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Division:

 

State and Local Records Management

Position Title:

 

Government Info Analyst I-III (Commensurate with Experience) 

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Work Location:

 

1201 Brazos - Austin, TX 78701

Working Hours:

 

M-F 8-5

Salary Group:

 

B-17, 18, 19

Classification No.

 

1570/1571/1572/Program Specialist I, II, III

Job Posting No.

 

00040629

Monthly Salary:

 

$3840  - $4550 /Month

Date Job Available:

 

April  15, 2024

Please paste the following URL into a browser to view the entire job posting in the CAPPS Career Section: Job Description - Government Info Analyst I-III (Commensurate with Experience) (00040629) (taleo.net)

TSLAC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability in employment or in the provision of services, programs, or activities. For job opening inquiries or to request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act please contact the TSLAC Human Resources office by calling 512-463-5474.

Applications submitted to TSLAC may be subject to public disclosure, upon request, pursuant to the Texas Public Information Act.

Veterans, Reservist or Guardsmen with an MOS or additional duties that fall in the fields of 357; 9970; 360; 02; 3A or other related fields pertaining to the minimum experience requirements may meet the minimum qualifications for this position and are highly encouraged to apply. Please call Human Resources at (512) 463-6564 with questions or for additional information.
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Description
 
The Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) is seeking a Government Information Analyst to join our innovative and collaborative Records Management Assistance team within the State and Local Records Management (SLRM) division based in Austin, Texas. 

The Government Information Analyst (GIA) guides and supports Texas state agencies and local governments through their records and information requirements and questions through consulting, training, research, and development of resources. The person in this position will join a team of (7) other GIAs and eventually serve as main contact for a region of the state and portion of state agencies. 

SLRM is a great place to start or continue a career in records and information management in a team-oriented environment that supports continuous learning and opportunities for creative thinking. Work alongside seasoned veterans as you interact with state agencies and local governments, advising them on a variety of records management issues and grow into a seasoned veteran yourself with opportunities to take leadership roles and develop project management skills. The person in this position will have the potential to work remotely 2-3 days each week based on 6 months of successful performance.

You may be a good fit in this position if you are:

•    Enthusiastic about building relationships and helping others understand complex issues;
•    Energized by focusing on individual projects while also working in a collaborative environment; and
•    Open and flexible to implementing various approaches to work such as researching topics, writing blog articles, consulting on specific questions, and developing and delivering training in-person or online.

If you’d like to:

•    Seek opportunities to grow professionally and advance via a career ladder;
•    Grow your knowledge and experience in records and information management; and
•    Collaborate with state and local officials to ensure government information is stored, retained, and made accessible effectively.

 
Qualifications
 
TSLAC would love to hear from you! Read further for more information about our agency and the levels of GIA we’re hiring.

Who We Are:
TSLAC is a mid-size state agency whose mission is to provide Texans access to the information needed to be informed, productive citizens by preserving the archival record of Texas; enhancing the service capacity of public, academic, and school libraries; assisting public agencies in the maintenance of their records; and meeting the reading needs of Texans with disabilities. 
The agency provides a good work-life balance and support for employees.

What you will gain:
-    Salary based on where you start on the division’s career ladder. See salary ranges below. 
-    Benefits include medical insurance, sick leave, vacation leave and retirement benefits. Learn more: https://www.ers.texas.gov/benefits-at-a-glance. 
-    Up to 17 days of holidays: https://hr.sao.texas.gov/Documents/Holidays/Holidays2024.pdf 
-    Potential to work remotely 2-3 days each week based on 6 months of successful performance.
-    Additional learning and training opportunities as budget and time allow.
-    Skill and experience with consulting, public speaking, training development/delivery, and critical thinking, just to name a few.

What does the job look like? 
We are hiring for a range of Government Information Analysts. Amount of supervision and level of responsibility dependent upon classification.

-    Advise and guide Texas government officials on information management issues, state records laws and rules, and the development of compliant information management practices.
-    Conduct and develop new and established training programs and presentations to promote sound government information management practices.
-    Guide the development of program policies and appraise records retention schedules to coordinate state and local government actions to comply with Texas records management laws and rules.
-    Research, analyze, and evaluate new and existing state, federal, or judicial legislation, administrative rules and guidelines, industry standards and regulations, advances in information management technologies, and issues of strategic importance to determine impacts on information management programs.
-    Recommend and implement revisions to administrative rules and guidance for improvement of information management programs, as applicable.
-    Participate in special projects, both internal (agency or division), or external (with federal, state, and local governments and/or legislative committees).   

What does it take to qualify (minimum)?
For Government Information Analyst Trainee: Salary Range: $3,840-$3,970
-    A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university, OR four years of full-time relevant experience in at least three of the following areas of knowledge and expertise may be substituted for education on a year for year basis: 

Areas of knowledge and expertise: develop or deliver training modules; electronic records management; physical and/or electronic inventory; managing information using a retention schedule; development or implementation of policies and procedures; imaging applications; implementation of filing systems; data classification; archival appraisal; information security; business continuity; or warehouse management.

For Government Information Analyst II: Salary Range: $4,130-$4,270
You must have the Analyst I qualifications above, and:
-    One year of full-time records management work experience in at least three four of the twelve specific areas of knowledge and expertise below.
-    Six months experience delivering face-to-face or web based training modules.

Areas of knowledge and expertise: develop or deliver records management training modules; electronic records management; physical and/or electronic records inventory; records retention schedule development; implementation of records management policies and procedures; imaging applications; design and implementation of filing systems; data classification; archival appraisal; information security; business continuity; or records center management.

For Government Information Analyst III: Salary Range: $4,410-$4,550
You must have the Analyst I qualifications above, and:
-    Two year of full-time records management work experience in at least three four of the twelve specific areas of knowledge and expertise below.
-    One year experience developing and delivering face-to-face or web-based training modules on records management.

Areas of knowledge and expertise: develop and deliver records management training modules; electronic records management; physical and/or electronic records inventory; records retention schedule development; development and implementation of records management policies and procedures; imaging applications; design and implementation of filing systems; data classification; archival appraisal; information security; business continuity; or records center management. 

Other things we look for (preferred):
-    Bachelor’s or master’s degree in information science, public or business administration, history, or government
-    Experience developing or delivering face-to-face or web-based training modules
-    Experience in assisting with or conducting records inventories and developing retention schedules
-    Experience developing rules for ingesting, managing, or dispositioning electronic records
-    Experience with records management programs
-    Knowledge of federal and Texas statutes, Attorney General opinions, and regulations affecting records management

What else to know before applying?
-    If applicable, provide complete college transcripts at the time of application
-    If selected for an interview you will have to demonstrate your ability to communicate using well-organized and grammatically correct English and show your ability to follow instructions. 
o    You will need to submit a writing sample with your application – of a training module preferably (required for Analyst III), but a college paper or work policy or procedure you authored will work as well. 
o    You will also complete an in-basket exercise and prepare a 15-minute instructional presentation on a non-records management subject of your choice, to be delivered right after the interview.
-    Occasional work over 40 hours a week may be required for which you will earn compensatory time.
-    Overnight travel and travel by vehicle and commercial air required.
-    Must have valid Texas driver license or obtain Texas driver license within 30 days of employment.
-    Copy of valid auto insurance card and driving record required of selected applicant.

SUPERVISION
Reports to Manager, Records Management Assistance
No supervisory responsibility

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