Administration

Business Systems Controller

Full Time

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Contract Scotland has an immediate opportunity for an experienced Document Controller to join our client, a professional and established construction business based in Motherwell.

This is a full-time, permanent role offering a competitive salary and the chance to join an inclusive and employee-focused business. This is a busy and varied role where you will report to the Scottish Regional Manager.

Although the role is based in Motherwell you will be required to travel to sites throughout Scotland.

Your duties will include the following:

Working closely with our key functional departments including pre-construction, operations, and commercial across Scotland
Managing the storage, distribution and filing of all company and project documents in both paper and multiple online systems
Providing critical technical support to internal and external project teams in creation, development, modification and management of project documents and records • Updating and maintaining relevant business systems
Ensuring all agreed deadlines are achieved across all areas
You will be – A firm administrator and natural organiser with excellent document control knowledge and experience.

You will ideally have – Experience in Viewpoint (4Projects) however experience of other EDMS will be considered.

You will be – A confident communicator who can work with people at all business levels.

A driving licence is essential for this role.

If you are ready for a new challenge and would love the opportunity to work for an established employee focussed business, please apply by submitting your CV.

Legal Information:

Contract Scotland acts as an employment agency for permanent work and acts as an employment business for temporary work.

Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

At Contract Scotland, we value diversity and promote equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all areas of society and can discuss any reasonable adjustments to support your application