The Records Management Analyst participates or leads in records management projects, working collaboratively with other Board divisions and the Reserve Banks. The ideal applicant will assume a lead role or participates in one or more of the functional areas of the program, including but not limited to policy development, records management consulting services and archival services. Records management consulting services include evaluations, training, and records disposition. Archival services include paper and electronic records preservation and providing access to records through reference services. The policy function develops records management policies, guidance, procedures, and training programs. Performs complex analytical work in support of the Board’s records management program.
Applicants must have extensive knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of federal records management, information management, and project management and the ability to apply this knowledge creatively to a variety of considerations and business needs. Requires technical, analytical, and organizational skills in order to contribute to complex processes, such as evaluating records management practices in Board divisions and offices, categorizing and processing complex Board records, and responding to complex reference requests. The position requires specialized knowledge of electronic record keeping and experience in managing or participating in projects. Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills, commitment to collaboration, and current knowledge of information technology innovations in recordkeeping practices. Must have strong organizational, management, and planning abilities.
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Shift: Day Job
Years of Experience Required: 2
Education Required: Bachelor’s or Equivalent Exp.
TO APPLY: Go here – https://www.federalreserve.
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