The Office of the University Registrar is an office focused on providing the highest levels of student, faculty, and staff service and maintaining the highest level of academic records integrity and security. The department is currently seeking a qualified Records Manager. This position has primary responsibility for all aspects of the Office of the University Registrar's student academic records retention function including maintenance and review of records retention schedules, administration of the office's electronic document management system, storage and access to off-site records, and review of disaster recovery policies. This position requires knowledge of the best practices in the field of archived and digitalized records as well as norms and trends. In addition, this position also provides functional support for Curriculum Management Systems administered by the University Registrar's Office.
Hiring Range: $26,988.00 - $43,212.00
Education Required: Baccalaureate
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 2-3 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: Bachelor's Degree is required. A master's degree in Library and Information Science or a related field is preferred. Fields of study include but are not limited to archives and information science, information technology, references and services, and digital libraries. Knowledge of principles and practices of records management functions are preferred. Strong computer skills are a must.
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