Accenture E-Discovery Specialist in United States

Organization: Corporate Functions/Legal Location: negotiable

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Job Description:

Protect the company from legal, financial and reputational risk by executing the processes and procedures of the company’s e-Discovery program. Project manage e-discovery activities, schedule interviews and meetings, manage and support e-discovery tools, follow-up with custodians to complete required activities, track preservation and collection activities and provide status updates. Work closely with the Computer Incident Response Team, Records, HR and other IT teams. Manage external vendors. Provide support to members of Litigation, Internal Investigations and Employment Law teams as well as outside counsel to develop and execute e-discovery plans.

Key Responsibilities:

Manage and track the issuance of preservation notices; Follow-up with all levels of employees to ensure compliance with e-Discovery activities; Audit compliance with internal processes (such as status reports, employee exit procedures, preservation notices, etc.); Work with internal and external counsel to develop and manage e-Discovery plans; Perform analysis and create both scheduled and ad hoc reports as requested; Respond to questions and issues submitted to the e-Discovery mailbox; Perform collection and processing tasks using various tools and procedures as required by the e-Discovery team Provide technical support to members of the Legal team for the various e-Discovery tools used by the team; Participate in activities to enhance the e-Discovery Program. Relationships:

Reports to:

Director of Electronic Discovery
Internal Relationships:

Provide support to Litigation, Internal Investigations and Employments Law teams Work closely with IT, HR, Records and other internal teams External Relationships:

Work closely with outside counsel and e-Discovery vendors to perform preservation, collection, processing and review activities

Basic Qualifications:

Minimum of 2 years in e-discovery, litigation support or other support role Preferred Qualifications:

4-year degree (legal or technical field preferred) Experience with e-Discovery processing and review tools; Experience managing document reviews; Forensics experience and/or credentials; Experience developing and administrating Microsoft SharePoint based applications. Professional Skills:

Excellent English (oral and written) communication skills; Poise and confidence to work with senior company executives and outside counsel; Project management skills; Ability to multi-task while working on both long and short term projects; Technical aptitude to learn new tools and work with various IT teams Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with Accenture.

Candidates who are currently employed by a client of Accenture or an affiliated Accenture business may not be eligible for consideration.

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