The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development, Division of Libraries, Archives & Museums, Alaska State Archives is recruiting for a Records Analyst III position in Juneau.
This position serves as the State Records Manager and directs the Records & Information Management Service for Alaska. The incumbent provides leadership to the State Archivist and to top executive staff of all state departments regarding the orderly creation, administration, and disposition of state records (including digital). The position also recommends and/or decides strategies for the effective maintenance and description of state records in accordance with the AS 40.21, Management & Preservation of Public Records Act. This position authors records retention schedules.
This position provides professional records management consulting services to agencies that have complex information management challenges that may pertain to: email and other electronic records; confidentiality/security of records; essential records; storage of documents; and legal requirements for retention, destruction and discovery of documents. The position is the principal trainer for state employees that are responsible for managing agency records. The incumbent should have experience creating or administering electronic information systems.
Our ideal applicant will possess some or all of the following skills and experience (Please document your level and years of experience, citing specific examples, in your cover letter. Number each answer - if you do not have experience in a particular area, simply say so.):
Education and/or experience at the journey level in records analysis and management work
Experience supervising others whose responsibilities included developing records retention schedules
Experience drafting records retention schedules
Experience creating or administering electronic information systems
Experience overseeing the destruction of records
Experience providing records and information management consultation to large agencies
Experience training staff in records management principles
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any subject major;
Two years of professional records analysis and management work experience of which at least one year was at the journey level. The journey level experience includes work such as Records Analyst II with the State of Alaska or the equivalent with another employer.
Graduate education from an accredited college or university in business administration, general management, public administration, information and records management, computer science, legal studies, or a closely related field will substitute for up to one year of the required professional experience (2 semester hours/3 quarter hours equal one month). Graduate education will not substitute for the journey level experience requirement.
A current certification as a Certified Records Manager in good standing from the Institute of Certified Records Managers will substitute for the two years of required experience.
To view the complete description and to apply, search for "Records Analyst" in the Keywords Search of the Workplace Alaska site.
Source: ARCAN Listserv