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RECORDS ANALYST, Arizona State Library Archives and Public Records, (Phoenix, AZ)

Job Summary:

Under the direction of the Director for Archives and Records Management the Records Analyst works with state and local government agencies and public bodies to create retention schedules; help public bodies establish and maintain best practices in the management and disposition of records; develops and provides training for these public bodies; meet with groups and organizations to promote proper information governance; develops electronic forms; and works with other Archives and Records Management staff in developing strategies for the preservation and management of public records.

Job Duties:

  • Works closely with public bodies, public officials, agency managers, record officer liaisons and RIM staff of state, local government agencies and political sub-divisions to make sure that retention schedules are current.
  • Work with Records Officers throughout the state to help them manage their records management programs. This includes scheduling and conducting consultations, meeting with records officers (in person or virtually), and answering questions via our communication platform.
  • Work to create and revise general and custom retention schedules; Keep customer retention schedules updated and current in the records management databases.
  • Assist in creating records management trainings and making them available for governmental bodies.
  • Participate in the development of strategies and procedures for maintenance, retention, access and disposition of the records management database.

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