- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university;
- Expert knowledge of and skills in applying analytical and evaluative method and techniques to assess the records and knowledge needs of the Board now and in the future in order to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of various Record Management, Knowledge Management and change management processes;
- Maintains a broad knowledge of state-of-the-art technology, particularly advances in records and knowledge systems, as well as, expert knowledge of the training, readiness, and mission, technology, instructional processes, and organizational relationships in order to develop and manage the agency’s record management program;
- Expert management, administrative, and communications skills in order to function as a change agent within the organization;
- Expert knowledge of records management and knowledge management concepts, processes, tools, foundation technologies, methodologies, visual communication techniques, Internet/Intranet publishing enterprise, and best practices in order streamline the Board’s record management process;
- Knowledge of record keeping issues associated with the creation, maintenance, and use, and the position of electronic records in order to provide input to and develop program plans and policies for knowledge- management application of shared corporate information resources, including data warehousing, storage, and retrieval;
- Skill to negotiate effectively with management to accept and implement recommendations where the proposals may require extensive changes to established procedures and/or may be in conflict with the desires of the area in question. Excellent verbal and written skills required in order to write documents and make presentations at all levels of audiences.
- Ability to understand and apply the applicable laws, regulations, including, the FOlA (5 USC 552) and its legislative history, the Privacy Act (5 USC 552a), Executive Orders, National Security Council directives, court decision in Records Management and Privacy Act lawsuits and policies enunciated by policy level official in the U.S. Government. Other guidelines consist of the U.S. Code, Code of Federal Regulations, and other guidance provided by oversight agencies such as the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA), the Office of Management and Budget, the General Accounting Office, the General Services Administration the National Institute of Standards and Technology, other Federal agencies, and policies and regulation. Guidelines are sometimes generally stated, may provide ambiguous guidance which often requires judgment and are not always directly applicable to problems encountered; and
- Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, independent judgment and discretion in interpreting, applying and adapting guidelines while providing direction to the Board;
- Proficient in spoken and written English;
- Organizational ability, meticulous accuracy, and attention to detail;
- Skilled use of the Internet and personal computers; and
- Experience with word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and layout software (e.g., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat).Experience supervising or performing copyright clearance workflow
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