Public Records Supervisor

Under the supervision of the Records Manager, the Public Records Supervisor will have immediate supervisory authority over the Public Records Technicians in the Public Records Unit. This will include overall control of daily workflow. The Public Records Unit maintains a focus on managing and completing all incoming public records requests from within and outside the agency, documenting and tracking all dates relevant to public records requests, corresponding with parties requesting public records, preparing written cost estimates in conjunction with public requests, collaborating with agency personnel to ascertain the volume and nature of the records requested, performing and coordinating redaction of confidential, exempt, and sensitive information, utilizing agency software to identify, organize, and redact public records, remaining current on laws potentially impacting public records, and maintaining and updating a list of exemptions to public records per Florida law.

Salary range upon hire:  $36,081 - $44,293 (determined by acceptable prior related experience).
Long-term salary cap:  $60,244

  • 1 – 2 years related experience.
  • Ability to accurately enter and/or retrieve information from various computer systems in a timely manner.
  • Demonstrated skill in the use of computer and office equipment required to perform position tasks.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate information, verbal and written, to citizens and colleagues, and knowledge of public record laws and exemptions.
  • An associate’s degree or the equivalent amount of college credits from an accredited institution preferred but not a prerequisite.