Austin, TX: Government Information Analyst I-III, Texas State Library & Archives Commission

Job Opening Title: Government Information Analyst I-III

Employer Name: Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Job Location: Austin, TX

Application Deadline: 10/12/20

Salary Range: $40,800-51,600

Link to job posting: https://www.tsl.texas.gov/jobs/infoga.html

Years of experience required: 0-2

Job Description (if URL to posting not available). Please include instructions for how to apply.: Government Information Analyst Trainee

SUMMARY

Performs routine and basic research and consultative work in records and information management. Work involves assisting with or advising and instructing state and local Texas government officials on records and information management issues. Works under close to moderate supervision with minimal to limited latitude for initiative and independent judgment.

ESSENTIAL TASKS

Under close supervision, advises and guides Texas government officials on information management issues, state records laws and rules, and the development of compliant information management practices.
Conducts previously developed training programs and presentations, with assistance from more tenured staff, to promote sound government information management practices.
Under close supervision, coordinates state and local government actions to comply with Texas State records management laws and rules, to include guiding the establishment of programmatic policies and appraising records retention schedules.
Researches, analyzes, and evaluates new and existing state or federal legislation, state, federal or judicial administrative rules and guidelines, industry standards and regulations, advances in information management technologies, and issues of strategic importance to determine impacts on information management programs.
Recommend revisions to administrative rules and guidance for improvement of information management programs, as applicable.
Participates in special projects; projects can be internal (agency or division), or with federal, state, and local governments and/or legislative committees.
Perform related work as assigned.
Attend work regularly in accordance with agency leave and attendance policies.
Comply with all applicable agency policies and procedures.