Temporary Records Analyst

Company Name:
Managed Business Solutions
A two and half year Records and Information Management (RIM) project with Acumen Information Services, Inc. as a consultant and working closely with Sealaska Records Manager. There are three phases to conduct and complete the One-Time-Purge (OTP), records inventory, and prepare records for disposal and short or long term storage.
1. Performs file maintenance, database input, and document preparation in accordance with the corporation records management policies and procedures.
2. Processes obsolete records for destruction, in accordance with retention policy and established procedures
3. Verify assigned data entry using quality control procedures to ensure accurate metadata into anew RIM software according to procedures.
4. Performs various clerical duties required to update the appropriate logs, databases, and indexes.
5. Perform Records Management Training at the direction of the Records Manager.
General Responsibilities :
Demonstrate organizational skills by utilizing office best practices, procedures and methods
Ability to possess high work ethic standards with emphasis in confidentiality.
Knowledgeable of Microsoft Office software especially in Excel.
Good oral and written communications
Promote collaboration towards effective teamwork.
Skill in operating office equipment and copies.
Communicate and interact with Sealaska employees to provide effective customer service.
Ability to lift 30-35 pounds of boxed records.
High school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.) or the equivalent; and one year of general office level working experience;
Associates Degree in Business Administration, Office Management, or related will substitute for experience.
Two years clerical and computer experience
Valid Alaska Driver's License that meets corporate insurance criteria
Date: 2014-05-08
Country: US
State: AK
City: Juneau
Postal Code: 99801

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