If you are looking for a career profile for excellent career progression the apply for the Processing Analyst. The new position is open in the Seattle, WA 98154 at Lighthouse local office. Check out the details below.
Job: Processing Analyst
Location: Seattle, WA 98154
*eDiscovery experience is required*
*Work schedule is either Tuesday to Saturday or Sunday to Thursday, 8am to 4:30pm PST (or 11am to 7:30pm EST)*
The Processing Analyst is a dynamic, high integrity individual with superior technical ability. Processing Analysts are adaptable and innovative problem solvers that enjoy being part of a highly collaborative, service-focused team. The Processing Analyst is responsible for championing best practices, driving development and continuous improvement while remaining responsible for the day-to-day fulfillment of Job requests, as well as providing technical troubleshooting and support to internal colleagues.
What You’ll Do:
Responsible for training new or current team members on department processes and applications
Make recommendations for improved workflow, quality, internal documentation, and processes to increase efficiencies including error review
Support process initiatives requiring Processing team participation, driving innovation and continuous improvement of systems and processes
Maintain and review documentation to ensure it is current; proactively make updates to existing documentation and SOPs
Work as a cross-team collaborator in establishing deadlines and resolving issues based on available resources
Understanding of automated processing steps, Quality Control, and basic hosting tasks
Acts as first level escalation for troubleshooting on internal issues relating to technology/data investigation.
Execute rush jobs from start to finish
Very familiar with all stages of the EDRM
Able to accurately estimate timelines
Other duties as assigned
What You’ll Need:
Combination of at least two the following education, experience, and/or certifications:
Associates, Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent preferred
Working knowledge of various litigation support and eDiscovery software applications (Concordance, NUIX, IPRO eCapture, Relativity, LAW, etc.)
2-3 years experience processing data in an e-discovery environment or similar technical work.
Demonstrated passion for driving process improvement, collaboration and innovation as part of a cross-functional team.
Ability to solve problems and prioritize work in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment.
Strong understanding of Microsoft Office / Office365 applications.
Experience querying databases.
Knowledge of computer forensics and experience with applications such as Encase and FTK, preferred.
Must possess a commitment to excellence, a strong sense of urgency and dedication to client satisfaction and customer service.