Records management, a key part of any effective information management strategy is an integral part of the majority of organisations today. Over the years, the area has become more complex as both technology and legislation have had their influences. For example, the Freedom of Information Act (FoI) first in place in 2000 and amended in 2007 had a dramatic impact on the management of records as for the first time it gave access to the public of information held by public bodies, or those providing a public service. Most recently the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU 2016/679, which becomes enforceable in 2018, covers the processing and free movement of all personal data of EU residents and citizens. It effects all companies processing such information and data and non-compliance can lead to heavy fines of up to 4% worldwide turnover. The movement towards digital information from paper records to the advent of cloud technologies for storing and accessing information and data has also had important implications for the management, storage and disposal of information and data. The sector now covers a diverse range of job roles and skill sets.
Here at CB Resourcing we have been working with records professionals supporting them through their career as they grow and progress from job role to job role. We have built strong relationships with records management professionals over the last few decades which has led to a unique insight into the development of the sector and the effect of changing technologies on the skill sets required. Through our work with records professionals over this time we have built a trusted network of records management professionals with a wide range of skill sets. The talent pool we draw from enables us to work successfully across industry sectors to source the right records professionals for the right job roles.
We work with Universities, Regulators, Public Bodies and Research Institutions, Investment Banks, Blue Chip Corporates, Strategy Consultancies and global Professional Services Businesses to source skills and talent in records management.
Typical roles include:
· Records Manager
· Director of Information & Records Management
· Archives Management
· Electronic Records Manager
· Information Governance Manager
· Information Risk Manager
· Records Assistant
· Records Co-ordinator
· Data Controller
· Information Officer
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