Apply now for an exciting opportunity in records management at the University of California Office of the President (UCOP), based in Oakland.
The Records Analyst 3 serves as the team lead in the small UCOP Records Management group, and reports to the Records Manager. Key responsibilities include maintaining the UCOP permanent and historic archive, assisting departments with determining and implementing appropriate records management practices, and providing various records management services for UCOP departments. The Records Analyst also provides records management support for the ten-campus UC system, helping to design and implement universitywide records managements projects. The Records Analyst is expected to use professional expertise to analyze and resolve complex records management issues in accordance with University of California policies and procedures.
The University of California offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.
To learn more and apply: https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=60121
Search requisition # 20170014
Sr. Records Analyst-click here to apply
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comprehensive master plan for The Irvine Ranch® drafted in the early 1960s. We plan and bring to life
balanced, sustainable communities with a full range of housing, job and retail centers, schools, recreation,
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design, and construction that will last for generations, and assure an unparalleled quality of life for those
who live and work here.
Key member of the Records and Information Management (RIM) team supporting Records
Managements on-going operations and assisting in the designing and implementing of Records
Management initiatives across all divisions of the company.
Position reports to the Manager, Records Management and collaborates with Information Technology,
Legal Affairs, Internal Audit, Risk Management and other groups as needed.
Job Duties - Essential Functions
Work to ensure successful completion of projects and to achieve established goals and
Work with RIM team and IT to analyze, recommend and implement strategies to apply
records management policy to electronic systems and databases
Prepare and conduct presentations to train and assist records coordinators and employees
in the principles of records management
Assist with the management of inactive records including indexing/storage/retrieval
Lead RIM with the disposition of records that have met retention periods according to
records retention schedule
Apply legal & audit holds to company records
Prepare status reports on current projects
Support RIM team with daily operations
Minimum Qualifications - Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree required
Minimum of five years of records and information management experience that includes
full life-cycle records management
Experience applying records management principles to hard copy and electronic records
Experience implementing and maintaining records retention schedules
Ability to provide a high level of service and interface with all levels of management,
clients, co-workers and other team members
Interfaces with internal management and legal affairs staff
Familiarity with Accutrac or other records management software
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to routinely work with, lift and move file boxes weighing up to 40 pounds
Skilled with using MS Office Suite and Google applications
Experience with records management software applications
Experience with off-site records storage vendors
Experience training users and records staff on RIM principles
Experience with ECM systems or other unstructured electronic records databases
Project management experience