Alaska State Archivist
December 21, 2009 5:27 PM

If you are looking for a challenging opportunity to shape the Archives, Records Management, and Electronic Practices Policies for the State of Alaska please submit your application.

The State Archivist has extensive knowledge and expertise in archival records management, which is necessary to analyze, interpret, develop, and implement the professional and legal standards and practices of the agency. The incumbent is assigned significant program management responsibilities that include planning and coordinating operations, organizing the structure and relationship of staff and workflow, directing the actions of subordinates, and controlling program resources.

The State Archivist directly manages archival functions and services, and supervises professional and technical staff working in the Alaska State Archives. The incumbent manages the Records Management Program portion of the Archives and Records Management Services (ARMS) through a subordinate Records Analyst III. The State Archivist manages the Micrographic Lab Services through a subordinate Micrographic Services Manager. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating the activities of the Alaska State Historical Records Advisory Board (ASHRAB).

The State Archivist is responsible for applying professional and legal standards to the organization’s work, has substantial program management responsibilities, and has the authority to commit the agency to a specific course of action.

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payscale: $5,865.00 Monthly
job type: full-time
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