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Document Management Analyst I

Location: Baltimore, MD
Posted On: 07/19/2021
Requirement Code: 48063
Requirement Detail
Education / Certification Requirement:    
•    One year of experience on major litigation support projects or undergraduate degree.  
•    Certain assignments may require experience or substantial undergraduate coursework in, for example, finance/accounting, health care, or substantial experience in the legal environment or in information technology.  

Position-specific Required Skills:    
•    Demonstrated ability to work independently in a team environment.   
•    Must have excellent writing skills and oral communication capabilities.  
•    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.  
•    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.  

Position-specific Required/Desired Skills:   
•    Proofreads and edits written documents
•    Prepare witnesses, exhibits and other evidence binders
•    Utilize electronic and evidence management and discovery production processes and tools.
•    Performs detailed reviews and analysis of case materials, which includes financial records, health care materials, incoming disability rights correspondence and other litigation files
•    Performs detailed indexing of case files; drafting procedures for accomplishing litigation support assignments; document acquisition related tasks; screening for privilege documents; and conducting database searches
•    Receive and track discovery items
•    Code relevant documents per existing protocol
•    Assist with outreach efforts to potentially aggrieved parties