This position is part of the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, Office of Administration. As a Records and Information Management Specialist, you will provide technical expertise and leadership to the agency's Records Management Program.Learn more about this agency
Maintains, preserves, and disposes of official Federal records held or created by the Corporation. Assesses and revises agency records disposition schedules as necessary.
Develops and maintains a comprehensive Records Retention Schedule for the Agency.
Manages the Central Files facilities and resources and provides direction to Records Management staff, including the use of contract staff as appropriate.
Conducts inventories and inspections of decentralized agency files held in operating offices. Inspects files to ensure compliance with official records management policies and procedures. Plans and implements periodic program reviews/audits of decentralized files in the agency.
Develops policies, procedures, and guidance in managing the Agency's information. Monitors applicable laws, notices, regulations and legal decisions in the records area and develops adjustments to agency directives to ensure agency compliance.
Classifies recorded material, oversees retrieval of records stored in Federal Records Centers, and maintains the inventories of records transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration.
Manages the circulation, preservation, disposition, and retirement of the Agency's records.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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