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RECORDS MANAGER


The City of Boulder, Colorado (population 96,727) is seeking a records
manager for its police department (173 commissioned and 106
non-commissioned personnel).  Required qualifications: bachelor's
degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or related field;
demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills; ability to collect,
integrate and use statistical data and information; effective
communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills; ability to
work independently with minimal supervision; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships at all levels of the organization;
minimum of three years supervisory or management experience.  Desired
qualifications include: knowledge of government functions and issues;
experience with a public records keeping agency; knowledge of
principles, methods, and procedures of records and information
management; knowledge of contemporary criminal justice systems;
strong organization and project planning skills; initiative and ability to
work as a team player; knowledge of large and small computer systems;
experience with microcomputers; familiarity with database and
spreadsheet software.

Finalists will be subject to a thorough background investigation.  Salary
range is $52,699 to $70,642 plus excellent fringe benefits.

Send resumes to Mark R. Beckner, Chief of Police, Boulder Police
Department, 1805 33rd Street, Boulder, Colorado 80301.  Applications
will be accepted through Friday, February 16, 2001.