Job Posting – Director of Discovery Management Unit

Nationwide, Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio is seeking well qualified candidates for the position of Director, Discovery Management.

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The job is listed under “Director, Discovery Mgmt Unit, Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co, Ohio – Columbus.”

The job will only be posted for 30 days.  This position requires expertise and strong experience in eDiscovery, technology and litigation.  A short job summary is provided below. 

Job Title:  Director, Discovery Mgmt Unit , Job ID:  44722 ,  Location:  Ohio – Columbus 

JOB SUMMARY: Directs team responsible for overseeing the execution of the strategic vision, management, and overall operation of the Discovery Management Unit (DMU), comprised of the Discovery/Litigation Technology Teams and the Service of Process Team. Leads the activities of multiple legal and operational functions and processes; directs the implementation of proposed process and procedure enhancements. Oversees team that provides comprehensive support and guidance to internal and external legal counsel, compliance professionals and business unit leaders on the acquisition, assessment and delivery of information and documents in support of corporate discovery and/or large regulatory inquiries. Directs the development and implementation of processes, procedures and methods intended to ensure the efficient and effective handling of legal services and matters. Provides advice and consultation on enterprise- wide initiatives regarding electronic communication, IT systems policies, records retention and discovery risks.   Ensures all projects, tasks and activities are aligned with the company and legal standards and strategies.

Ohio State University – University Records Manager

[UDATE: This Career Opportunity is closed]

The Ohio State University Libraries invites applications for the position of University Records Manager. The Records Manager is part of the University Archives team and will be responsible for leading the University’s records management initiatives including developing policy, managing retention schedules, developing best practice guidelines for managing campus recordkeeping systems, and promoting the records management program.

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State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio – Records and Document Administration Manager

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State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio
275 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3771

Position Description

Title: Records and Document Administration Manager
Department/Section: EX/Legal
Grade: 10
Job Code: 1172

General Summary:

Under the direction of the General Counsel, administer the information architecture (including records retention and management) program for STRS Ohio.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Develop and administer records management policies and procedures designed to facilitate efficient handling of key business records, standardized filing, protecting and retrieving records, and maintaining retention and disposal schedules for STRS Ohio.
2. Verify the regulatory and legislative requirements for records management and digital asset management are met.
3. Ensure ownership and responsibility for managing STRS Ohio information is clearly established and that records are available and accessible to staff when necessary.
4. Act as a Custodian of Records for the organization, receiving and responding to requests for public records and subpoena for records, coordinating with the Legal Department on formal requests and formulation of responses, and authenticating or certifying copies of records.
5. Create and maintain databases for the control and retrieval of stored information.
6. Maintain knowledge of trends affecting records management and advise STRS Ohio on cost effective and efficient platforms to store and retrieve information.
7. Oversee the ongoing support, communication and education on records management to the entire organization.
8. Contribute in developing and maintaining the organization’s disaster recovery plan as it relates to the protection and recovery of records and information in the event of an emergency.
9. Identify and develop metrics to demonstrate the value and impact of this work moving forward. Prepare reports as needed on the records management program.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

1. Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as library science, records management, public or business administration required. Certified Records Manager and/or Compliance Certification preferred.
2. Five to seven years records management experience preferred.
3. Substantial knowledge of records management technology for document, records, email, and legal hold management. Also, knowledge of emerging trends and best business practices in records management required.
4. Awareness of the legal and regulatory frameworks governing record-keeping in a public sector environment (including the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Freedom of Information Act 2000).
5. High degree of planning/organizational skills with a strong attention to detail and the ability to meet deadlines.
6. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to make presentations to groups in a clear and accurate manner.
7. Forward-thinking, with an ability to anticipate and prepare for changing demands.
8. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with associates, members and other public and private sector organizations.
9. Excellent work record of attendance and punctuality; occasional evening, weekend and non-regular work hours required.

The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by persons assigned to this classification. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the persons so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of associates under supervision.

External applicants who meet the qualifications and would like to be considered for an interview should apply online at



Vision Search Partners – Legal RIM Professional

Vision Search Partners is working on behalf of a Professional Services Company that is hiring a full-time, permanent position for a legal client of theirs. They’re looking for a RIM professional with a bachelor’s degree preferably, but not required and at least 2-3 years of records management supervisory experience in a law firm. Management experience is required along with electronic records experience dealing with software programs like Acutrac, LegalKey, FileSurf, FileSite, eDocs, etc. The ability to travel to regional offices is also a requirement.

The Record Manager will manage and deploy the policies, procedures and systems necessary to support and continuously improve a comprehensive law firm Records Management program. He/she will provide firm-wide strategic oversight, day-to-day management, training and guidance on the firm’s records management and information governance policy and program covering electronic and physical records. He/she will be knowledgeable about the best practices and industry standards for the management of physical and electronic records and have an understanding of the laws governing the management of records in various locations and jurisdictions.

If you know someone that might be interested please have them contact me confidentially at 262-361-4912 or Feel free to forward this email to your network.

Vision Search Partners is a national recruiting firm that specializes in Records Management, Information Governance, Privacy, Security, Enterprise Content, and Digital Asset Management.