Records Manager

City of Manteca

Records Manager
Manteca, CA

When you join team Manteca, you are more than just a cog in a machine. Here, you are shaping the culture of a vibrant and fresh team, while also building a better future for the residents of this proud and rapidly evolving City. In Manteca, we value true leadership. Those who never see roadblocks, just speed bumps. Those who are quick to celebrate the accomplishments of their team and still actively work to identify where things can be done better and more efficiently. Those who see the potential in their teammates and know how to empower them to be the best employee they can be.

The Records Manager performs a full range of moderate to highly responsible, confidential, and complex records and information management duties in support of the Citywide Records and Information Management (RIM) Program and initiates and manages records management projects. In addition, the Records Manager will administer and coordinate the activities and services of the Citywide RIM program including directing operations, overseeing scanning functions, directing ongoing maintenance of the Citywide retention schedule, and providing technical support and training for the Records Management program and related systems.

Education/Experience: Possession of a bachelor's degree in library science, archival science, public administration or related field. Possession of an associate's degree and an additional two years of relevant experience (for four years total experience) may substitute for the bachelor's degree. Possession of a Master's Degree in a related field is desirable.
Two years of progressively responsible experience in records and information management is required for this position.

Salary Range: $8,447-$10,268 per month.

To apply visit the City of Manteca website:

For questions and additional information please contact
Tricia Cobey, Human Resources Analyst 
Phone: 209-456-8710

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