Electronic Records Coordinator – Top US Law Firm! Hybrid Working!

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  • Salary : Up to £35,000 + Benefits

Our client is a prestigious US law firm – they are now looking to recruit an Electronic Records Coordinator to join their team in London.

The Electronic Records Coordinator is responsible for all activities related to electronic records coordination for assigned offices.

The Electronic Records Coordinator assists both legal and non- legal staff in coordinating the life cycle of records in their original electronic format and digitizing physical records into the document management system, thus creating a complete electronic matter file.

The standard hours are 9.30am to 5.30pm. The salary on offer is up to £35,000 + generous benefits. This role is a permanent position, and the client are currently using a hybrid working approach (3 days in the office, 2 from home).

This is a great Electronic Records Coordinator opportunity to join a great US law firm!

Responsibilities as an Electronic Records Coordinator will include:

• Works with local teams to identify and remediate electronic filing concerns
• Utilising metrics, proactively reaches out to individuals within assigned offices to offer assistance with digital filing projects
• Works with the Technology Education department to identify commonly asked questions or concerns regarding electronic records management to develop QRGs, training classes, and other related educational material
• Serves as Information Governance liaison to Information Technology, Knowledge Management, and other departments regarding electronic records management needs for various initiatives.
• Educates users on the Firm standard for electronic records management, including proper foldering within the document management system and proper naming conventions for documents
• Monitors compliance to Firm policies regarding electronic records management; reports metrics as requested or required
• Facilitates the appropriate disposition of electronic records, including the archival and destruction

Requirements as an Electronic Records Coordinator include:

• Previous Electronic Records experience gained from a recognised law firm
• In depth understanding of matter-centric document management systems is required or equivalent combination of education and experience
• Proficient with MS Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Well organised with the ability to multi-task