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Records and Information Management Specialist (Clerk 14)

Bring your records management experience to serve democracy in British Columbia.
Join an innovative and recognized leader in electoral administration.

Records and Information Management Specialist (Clerk 14)
Competition #TA2019:06
Temporary, full-time from November 2019 until May 31, 2020 (may be extended)
A part time work arrangement may be considered for this position
$48,182.24 to $54,518.81 annually
Victoria, B.C.

Posting close date: November 1, 2019

Elections BC is looking for an experienced Records and Information Management Specialist for a temporary opportunity to maintain Elections BC’s records management program. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a planning and learning organization where teams collaborate and innovate to find the best possible solutions. Elections BC is an organization that values integrity, accountability and transparency, and strives to recognize individual ability and creativity.

The ideal applicant will have demonstrated experience in Total Records and Information Management software (TRIM), and the disposition and classification of government records. If you possess a strong concern for order, thrive in a process driven environment, and demonstrate enthusiasm for working independently to bring projects and tasks to completion, then we want to hear from you.

Elections BC is a non-partisan Office of the Legislature responsible for administering electoral processes in British Columbia in accordance with the Election Act, Local Elections Campaign Financing Act, Recall and Initiative Act, and Referendum Act.

To apply for this opportunity:

  • Review the job description.
  • Submit a cover letter and resume detailing your relevant work experience and qualifications. We strongly recommend you submit your application in .pdf format.
  • Include the position title and competition number in your cover letter or in the email subject line.
  • Applications may be submitted by email to jobs@elections.bc.ca, or by mail to:
    PO Box 9275 Stn Prov Govt Victoria, B.C. V8W 9J6


  • Regular employees of the BC Public Service hired under the Public Service Act may apply for this opportunity as a temporary appointment (TA).
  • Successful applicants who are not currently regular employees of the BC Public Service will be hired as a temporary employee under the Election Act.
  • An eligibility list may be established through this competition for similar vacancies in future temporary positions with Elections BC.

Elections BC is committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. To support this, we welcome diversity throughout our organization.

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