Records Analyst-City of Surrey (Deadline October 1, 2021)

September 07, 2021 5:29 AM | Anonymous

More information on the Records Analyst position, can be found on the City of Surrey website.

Records Analyst

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This is specialized professional records and information management work. Reporting to the Records Manager the Records Analyst supports the corporate records program by participating in developing policies and procedures; providing direction and assistance to department on implementation and ongoing maintenance of corporate records management; documenting and leading corporate records projects.


• Develop, recommend and upon approval, establish and implement new and/or revised methods and procedures subject to records management best practices to improve efficiency.

• Provide training to staff on records and information management and mailroom policies and procedures.

• Contribute to developing training materials, conducts records management and mailroom employee training.

• Participate in paper and electronic projects e.g. (SharePoint, Digital Transformation etc) for records management and mailroom.

• The incumbent will require knowledge of records management systems, theories and practices; electronic information systems; and principles and techniques of retention and disposition scheduling.

• Develop project plans and documentation.

• Conduct appraisals and write reports.

• Work with other records staff to complete projects and performs other related work as required.

• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with department staff and management, vendors,outside agencies and the general public.

• Manage multiple tasks, setting objectives/goals, meet deadlines and re-prioritize work.

• Interview staff to understand their business needs and use of information customer service methods and techniques.

• Assign, supervise and review the work of records and mailroom employees.

• Performs related work as required.

The Ideal candidate:

• Is flexible and a collaborative team-player with well-developed interpersonal skills, along with an aptitude for establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with a variety of stakeholders.

• Is pragmatic and innovative in their approach to information governance.

• Is results focused and can manage competing priorities.

• Demonstrates strategic and tactical thinking.

• Has experience and proven success in leading and implementing records management change.

• Works collaboratively and persuasively across the organization.

• Has experience developing user policies, processes in SharePoint Online that support lifecycle management and compliance requirements of its content.

• Demonstrates rigor and integrity in their decisions and actions.

• Understands how to handle confidential and sensitive information.

• Has excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

• Has well-developed leadership skills in a Unionized setting is preferred.


• Master’s Degree in Records Management, Library and Information Studies, or Archival Studies.

• Have a minimum of 3 years of related experience including the direct supervision of staff including planning and assigning work and meeting deadlines.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.

• An acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

• Certified Records Manager (CRM) or Certified Records Analyst (CRA) designation is an asset.

Other Information.

• Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.

• This position requires completion of a Police Information Check.

• A valid BC Drivers License.

• Competitive salary and benefits.

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