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Posting Info

Posting Dates: 04/27/2018 - 06/28/2018

Job Family: Library, Research&Preservation

Department: Church History Department


The Church History Library seeks a qualified Records Manager to assist its Records Management Program by working with Church departments and offices to successfully meet their records management obligations and responsibilities. The individual will provide training and consultation based on records management principles to Church departments, monitor and report on the record-keeping status of departments, and ensure historically significant records are appropriately preserved. Customers include Church corporate leaders, administrators, and employees.  


  • Regularly visit Church departments to train on record-keeping principles, monitor and report on record-keeping status, and assist department representatives in achieving their goals.
  • Establish a training agenda and conduct training meetings for Church records coordinators.
  • Maintain the Church’s retention and disposition schedule with needed updates and revisions.
  • Contribute to records policy forming committees.
  • Work with IT professionals to develop tools that will monitor and improve Church record-keeping.
  • Work with IT professionals to provide electronic records management solutions to Church departments and entities by ensuring disposition of electronic records.
  • Assist in the development of the Records Management team website, records management training videos, and other marketing and training material.
  • Monitor success, track trends, and provide insight for improvements to the Records Management program by regularly reviewing metrics and measurements.
  • Further professional development and maintain professional standards by participating in job-related professional associations and through professional development training.


  • Master's degree with five years of experience or a bachelor’s degree with seven years of experience. Degree(s) should be in History, Library Science, Archival Studies, Business, Public or Non-profit administration or other related information field.
  • Prior experience with records management computer technology preferred.
  • Records management certification (CRM, CIP, IGP) preferred.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of and ability to implement records management principles and practices.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of Church history and its records.
  • Proven track record of effective collaboration, consultation, and ability to maintain healthy working relationships with teams, customers, and partners.
  • Ability to shape initiatives and projects while consulting with others.
  • Possesses enthusiasm for the work.
  • Proficient in strategic planning, decision-making, and project management.
  • Anticipates implication of problems, consults with others, analyzes options, selects and implements solutions.
  • Demonstrates superior oral and written communication skills with a willingness to listen and understand others with diverse goals.
  • Engaged, motivated, high-performing, and productive.

Worthiness Qualification

Must be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and currently temple worthy.

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