Under direction from the Department of Administration Business Services Manager and in collaboration with Information Technology staff and business representatives from county departments, plan, coordinate, implement, and maintain department-wide and/or countywide records management information systems.
Perform advanced professional work in the areas of cloud computing governance, data access governance, electronic content management, compliance, policy and procedures, project management.
Perform corporate compliance functions that analyze and provide information to management to facilitate cohesive planning, controlling, efficiencies, and decision-making; plan, evaluate, develop, and coordinate records management functions with divisions the analysis function to realize increased efficiencies, reduce duplication, and advocate for cost effective business and technology solutions.
The Centralized Records Supervisor/Enterprise Content Manager is responsible for meeting and maintaining compliance with the requirements of overarching program management for the Cloud Computing and Data Access Governance Programs; contract activities, conduct continuous audit assessments, related service level agreement criteria, assist with total cost of ownership analysis, and provide, as needed, management reviews and reports; perform other duties as required.
Graduation from a recognized college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, records management, health information management, information systems, public administration, library science, or a closely related field and three (3) years of responsible work experience in administering records management systems, business administration, information management, public administration, library science, or a closely related field. A master’s degree in an area listed above may substitute for one (1) year of the work experience requirement.
Certification in Records Information Management is preferred, Certified Records Manager (ICRM), ERM Master (AIIM), ECM Master (AIIM), Project Management Professional (PMI).
For complete position details and to apply, visit our website at www.waukeshacounty.gov/jobs. Please attach a cover letter and resume to your completed application. Position will remain open until filled.
About Waukesha County
Waukesha County is located in southeastern Wisconsin next to the Milwaukee Metropolitan area. It includes 37 municipalities within 576 square miles of suburban and rural areas. From beautiful park space and pristine lakes to exceptional roadways and renowned public safety infrastructure, Waukesha County government is a critical component to ensuring and maintaining the high quality of life that its residents expect and visitors enjoy.
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