Are you organized, patient and analytical? If so, you might want to consider a career in file management. People with careers in file management are responsible for the records of an organization from creation to organization to disposal. It can lead you to work in many different industries, from healthcare to finance.
Careers in records management are multi-faceted and do not require just filing documents. They often involve a combination of roles, including project and IT management, compliance, and archiving. The following can be expected of a record manager:
Make business ready executives with the right information to make better decisions.
Careers in file management are generally competitive, as there are only a relatively limited number of possibilities. As a result, companies want to see candidates with experience in voluntary or paid positions. Most archive managers have a degree, but most employers do not require a degree. However, they may require a postgraduate degree in records, archive and / or information management. In fact, many people move to file management after earning the appropriate postgraduate qualification from scientific research or technology roles. If you're looking for a career in file management, it's helpful to be organized, patient, and analytical. Other key capabilities include:
Access Records Management works with Records Managers in many different organizations in the UK to help them save, scan, and destroy their corporate documents. We help them keep records and save time by keeping files safe and accessible.
To find out how we can help you manage your records, contact our document storage specialists today. Alternatively, if you'd like to learn more about a record management career, contact our team today.