Does identifying the current state of business processes and recommending improvements in records and information policies excite you? If you like to perform business analysis and know how to effectively communicate information in both written and verbal, then becoming an enterprise records analyst may be the right career path for you!
Enterprise records analysts execute business-wide programs and associated procedures for document processing used to acquire, archive, retrieve, exchange, and delete electronic records and papers. In simple terms, they analyze the workflow process and information processes to comply with all applicable laws, policies, and operation needs of a business.
Enterprise records analysts earn a national average salary of $62,453 in the United States. Although, take this with a grain of salt. Compensation may vary by location, years of experience, advanced certification, and additional skills. Most employers require applicants to have a bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in the field. Besides educational qualifications, they also require applicants to have strong communication skills, extensive knowledge in identifying organizational issues, and reading and interpreting plans, diagrams, and specifications.