Job ID: 2013638
Location: WASHINGTON, DC, United States
Date Posted: Sep 16, 2020
Category: Program Management
Subcategory: Project Analyst
Shift: Day Job
Minimum Clearance Required: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Public Trust
Potential for Remote Work: No
We are currently seeking a motivated, career and customer service oriented Records Management Specialist to begin an exciting and challenging career with SAIC.
Needs to have experience working on records management programs that comply with legal, statutory, and regulatory requirements. Under direct supervision, the Records Management Specialist is responsible for but not limited to, assisting FERC and DocOps staff with record storage and retrieval , and making certain that those records are properly inventoried, stored, archived, retrieved, preserved and handled appropriately, following Federal policies and guidelines. In addition, processes applications and file records; maintains updated files; answers queries by searching and retrieving files; updates file information; processes all incoming and outgoing correspondence; performs data entry; adds new files to archives.
• Bachelor’s Degree and 4 years experience
• Able to obtain a Public Trust
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