CODE: 0603 PAY GRADE: 25 (04) SALARY: $52,832.00 - $71,240.00/year
OPENING DATE: January 2, 2024
CLOSING DATE: January 15, 2024
Do you love to organize, categorize and catalog?
We need someone to manage the Office of Behavioral Health's information resources; specifically, to archive 20+ years of physical confidential client records, create and maintain a searchable electronic database of those records, design and maintain our shared document drives, manage our web resources, support Freedom of Access Act (FOAA) requests, and lead on DHHS Retention Policy matters for the Office.
This is a new and much needed role at the Office. It will plan and consult and then be expected to dig into the work. It is a full-time position located in Augusta and allows for partial telework with management approval. It reports to the Chief Operating Officer.
Ideally, we’re looking for someone with subject matter expertise in information resource management or library science. Someone with technical proficiency and experience in the creation of searchable electronic databases, management of websites, and design and organization of digital and physical document systems. Someone with knowledge of digital file formats, electronic records management, and digital persistence practice and theory. Someone who might be familiar with state government retention and archiving policies and procedures. Someone who can plan, develop, execute, maintain, and update. Someone who can communicate effectively. Someone with a 4-year degree and 4 years of related experience or no degree and 8 years’ experience.
HOW TO APPLY
Are you one or more of these someones? The skills and attitudes that will make this role successful can come from all sorts of backgrounds. We encourage you to upload your resume and tell us in a cover letter what makes our role the right fit for your skills. If you want to learn more about the role, please email Adrienne Leahey at Adrienne.Leahey@maine.gov. To request a paper application, please contact Ashley Smith at Ashley.Smith@maine.gov.
Be part of purposeful, transformative work. Through partnerships with local agencies, the Office of Behavioral Health (OBH) at Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) supports communities and helps individuals with mental health and substance use conditions to live lives of dignity, hope, and meaning. Enjoy a good salary, excellent benefits, and a workplace where everyone belongs.
Thank you for considering this role. We look forward to hearing from you.