Friday, June 1, 2012

Federal Reserve System seeks a Records Management Analyst

If you're a records manager who is comfortable working with paper and electronic records and lives or would like to live in the Washington, DC area, the Federal Reserve System may have a temporary position for you.
Position Description
The Records Management Analyst (Analyst) advises the FOMC Secretariat on arranging and keeping records in a manner that is consistent with sound recordkeeping practices and federal records management requirements.  In this capacity, the Analyst creates a blueprint for organizing and maintaining records generated by the FOMC that takes into account its practices and business needs. The analyst also helps implement these plans on a day-to-day basis.  The position requires the ability to work with both hardcopy and digital document collections producing file plans, thesauri, authority lists, indices and other finding aids. The Analyst works directly with all levels of staff in the division under the direction of the Section Chief and must have strong oral communication and writing skills. 

Position Requirements
Masters in Library and Information Science or equivalent degree preferred.
This is a temporary position (365+)
N.B.:  The deadline for applying responding to this announcement, which was posted on 31 May 2012, is 6 June 2012.

For application instructions, consult the job posting.  Additional information about salary, benefits, and related matters is available here.

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