Job Title Electronic Records and Information Manager
Location Chicago, IL
Job Type Full-Time Regular
Job Description


The Electronic Records Manager oversees and provides support to Records operations in all offices. He/she is involved with the disposition of client and firm records in all media formats. Directly supervises digitization processes and scanning staff. Must be familiar with and integrate digitization processes with traditional paper file creation, data collection, indexing, retrieval, storage, and destruction processes. Works across the enterprise; managing projects and advising on issues impacting electronic records and information management.

Primary Responsibilities:

Manage, promote, and grow paper-to-digital records conversion operations firm wide.

Oversee firm-wide records and information management systems.

Consult with C-level Execs, Firm Counsel and Administration on client and firm information matters.

Manage digitization/scanning staff members and processes in all offices.

Provide advice to attorneys, secretaries, paralegals and other firm staff as needed in the proper management, transfer, conversion, and disposition of client and firm records.

Primary Requirements:

Bachelor's degree preferred. RIM/IG certifications also preferred.

Supervisory experience.

At least five years’ records management experience, preferably in law firm or legal services.

Strong skill and experience with electronic records. Familiar with digitization processes, data collection, indexing, retrieval, storage, and destruction processes.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Ability to work independently, make decisions with minimum supervision, and take initiative.

Detail-oriented with a proven ability to take projects from planning through completion.

Strong interpersonal skills and a positive, can-do attitude.

Occasional travel to other US offices is required.

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