Records Officer

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Median Average:
$55,000
Records Officer in Australia median base salary $55,000/yr. Information is based on 2 Records Officer jobs advertised between February 2023 and November 2023.
How much do Records Officer earn in Australia? The average salary of Records Officer is $55,000 in Australia
$55,000 /yr
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Average $55,000
Range $55K - $55K
Last updated February 16 2024
The average pay range for Records Officer is between $55K and $55K. Salaries vary from a low of $50K up to $60K per year. The average number of Records Officer roles advertised per month is 4 in Australia between February 2023 and November 2023.
What are the most common skills required to be a Records Officer? The most common skills required for a Records Officer are:
Administration Records Administrative Excel Records Superannuation Administration Administrative Audit Building Compliance Confidentiality Database Excel Legislation Policies Reception Records Remuneration Reporting Security Visio
See all 22 skills

These skills are most commonly found in Records Officer job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated January 31 2024
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Records Management & Document Control roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Records Management & Document Control roles. See what salaries they paid for Records Management & Document Control in Australia. See how they compare to the average Records Management & Document Control salary of $67,068.
Bendigo Kangan Institute
Melbourne (100%)
48

$70K-$120K

($27,932)

$70K-$120K
($27,932)
La Trobe University
Melbourne (100%)
48

$70K-$100K

($17,932)

$70K-$100K
($17,932)
V/Line Corporation
Melbourne (100%)
40

$85K-$105K

($28,320)

$85K-$105K
($28,320)
Toowoomba Regional Council
Brisbane (100%)
38

$50K-$79K

(($2,457))

$50K-$79K
(($2,457))
Taronga Conservation Society Australia
Sydney (100%)
32

$90K-$110K

($32,932)

$90K-$110K
($32,932)
Last Updated April 08 2022
How many years does it take to become a Records Officer?
Most candidates undertake an average of 7 years Administration & Office Support prior to being appointed as a Records Officer.
Average Administration & Office Support required to become a Records Officer
Last updated February 23 2024
Most candidates have on average 7 years working experience prior to becoming a Records Officer.
Average Administration & Office Support required to become a Records Officer
Last updated February 23 2024
Where are Records Officer in Australia sourced from?
Records Officer are sourced from
these companies
Department of Human Services
Logan City Council
Department of Defence
Liverpool Plains Shire Council
NSW Police Force
Records Officer are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
TAFE
The University of Western Australia
University of Technology, Sydney
The Australian National University
The University of Queensland
Last updated February 22 2024