Records Coordinator II - Right of Way Division - TXDot

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Job Title

Records Coordinator II - Right of Way Division



$34,918.00 – $55,130.00 yearly


Full/Part Time




Overnight Travel

Never or rarely

Military Occup Specialty Code

State Classification Title:  Archivist II

Occupational Category: Library and Records 

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General Description

Performs records management work by classifying, retaining, disposing, and protecting Department records for the Right of Way Division in accordance with state-mandated laws concerning document and records retention and disposition. Work requires contact with Department staff, other state agencies, contractors, and the public. Employees at this level perform work independently on assignments; however, all unusual issues are referred to supervisor.


The essential duties for this job include:

  • Logs, files, and cross-references correspondence; and verifies documents/records.

  • Scans documents for conversion to electronic imaging.

  • Maintains onsite and offsite transportation project documentation and records inventory; travels to offsite records center as needed

  • Maintains records tracking databases.

  • Assists in responding to open records requests.

  • Assists with maintaining the district/division records file plan.

  • Classifies, retains, disposes, and protects Department records.

  • Researches and responds to requests for transportation project documentation and records.

  • Organizes records storage and destruction, and completes records destruction logs and forms.

  • Communicates records and information management rules, policies, and procedures.  Performs other job responsibilities as assigned.


The required competencies for this job include:

  • Records management principles and procedures

  • Automated records storage and database retrieval systems

  • Applicable laws, rules and regulations

  • Customer service and public relations for maintaining effective working relationships with individuals and groups

  • Analyzing and organizing business and technical data

  • The use of personal computers, applications and systems

  • Maintaining a safe working environment

  • Communicate effectively and collaborates and cooperates with others and builds effective working relationships with internal and external members to accomplish organizational goals

  • Work in an office and warehouse environment available for use by all business units

  • Protects sensitive and confidential information


This job requires the following:

  • Bachelor's Degree in a related discipline.

Work Experience

This job requires the following:

  • 3 years in administrative, general clerical, library, records management, or related experience.

  • Experience can be satisfied by fulltime or prorated part-time equivalent