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Monday, February 1, 2010

General Manager, University Records & Policy. University of Melbourne. Open until the 15th of February

University of Melbourne

Position no.: 0325020
Employment type: Full-time Continuing
Campus: Parkville
University Secretary’s Department
Division of the Senior Vice-Principal
Salary: $107,722 p.a. plus employer superannuation contributions of 17%
The General Manager, University Records and Policy is part of a senior management team within the University Secretary’s Department. The position is accountable to the University Secretary for the operational and strategic management of the University’s Corporate Records and Policy Framework. The General Manager provides expert advice to senior officers of the University on records management policy and University-wide leadership and expertise to Budget Divisions on Records and Policy management.
The position is accountable for developing, implementing and monitoring University-wide record-keeping and records management policies, standards and guidelines, ensuring that they: (i) provide for administrative accountability; (ii) comply with legislative and regulatory requirements; (iii) contribute towards administrative efficiency; and (iv) conform to professional practices and standards for both paper and digital records.
The General Manager leads and directs the operation of the University of Melbourne Policy Framework, including management of the central integrated database for all administrative and academic polices.
This position works closely with other University Divisions and Departments, in particular with, Information Technology Services (ITS) and Information Management, in developing enterprise wide records management systems, structures for the management of University records, and the University’s Policy Framework.
Closing date: 15 February 2010
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1 comment:

  1. Thanks again to the peerless Tom Adami (


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