DescriptionUnder general supervision, works as part of a project team to develop and administer policies, procedures and practices for managing and providing access to the State Historic Preservation Office's data and programs through electronic records and systems. Programs include the statewide survey of historic properties, National Register of Historic Places, historical markers, environmental reviews, Certified Local Governments, grants, and tax incentives programs. Plans, develops, and implements electronic records management processes, guidelines, and procedures for the State Historic Preservation Office, and tests approaches to address long-term preservation and access issues. Develops ways to enhance access to information about historic properties and preservation programs through the internet. Other duties as assigned.
Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A Bachelor's degree and related professional experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of general archival and records managment concepts, and general knowledge of electronic records issues.
Knowledge of hardware and software used for electronic document management systems, digital imaging systems and desktop applications, including GIS.
Knowledge of database management, systems analysis, and system development concepts.
Familiarity with metadata and related standards for information processes and their application to archival or record materials.
Knowledge of data storage methods, media, and security.
Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with the public, staff, and other professionals.
Excellent organizational and time management skills. Ability to juggle multiple projects and deadlines.
Ability to communicate in a clear and effective manner.
A Master's degree in library and information science, or public history and/or graduate training in archives administration, records management and information management. Experience working in state or local government environment.
Must have or be able to obtain a valid S.C. driver's license.
Published: Monday, September 16, 2013 15:28 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:44 UTC