Assistant Records Information Coordinator/Public Disclosure Coordinator and Technical Editor (Forms and Records Analyst 2)WA St Dept Of Ecology
Richland, WA Full time
Posted on October 1, 2017
Assistant Records Information Coordinator/Public Disclosure Coordinator and Technical Editor (Forms and Records Analyst 2) Washington State Department of Ecology's Nuclear Waste Program in Richland, Washington is accepting applications for a Forms and Records Analyst 2 position in the Technology and Operations Section. Some of the key work activities of the position are: Assistant NWP Records Information Management (RIM) Coordinator: Follows current file plans of all centralized and decentralized filing systems that include types of documents included in the official record files. Provides staff general assistance in following good recordkeeping practices such as matching records to retention schedules; how to distinguish between official records, reference materials, working copies or transitory records; use of proper naming conventions; transfer inactive records to Records Center or transfer of permanent records to the State Archives; identify final disposition dates etc. Using NWP Correspondence System, assists in maintaining records of incoming and outgoing correspondence and documents and follows up on work in process. Assistant NWP Public Disclosure Coordinator Assists the NWP RIM/Public Disclosure Coordinator with public records requests. Analyzes requests, enters requests into the agency tracking system and responds to Public Records Requests. Coordinates with staff to assist with the gathering of responsive records for Public Records Requests. Assists NWP RIM/Public Disclosure Coordinator in preparing records for inspection and oversees onsite file reviews. NWP Technical Writer/Editor Performs formatting and editing of technical documents in the development and preparation of technical, procedural, and communication material. Gathers background information by research and consulting management and staff and writes/edits a variety of material such as general policy manuals, specific procedural directives, training and technical publications. Serves as the Print Coordinator for the Permit Production Team. The Print Coordinator updates the Permit Production Team on the status of printing. Required Qualifications: An Associate's degree in business administration, accounting, industrial engineering, or a related field; OR A high school diploma or equivalent AND three (3) years of experience in forms and/or records management. For further details of job duties and requirements and to apply for this position, visit www.ecy.wa.gov/ jobs/CurrentOpenings.html SALARY: $2,984.00 - $3,883.00 Monthly, $35,808.00 - $46,596.00 Annually DEADLINE: The posting for this position will remain open until filled with the next screening happening on 10/16/17. The Washington State Department of Ecology is an equal opportunity employer.