Trial Presentation Specialist, Tax Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice
Washington, D.C. · Legal
C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:
Trial Presentation Specialist to assist in the work of the
Tax Division, U.S. Department of Justice Washington, D.C. 20002
This is a temporary to permanent hire Service Contract Act position with a starting hourly pay rate of $27.85 that includes a Health and Welfare Benefit of $4.22 an hour.
Maximum pay rate up to $38.75 plus $4.22 health and Welfare Benefit depending on experience and qualifications.
- Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust
(active clearance preferred)
Trial Presentation Specialist Qualifications:
Must have experience with audio visual equipment, Relativity, iPro, Sanction, Case Map, Text Map, Trial Director, Sanction, MS Office, Adobe Products, and/or other tools needed to handle exhibits, audio/video and demonstratives, including hot seat operations
Must have excellent oral communication skills.
Must be able to work effectively as a team member in an extremely pressured environment.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a trial team through the entire pretrial and trial cycle, identifying and scanning exhibits, scripting with the attorneys, setting up the courtroom, operating and troubleshooting the system in the courtroom.
Must be able to travel for long periods of time.
Must be able to work long hours for an extended period of time.
Trial experience required
Must be able to obtain a favorably adjudicated Public Trust Clearance
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Currently have a favorably adjudicated Public Trust Clearance
Provide pretrial and in courtroom trial support as well as hot seat operations
Works with the trial team, including expert witnesses, to develop plans for trial or hearings using a courtroom presentation system
Prepares exhibit images for particular uses (e.g. zooming in on or highlighting a particular paragraph, or setting up two exhibits side by side on the screen)
Develops simple graphic images/exhibits using standard off-the-shelf software packages
Advises attorneys on the effectiveness of certain exhibits or sequences of exhibits
Is responsible for the smooth operation of the presentation system in the courtroom
Digitizes audio and video clips
Synchronizes clips with written transcripts
Note that, for most trials, even including most large trials, the Courtroom Presentation Specialist will be the only contractor staff member working with the attorneys in preparing for trial and in presenting materials in the courtroom
The Courtroom Presentation Specialist needs to be a "jack-of-all-trades" capable of performing all trial and courtroom support functions, including equipment set up and troubleshooting, scripting, advising on graphics presentations, and courtroom operation of equipment