Marquette, MI: Records Analyst, Northern Michigan University

Records Analyst

Northern Michigan University is seeking applicants for a Records Analyst. Northern Michigan University, with 8,900 students and 180 degree programs, is located along the shore of Lake Superior in the vibrant, historic city of Marquette, consistently named a top spot in the nation to raise a family, vacation, and enjoy an excellent quality of life.  See more at

Duties and Responsibilities: The Records Analyst will assist the University Archivist in the administration of the University’s records management program, including appraisal, records retention and disposition scheduling, staff training, and management of the University Records Center. Develop and implement a campus-wide electronic records management program compliant with ISO 15489, using institutional repository software and modeled on the Open Archival Information System (OAIS).

Minimum Qualifications:  Master’s Degree in Library, Information Management, History, Public History. MIS / MLIS with a concentration in records management or MA in related field with a concentration in records management.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:  Demonstrated conceptual knowledge of computer networking and electronic records management principles. Knowledge of records management software systems. Knowledge of inter-relational databases and their use. Knowledge of digital conversion standards and processes. Strong analytical, presentation, written, interpersonal, and verbal communication skills. Physical capability to perform all of the duties and responsibilities of the position.

The position is traditionally Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-5:00 pm with one month off in the winter and one month off in the summer (.83 FTE position).   The targeted prorated salary range is $27,999-$31,190.

Application Process:  The position will be posted until March 12, 2014. Applicants need to submit a staff application, cover letter and resume electronically by accessing

NMU is an EOE of protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

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