June 6, 2021
As a Document Controller you will have responsibility for the collation of as-built documentation and day-to-day management of documentation to be issued to customers, using an in-house document control system.
- Adhering to all company policies.
- Ensuring customer satisfaction through your interface, where appropriate.
- The successful delivery of all tasks allocated to you.
- Supporting the Projects Team and Engineers, as necessary.
- Creating and issuing supplier document lists
- Update and maintain the data book log
- Create manufacturing data books in line with customer required date as per data book log
- Compile raw traceability records into Manufacturing Record Books in accordance with project requirements
- Work directly with key stakeholders in order to respond to customer comments on as-built documentation and continually develop product knowledge to assist with such comments
- Responsible for ensuring the generation of Certificate of Conformities (CofC’s) using detailed packing lists and technical instructions
- Manage client data book reviews on final inspection including readiness checks
- Issuing of Documents as per Supplier Document List
- Monitoring all document deliverables using the Document Control in-house system
- Attend weekly project meeting and flag any overdue documents against SDL.
- Respond to customer emails and queries in a timely manner
- Interfacing with Project Managers, Quality and Engineering and any other areas of the business when required
- Attend Internal and External Kick-Off Meetings as and when required
- Following CRP’s business processes
- Responsible for meeting critical deadlines
- Provide administrative support to the Project Team
- Carry out such other duties as may be reasonably prescribed by the Company from time-to-time.
Knowledge, skills and abilities
- Highly organised with strong attention to detail.
- Effective communicator and able to build relationships with colleagues at all levels
- Work as part of a strong team
- Understand the need to follow CRP’s business processes, rules and policies.
- Working in a Document Control role
- Working within a project-based or administrative environment (ideally in a manufacturing industry)
- Working towards deadlines with a high level of attention to detail
- Out-of-hours working to accommodate time zone variations