In accordance with Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) legislation, policies and procedures, the Records Coordinator plans, designs, implements and improves the efficient and cost effective management and control of the department’s records in all forms in order to ensure that information is properly stored and readily available as required.
The Records Coordinator is a pivotal position that provides expertise in the development and promotion of records management policies, guidelines and procedures across the department. The incumbent is accountable for ensuring that an effective departmental records management system is maintained.
The incumbent is required to consult with and have clear and frequent communication with all departmental staff that may have conflicting priorities. As a result, the incumbent must manage multiple projects and reprioritize activities on a regular basis as required.
Completion of a post-secondary degree in Information Management or related field (Archival Science, Library and Information Science), plus 2 years of directly related experience.
Compensation & Benefits:
Salary range is from $40.85 to $48.77 per hour (approximately $79,658 to $95,102 per annum) plus an annual Northern Allowance of $3,450.