As a Document Controller at Deriv, you will be responsible for managing the lifecycle of company documents, from creation to storage and eventual disposal. This is a critical role that is essential for maintaining compliance, minimising risk, and ensuring efficient operations. If you’re highly organised, detail-oriented, and reliable, and if you enjoy bringing order to all documentation, we’d love to hear from you.
Main tasks and responsibilitiesDocument management: Create and maintain a document management system that ensures all company documents are properly organised, tracked, and stored securely. This includes tracking revisions, updating documentation, and ensuring that documents are easily accessible when needed. Document control: Control access to company documents, ensuring that only authorised personnel can view and edit them. Enforce document control policies and procedures, ensuring that all documents are properly managed and protected.Record keeping: Maintain accurate records of all company documents, including versions, revisions, and approvals. Ensure that all documents are up-to-date and easily accessible.Compliance: Ensure that all company documents comply with relevant laws and regulations, as well as any internal policies and procedures.Communication: Be the point of contact for all document-related inquiries and communicate with employees, customers, and external stakeholders regarding document management and control.
Educational and skill requirementsStrong organisational skills and attention to detail Knowledge of document management systems and softwareKnowledge of relevant laws and regulationsAbility to work independently and as part of a teamAbility to prioritise tasks and manage time effectivelyExcellent spoken and written English communication skills
Job benefitsAnnual performance bonusCasual dress codeHealth benefitsMarket-based salary Ample team-building and bonding activitiesGreat overseas travel opportunitiesTravel and internet allowancesA chance to work with top talent from across the globe (70+ nationalities)