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UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA RECORDS OFFICER
The University of Virginia is seeking a professional Records Officer. This is a unique opportunity to create, implement and manage a comprehensive, University-wide program addressing appropriate retention and disposition of physical and digital records for both legal and business purposes. The program will include support of unit level records coordinators, and development and delivery of educational programs. The Records Officer will report to the Director of Security and Policy in the VP/CIO's office and will work in collaboration with academic, administrative, Medical Center, and other departments throughout the University in the planning and implementation of the program.
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Establish the University of Virginia's Records Management Office, including resource and budgetary requirements.
Assess the University records storage and secure destruction needs; develop and implement a plan to address them.
Assess appropriate use of electronic records management and current secure storage/destruction processes and begin implementation of appropriate e-storage programs.
Develop a comprehensive plan for University records management for both hard copy and electronic data.
Develop a University-specific records schedule approved by the Library of Virginia.
Represent the University to the Library of Virginia Records Management staff.
Interact with University departments to communicate responsibilities and educational opportunities.
Requires an advanced degree in a relevant field (MLS/MLIS/MIS, MPA or J.D.), coursework in records management or Certified Records Manager (CRM), and professional experience in records management.
Prior experience planning, building and implementing programs to effectively manage electronically stored information strongly preferred.
Strong analytical, conceptual thinking, organizational and prioritization skills required.
Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication; ability to lead via influence and work with all academic levels, including administrators, faculty, staff and students required.
Experience in a university setting or an agency working under the Virginia Public Records Act is strongly preferred.
Experience that demonstrates superior leadership, knowledge and understanding of physical and electronic records theory and standards; relevant statutes and administrative rules; and technologies that enable effective records management required.
To apply, visit https://jobs.virginia.edu and search on Position Number FP 670; complete a Candidate Profile, and attach a cover letter, CV and contact information for three references.
The University of Virginia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Please contact Debbie Mincarelli at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> or 434-924-6957 with questions.
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