Under the supervision of the Director of Archives and Records Management, the Processing Archivist/Records Analyst splits his/her time between records management and archives responsibilities. This position supports the director to implement Archives/Records Management Policies & Procedures. Daily responsibilities include basic archival administration duties and providing a reference for DOSA staff and the public. Project work includes education on policies and Records and Information Management Standards.
For more information and to apply, please use this link: https://hr.dosafl.com/careers/?gnk=job&gni=8a78839e89b7fb2e0189c208ee6248e7
A master’s degree preferred in Library Science or Information Technology/Science with some experience or certifications in Archives and/or Records Management.
Proficient knowledge of basic Archives and Records Management principles.
Proficiency in MS Office tools including Access.
Experience researching new digital resources and testing new products or software.
Some knowledge and experience with digital to analog conversion projects.
Ability to work independently or as part of a team. Ability to work well with a variety of people from various backgrounds and cultures. Mature, friendly, and good-humored.
Must be able to maintain confidential information, exercise good judgment, and work independently as well as in a team environment.
Effective and exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent customer service skills.
Working/conversational knowledge of Spanish.
Creativity and orientation towards problem-solving.
The ability to respect, promote, accommodate, and not be in conflict with the mission, moral and social teachings, doctrines, and laws of the Roman Catholic faith.
Must successfully pass the required criminal background check prior to employment and maintain this clearance.
The Diocese of St. Augustine is comprised of 68 parishes & missions, and 38 schools over 17 counties in Northeast Florida. It supports 176,400 Catholics among a population of 2.4 million. The Diocese holds the oldest Catholic records in the country, dating back to 1594.