Ky. Dept. for Libraries & Archives
300 Coffee Tree Rd
Frankfort Ky 40601
Type Position: Full-Time
Salary: $38,770.08 – $51,361.20 annual, 37.5 hr/week
Benefit: State Benefits
Job Duties: This posting is for two positions. One serves as a technology consultant to state and local government agencies concerning electronically generated public records for management and appraisal, using specialized software tools. Conducts technological needs assessments and advises agencies on resolution, appraisal, scheduling and management of electronically generated public records. Serves on technology committees, attends legislative committee hearings, and tracks legislation concerning public records issues. Examines records retention schedules and contributes system descriptions that provide technical and contextual information, and consults with agencies to ensure systems are managed in compliance with records management laws.
The other position develops and coordinates all applications that comprise the Kentucky electronic records archives, and E-Archives data repository and provides training and coordination concerning the e-Archives. Manages nearly 100,000 web pages harvested from selected executive, judicial and legislative agencies. Facilitates work with State Library technical services staff to ensure that records in the E-archives are cataloged and linked in the KDLA catalog.
Both will require some travel and participation in the Electronic Records Working Group and other KDLA groups and teams. Both coordinate the design and promote use of electronic public information access techniques for records scheduling and archival retention of records.
Education: Graduate of a college or university with a master’s degree in library science, archival science or records management.
Experience: Must have two years of experience in any combination of the following: computer programming, systems analysis, website design, website development, website maintenance or records systems analysis.
Education Substitution: None.
Experience Substitution: A bachelor’s degree supplemented by two years of experience in any combination of the following areas within an archival or library setting will substitute for the master’s degree: computer programming, systems analysis, website design, development or maintenance and/or record systems analysis.
Additional Comments: Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D.
Application Procedure: Complete an application and apply on-line at Careers.ky.gov
Application Deadline: October 11, 2014
Contact Information: Glen.McAninch@ky.gov
Institution’s Website: KDLA.ky.gov