For our activities in ESTEC, we are currently looking for a Documentalist.
The successful candidate will concentrate his/her activities on the following tasks:
Gathering of deliverable documents from the Project Industrial Consortium, Principal Investigators, Technical Officers and in-house experts.
Document registration, distribution and archiving, as well as provision of reproduction services as needed.
Handling confidential and export controlled information (e.g. ITAR) and access rights of users with respect to these deliverables.
Provide assistance in documentation handling to the Project Scientific Institutes / Principal Scientists Teams and supporting users in retrieving documents from sources like Eclipse, FTPs…
Build up and maintenance of the Project document registration/filing system, acting as a point of contact for all the Project interfaces for documentation/administrative tools.
Create all reviews platforms in a specific tool as Eclipse (e.g. PDRs, CDRs…).
Coordinate the setup of various internal and external file exchanging platforms (e.g. FTP).
Support to enhancements of the document management system and concepts, and of future improvements.
Provision of support to the Project Control and Product Assurance Sections in the processing of RfDs, RfWs, DCRs, DCNs, CCNs, keeping track of them and providing overviews.
Provision of various logistic and administrative support to the Project.
Preparation of memo’s and letters in support to the Project.
Additionally, the ideal candidate will perform the following tasks:
Regular review of the status of documents in the different archives and where appropriate register this information in the DMS database.
Document registration, distribution and archiving, as well as provision of reproduction services.
Process configuration controlled document changes and of official papers relevant to the activities of the unit.
Supporting users for retrieving documents from local DMS, DMS’s from external partners and/or industry, out of paper archives, other sources like ESTEC library, scanned documents on CD-ROM or via Internet, etc.
Provision of paper copies of electronic documents on request, creation of electronic versions of documents.
Management of original files.
Related support to project reviews.
Support to enhancements of the document management concepts and of future improvements.
The successful candidate will bring a University degree (Bachelor) from a recognised Institution of secondary studies or equivalent qualification in Business Administration (or Communications as relevant), and minimum 4 years of experience in the tasks similar to the ones described above.
Additionally, applicants should have:
Deep knowledge and demonstrated sound experience with a documentation management system, the setup of project reviews and the setup of the documentation exchange system between multiple entities (ESA, industry, scientific institutions…)
Experience in all the implementative phases of a mission, composed by multiple international interfaces; such experience in a scientific mission is a definite asset.
Experience in the administration and documentation management matters for launch campaign, previous participation in at least one launch campaign is an asset.
The candidate shall have the clearance to handle export controlled documentation (e.g. ITAR) and have sound experience in handling c0nfidential and export controlled documentation;
The candidate shall have also experience in the support of the logistics and administration of a Space Project.
Proficiency in MS Office packages.
The candidate shall be highly organised, with attention to details and be able to efficiently work under pressure and stringent schedule.
The candidate shall demonstrate excellent communication skills, have distinctive customer focus and be a strong team player.
General interest in and good understanding of technical, programmatic and policy issues of ESA Scientific programmes.
Experience as user of SAP and in particular ECC and SRM modules and familiarity with relevant ESA corporate applications e.g. ESA-p) is an asset.
Proficiency in the English, French and the Dutch languages is a mandatory requirement.
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