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Naya HR Services

Posted on July 11, 2018

1 - 3 years Other - Qatar

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Job Description :
We are looking for an experienced Document Controller in Qatar.
Job Details:
• nbspProcess Document Change Requests by incorporating redlines into thenbsp nbspnbspspecified document.
• nbspAssists engineering in providing clear and accurate documentation.nbsp
• nbspCreate processnbspdocumentation, workflows and self-service guidance for ITnbsp nbspServices and Operations areas.
• nbspInterpret business requirement for staff by meeting end users, observingnbsp nbspnbspprocesses in action and meet key stakeholders of projects.
• nbspUse lean methods for process improvement while assuring quality innbsp nbspnbspproduction and organizational processes.nbsp
• nbspLeading process related workshops in Chennai in sync with the Dubainbsp nbspBusiness Improvement team requirements that involve eliciting processnbsp nbspnbsprequirements and liaising with users.nbsp
Job Requirements:
• Have Driving licence.
• nbspKnowledge of QP Policies & Procedures.
• nbspMesaieed Industrial city experience.
• Good Communication skills.



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