Lead Records Administrator ‐ Compliance
The Lead Records Administrator ‐ Compliance is responsible for providing support to the Records
Management Services (RMS) Compliance Manager including assisting with efforts to maintain existing
compliance reporting and make improvements when required. The Lead Records Administrator ‐
Compliance also assists with designing compliance reporting where those reports do not currently exist
and conducts data analytics, using those analytics to make suggested improvements under the guidance
of the Compliance Manager. As an experienced member of RMS, the Lead Records Administrator ‐
Compliance assists in developing, executing and monitoring local and national RMS tasks, processes and
projects to facilitate customer‐oriented and compliance‐focused records processes, managing records‐
related risk to the Deloitte US Firm.
Illustrative Duties and Responsibilities
- Able to work proactively without significant guidance or direction to trouble shoot and problem
- Accountable and responsible for monitoring, measuring and reporting on compliance with external
- requirements and internal policies and practices pertaining to records retention for all business
- Actively participates in the execution of records management project initiatives.
- Develops compliance measures and reporting tools for all business areas.
- Documents standard operating procedures related to compliance with records management policies
- Escalates issues, risks, and decisions to the Compliance Manager as necessary and recommends
- mitigating actions.
- Generates reports on compliance metrics for various businesses and enabling areas and also
- manages the design and development of these reports.
- Implements innovative processes and procedures to increase department efficiencies, improve
- organization, and enhance services provided.
- Analyzes compliance data to identify trends; offers suggestions for compliance/process/system
- Performs other job‐related duties as assigned
Qualifications - Internal
- Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with customers
- Ability to understand and relate to the business objectives in relation to records management
- Ability to work productively with all levels in a large organization
- Ability to analyze data and provide recommendations based on that analysis
- Advanced Microsoft Office skills
- Advanced project management skills
- Demonstrated ability to execute required tasks within various electronic systems
- Drive for results ‐ maintains constant awareness of projects and maintains focus on short and long term
- Experience working directly with internal clients
- Good organization and communication skills
- Proficient in searching and navigating online systems
- Proven ability to work with virtual and global business teams
- SharePoint skills using database software, including searching, using queries, and running reports
- Understanding of RMS applications and processes
- Skills using database software, including searching, using queries, and running reports
- Understanding of RMS applications and processes
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
Required Licenses, Certifications, and Other Requirements
- Certified Records Manager (CRM) preferred
Education & Experience Preferred
- Bachelor's degree preferred
- 3‐5 years of related records, project, people, change, and relationship management experience
- Prior experience utilizing hard copy and/or electronic records management processes/systems preferred
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