Records Manager (FTC 18 months)

£36,592 - £43,049
10 Apr 2018
08 May 2018
Legal, Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time

Records Manager (FTC 18 months)


£36,592 - £43,049

Fixed term contract – 18 months


Our client's use of information is central to the quality of the service they give to people, the protection they provide patients, and their ability to influence stakeholders and public policy.

This role will support the Information Governance Manager to develop their data storage and retention framework and to ensure records are stored in a structured, efficient and user-friendly system, with our client being able to rely on information which is retrievable, authentic, accurate and only held for as long as it is needed.

You will work to ensure that they are compliant with all legal requirements in respect of paper and electronic records management, including GDPR. You will advise internal stakeholders and help them understand what records to hold, how they should be stored and when they should be destroyed.

You will play a critical role in a number of GDPR projects.

About you:

They are looking for someone with strong knowledge of Records Management (qualification or qualified by experience), a good understanding of the legal framework around information management and familiarity with information systems and archives. You will have strong communication skills and analytical skills with the ability to identify problems and develop solutions. You will have a broad understanding of ICT and be able to adapt to new systems, while understanding computer and confidentiality related legislation.

They are committed to equality and diversity. They encourage and support the recruitment, retention and career development of people from as wide a range as possible of ethnic, cultural and social backgrounds.


To reward you for your hard work and commitment, they offer an attractive benefits package that includes a generous pension scheme, flexi-time and 25 days’ annual leave (pro rata) plus bank holidays.


Closing date: 23:59 hours on Sunday 22 April.