Support a downtown Washington DC Federal government agency’s records management program by organizing, planning, directing, and/or performing information management initiatives. Projects may include conducting surveys, inventories or focus groups; creating, updating, revising, and maintaining the disposition schedules; refining, maintaining, and performing system administration functions tor the electronic records management (ERM) system and/or conducting activities in support of the next evolution of the ERM system. Must understand the unique challenges of ERM and track, evaluate, and review emerging trends for their value to the agency’s information management program. Duties may also involve the organization, management, and retention of directives, forms, legislative histories, and many other specialized collections within the agency; managing multiple databases used to track agency’s information collections; maintaining and updating the RM Standard Operating Procedures, conducting RM training and briefings, vital records and disaster recovery, and other information management functions.
Education and Experience:
A master’s degree in library or information science or an equivalent degree from a college or university accredited by the American Library Association or a comparable international accrediting organization OR at least 5 years of records management experience and at least one relevant records management certification is mandatory. A current title of Certified Records Manager from the Institute of Certified Records Managers is preferred.
Must have a working knowledge of electronic records management.