LOCATION Posted: Oct 26, 2005
Washington, DC, United States
Policy Development, System Administration and Coordination of all
activities involved in management of a comprehensive corporate records
management and retention program
Essential Job Functions include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Primary responsibility for the efficacy and quality of records program for
NASD including insuring compliance with SEC requirements.
Facilitate and provide recommendations to Corporate Records Policy Steering
Develop requirements, participate in product review and selection, and
develop and execute implementation plan for a corporate records management
application to all business units.
Integration and coordination of records program with technology development
and operations, information security management and other records related
Oversee daily operations to provide services and support to business units:
Liaison to business units for development and maintenance of records
Coordination with Legal Department and Records Committee for review and
approval of records/retention plans.
Development and administration of standard operating procedures governing
classification, storage and destruction of records.
Oversee documentation in support of all records life cycle data.
Develop recommendations for handling storage media.
Training business units in records responsibilities.
Managing costs associated with storage/retrieval.
Management of Central files Function.
Minimum of five years demonstrated management/policy level experience
implementing and/or managing corporate records programs. Demonstrated
experience in planning and implementation of automated corporate records
management systems. Certified Records Manager designation preferred.
Related degree or equivalent work experience. Excellent written
Normal office conditions.
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