The Defense and Intelligence Group of Leidos has an opening for a Records Management Specialist position in Bethesda, MD.
Support Sponsor in maintaining, developing, implementing, and administering a management control system for storing Sponsor records. This includes all Sponsor records, regardless of their status and custodianship. Develop guidance for records retirement eligibility, retrieval procedures, communication protocols, records logs, and onsite records staging/holding area to include design and maintenance of the log used to document the placement, location, and reference status of records stored therein.
1) Assist in configuration and version control for the Sponsor Records Control Schedule , Program File Index, and the Pre-Award Records Control plan;
2) Provide RIM Services as defined in the Sponsor Records Schedule for the National Counterintelligence Executive
3) Maintain full awareness of the Sponsor records storage, archive and disposition services to enable 100% accountability for all Sponsor records from creation to final disposition.
4) Support Sponsor in reviewing Sponsor's records and applying federal and Sppnsor guidance to identify those that may warrant designation as essential;
5) Support developing, implementing, and maintaining Sponsor plans, procedures, and guidance to ensure essential records are protected and managed as part of Sponsor's responsibilities associated with the Sponsor Continuity of Operations plan (COOP) and National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) requirements;
6) Facilitate the processes necessary to keep Sponsor essential records identified, protected, accessible and immediately usable.
7) Review the Sponsor business area for new or revised record series; drafting and revising the existing RCS in accordance to NARA and Sponsor guidance; and drafting subsequent documentary materials
10 years or High School/GED + 8 years or Associate + 6 years or Bachelors + 4 years or Masters + 2 years or Doctorate (PhD)
• Expert knowledge with the ODNI Continuity of Operations plan (COOP) and National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) requirements.
• Experience formulating policy, performing strategic analysis and planning, conducting program outreach, coordinating training, developing metrics, and ensuring that sound information governance and accountability measure are in place.
• Ability to serve as an independent analyst applying knowledge of standard, well established principles, concepts and methods.
• Experience interfacing with Federal Government program offices to discuss new and/or planned initiatives to ensure policy compliance.
• Demonstrated experience providing expert records management guidance and assistance to IC personnel, regarding the development of their internal projects.