The fundamental reason that this position exists is to plan, organize and coordinate the creation, maintenance, storage, preservation, use and disposition activities in the management of a wide variety of county records and materials. The essential functions of this classification include: developing the archival program and work space; directing the County=s archival program; performing technical archival tasks; working with other county agencies in the systematic control of government records; supervising volunteers and staff; and performing other administrative duties as prescribed by the Probate Judge. The position is directly supervised by the Probate Judge.
Master’s degree in history, political science, government, library science, public administration, or a closely related field, including or supplemented by at least two graduate courses in archival administration. Two years of professional-level experience in archival work or records management. One year of professional-level experience in archival work or records management may be substituted for the archival administration courses.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the
requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.