Federal Senior Electronics Records Management Subject Matter Expert
North East D.C. Located on the Metro
- Work directly with the Records Management Division to integrate records management policies and requirements into electronic recordkeeping systems, supporting the development and implementation of an improved Agency-wide electronic records management process.
- Independently apply subject matter expertise to various project / program initiatives; investigate, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, or evaluate solutions for project / program efforts, Provide expert-level issue resolution and recommendation support to achieve desired program outcomes.
- Work collaboratively Records Experts and Information Systems Professionals from various Agencies.
- Make recommendations to address work processes as appropriate, and ensure Records Management Division compliance with Agency and DoD Architectural Framework (DoDAF) standards.
- Ensure that management processes are in accordance with applicable statutes, instructions, directives, regulations, guidelines, and best practices.
- Provide expertise and support in revising the federal Agency’s retention schedule into a consolidated records schedule, commonly referred to as “Big Buckets.”
- Use rough outlines and resource materials and interpret information obtained through research or provided by technical specialists.
- Apply knowledge of AIS documentation content and format standards to prepare, edit and publish technical materials; proof, revise, and edit reports, articles, manuals, specifications, presentation materials, and other technical documents.
- Experience with Federal Electronic Records Management.
- A bachelor or postgraduate degree in engineering, scientific, technical or business management disciplines from an accredited college or university.
- At least eight years of experience in the field of specialized expertise.
- which includes performance in the following functional areas with respect to DOD programs / projects: logistics, maintenance, supply, financial management, security management, information management, contracting, etc.
- Active Certified Records Manager (CRM) certification from the Institute of Certified Records Managers (ICRM).
- Have knowledge of current standards and best practices and their implications for Web-Based, Collaborative Technologies in Records Management, Policy Design for Managing Electronic Messages, Vital Records Programs: Identifying, Managing, and Recovering Business-Critical Records.
- Experience with publication tools to include, but not limited to Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Power Point, Adobe Acrobat XI Pro, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Project, and Microsoft Visio.