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Friday, May 23, 2014

Records & Technology Compliance Officer, Morgan Stanley (NY)

Records and Technology Compliance Officer, Morgan Stanley – NY

Morgan Stanley seeks Legal or Compliance professional with significant experience in recordkeeping program development and administration, including implementation of supporting policies, procedures and records and content management systems. Familiarity with related disciplines such as information security, privacy and e-discovery, and experience within or advising a financial services company preferred.

Candidates will ideally have formal education or training in records management, such as a degree in library science and/or a CRM certification, as well as demonstrated experience in practical application of recordkeeping principles to physical and electronic records and information management practices.

The position will report to a senior Global Compliance attorney and coordinate with internal and outside recordkeeping counsel and advisory firms. The position will be primarily responsible for day-to-day administration of the firm’s global recordkeeping program, including routine advice to internal staff on recordkeeping policies, procedures and systems, and maintenance of the firm’s records retention schedule and roadmap for supporting technology systems. The position is part of a combined team of Compliance, IT, Law and Records Management professionals. Represents a unique opportunity to participate in a multi-disciplinary team advising a major global corporation on cutting-edge law and technology issues. Involves contact with senior professionals throughout the global organization.

Specific duties would include:
- General administration of the firm’s global records and information management program in coordination with program counterparts and global control function and business contacts.
- Maintain global recordkeeping policies and standards, including the firm’s records retention schedule and roadmap for supporting technology systems.
- Participate in researching and analyzing emerging records- and technology-related legal and regulatory issues.
- Advise on business requirements and participate in implementation of records and information management systems.
- Advise on related physical and electronic recordkeeping issues such as legacy content remediation, legal entity acquisitions and divestitures, and records and information classification, legal hold and disposition protocols.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree, preferably with an emphasis in library science or a related information management field.
- Certified Records Manager or similar professional designation preferred.
- 8+ years experience in records and information management program administration, including demonstrated experience in implementing supporting technology systems.

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