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Business Analyst

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• Drive change management in implementation and enforcement of revised company-wide retention schedule
• Develop and distribute user training materials illustrating where to store business records
• Assess current state and make recommendations for improved work streams and record keeping throughout all business units
• Develop work flows and document management life cycles; provide clear road map to an enhanced future state
• Evaluate and recommend technology solutions for short term and long term records initiatives
• Evaluate and implement electronic capture work flows for greater efficiency and cost effectiveness
• Develop and/or evaluate quality control and assurance plan for documents preserved in approved repositories
• Ensure compliance by assisting stakeholders with efficient creation, tracking, capture, index, searching, maintenance, retention, and final disposition of critical business records
• Audit, measure, and adjust record management systems to account for potential security risks. Design and develop business classification schemes, and undertake records surveys
• Establish retention and disposal schedules
• Advise on new records management policies and provide a framework to guide employees in the management of their records
• Ensure compliance with relevant legislation and regulations
• Ensure proper user access control to records based on business job role throughout the company
• Provide training to employees that have responsibility for managing records

Essential Attributes (Knowledge/Skills/Experience Requirements)
• Experience in operations and sound knowledge of computerized records and/or drawing management systems/programs
• Knowledge of current legislative requirements, issues, directions and standards in Government regarding records management and freedom of information requests


Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree or related work equivalent.
• CRM (Certified Records Manager) Preferred; IGP (Information Governance Professional), ERM (Electronic Records Management—AIIM Certifications), CDIA+ (Certified Document Imaging Architect), Project Management Professional (PMP) or other records management related credentials preferred.
• 5-10 Years’ experience in records management supervision, consulting, sales, and/or operations.
• Legal records management experience.
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
• Experience in leading interdepartmental collaborative efforts
• Excellent skills regarding documentation and preservation of corporate artifacts
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, automated records management systems, scanning and capture systems, and document management systems.
• Ability to work independently with high productivity, accuracy, and sense of urgency.
• Ability to effect change and implement new procedures in a professional manner.
• Proven relationship management, negotiation and organization skills.
• Advanced analytical, problem solving, and planning skills.
• Teamwork leader with hands-on participation as needed.

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