$23.19-$34.71 Hourly / $4,019.60-$6,016.40 Monthly / $48,235.20-$72,196.80 Yearly
Plans, assigns, directs, and reviews the work of subordinate micrographics personnel; determines filing priorities and establishes workflow schedules; recommends employment, promotion, transfer, discipline, and termination of employees, as required; completes employee performance evaluations.
Advises departmental officials on micrographic needs; consults with vendors to determine proper materials, chemicals, and equipment; maintains storage system for security copies of films; obtains bid for micrographics equipment, file processing and duplication, and equipment maintenance.
Performs quality control review of a wide variety of documents and files generated by division staff to ensure conformance and standards; supervises exposure testing and measuring optical density of film; provides advice and technical guidance as necessary to help others.
Performs preventive maintenance, cleans, adjusts, and makes minor repairs on microfilm cameras and viewing equipment.
Is responsible for Records Center operation in absence of the Manager.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: the equipment, principles, and procedures utilized in shooting and processing microfilm and microfiche; the chemical testing procedures utilized in determining film quality; state rules and regulations pertaining to film quality and preservation.
Working knowledge of: effective supervisory techniques.
Ability to: plan, assign, direct, and review the work of subordinate personnel; operate, clean, adjust, and make minor repairs on micrographics equipment; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and municipal and state officials; prepare and present oral and written reports.
Skill in: the operation of micrographics equipment and the performance of chemical testing procedures; computer operations.