Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives
Miloš Pavlović joined Blinken OSA’s Records Management team in 2005. He holds an MSc in Biology from the Faculty of Science at the University of Kragujevac, Serbia. After graduation, he conducted research at the Aquarium, the first public aquarium in Serbia, which preserves well-known eco-systems, and later worked as a Teaching Assistant for the subject Comparative Anatomy and Taxonomy of Vertebrates at the Institute of Biology, University of Kragujevac. In 2004, he moved to Budapest, where he was first employed as an Office Assistant and Analyst at the company International Accounting Service. At Blinken OSA, Miloš is responsible for the Central European University’s (CEU) and the Open Society Foundations’ (OSF) records centers and archival storages on both campuses, in Budapest and Vienna; for the implementation of records retention schedules and records management procedures, as well as for archival processing. The systematic approach he adopted during his studies has proved very beneficial in his current work. As part of his professional development, he became an ARMA International Certificate Holder in Essentials of Records and Information Management and received another ARMA International certificate in Generally Accepted Recordkeeping Principles.