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Technology Management

Management Information Systems

Competencies

  1. Direct or develop management information systems
  2. Apply current technology to the storage, security, analysis and communication of data
  3. Evaluate the cost benefit of information in relation to organizational value
  4. Develop a records management system that complies with legal requirements
  5. Coordinate and monitor computerized management systems used in decision making
  6. Assist and coordinate the gathering and reporting of information for statutory reports
  7. Assist with the development, evaluation, implementation and use of technology in areas of responsibility
  8. Assist with long range technology planning
  9. Promote and assist with technology training
  10. Allocate financial resources and specifications pertaining to the purchase and installation of applicable technology and infrastructures within the system.

 

Records Management

Competencies

  1. Support the plan, design, implementation and maintenance of records management programs and services
  2. Ensure the development of a process to capture, collect and receive records from internal or external sources.
  3. Ensure there is a system to design and apply classification schemes that ensures consistent methods of organizing, describing and accessing information.
  4. Ensure the system provides access to information within established organizational polices , legal concerns, information and privacy legislation and copyright.
  5. Ensure a system is in place to store, preserve and protect information, including business resumption plans, and security systems for physical storage and electronic records.
  6. Develop a records retention policy and schedule for appropriate retention and disposal of records.
  7. Review and assess document management systems for the acquiring, creating and maintaining electronic records.
  8. Specific understanding of privacy legislation, copy right, internal policies as it relates to collection, use, retention and disposal of personal, organizational or third party information.
 

Privacy and Security

Competencies

  1. Ensure that appropriate data security and privacy of records are maintained.
  2. At minimum a working knowledge of FOIPP and related internal policies and procedures.
  3. Ensure responsible use of information and information technology, including administrative, physical and technological security controls and role-based access
  4. Develop breach and incident management protocols
  5. Evaluate risks and benefits of cloud computing services and review service providers agreements for compliance with privacy legislation

Intellectual Property

Competencies

  1. Comprehend, assist, analyze values of intellectual property models and related legal principles
  2. Identify types of intellectual property and related infrastructures
  3. Understanding of Copyright Laws and other related legislation and regulations that may apply to the development and/or use of materials by all stakeholders within the system.