Archives and Records Professional
North Carolina Office of State Personnel - Wake County, NC

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Position reports to Government Records Section, State Agency and University Records Unit. Provides records management services; surveys records systems; consults on creation, maintenance, and disposition of information in all formats and media, including electronic records; provides advice on public records concerns, imaging technologies, filing and storage systems, and disaster recovery; conducts records management workshops for state agencies; and drafts and amends retention and disposition schedules. Position collaborates with section staff to identify and develop appropriate practices and standards of records management; requires extensive contact with agency officials; requires collaboration with State Agency & Electronic Records Archivists to identify methods for preserving archival state agency records. Acts as liaison with State Records Center on storage & retrieval needs. Occasional Saturday work is required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:

Considerable knowledge of records management techniques and practices, and organization of state government. Considerable knowledge of technology, equipment, and materials used in creation and maintenance of records. Knowledge of archival techniques and practices. Ability to analyze records systems and recommend changes and improvements. Ability to express oneself clearly and effectively in oral and written form. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials. Ability to use personal computers and word processing and allied software such as used for spreadsheets and database management and familiarity with online resources. Ability to evaluate and analyze electronic records and to apply records management principles to modern records systems. Ability to lift records storage cartons weighing as much as 40-50 pounds. Valid NC driver’s license required.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in history, public history, public administration, or a related social science discipline and one year of archival or records management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.

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