The Attorney General's Office is currently seeking an Electronic Records
Analyst in the Records Management Section. The duties for this position
include but are not limited to:

iManage/IRM System Administration: creates new matters in iManage and conducts
conflict research; runs and manages retention/disposition reports and
authorizations; assists sections with indexing, barcoding, labeling and
managing of hardcopy records in relation to the system.

Review and Creation of Records Retention Schedules: conducts records analysis
meetings with sections in order to gather enough information to draft a
retention schedule; conducts legal/compliance research on laws, regulations
and standards affecting the retention of records; monitors state RIMS system
for status of retention schedules and provides proper notice and filing when
they have been approved for use.

Review and Approve Records Disposal Request Forms: reviews and approves
records disposal request forms submitted by sections to verify that the
records are eligible for disposal and have been documented properly.

Other duties as assigned: develops and conducts staff training; other duties
as requested by Senior Records Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:

Masters degree in library & information science or public history, CRM, or 3
years of professional records management experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience with document/records management systems.

To read full announcement and apply, go to [Ohio's job
site]( and enter "Electronic
Records Analyst" in the job title field.

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