Minimum Starting Salary: $20.78 to 25.98 per hour, depending on qualifications Grade S14
NATURE OF WORK:
Performs responsible technical and supervisory work involved in the management of active, inactive, and vital city records and records retention for the City, in compliance with the State of Florida Records Schedule. Responsible for designing, implementing, maintaining and promoting a city-wide records management program, coordinating the development of record retention schedules, supervising the storage, retrieval, and destruction of records in accordance with State of Florida guidelines. Supervises operations of the city's public records request section. Develops procedures and is responsible for quality assurance and compliance issues. Has budgeting and time management oversight responsibilities and is involved with staff training, evaluation and development. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Deputy City Clerk.
Associate Degree in Business Administration, Management or related field with courses in records management plus four years experience in records and information management with knowledge of computer technology system implementation, Florida Sunshine manual, State of Florida Records Schedule; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Valid Florida Driver's License required.
VALID DRIVER LICENSE FROM ANY STATE MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME OF INTERVIEW. FLORIDA DRIVER LICENSE MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF EMPLOYMENT.
St. Johns River Water Management District - Division Director
Base Salary: $110,822.40
This is work directing all the activities of the Division of Management Service which includes the Office of Human Resources, Office of Communications, Office of Business and Administrative Services and the Risk Management function.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and ten years of progressively responsible management experience in a related field, three of which must have been in a supervisory capacity. A master's degree from an accredited college or university can substitute for one year of the required non-supervisory experience. Professional experience as described above can substitute on a year- for-year basis for the required college education.