Records Manager Duties
This is responsible professional and administrative work in the
management, maintenance, and direction of institutional record
An employee allocated to this class of work applies scientific and
modern management techniques to the maintenance, retention,
preservation, and disposal of records and the maintenance and
retention of a comprehensive institutional record keeping system.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Directs, supervises, and manages an institutional records management
program to achieve sound management practices in the organization,
maintenance, and disposition of records.
Provides staff direction for the operation of a local records
holding area and insures that records are properly stored.
Reviews and evaluates microfilm projects.
Analyzes records to determine their administrative usage, fiscal or
historical value; develops and implements record policies and
Evaluates requests for filing equipment and supplies to provide for
economical and efficient procurement.
Devises methods to retain, protect, and identify records and insures
compliance with established records standards.
Performs related work as required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Completion of college level course work equivalent to a masters
degree with major course work in the field of library science and
management and considerable related work experience; or any
equivalent combination of training and experience.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of the standards, procedures, and regulations
published by the Secretary of State that apply to public records.
Considerable knowledge of scientific and modern management
Considerable knowledge of record keeping systems.
Ability to supervise and provide staff direction.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with fellow employees and the general public.
Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions.