About the Client: Our client is one of London’s largest privately owned property development and management groups overseeing residential, hospitality, mixed-use, and commercial projects across London, the Home Counties, and the Midlands.

They have over a £4 billion portfolio of over 7,520 homes and 325,236 square feet of commercial developments under construction.

 

About the role: My client is looking for a Document Controller to assist the Design Coordinator to liaise with the design and construction teams on the below procedures on one of our sites in Birmingham. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to enter the construction industry with a focus on design

About the Responsibilities:

  • Administer the Drawn / Drawing / Reports / Tracker information on the Document Management System and I Drive.
  • Assisting in preparation of site instructions / RFI / Technical Submission trackers and recording of these issues. Assist in Issuing Buying and Procurement with information packages for quantifying/tendering / purchasing of equipment for site.
  • Provide admin support for the site staff including purchasing stationery and printing materials, printing & distribution of reports, minutes, and file notes. Ensuring RAMS and Risk evaluations have been done by the Design Team and are filed.
  • Report to the Head of Design Coordination any risks; slippages in the issuing of information against programme; lack of coordination on the drawing and specification received from the design team and D&B subcontractors
  • Assist in the liaising with M&E Design Coordinator to ensure coordination of M&E information and distribution of the information on site.
  • Assist in the Issue of information drawings and packages Subcontractor and consultants with the Assist in maintaining an issue register for all information distributed by Design Coordinator.

 

About the requirements:

The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • Good communicator and excellent customer facing skills – verbal and written.
  • Able to work autonomously.
  • Flexible to meet the demands of the role.
  • Mental and intellectual toughness to confront and solve problems, often through others as well as by themselves.
  • Politically astute to know when to flag issues and escalate situations.
  • Self-confident enough to stand their ground when appropriate.
  • Accountability to accept when progress is not going as expected and to make personal changes to ensure corrective action.
  • Professional honesty and integrity in dealing with colleagues, suppliers, and customers.

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