Project Manager - Enforcement, Litigation Support - Any FINRA Location
Company: Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.
Posted on: September 25, 2022
The Project Manager, Litigation Support will provide
investigation, technical, and e-discovery support for Enforcement
reviews and investigations, and specialized litigation support to
Enforcement litigation staff. This role is part of Enforcement
Investigations' Forensic Investigations and Litigation Support Team
Essential Job Functions:
* Provide technical and e-discovery support for Enforcement
investigations and litigations, and will serve as a technical
resource for special technology projects involving litigation
support and analytic investigation tools.
* Demonstrate proficiency in the use of the e-discovery tools(s) in
use and other Enforcement litigation technologies and applications,
and this person will adhere to all established departmental
policies and procedures.
* Act as a project manager on assigned cases and will apply good
judgment, good decision-making, and effective project management
practices, such as being proactive and engaged with each assigned
team by checking in regularly to assess current needs and issues,
and clearly communicating options for deadlines and the progress of
litigation projects to the litigation teams.
* Assist in setting up and breaking down hearing rooms and will
provide electronic presentation and technical support to litigation
teams at FINRA disciplinary hearings.
* Communicate effectively and frequently with teams, management,
and FILS staff and will contribute to Enforcement's mission through
special projects, new ideas, unique roles, and/or community
* Assisting in the design and preparation of electronic exhibits,
assisting in the administration of litigation hardware and software
for a staff of over 300 at 15 locations, utilizing certain
investigative software programs, and assisting in keeping
Enforcement staff informed about e-discovery and litigation support
* Bachelor's degree in Business (preferably Finance or Accounting),
Information Systems, or Computer Science, or equivalent work
experience, and a minimum of five years of relevant work
* Requires demonstrated experience in databases, networking
fundamentals, litigation support technology, and Microsoft Office
* Knowledge of one or more of the following is a definite plus:
.NET, Concordance, Sanction, Relativity, Axcelerate.
* Investigative experience or experience in audit or legal
environments is preferred.
* Work is primarily performed in a business office setting.
* Duties may require occasional lifting and moving of computer
hardware and monitors.
* Duties will require occasional travel.
Compensation Range for Colorado locations
Annual Salary: $72,400.00 - $129,600.00
Additional Job Functions:
* Assisting in the design and preparation of electronic
* Assisting in the administration of litigation hardware and
software for a staff of over 300 at 15 locations,
* Utilizing certain investigative software programs, and
* Assisting in keeping Enforcement staff informed about e-discovery
and litigation support issues.
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