The Legislative Services Division is seeking a Records Coordinator to join the Information and Privacy team. This is a specialized information and records management position involving the implementation and maintenance of a corporate records management program. The Records Coordinator will exercise considerable independent initiative and judgement providing records management advice and direct operational assistance to departments to facilitate successful implementation of the records program.
Requirements include University Degree in Library and Information Studies or equivalent, supplemented by additional formalized education or certification in records and information management; more than five years related experience including significant records management experience at a senior level, preferably in a municipal or other government agency setting; three years of experience in a leadership/supervisory position which required project management skills that involved leading and implementing a records management project in a large organization; possession of a valid B.C. driver’s licence and a personal vehicle available. Local government certificate or experience in a municipal environment would be considered an asset.
The successful candidate will be required to work Wednesday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (21 hours per week).