πŸ‘©πŸΏβ€πŸ’Ό Records Manager

Career Description
A records manager is responsible for organizing, storing, and managing an organization's records and information. They ensure that records are accurate, up-to-date, and in compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Records managers develop and implement processes and systems for efficient record keeping, including document control, data privacy, and information governance. They utilize records management software to track and retrieve records when needed. This role requires strong organization skills, attention to detail, effective communication, and problem-solving abilities. With the increasing importance of data privacy and information management, the demand for records managers is expected to grow in the future.
Hard Skills
data management recording systems document control data privacy information governance archive management records management software
Soft Skills
organization attention to detail communication problem-solving
Relevant Educations
Library Science Information Management Archival Studies
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