Bureau Records Management Assistant
City of Portland
Equal Opportunity Employer
Work Study Positions are open and available only for students with college Work Study grants approved by a college Financial Aid Office.
Job Title: Bureau Records Management Assistant
Agency: Bureau of Environmental Services
Contact Person: Rhonda Anderson
Address: 888 SW 5th Avenue #400 – Portland, OR 97204
Hours: 20-30 hours per week, up to 6 months; flexible hours between 8am and 5pm
Pay: $11.00 per hour
*Easy commute to downtown office via public transportation
*Position will remain open until filled.
The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) Work Study Intern position in the Coordinated Site Analysis (CSA) program will sort and organize CSA historical paper files to a final paper product. In addition, this position will scan and classify all CSA final records to the City’s TRIM archiving system in accordance with known retention requirements and bureau standards. Records may include environmental reports, figures, environmental studies, environmental investigations, technical documents, photos, point in time databases, and various other electronic and paper correspondence types.
Description of Duties:
- Assist with a variety of projects pertaining to historical and non-active program records
- Purge Project Files of completed projects. File contents are reviewed and non-essential documents are removed and discarded as appropriate.
- Prepare Files for Archiving. File content is reviewed and documents are scanned and properly identified and named according to specific convention for entry in to TRIM document storage system. Digitized files are verified to ensure quality control.
- Various General Office Duties: Filing, data input, copy, sort and scan documents.
Applicants are required to be actively enrolled in college and have a Federal Work-Study Aid award
Experience working with computers and standard office equipment
Ability to lift and carry boxes up to 30 lbs
Ability to sit, stand, and bend for extended periods
Detailed oriented with the ability to interpret and categorize materials
Ability to follow instructions and ensure compliance with instructions and standards
Ability to track projects from beginning to completion
Must have excellent organization, communication and analytic skills
Knowledge of environmental science/engineering preferred
Knowledge and/or experience with reference and records management preferred but not required
Ability to work independently
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