Records & Document Management Analyst

Records & Document Management Analyst

Work location: 250 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH

Standard Hours: 8:30 to 5:00

Position Type: Contract.  Potential transition to permanent

Pay Rate:  Hourly rate determined based on skill and experience.

Time Frame: Up to 18 months with possible extension.  Length of contract is not guaranteed. 


The Records and Document Analyst is responsible for management and disposition of all paper and electronic records.  He/she is responsible for handling incoming and outgoing records including the maintenance of online record systems and inventories both on and off-site.  He/she provides guidance to business partners to understand and document their needs while creating implementing procedures and standards.  

Primary Responsibilities:

Management of onsite and offsite data records inventory.

Creation and implementation of new and existing document management procedures.

Assure that Document Management practices are being followed throughout the organization.

Liaison with internal Business Partners and outside RIM vendors regarding company policies, and procedures while addressing any issues or gaps.

Represent Document Management in organizational projects as necessary. 

Performing other records management and administrative duties as requested.

Primary Requirements:

A Bachelor’s degree is preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

A minimum of 5 years relevant experience in records and document management.

Experience in the creation and implementation of document management standards and procedures.

Experience with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and MS Project.  Experience with SharePoint, Visio, and SQL is a plus (not mandatory).

Experience with document scanning processing and RIM vendor software (FileBridge/OmniRim, Iron Mountain Connect) is a plus.

Experience working with end users within the business; understanding their needs and applying it to the records and document management system, work flows, policies and standards.

Ability to deal with ambiguity and proven ability to manage tasks with competing priorities and deadlines, independently determining order of priority and self-initiating other value-added tasks.

Excellent customer service, interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.

Self-starter with a proven ability to take initiative and work independently with minimal direct supervision.

Hard-working with strong attention to detail.

Ability to work productively with individuals at all levels with strong integrity and professionalism.

Beth Hynes, CRM, IGP
Vision Search Partners
An affiliate of MRINetwork
Managing Director