Job DescriptionThe Hinkley Point C Project is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe. During the business construction phase over 5,600 people will work on the site.
The project marks the rebirth of the UK's nuclear industry and will present invaluable opportunities for Somerset, the South West and wider UK.
We are currently looking for Project Document Controllers. The role will provide document control support services across the HPC Project and will be based in Bristol, 5 minutes from Temple Meads.
Main duties and responsibilities will include:
Provide a professional, accurate and reliable document control support to a Project Manager and Team
Assist a Project Manager and Team in the migration of their data from the network drives into the designated electronic document management system (EDRMS).
Provide a Project Manager and Team with guidance on how to use the designated EDRMS
To provide and maintain an organised electronic NNB filing system consistent with NNB Management Arrangements, so that information is readily available and easily accessible
Ensure a Project Manager and Team operates within the NNB document control system
Expedite reviews, comments and responses of documentation and correspondence from NNB, AE, Contractors and third parties to support the achievement of the project timeline
Plan and prioritise own work to meet deadlines
Qualifications and experience
Have an excellent understanding of the functions of Electronic Document and Record Management Systems
Broad understanding of document management methodologies and tools within an enterprise environment
High level of competence in the use of Microsoft Office suite and other IT systems
Be proficient in basic office skills i.e. use of photocopier, scanner, printers etc.
No formal qualifications are required as long as there is an ability to demonstrate a good standard of general education
Good housekeeping, organisational skills (Flexible/organised/methodical)
Ability to demonstrate good record keeping
At least 3 years Document Control experience on major projects within an engineering environment.
Ability to work independently and be pro active
Ability to take responsibility for own work
Ability to manage own time
Ability to follow through and complete activities
Ability to adapt to new and changing systems
This position will be based at the Delivery Command Centre in Bristol working on the HPC project.
We are looking for contractors who will join and make a long term impact on the project. For more information please contact James Perry at Rullion on 0203 201 1209.
Applications close Tuesday 15th May 2018. If you have not had a reply within 7 days your application has been unsuccessful. Read More
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