The Records Specialist performs customer service assistance to both internal and external customers, complex record keeping including compiling statistics, data entry, filing, proofreading, scanning, retrieval of police reports and other forms, maintenance of computerized records management system, queries state and national criminal justice information systems, and other clerical work as needed. Depending on the assignment, the Records Specialist may also make entries to state and national criminal justice information systems.
Salary Range for Records Specialist is $38,043.20 - $55,307.20 annually.
The Records Specialist position performs duties and responsibilities commensurate with assigned functional area within a department(s) which may include, but are not limited to, any combination of the following tasks:
The computerized pre-employment test used by the Scottsdale Police Department measures skills and abilities a person needs to possess prior to any training they might receive if they are hired as a records specialist.
The test requires applicants to read and follow instructions, as well as listen over a headset. All tests are self-scoring.
The skills tested by the Scottsdale Police Department include the following:
Records Specialists perform a variety of duties that help support the work of sworn officers and other City of Scottsdale departments. Records specialists work four 10-hour shifts varyingbetween Monday - Friday from 0600-1830 hrs, and handle duties for both internal and external customers.
The job of a Records Specialist is fast paced and varied. Some of the duties performed daily are listed below:
The typical training for a Records Specialists lasts approximately 9-12 months. During this time the trainee rotates through the various tasks, taking on more responsibility as training progresses. Since the trainee rotates to different trainers, the shift worked may also change.
The City of Scottsdale is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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