Supports the development, implementation and maintenance of a centralized corporate Records Management Program. Under the Deputy City Clerk help provide leadership in the development of recordkeeping standards, policies and procedures, ensure compliance and develop and implement a training program. 
The Executive Director (ED) is empowered to act on behalf of the ACA Board and the association within the parameters of the Association General Bylaw, established policy and procedures, the annual budget and financial practices. The ED is a non-voting officer of the association and non-voting ex officio member of committees, councils, task forces, and other member groups as requested by the ACA President and Board of Directors.
Reporting to the Manager, Records & Information Privacy, the Records & Information Clerk provides technical assistance and training to BC Housing staff to ensure compliance with the Records Management Program. The position maintains and supports Records and Information management systems; administers the classification, storage, retrieval and destruction of records; and performs other activities including scanning projects and assisting the Records & Information Assistant with various administrative and records management related duties.
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