We are seeking a highly organised and efficient Document Controller to work with our project teams in our established Glasgow studio.

Would you like to join an employee-owned, multi award- winning architecture practice that’s desire is to make spaces and places that improve lives?

We are a national practice but with strong regional connections where all studios work collaboratively as one which is fundamental to our success. Some of our recent accolades include:

  • 44 in the Sunday Times Top 100 Best Mid-Size Companies to work for 2021
  • AJ100 Employer of the Year 2020
  • Building Architectural Practice of the Year 2020

We are seeking a highly organised and efficient Document Controller to work with our project teams in our established Glasgow studio.

The role will involve coordinating with the different departments within the team and ensuring that documents are kept in the right location and are accessible to all internal services. This involves checking and approving documents before they are filed and liaising with internal and external agencies to ensure that documents contain correct and understandable information regards their categorisation.

As Document Controller, you will be required to develop and implement processes related to document control and management. You will work with a project team in order to implement systems of control and also manage the process of distribution of internal correspondence and ensure good relationships with clients.

You will exhibit the following skills:

  • Organisational skills and be familiar with effective filing.
  • The ability to monitor and evaluate systems and to look for improvements.
  • Good communication skills in order to co-ordinate the organisation’s different departments.
  • Be able to work to deadlines
  • Experience with Microsoft office is essential, specifically Word and Excel.

We offer a blended work model with a flexible approach to studio and remote working, along with a friendly studio environment, an award-winning lifestyle package, and a commitment to your personal development through the HLM Academy.

Diversity, inclusion and belonging (DIB) is at the core of our business. We advocate equal opportunities, creating an inclusive working environment for all. If you have a disability and would prefer to apply in a different mode please contact our HR team for assistance.

If you think this role could be for you, please apply below:-

Please reply with CV to careers@hlmarchitects.com

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