EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

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Ediscovery analyst provides project management support in the planning and delivery of electronic discovery best practices for identification, preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information.

EDiscovery Analyst Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Resolve or elevate issues that arise during data collection
Ability to support Legal Counsel, stakeholders, on eDiscovery tools and techniques
Ensuring staff are on the right cost centres
Submitting HRF’s in a timely manner to the Chief Operating Office (COO), to provide regular updates to stakeholders on hiring pipeline progress and tracking all hire requests in line with the submitted plans
Working with project managers to determine next year RTB impacts, from this year’s CTB projects
Preparing monthly financial reports for eDiscovery management
Maintaining financial tracker spreadsheets for budget monitoring and forecasting
Ensuring vendor Purchase Orders are created in a timely and accurate fashion
Liaising with Retrieval Team Leads to obtain and then utilise their teams timesheet reporting, for allocating costs to the business as usual, the eDiscovery medium and high profile investigation cases
Working in partnership with the Executive Management Report (EMR) teams, to ensure they meet their financial targets, advising on any corrective actions required

EDiscovery Analyst Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for EDiscovery Analyst

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: PMP, ACE, CFCE, RCA

Education for EDiscovery Analyst

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the ediscovery analyst job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Associate Degree in Computer Science, Business, Technical, Information Technology, Education, Technology, Information Systems, Engineering, Legal, Computer

Skills for EDiscovery Analyst

Desired skills for ediscovery analyst include:

Data collection
Chain of custody best practices
Active Directory
Automation via scripting
Batch jobs
Data storage
E-Discovery practices and tools
Electronic Discovery Reference Model
Forensics technologies for supporting investigations
Industry trends

Desired experience for ediscovery analyst includes:

Ability to work on multiple, simultaneous cases in a time-pressured environment where priorities are constantly changing
Familiarity, knowledge and use of eDiscovery Electronic Stored Information investigation, preservation, disposition, recovery and analysis of data from IT Systems
3-4 years of experience in forensics with advanced working knowledge of forensic processing tools
Experience with Unix, Linux, Mac, and Windows systems, and an admin level understanding of the various protocols involved in data sharing and communications
Ability to organize data sets for delivery
Building a extended Data Out (eDO) dashboard showing team Key Performance Indicators

EDiscovery Analyst Examples


EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an ediscovery analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for ediscovery analyst
  • Providing support for organising eDO townhalls and specific presentations as required
  • Interacting with other Tech Supply teams, multiple Finance teams, COO, Global Sourcing, MSPs internal clients, including Group Data Management, Legal, Corporate & Investment Bank, Global Markets and Asset & Wealth Management
  • The ability to challenge and communicate changes in the portfolio
  • A bachelors degree in Business Administration, Finance or a related field or have the equivalent experience or qualifications
  • Able to support senior members of the organisation and collaborate effectively with peers
  • Able to deliver analyses and reporting to higher management level
  • Able to maintain financial reporting that is transparent and drives critical project discussions
  • A strong experience in Information Technology in large scale environments, operational experience and technical education
  • Able to multi-task whilst remaining calm, controlled, level headed and rational, especially in stressful situations and under the pressure of strict deadlines on multiple projects in a fast-paced, high-volume production environment
  • Able to act with integrity and demonstrate trust and fairness
Qualifications for ediscovery analyst
  • Analytical with a strong attention to detail and problem solving skills
  • Able to build relationships and work well in a team environment
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred in a technical field
  • Ensure adequate and timely receipt, tracking, and response to eDiscovery and computer forensic requests to meet audit, compliance and legal requirements
  • Conduct forensic examinations of electronic evidence, including computer-related equipment, and mobile devices
  • Carry out laboratory processes such as acquisition, archival and analysis

EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an ediscovery analyst. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for ediscovery analyst
  • Use forensic software applications to analyze electronic media
  • Physically disassemble and reassemble computers and related hardware
  • Collect, document, transport, label, and secure evidence during forensic processing
  • Communicate complex technical matters with colleagues both internal and external to IT including Legal, Human Resources, and other Business groups
  • Data hosting
  • Provide technical support to Project Managers, Government Contract Officer Representative (COR), Government Case Managers, Government Attorneys and Case Team as needed
  • Manage Concordance
  • Support iCONECT
  • Supporting Relativity
  • Communicate with Project Managers and other staff regarding work order due dates and requirements
Qualifications for ediscovery analyst
  • Working knowledge of computer forensic tools such as EnCase, FTK, Nuix or other open source tools
  • Endpoint and network forensic experience
  • Experience in digital investigation report writing and presentations
  • Strong verbal, written communication skills proficiency in meeting facilitation
  • Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully to technical and non-technical individuals senior management audiences
  • QC production deliverables

EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is hiring for an ediscovery analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for ediscovery analyst
  • Recommend and implement changes to documentation, training materials and SOP’s
  • Troubleshoot technical problems and answer questions from staff and clients
  • Possess the ability to learn new software tools and teach others
  • Collection and preservation of email PSTs, home directories, SharePoint and Application System’s ESI
  • Encryption of all ESI going to outside counsel or 3rd party vendor
  • Maintain chain of custody for all evidence
  • Maintain process documentation for eDiscovery
  • Experienced in using tools for case management, email archive, and Clearwell
  • Daily review of electronic communications, evaluate and improve queries
  • Assist with responses for litigation and regulatory requests
Qualifications for ediscovery analyst
  • 3+ years of in-depth experience using Relativity and iCONECT and Concordance is required
  • 2-4 years eDiscovery experience required
  • Exercises moderate independent judgment with direction from supervisor Verbal and written communication skills, problem solving skills, attention to detail and interpersonal skills (Required)
  • Basic knowledge of computer software, such as Microsoft Office, Safecopy, FTK, etc (Required)
  • Provide excellent eDiscovery service delivery to our internal Legal organization external counsel
  • Suggest innovative solutions to improve the capability of the eDiscovery team, simplify operations, and overcome any challenges that may be encountered

EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is growing rapidly and is searching for experienced candidates for the position of ediscovery analyst. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for ediscovery analyst
  • Support various members of the Compliance staff on projects and initiatives
  • Assist with eDiscovery technology support and enhancements
  • Manage daily responsibilities with utmost discretion
  • Perform electronic file conversion and processing, hands-on file manipulation and loading of processed data into a review platform
  • Responsible for ensuring that incoming productions are made in accordance with the applicable ESI specifications
  • Ensures the accuracy of data loading, manipulation, and conversion by performing and documenting quality checks
  • Running searches and queries, setting up workflows, and preparing productions out of Relativity
  • Learn proprietary software (Sonian IBM, Google Vault) and become knowledgeable with established processes and workflows
  • This person will be assigned ownership of a specific piece of a project and will need to prepare, download and perform quality control on electronic data to provide quality results
  • Providing excellent customer service as part of monitoring and “Triage” activities using our group email mailbox, on the phone, or face to face (as applicable)
Qualifications for ediscovery analyst
  • At least 5+ years’ experience in an eDiscovery position
  • Compliance, eDiscovery or securities related experience is helpful
  • Knowledge of investment management concepts, interest in financial services industry
  • Sound professional judgment, analytical skills, curiosity and practicality
  • Knowledge of Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940, FINRA Rules, litigation process, eDiscovery best practices a plus
  • Able to quickly master new software applications

EDiscovery Analyst Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is looking for an ediscovery analyst. If you are looking for an exciting place to work, please take a look at the list of qualifications below.
Responsibilities for ediscovery analyst
  • Ensuring the timely escalation to the Resolver Team where an incident meets the criteria for engaging Global Incident Management (GIM) based on the Priority Determination Matrix
  • Demonstrate eDiscovery expertise and perform as a trusted advisor to our internal customers and external counsel
  • Manage case data, record and log findings in online case management tool
  • Identify technology enhancements across the IT organization that would simplify the discovery, collection, and preservation of ESI
  • Mentor junior eDiscovery professionals and periodically perform quality review of their work
  • Assist team leadership with the development, collection, and publication of metrics that illustrate team performance and highlight obstacles thwarting team potential
  • Use corporate forensic tools to discover, process, and preserve emails and documents that may be needed for litigation or investigation
  • Work with internal and external customers as needed to manage incidents, coordinate communications to interested parties in regards to Incidents and Investigations
  • Assess the level of risk by evaluating data received from various security threats, determine the risks that the threat poses, assign priority to the remediation of the risks and communicates the information to those responsible for performing remediation
  • Provide direction and guidance to fellow colleagues in regards to helping them identify suspicious events on internal systems
Qualifications for ediscovery analyst
  • Experience with incident response, investigations, insider threat, cyber and data exfiltration incidents
  • Interact directly with USPS General Counsel, Office of the Inspector General, Postal Inspection Service, FOIA Office and other customers to solicit and documents relevant information requirements for to yield the best results for a request/case
  • Develop appropriate methodologies (based on unique requirements of each individual case) to collect pertinent metadata from the varied data sources (internal Postal systems, external internet searches, etc)to fulfill approved requirements
  • Become proficient with USPS ICP Litigation Hold Log System and log cases) to log and track case manifest and support customized monthly reporting
  • Provide electronic information (emails, internet usage, data and telephone records) by using USPS archiving systems and retrieving information from the USPS Data centers when requested by the USPS Attorneys, Office of Inspection General, Inspection Service and PCES Manager
  • Use own discretion to evaluate and analyze collection of data (the size and scale of this collection is determined by the identification phase) from disparate data sources against the base requirements to provide complete investigation results to requestor for the case to ensure results match the requirements

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