Records advisers set up and monitor electronic and paper systems so staff in their organisations can file, track, find and correctly dispose of records. They also help staff with filing enquiries.
- Job opportunities
- Training usually required
- 1-4 years
Records advisers with one to five years' experience usually earn
$38K-$52K per year
Records advisers in senior roles and with more than five years' experience usually earn
$60K-$100K per year