Reference # 19-00204 Title Knowledge Manager
Location Phoenix, ARIZONA
Position Type Right to Hire
Experience Level Right to Hire
Start Date / End Date 15-04-2019 --- 15-07-2019
As the Knowledge Manager, you will be responsible for the following tasks in line with strategy & planning:

- Prepare a long-term plan for knowledge and information asset management, based on business goals and input from stakeholders that includes an integrated approach to identifying, capturing, evaluating, retrieving, and sharing our information assets.

- Create relationships with sources of knowledge and information, including government agencies, content providers, trade associations, publishers, and so on.

- Establish and promote a culture of knowledge management practices based on proactive collaboration, information sharing, and learning.

- Establish and maintain communities of practice for the purpose of promoting knowledge management principles and strategies - enabling members to propagate these practices into their own organizations.

The successful candidate will bring their expertise in advanced content management, including indexing and creating taxonomy structures. Prior experience with content-database integration and a range of database platforms, including MS-SQL, MYSQL, PostgreSQL, SharePoint, Google G Suite, Confluence and/or CRM solutions is a must. You will bring your expertise in planning and performing migrations between document management systems (e.g. shared drives, SharePoint, Google Drive. You will have a strong knowledge of applicable data and copyright laws and will gain a good understanding of the organization's goals and objectives, as well as a strong knowledge of cataloging and archiving techniques. The successful candidate will have a basic understanding of project management principles and experience in gathering, analyzing and meeting business requirements. You will be highly self-motivated and directed with a keen attention to detail and advanced research, examination and investigative skills for online and print mediums. Experience in forming and managing communities of practice is desirable.

Finalists for this position will be required to submit to a criminal history investigation.

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Requires possession of and ability to retain a current, valid state-issued driver license appropriate to the assignment. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver license record checks, required to maintain acceptable driving records and complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12).