Under the general direction of the Director, Risk & Internal Controls, and with a dotted line reporting to the Vice-President, People Services for policy development responsibilities, the Manager, Records Management & Privacy provides direction, leadership and coordination in planning and implementing strategically-aligned initiatives to leverage information assets and technology, such as document management and workflow, to expand and improve College services; coordinates release of information requests and administers personal privacy protection policies and procedures; and coordinates the development of administrative and academic- and student-oriented policies for the approval of the Langara Council and Education Council, respectively.
Education & Experience
- Master’s degree in a related discipline such as archival studies or information science.
- Minimum six (6) years of progressively senior level experience in records and information management in a large institutional setting or within the broader public sector.
- Certified Records Management designation an asset.
- An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
- Knowledge of information management systems related to administrative, operational and archival records.
- Knowledge of BC and federal legislation relating to access to information and protection of privacy in the private sector and to the protection of personal information in electronic documents.
- Knowledge of provincial, national and international standards and guidelines on managing electronic records.
- Knowledge of technological trends and developments in information systems relating to information and document management.
- Experience with interpreting British Columbia legislation relating to access to information and protection of privacy in the public sector to fulfill access to information requests.
- Experience with information systems developments and technology, business practices, electronic document management systems design, and project management relating to records management and archives.
- Experience in implementing records management principles in a practical manner.
- Experience in developing policies and procedures in the public sector.
- Supervisory experience in a unionized environment.
Skills & Abilities
- Superior ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with students, staff, faculty, other college/universities, external agencies, and the general public.
- Proven ability to work collaboratively with academic and service departments in an academic environment.
- Superior ability to develop, interpret and apply College, government, agency, and departmental policies, procedures and guidelines.
- Ability to supervise and train staff, including organizing, prioritizing and scheduling work assignments.
- Superior ability to make sound decisions by exercising judgment, diplomacy, tact and discretion.
- Extensive interpersonal, organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
- Highly developed administrative, leadership and management skills.
Closing Date: July 28, 2017
Competition No.: A037-17