Carson City, NV: Asst Administrator, Archives/Records, Nevada State Library, Archives, and Records

Job Opening Title: Assistant Administrator, Archives/Records

Employer Name: State of Nevada

Job Location: Carson City. Nevada

Application Deadline: Until Recruitment Needs are Satisfied

Salary Range: $66,628.08-$100,161.36

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Years of experience required: Master’s degree in information studies, history, public administration or closely related field with course work in archives, records management or closely related information management field and five years of increasingly responsible professional archives and/or records management experience which included developing records or archives program policies; developing and implementing work plans; developing and monitoring a budget, and managing, evaluating and revising programs. At least two years of experience must have included managerial and administrative responsibility for program and policy development, supervising professional staff and overseeing a comprehensive archives and/or records management program; OR certification as an Archivist by the Academy of Certified Archivists and five years of experience as described above; OR certification as a Records Manager from the Institute of Certified Records Managers and five years of experience as described above

Job Description (if URL to posting not available). Please include instructions for how to apply.: Under direction of the Nevada State Library, Archives, and Records (NSLAPR) Administrator, the Assistant Administrator of Archives & Records serves as State Archivist and manages the State Archives, State Records, and Imaging and Preservation Services programs. This incumbent plans, organizes, coordinates, directs, and evaluates the section functions that include accessioning and preservation of governmental records and private manuscripts determined through appraisal to have permanent value. This includes directing the development of archives and records management programs and associated policies and procedures to ensure the implementation of services which fulfill the needs of State agencies, local government entities and the general public; developing policy and procedure for assigned NLSAPR programs within statutory authority; arranges documents according to accepted archival principles and preparation of retrieval aids to ensure maximum accessibility to users; makes available and performs research in special collections, published library materials, and official records of continuing value; and establishes efficient and cost-effective programs for the maintenance, use, retention, and disposition of government records statewide. Additionally, the assistant administrator, manages the section’s twelve program staff, budget, and public relations activities and serves as both coordinator of the State Historical Records Advisory Board (SHRAB) as per appointment by the Governor and staff to the State Records Committee. This position oversees and participates in the development of grant applications and funding proposals and oversees training programs for state and local government employees in the areas of archives and records management. As an essential part of the NSLAPR Administration team, the assistant administrator also develops, coordinates, and executes on division-wide goals and represents the agency and acts on behalf of the Administrator as requested. The NSLAPR is a division within the Department of Administration and is located in Carson City, Nevada

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