Overview

Position Description

Leads or participates in records management projects, working collaboratively with other divisions and Reserve Banks. Assumes a lead role or participates in records management consulting services including conducting inventories and evaluations; developing policies, procedures, and guidance; developing and conducting trainings and briefings; incorporating recordkeeping functionality in systems; and records disposition. Other duties may include enhancing metadata and taxonomy standards, developing filing structures, and defining metadata requirements to be used for new systems. Performs complex analytical work in support of the Board’s records management and archival program.

Position Requirements

The applicant must have expert knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of federal records management, electronic record keeping and digital preservation, information management, and project management and the ability to apply this knowledge creatively to the variety of considerations and business needs. Requires technical, analytical, and organizational ability in order to contribute to complex processes, such as evaluating records management practices in Board divisions and offices, categorizing and processing Board records, and responding to complex reference requests. The position requires specialized knowledge of electronic record keeping and experience in managing or participating in projects. Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills, commitment to collaboration, and current knowledge of information technology innovations in recordkeeping practices. Must have strong organizational, management, and planning abilities.

Lead Records and Information Management Analyst (FR 27): Requires a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 6 years of experience in information management, library sciences, history, or a related field; or equivalent experience. A master’s degree in information management, library sciences, or history with 5 years of related experience is preferred. Must possess expert level knowledge of records and information management concepts, principles, and practices, including electronic records and information management. Must possess exceptional analytical, problem solving, research, and business process analysis abilities. Must have expert level functional knowledge and ability to incorporate recordkeeping functionality into systems and applications. Must have expert level knowledge of best practices associated with usability, information systems design, and information retrieval. Must demonstrate exceptional communication (oral and written) and consultative skills, especially the ability to both clearly and concisely communicate findings or information and train others at all levels. Must have expert familiarity with and ability to apply advanced project management principles to work performed, whether traditional or agile.

Remarks

This a 3-year limited term position ending on December 31, 2025.

This position is located in Washington, DC with an onsite cadence of 6 times per month and/or as business needs require.

Cover letter required at time of application.

Primary Location

DC-Washington

Employee Status

Regular

Overtime Status

Exempt

Job Type

Standard

Travel

No

Shift

Day Job

Years Of Experience Required

6

Education Required

Bachelor’s or Equivalent Exp.

Relocation Provided

Yes

Salary Grade Low

27

Salary Grade High

27

Minimum Salary

150,000

Maximum Salary

160,000

Posting Date

Nov 29, 2022