Records Manager
Salary: £26,168-31,074
35 hours per week

The role of the College Archive & Records Management Service is to preserve 
the intellectual and business integrity of the College. The team is responsible 
for the Collegeís records management policies, programmes and procedures 
and for providing advice, guidance and training to staff and Officers. The 
collection includes extensive records relating to the activities of the College 
since its foundation in 1929 as well as the personal and professional papers of 
past Officers, Fellows and Members and the historical records of other 
organisations in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology.

The post of Records Manager is designed to support the development and 
effective management of the Collegeís corporate records during an exciting 
period of change. The post-holder will take a leading part in a multidisciplinary 
team responsible for the implementation of an electronic document and 
records management programme based on SharePoint. The system must link 
seamlessly with the Collegeís semi-current paper records and permanent 
archive. The post-holder will liaise closely with colleagues at all levels in the 
College to advise on aspects of records management as well as appropriate 
information compliance and data management issues. He or she will also act as 
the Collegeís Data Protection officer, ensuring compliance across the 
organisation. In addition, the Records Manager will work with other members of 
the department to provide a high-quality enquiry service both within and 
outside the College.

The ideal candidate will hold a professional qualification in records 
management, archive administration or an equivalent subject and have some 
experience of working in an electronic records management environment. They 
will be enthusiastic, have an adaptable and flexible approach to work and be 
willing to tackle the challenges posed by the implementation of a new system 
across the organisation.

The College is a membership organisation concerned with standards of training 
and education in the medical specialty of obstetrics and gynaecology. Located 
in pleasant offices overlooking Regentís Park, the College offers an excellent 
and friendly working environment with a package that includes free lunches, 
subsidised gym membership, season ticket loan, first class pension scheme and 
generous annual leave entitlement.

For further details please contact Christin Sandau on 020 7772 6453 or see For an informal discussion 
about the post, please contact Lucy Reid on 020 7772 6385 or by emailing 
[log in to unmask] The closing date for applications is 14 April 2009 and 
interviews will be held on 29 April 2009. Please send your CV and supporting 
statement to [log in to unmask]

This post will not appear in ARC Recruitment.

The College is an equal opportunities employer
Registered Charity No. 213280