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Position: Archives & Records Professional
Working Title: Imaging Unit Supervisor
Vacancy Number: 60083388
Salary Grade Equivalent: 71
Competency Level: A
Salary Range: $29438 - $62707
Hiring Range: $29438 - $43580
Department: Cultural Resources
Division: CR CDS A&H HIS RES A&R ST AR COLL
Type of Appointment: Perm Full-Time
Posting Date: 02/02/2010
Closing Date: 02/18/2010
Number of Positions: 1
Description of Work
This is a re-posting. All previous applicants are still being
considered and need not re-apply. This banded position is at the
Advanced Level (pending official classification approval). Imaging
Unit Supervisor in Collections Management Branch oversees all
processing, duplication, quality control testing of microfilm, source
document and preservation imaging of records to archival standards.
Oversees intellectual control of all permanent microfilm collections,
including accessioning, maintenance of tracking databases, and
physical control of security vaults and their environmental conditions.
Serves as agency's chief consultant on technical matters related to
micrographics and conversion of digital images to microfilm. Oversees
and maintains equipment used for preservation and source document
imaging and the conversion of digital images to microfilm. Consults on
records retention issues involving imaging of public records.
Position serves as member of section's disaster response team and is
primary responder for after- hours emergencies involving the security
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Requires thorough knowledge of micrographic processes, including
duplication, processing, creation, chemistry, and quality assurance.
Knowledge of records and information management principles as they
relate to imaging and digital reformatting, preservation and
conservation, application and use of micrographics and imaging systems.
Ability to evaluate and prioritize projects and ensure their
completion by others. Ability to perform all aspects of human
resources management required as a supervisor. Thorough knowledge of
the public records laws of North Carolina. Ability to cooperate and
communicate with members of the staff, state and local officials, and
vendors. Ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form.
Ability to use database software packages for tracking orders, reports,
and to maintain intellectual control of holdings. Strong attention to
detail and accuracy required for all processes and procedures carried
out by unit.
Training and Experience Requirements
Bachelors degree in history, public history, public administration, or
a related social science & one year experience in archival or records
management experience; or an equivalent combination of training and
experience. "Management prefers a master's degree in history, public
history, public administration, library science, or a related social
science discipline." Degrees must be from appropriately accredited
How to Apply:
To obtain an application form and continuation sheets, access
via the Internet.
Submit a PD-107 State Application Form by U.S. Postal Service, regular mail, to:
4603 Mail Service Center,
Raleigh, NC 27699-4603
for each vacancy for which you want to apply.
Applications can be hand delivered or delivered by UPS, Fed EX, or any other means, to:
109 E. Jones St.
Raleigh, NC. 27601.
Faxed applications not accepted. All applications must be physically received by the Cultural Resources Human Resources Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on the closing date, regardless of post marks. Resumes not accepted in lieu of applications. Complete work history must be listed on application to get credit for the work experience. Contact 919-807-7373 if you have any questions.
<*> ++++++++++++++ Laura L. B. Hensey ++++++++++++++ <*>
Supervisor, State Agency Services phone: (919) 807-7361
NC Division of Historical Resources fax: (919) 733-3627
Mailing address: 4615 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-4615
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