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> -----Original Message-----
> From: MacFarlane, Ian
> Sent: 11 June 2003 11:51
> To: Redfern, Catherine
> Subject: jobs onto RM list
> The National Archives
> Lend Your Support to e-Government Developments
> Government organisations are charged with achieving all documents to be
> created and
> stored in electronic form under the Modernising Government programme's
> 2004 target.
> The Electronic Records Management Development Unit is an established unit
> in the
> national archives responsible for guiding and monitoring all central
> organisations in achieving this target and for continuing guidance and
> Project Manager: Sustainability of e-Records
> Kew £30,958 - £36,586pa
> We are looking for an efficient project Manager who can develop strategy
> and best
> practice guidance on e-records and change management issues as well as
> and enabling the sharing of knowledge on electronic records management
> (ERMS) implementation issues.
> As the successful candidate, you will have substantive knowledge of
> electronic records
> management principles, practices and issues and be able to take on a
> commitment to
> stimulating and enabling change in the electronic working environment. You
> will have
> strong influencing and negotiating skills as well as ability to meet tight
> Ref: B7198.
> Closing date is 9.30am 26th June 2003. Interviews will be held on 11th
> July 2003
> Project Officer: ERMS Testing and Intellectual Control
> Kew £22,779 - £26,244pa
> This role will contribute a technical and systems perspective to the
> development of
> policy, standards and guidance within the e-records programme, supporting
> liaison with
> IT, systems and other technical staff in government departments,
> commercial suppliers.
> As the successful candidate you will have excellent technical and IT
> knowledge relevant
> to the application of electronic document and records management within an
> e-government context. You will also have excellent communication and
> skills with the ability to work as part of a team. Experience of formal
> software testing
> in a pressured environment is also a must. Ref: B7199.
> Closing Date is 9.30am 23rd June 2003. Interviews will be held on 4th July
> Project Officer - ERMS Testing Programme
> Kew £22,779 - £26,244 pa (Limited Period Appointment for 11months)
> We are looking for an experienced Project Officer with either strong
> knowledge and
> understanding relevant to the application or strong technical expertise in
> records/document management systems and the underlying database
> You will be responsible for assisting to run the ERMS testing programme as
> well as
> development of the test scripts and procedures under the supervision of
> the Project
> Manager. Ref: B7200.
> Closing Date is 9.30am 23rd June 2003. Interviews will be held on 2nd July
> e-Records Programme Coordinator
> Kew £22,779 - £26,244 pa
> In this role you will ensure a coordinated and integrated approach across
> all areas of the
> e-records programme work. Ensuring action plans are developed and
> progressed to
> support the delivery of Electronic Records Management (ERM) and organise
> communications with government organisations on ERM. You will have strong
> organisational skills as well as excellent communication skills. Ref:
> Closing date is 9.30am 23rd June 2003. Interviews will be held on 8th July
> We are striving towards equality
> of opportunity and will consider all
> applicants fairly on merit.
> In return we offer an excellent package including childcare voucher
> facilities, free staff
> parking, generous leave allowance and a choice of final salary or
> stakeholder pension.
> For an application form (CVs will not be accepted) and for further details
> contact Capita RAS, Innovation Court, New Street, Basingstoke, Hampshire
> RG21 7JB. Telephone 0870 169 9723 (24 hours). Internet:
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