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Job Title: State Records Administrator
Agency: New Mexico State Records Center and Archives
Job Relationships: Appointed by the Commission of Public Records
Salary Range: $65,000 to $90,000
Location: Santa Fe, NM
Closing Date:  04/09/2017

The Commission of Public Records is seeking applications for the position of State Records
Administrator. The State Records Administrator is appointed by and reports to the Commission
and serves as the director of the State Records Center and Archives (SRCA). The State Records
Administrator plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and evaluates all activities and programs of
the agency and plays a vital role in protecting, managing and preserving the permanent public
records of state government and the documentary heritage of the state of New Mexico. The
position requires the highest level of leadership and management skills in the fields of records
and archival management, and administrative law.

Complete Job Description HERE


To Apply, please visit the State Personnel Office HERE


Job Title: Agency Analysis Bureau Chief
Salary: $39,686.40 - $69,035.20 Annually
Location: Santa Fe (City), NM
Job Type: Permanent Position
Department: Commission of Public Records
Job Number: 2017-01312
Closing: 4/12/2017 11:59 PM Mountain

The purpose of the position is to manage the agency analysis bureau
within the Records Management Division.  This includes the development of
efficient  and economical records and information management (RIM)
programs for maintaining, retaining, preserving and disposing of official public
records by creating records and information management tools, best practices,
and standards.  This position supervises agency analysis staff (provides training
on RIM topics, conducts employment interviews, conducts interim and
annual performance, establishes and monitors work schedules, etc.) creates
RIM policies and procedures, administers an electronic content management system, 
administers the bureau's statistical databases, conducts legal and RIM industry
research, creates and presents rules to the Commission of Public Records, and
consults and advises governmental agencies on RIM principals..

To Apply, please visit the State Personnel Office HERE