Document Management Analyst II
Leidos is looking for a highly-motivated Document Management Analyst II to join us in supporting the Department of Justice at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles, CA. This is an on-site position; however, a hybrid schedule is sometimes allowed at the client’s discretion. You will work as part of a dynamic team in providing legal and technical services in an exciting and diverse environment with reasonable work hours that encourage a work/life balance. You will be supported by a management team that encourages your career development and growth. In this role, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact on the local community in enforcing federal laws and the mission of the client. You will have the opportunity to utilize your skills, such as time and task management, critical thinking and problem solving, and the ability to communicate complicated problems in a concise manner with internal and external colleagues of all levels. If you are well-organized and able to manage multiple critical tasks under tight deadlines, and have good customer service skills, this job is for you!
Completes various aspects of recurring legal documents.
Uses general reference sources and legal research tools to gather information to assist attorneys and staff in performing legal research duties.
Searches internal plus external files for material used in a variety of recurring reports.
Assembles file data or secures data from staff members into the proper format based on the purpose and nature of the report.
Accurately inputs data for the case and matter statistical management system.
Independently reviews resource documents and files to determine appropriate codes for the case management system and work hour input and reports.
Researches and reviews the documents by consulting with the attorneys.
Produces a variety of written documents utilizing a range of automation software. Products include complicated tables, graphs, and charts which may be incorporated into other documents or presentations.
Assists with receiving, evaluating and producing discovery in the Document Management area.
Identifies potential sources of information that may be beneficial for the government's position in the case.
Assists in organizing and processing information for efficient retrieval through automated means such as scanning, indexing, and organizing documents in a database.
Three years of experience on major litigation support projects or undergraduate degree.
Demonstrated ability to work independently in a team environment.
Must have excellent writing skills and oral communication capabilities.
Requires hands-on familiarity with the Government's office and network environment, including but not limited to, data processing environments, including office automation networks, PC-based databases and other applications, internet and server-based databases and other applications, such as Oracle, Relativity or other document review platform, Trial Director, etc.
Should be a knowledgeable user of the Government's office and network environment, including but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheet, imaging, and hardware systems.
Experience working in a Government and/or Litigation Support environment in conjunction with basic qualifications
Familiarity with ESI tools and knowledge of eDiscovery procedures and resources preferred.
Automated litigation support experience
Experience with cite checking/blue book look up/citations
Familiarity with Lexis or Westlaw
Current or active clearance
This position is covered under the Service Contract Act and is subject to minimum wage requirements as well as the minimum Health and Welfare benefit. Leidos will ensure that all provisions are met through their wages and benefits. The pay for this position will be $20.79/hr.
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