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Information Officer perform a multitude of duties to provide information services internally to the organisation, externally to the public, or to both.Information is a valuable resource for many organisations. Consequently, it needs to be managed, stored and distributed effectively. You will be responsible for managing and maintaining databases, information catalogues and web resources, information officers use their expertise to make sure that the information they manage is safe, secure and easily accessible.
Information officers tend to enjoy a nine-to-five working schedule. However, it really depends what kind of information you are working with.
You'll generally need a library and information qualification accredited by the CILIP to work as an information officer. This is usually a postgraduate specialist qualification, with options to study full time, part time or by distance learning