Lead Records Management Specialist - Western Washington University invites creative and collaborative applicants for the position of Lead Records Management Specialist. This position coordinates the University’s records management functions, including the university's official retention schedules; provides training and expert consultation to staff at all levels of the institution regarding records management; oversees the University Records Center; and serves as Western's designated Records Officer (RCW 40.14.040). The position is located within the University Archives and Records Management unit of Western Libraries, Division of Heritage Resources. Salary: Typical starting salary is $51,432 to $55,524 annually, depending on qualifications and experience. The salary for this position is assigned to Range 53 of the salary schedule for represented employees under the Professional and Technical Employees (PTE) bargaining unit, with a full range of $51,432 to $69,264. Application deadline: application review begins 1 October 2021; open until filled. Link to full announcement: https://hr.wwu.edu/careers?job=498868
Archives and Records Management Coordinator III - City of Portland, City Auditor’s Office, Archives and Records Management division ~ We are looking for an archivist who is capable of managing an extensive and dynamic archival collection, who is passionate about helping people find the information they seek, committed to developing and maintaining positive relationships with colleagues and the community, and who values equitable and transparent access to public records. The best candidates are grounded in the theories and practices of archives yet look for innovative solutions, and who foster an inclusive, respectful, and culturally responsive workplace through leadership and collaboration. Successful candidates will demonstrate their knowledge and experience in all facets of managing archival collections, a commitment to public service and reference, experience supervising and mentoring people with diverse skills, and their experience working with people in the community. Salary: $65,811.00 - $109,491 Application materials must be submitted through the online application system.
Archives and Records Management Coordinator II - City of Portland, City Auditor’s Office, Archives and Records Management division ~ We are looking for an archivist who has a commitment to customer/public service and developing and maintaining positive relationships, has extensive experience providing archival reference, has excellent communications skills, is detail and task oriented, and is committed to providing equitable and transparent access to records through thoughtful research and reference service. The best candidates will love working with a wide-range of people. Successful candidates will demonstrate their knowledge and experience in: providing archival reference, developing and participating in community engagement activities, leading and mentoring people, and creating and maintaining an inclusive, respectful, and culturally responsive workplace. Salary: $55,370.00 - $102,648 Application materials must be submitted through the online application system.
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