Provide classified archive and records management support to a government organization to include artifacts, documents and other media. Update and implement an Information Management Plan with emphasis on electronic records management of historical records and artifacts.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Organize classified hard copy and soft copy records, prepare records for digitization, prepare materials for shipment and storage, receive digitized materials and process into an electronics record management system.
Organize records and materials for retrieval by the customer utilizing SharePoint and DoD information management policies and processes.
Perform maintenance and inventory of records, artifacts, archival documents and electronic media IAW DoD standards.
Catalog documents, artifacts and electronic media IAW with DoD standards.
Assess the condition of the electronic archives and recommend remediation or other mitigation.
Implement processing procedures which permit efficient and continued control over specific groups of records/collections undergoing processing.
Develop aids and quick reference tools for collections within the records archive.
Generate reports, including total records and information management context reports, or other products within the records archive.
Create/update records management procedures related to file collections, preservation, instructions, processes and correspondence.
Education and Experience
High School Diploma or higher
Demonstrated experience with classified records and digital document management following DoD organization policy and regulations.
Basic knowledge of archival and library management systems.
Preferred education and experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in Archival Science
Professional experience managing archival collections.
Previous experience in a Federal Government setting or government contractor.
Strong technical expertise with digital objects in a library or archive.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience with digital stewardship issues, tools, standards, and best practices.
Familiarity with metadata standards relevant to archival collections.
Special Skills and Abilities
Mid-Level knowledge of MS SharePoint software. Site Content Administrator level able to create sub-sites, libraries, pages, workflows and assign metadata.
Knowledge of MS Office.
Knowledge of Adobe Acrobat, including document conversion and development.
Attention to detail and organization skills.
Familiarization with protection methods used for historical documents.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Ability to work with a wide variety of professional and senior personnel in areas requiring sensitivity and tact.
The job requires the ability to lift boxes of records up to 45 pounds several times a day.
The job is performed in a general office environment.
Must already hold a Secret Clearance.
About TATE, Incorporated
Founded in 1994, TATE, Incorporated is the preeminent firm focusing exclusively on personnel recovery (PR). We provide unparalleled expertise in PR training to the Department of Defense (DoD), other U.S. Government agencies and government contractors.
TATE understands that our nation’s soldiers and civil servants may encounter challenging and isolating events in the course of their work abroad. We prepare our students to avoid becoming isolated or detained, and also how to survive hostile and isolating situations should they occur.
Our customized approach to training and education instills confidence – empowering TATE’s clients to navigate their way through the maze of environmental, criminal and terrorist threats as they serve the United States overseas.