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Job: Public Records Officer, University of Oregon

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Public Records Officer, University of Oregon

The Public Records Officer (PRO) is a position in the new Public Records Office that reports directly to the President and is responsible for the effective, timely and thorough compliance with the public records law and managing, processing, and completing all public records requests submitted to the University of Oregon. The PRO analyzes each request, determines where responsive records are located, and communicates with other offices to gather the responsive records. With advice as needed from the Office of the General Counsel, the PRO will determine whether records are exempt from disclosure or prohibited from being disclosed and respond to the request accordingly. Currently the university receives 125 – 150 public records requests annually….” (Link to full post or U of O HR homepage.)

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