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Fed - Consultant I
Ref No.: 17-84140
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Start Date: 10/25/2017
Job Title: Fed - Consultant I
Location: Washington, DC
Duration: 6-12 months
Position Details: ***Client investigation Public Trust***
Role: Document Management Analyst

Required:
Under the direction of Task Supervisor or Project Manager, performs the following tasks while complying with established procedures for: filing, retrieving, and copying case file materials; creating witness binders; preparing deposition and trial exhibits; entering data on-line to case files and other databases; proofreading, editing, correcting OCR'd text files; retrieving and blowing back documents from microfilm and digital image media; tabbing, numbering, labeling, assembling documents; filling out log sheets and reporting on task progress; and performing quality control on the work of peers in all of these areas. Prepares documents for image scanning; performs other document collection related activities, including document screening, and labeling of files to be scanned. Performs simple database searches.
In addition to performing functions as described above, performs moderately complex litigation support tasks, including, for example, detailed review and analysis of case materials in a broad range of subject matters, such as financial records, health care materials, and other litigation files; detailed indexing of case files; drafting procedures for accomplishing litigation support assignments; document acquisition related tasks; screening for privilege documents; conducting database searches; and performing e-discovery culling. Proofreads and edits deliverable products. Sometimes serves as "team leader" for larger group of Document Management Technicians and clerical support staff. Often works with minimal supervision. Reports to Project Manager.

Skills:
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. 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, Concordance, Summation, 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.

Deliverables:
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of IT systems set up by the Government to provide automated litigation support IT resources to specific cases. For large scale systems, the System Administrator (I or II) may assist and back up the Senior System Administrator. For more moderately sized systems, may be responsible for the entire installation. Responsible for keeping the systems and services up and running; monitoring, analyzing and optimizing server and system performance, including making recommendations for improving performance; performing scheduled system backups; assigning user IDs and passwords; allocating and tracking disk space; providing consulting support and advice to, and coordinating with, IT users responsible for specific applications/databases on the servers; identifying and ordering needed supplies, hardware, software and accessories; and performing hardware and software upgrades. Implements and enforces system, facility, and data security measures, including resources and procedures for patch management, security reporting, and disaster recovery. Administers not only hardware and operating system software, but also database and other applications software. Coordinates with the COR and DOJ technical staff on all these issues, and coordinates as well as with the DOJ office automation network administration staff on issues having to do with DOJ office automation networks. Reports on progress. Develops tools for system-wide use in developing applications; prepares system documentation. Experience working in the Government a plus.
Required Skills: Document Management Analyst, years of Experience
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