Washington, DC: Archival Services Analyst, The Federal Reserve

Archival Services Analyst (OSEC)-21486

Primary Location: DC-Washington

Employee Status: Regular

Overtime Status: Exempt

Job Type: Standard

Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time

Shift: Day Job

Years of Experience Required: 2

Education Required: Bachelor’s or Equivalent Exp.

Relocation Provided: No

Salary Grade Low: 24

Salary Grade High: 25

Posting Date: Jul 10, 2019

 

Position Description

Leads or participates in archival and records management projects, working collaboratively with other divisions and Reserve Banks.  The primary role of this position is to participate in the Archival Services program working on digital preservation projects including enhancing search capabilities and other functionalities within the electronic record keeping system; enhancing metadata and taxonomy standards; developing filing structures and defining metadata requirements to be used for new collections of records; and establishing, evaluating, and improving existing workflows used to process textual and electronic records. Serves as a project lead for electronic records collection maintenance projects including identifying gaps in collections, locating records to complete the collections, and reviewing collections to ensure that records are properly categorized and preserved.

 

Position Requirements

Qualifications

The applicant must have extensive knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of electronic record keeping and digital preservation, records management, information management, and project management and the ability to apply this knowledge creatively to a variety of considerations and business needs.  Requires technical, analytical, and organizational skills in order to contribute to complex processes, such as categorizing and processing complex Board records, and responding to complex reference requests. The position requires specialized knowledge of electronic record keeping, digital preservation, and experience in leading or participating in projects.  Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills, commitment to collaboration, and current knowledge of information technology innovations in record keeping practices.  Must have strong organizational, management, and planning abilities.

 

Education and Experience Requirements

Records and Information Management Analyst (FR 24): Bachelor’s degree in library science, information management, history, or related field and two years of experience; or a Masters’ Degree in library science, information management, history, or related field; or the equivalent combination of training and experience.

Records and Information Management Analyst (FR 25): Bachelor’s degree in library science, information management, history, or related field and four years of experience; or a Masters’ Degree in library science, information management, history, or related field and a minimum of three years’ experience; or the equivalent combination of training and experience.  The position requires particular knowledge of electronic records management, digital preservation, and experience in managing projects.  Must have strong organizational, management, and planning abilities, as well as advanced professional writing and interpersonal communication skills.

 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or application, membership, or service in the uniformed services.

 

TO APPLY: Go to the Board’s Careers page (https://www.federalreserve.gov/start-job-search.htm) and completed a search using the Job Number 21486. Information on the Board’s salary structure and benefits can be found on the careers page.