Salary Range $3,650 - $3,850
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- Performs complex research and consultative work in records and information management. Work involves assisting with or advising and instructing state and local Texas government officials on all records and information management issues. Works under general supervision with moderate latitude for initiative and independent judgment
- Assist with or advises and guides Texas government officials on information management issues, state records laws and rules, and the development of compliant information management practices.
- Assist with developing and conducting new and existing instructional programs and presentations to promote sound government information management practices.
- Coordinates state and local government actions to comply with Texas State records management laws and rules, to include guiding the establishment of programmatic policies and appraising records retention schedules.
- Researches, analyzes, and evaluates new and existing state or federal legislation, state, federal or judicial administrative rules and guidelines, industry standards and regulations, advances in information management technologies, and issues of strategic importance to determine impacts on information management programs.
- Recommends revisions to and assist with editing administrative rules and guidance for improvement of information management programs, as applicable.
- Participates in special projects; projects can be internal (agency or division), or with federal, state, and local governments and/or legislative committees.
- Perform related work as assigned.
- Attend work regularly in accordance with agency leave and attendance policies.
- Comply with all applicable agency policies and procedures.
- Highschool diploma or GED
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college or university. Four years of full-time relevant experience in at least three of the twelve specific areas of knowledge and expertise listed below may be substituted for education on a year for year basis.
- One year of full-time work experience in at least three of the twelve specific areas of knowledge and expertise listed below
- Six months experience delivering face-to-face or web based training modules
- Work experience using standard desktop software, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- Areas of knowledge and expertise: develop or deliver records management training modules; electronic records management; records inventory and appraisal; retention schedule development; development or implementation of records management policies and procedures; imaging applications; design and implementation of filing systems; reports management; archival appraisal; information security; business continuity; or records center management.
- Demonstrated ability to speak and write using well-organized and grammatically correct English
- Demonstrated ability to communicate and work effectively with government officials
- Ability to work and collaborate with other colleagues or team members in a professional manner
- Ability to maintain work-related standards under general supervision with moderate latitude for initiative and independent judgment
- Ability to research, analyze, and evaluate data and information to formulate conclusions and communicate guidance verbally or in writing
- Demonstrated ability to develop or deliver training and present information to groups
- Ability to apply standardized information management strategies and procedures to unusual and/or critical situations
- Bachelor’s or Master's degree in information science, public or business administration, history, or government
- Professional certification in field of information and records management, such as CRM, CA, IGP or ERm
- Experience in assisting with or conducting records inventories and developing retention schedules
- Experience developing rules for ingesting, managing, or dispositioning electronic record
- Full-time work experience with records management programs
- Knowledge of federal and Texas statutes, Attorney General opinions, and regulations affecting records management