About This Position
In this role, you will be responsible for assisting with the daily activities of Council’s information and records management unit. The unit is responsible for supporting Council to meet its regulatory requirements for record-keeping, storage and records management.
You will contribute to the facilitation of an effective records management system, ensuring that Council’s records are secure, appropriately maintained and readily accessible.
You must have previous experience in an information and records management environment, as well as competent computer and data entry skills and experience in electronic document management systems. Knowledge of archiving practices would be well regarded.
Further details: The role is ongoing part-time (24 hours per week) and a commencement salary in the range of $28.48 to $30.77 per hour will be offered, based on skills and experience. For further information on this position, please contact Yvonne Williams, Information Management Coordinator on 03 6211 8230.
How to Apply: The Information Package for this role is available below. To ensure your application is considered, you must provide a current resume and a statement addressing the selection criteria. Applications can be submitted online through the Employment Portal on Council’s website.
Applications close at 4pm on Friday 7 August 2020.
Please address these selection criteria in your application
1. Demonstrated experience in information and records management procedures and practices, including the use of electronic records management systems.
2. The ability to work independently on basic project tasks under general supervision.
3. Competent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a team-based environment.
4. Ability to use initiative and demonstrate sound problem solving skills.
5. Well-developed organisational and time-management skills.
6. Sound literacy skills and attention to detail.
7. Competent computer and data entry/keyboard skills, with the ability to utilise Microsoft office products.
1. Experience in local government records management and/or archives.
2. Experience in digitising records including historical paper documents.
3. A current driver’s licence.