Records and Information Manager
Salary range £22,417 to £28,239 per annum depending on experience.
Benefits include a final salary or stakeholder pension scheme, excellent
holiday entitlements and family friendly policies.
Your primary role will be as records and information manager to develop and
implement corporate wide policies, standards and guidance in Record
Management and the delivery of associated training to staff. You must have
at least three years' experience in this field, with a good working
knowledge of current records management practices. A recognised Records
Management qualification or the willingness to undertake such a
qualification would be desirable. As would a knowledge of BS ISO 15489 and
the legislative framework (Public Records Act, Freedom of Information and
Data Protection) which underpins records management.
Companies House is an Agency of the Department of Trade and Industry,
employing over 1,000 people and responsible for incorporating companies
under the Companies Act and related legislation. The organisation is
currently undertaking a project to implement an Electronic Document Records
Management System (EDRMS) with a pilot system due to be in place by the end
of 2005. You will play a major role in the effective implementation of
this system throughout the organisation, working closely with the Project
Manager and the EDRMS supplier. A knowledge of how to develop a corporate
business classification scheme, retention and disposal schedules to
underpin such a system would also be highly desirable.
For more information about this post please contact Helen Thewlis, Head of
Policy and Planning, telephone 02920 380641 or email
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Applications to be sent to HR, Companies House, Crown Way, Cardiff, CF14
Closing date for applications: 10 May 2005
Companies House has four offices, two in the Cardiff area and one in London
and Edinburgh. This post will be situated in Nantgarw, six miles from the
head office in Cardiff. Candidates will be required to complete a
presentation as part of the interview process, which will be given on the
Companies House is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes
applications from men and women of all backgrounds and ethnic groups,
including those with disabilities.