The Enterprise Records Officer provides leadership in the effective management of state government records and documents. This position plays a key role in analyzing state agencies records management programs, interpreting and developing records management policies and providing records management training across the state enterprise. The Enterprise Records Officer works with a professional records management team at the State Record Center and serves as the DOA Records Officer.
The Enterprise Records Officer will look for opportunities to test and analyze new, more efficient methods for records management and implementation of new technologies to improve records management procedures, with the goal of sharing the successful initiatives with other state agencies. This position will also audit the records management programs of state agencies to assist them in finding more efficient records management tools and improved compliance with state laws.
This position will develop model training tools that agencies can use to train employees, Records Coordinators and Records Officers on records management practices, policies and procedures. The Enterprise Records Officer provides regular communications to help update Records Officers across state agencies and coordinates records management conferences and workshops. This position is needed to fulfill specific statutory requirements, Public Records Board expectations and to ensure that state records are being maintained for their full life cycles. To view the complete position description, please click here.
Due to the nature of the position, DOA will conduct background checks on applicants prior to selection. DOA does not sponsor work visas. All persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States, and to complete the required employment eligibility form.
Qualified applicants will have experience administering a records management program (e.g. maintaining records in all formats through their lifecycle, developing retention schedules and implementing appropriate destruction or transfer of records), developing and providing training and technical assistance, and policy development/implementation (e.g. providing input on policy recommendations to individuals or organizations, implementing policies and procedures for an organization, interpreting policies and procedures to advise managers, or similar).
In addition, well-qualified applicants will have experience auditing programs (e.g. reviewing programs for compliance with state laws and policies) and experience in conference and event planning.
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