Sr. Records Management Specialist
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
BarnAllen has an immediate need for Sr. Records Management Specialist for its project located in Washington, DC. The overall duties of this position are to provide subject matter expertise in the area of records and information management and all phases of the records and information management life cycle. While serving in a lead capacity, this position may require performing additional records information management functions to include planning, controlling, directing, organizing, training, promoting, and other activities involved with respect to records creation, records maintenance and use, and disposition in order to achieve adequate and proper documentation of the policies and transactions of the Federal Government and effective and economical management of agency operations.
Skills and Abilities Required:
Specific duties will include: (1) Leading efforts in advising and initiating the analysis and development of deployment and support of paper to electronic management initiatives; (2) Establishing and assessing practices to ensure they support the principles of transparency and information sharing throughout the organization, agency and Government; (3)Collaborating with the Agency’s Records Officer, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), legal and other agency staff on matters relating to Records and Information Management as well projects that have an agency-wide impact; (4) Providing advice and guidance to the Agency while working with the Agency’s Records Officer (ARO), Chief Information Officer (CIO) and/or Information Technology (IT) office on electronic recordkeeping requirements, records management applications, as well as the technology challenges of accessing and maintaining records over time; (5) Providing policy and governance on the use of records management tools to ensure best practices and agency compliance with Federal statutes; (6) Developing metrics for the organization's Records and Information Management (RIM) program and ensuring sound information governance and accountability measures are in place; (7) Developing and conducting periodic RIM quality control reviews, compliance audits, risk assessments and surveys to measure the effectiveness of electronic systems and for general program improvement purposes; (8) Coordinating the proper disposition of records consistent with Government wide policies and procedures; (9) Developing and implementing agency or organization specific RIM processes; (10) Formulating records and information management policy for the organization and developing plans for policy implementation; (11) Proposes the creation, or coordination of records management training for agency staff; (12) Analyzing RIM business processes and providing recommendations to improve workflow and create efficiencies by making use of automated tools, systems and technology; (13) Performs the review and analysis of records schedules and disposition schedules, and continuously provides updates to conform with constant changes in federal regulations or NARA guidelines. (14) Recommends, prepares, and updates records management related policies, procedures, handbooks and related documents for publication on website by ensuring they are fully edited, vetted, and Section 508 compliant. (15) Actively participates in and coordinates records management related Assists in training and advising agency staff on records management policies, procedures, processes, technology, issues, trends and developments.
Minimum Education and Experience Required:
The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Records Management or Information Management or equivalent; 4+ years professional records management experience and a Secret security clearance level.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018