25 Sep Document Controller
The Document Controller is responsible for the information flow between all internal and external parties, in accordance with the requirements of the project contract and work instructions.
This role is reporting to the Project Director.
Develop and write Document Control work instructions and procedures.
Create and maintain correspondence register with each stakeholder.
Supervise the day-to-day activities in Document Control.
Resolve system issues/discrepancies and actively chase individuals to resolve problems.
Liaise with the project team, project management and site construction team daily.
Support the client and external vendors.
Prepare and develop the project MDR.
Set-up document workflows and approvals.
Communication and training to internal disciplines to understand the project documentation requirements.
Develop and maintain a counter claim register for each counter party under the guidelines of the Project Director, Project Control Director, and Contract Senior expert.
Produce regular status reports for the project team including KPIs for answer delay.
Work closely with the wider project teams to support project documentation requirements.
High school diploma
5+ years relevant experience in an EPC environment.
Extensive working knowledge of all Microsoft Office products,
A working knowledge of Aconex would be desirable.
Able to respond with urgency to solve problems as they emerge, Able to work under high pressure.
Solid experience in a similar role, ideally in the context of Chemistry or Oil & Gas, Process Engineering and/or Construction
Solid network with the respective authorities and notified bodies is mandatory.
Effective communication and coordination with the wider project team
Perfect German and English language skills are required.
Livista Energy Europe S.A. is a company developing a series of projects for lithium chemical refining plants in Europe, securing energy independence for the region at a time when Europe is almost entirely dependent upon Asia for these critical raw materials for the batteries of the Electrical Vehicles (EV).
Participating in the development and growth of Livista Energy represents a contribution to a better environment by supporting the energy transition and maximising the circular economy by processing materials sourced from recycled batteries.
The first plant is planned to be built in Europe, starting construction in 2024 and production in 2026 and the second one will start 6 months after.
We will launch the FEED (Front End Engineering Design) in the coming months and then we will deploy a Project management team in our contractor’s office in Western Europe.
Our head office in Luxembourg is launching recruitment of key personnel in Europe to prepare our deployment.
You live for a challenging start-up culture and want to be part of a unique project making history in energy transition.