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Under the direction of the Director of Information Governance, the Information Governance Manager is responsible for leading a team in the execution of the firm's Information Governance strategy. This individual will work closely with firm practice groups, leadership, and administrative departments to ensure compliance with the firm's legal, regulatory, ethical, and client obligations.
These essential functions are primary job duties that incumbents must be able to perform unassisted or with some reasonable accommodation.
Set individual and team goals, ensuring team members are highly productive and continue to develop the skills needed to meet the business demands of the firm.
Provide ongoing performance feedback to Information Governance team members based on meaningful performance metrics and customer feedback.
Use data to analyze and optimize Information Governance processes to improve retention and disposition of records in alignment with firm Information Governance policies.
Oversee operations for assigned offices related to on-site and off-site records storage facilities, ensuring cost-effectiveness and adherence to records retention schedules.
Review and revise Information Governance policies and records retention schedules.
Work collaboratively with team members to create and implement retention and legal hold strategies for active storage of records across all systems.
Coach attorneys and legal teams on email management and electronic records management.
Oversee primary data management systems, including Records Management System and other key records repositories.
Perform other duties as assigned.
This position is eligible for an annual discretionary bonus, 401(k) plan, medical, dental, and vision insurance, accrued paid time off plan starting at 20 days annually, personal medical and parental leave, up to ten paid Holidays, and family care benefits. More information regarding benefits and programs may be found here.
This position may be filled in the following location(s). The compensation depends on qualifications and experience.
Washington State compensation range: $78,820 to $118,720 annually
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