SOC is recruiting for a Records Management Specialist for our Nevada location.
Establish and revise business unit Records Management policies and procedures. Inventory business unit agency records, appraise record value, conducts research to determine legal retention requirements for records series, develop and certifies agency records retention schedules, and develops records series in accordance with the requirements. Develop an inactive records system to transfer inactive records to off-site storage for protection and control of retrieval and final disposition
Maintain and update an active and inactive document control system. Establish a system by which active company procedures and forms will be created following company standards and revised on a regular basis.
Develop and implement the business unit’s procedures program with oversight and operational responsibility for program
Develop, schedule and implement Records Management training, education and awareness for company employees to carry-out their Records Management responsibilities.
Develop, implement and maintain a vital records program to ensure the company can reproduce necessary records to continue operating in case of a disaster. This includes preparation and maintenance of a Disaster Recovery Plan.
Knowledge in: complex procedures and records directory structure; advanced file management procedures and operations; CFR, DOE and SOC Records Management requirements.
Skills in technical writing and editing techniques and methods.
Ability to manage multiple tasks while maintaining strict attention to detail as well as confidentiality.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective interpersonal relationship with employees, external agencies and the general public.
Comprehensive-level computer skills that include all the Microsoft Office Suite of software, with advanced-level computer skills in MS Word and MS Access.
High school diploma or equivalent plus two (2) years related college-level coursework to include college-level English and records management equivalent relevant work experience. Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Records Management, IT or related field preferred.
Three (3) years’ experience in office supervision, inventory control, records retention, records disposition and scheduling, files management, forms creation/control, document control or vital records management required.
Certified Records Management professional certification preferred.
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License