Job Information Records Officer 1 (PIDG/RIM 2) (2 posts) Company Information
Contact Name Office of the Services Commission
Contact Email communications@osc.gov.jm
Job Information
Job Type Full-time
Department Ministry of Labour and Social Security
Category Administrative
Posted 16-02-2024
Job Status
Start Publishing 16-02-2024
Stop Publishing 23-02-2024
Description
Applications are invited to fill the following vacant post in the Ministry of Labour and Social Security: Records Officer 1 (PIDG/RIM 2) (2 posts), Disabilities Rights Tribunal Department, salary range $1,550,136 - $2,084,761 per annum.
 
Job Purpose
 
The effective and appropriate management of the Dispute Resolution Tribunal (DRT) records from their creation through to their eventual disposal.
 
Key Responsibilities
Management/Administrative:
  • Liaises with relevant Departments;
Technical/Professional:
  • Deals with incoming requests for information and retrieval of information (files/documents);
  • Maintains records listing of all files and official documents within the DRT;
  • Ensures the maintenance of a “bring up” system for files within the DRT;
  • Ensures that active and semi- active records are stored in safe and clean environment;
  • Identifies records for transfer to storage and to the Jamaica Archives and Records Department when necessary;
  • Undertakes timely audits;
  • Liaises with relevant Administrators and Officers to ensure the proper creation and maintenance of files;
  • Assists in the arrangements for facilitating the public access to records in keeping with the Access to Information Act;
  • Participates in records inventory and retention schedule projects;
  • Ensures that the Unit has adequate office supplies.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Competencies Core
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Interpersonal communication skills
  • Concerns for quality and standards
  • Time management
  • Excellent planning and organization skills
  • Teamwork and cooperation
Technical
  • Sound knowledge of records management
  • Sound knowledge of relevant computer applications
  • Computer Proficient (Microsoft word, Excel, Access)
Minimum Required Qualification and Experience
  • Four (4) GCE O’Levels/CXC subjects including English Language and a numeric subject.
  • Certification in Library and Information Studies or any other related filed from a recognized University
  • Training in Records Management (MIND)
  • Training in relevant software (an advantage)
  • Two (2) years working in the field.
  • Special Conditions Associated with the Job
  • Exposure to old files that can get dusty and affect sinuses and other illnesses.
Applications accompanied by résumés should be submitted no later than Thursday, 22nd February, 2024 to:
Senior Director, Human Resource Management and Development
Ministry of Labour and Social Security
14 National Heroes Circle
Kingston 4
Email: resume@mlss.gov.jm
Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
 
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