Resume Templates: Management Analyst


123 Fake Street | City, State, Zip Code Cell: 000-000-0000 | Home: 000-000-0000 |

Professional Summary
Results-driven, highly efficient records management professional with over 23 years’ consistent contributions implementing policies and procedures to manage records and information for the FDIC. Highly efficient, energetic leader with proven track record of completing projects early through ability to gain buy-in of employees across divisions. Adept at coordinating multi-faceted projects and executing with highest level of discretion and professionalism. Extensive experience in project planning, administration, operations, problem resolution and team leadership. Specialized expertise in timely maintenance of records for FDIC systems and processes.

Recipient of award for developing division office specific business records website in 2013. Mission Award for leadership in end-to-end planning, coordination and execution of RIM Booth IT Symposium in 2012. Special Achievement Award for developing supply store website and creating InfoPath form with electronic routing in 2011. Star Award for improving records and information management during realignment transition in 2011. Mission Achievement Award for leading the innovative redesign of performance evaluation forms with interactive functions and calculations built in using Adobe LiveCycle in 2009. Special Act Award for developing RIM website. As President of Toastmaster’s Club, fostered growth in communication and leadership for 60 employees.

Management Analyst August 2002 to Current Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Records Management: As the records liaison to the Division of Administration (DOA) with 500 employees on records management related issues, coordinate projects with the Records and Information Management Program. Determine the recordkeeping requirements that ensure proper documentation of FDIC business operations. Meet legal, financial and administrative requirements in developing document libraries for the DOA. Conduct records inventories and analyze and categorize records for records retention schedules. Prevent loss of relevant information by overseeing the administrative hold process with 109 retention codes to preserve records and information. Policies and Procedures: Direct, design, develop, recommend and implement records management-related systems and activities. Develop, implement and maintain policies and procedures for the recording, indexing, filing, and retrieving of active documents and the storage of inactive documents. Create work plan for the records management function and review, evaluate and makes recommendations on work products, methods, procedures, and policies. Edit the records retention schedule and RIM Policy Manual according to unit procedures. Present instructional and reference materials to explain and clarify policies and guidelines to clients. Relationship Development: In conjunction with the headquarters record liaisons, monitor FDIC employees indefinite managed folder to ensure compliance with policies and schedules. Advise staff in other departments on the management of their records and information and collaborate with staff to plan and identify scope of projects. Communicate with FDIC employees and outside personnel officials of other governmental agencies, vendors and the public seeking assistance in the areas of directives, forms and correspondence. Coordinate with DIT to troubleshoot and resolve system problems, document presented issues and make system modifications. Negotiate with DIT and vendors to change policy and security settings in applications after system upgrades to prevent negative impact on FDIC corporate-wide programs.

James Gordon