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Data Specialist II, Electronic Processing Center, Antitrust Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice,

Washington, D.C.
C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:

Data Specialist II to assist in the work of the

Electronic Processing Center (EPC), Litigation Support Services (LSS)
Antitrust Division (ATR), U.S. Department of Justice
Washington, D.C.  20001

This is a temporary to permanent hire Service Contract Act position with an hourly pay rate of $31.85 that includes a Health and Welfare Benefit of $4.22 an hour.

Service  Contract Act, or SCA, position pay rates are determined by the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage and Hour Division. 
More information is available at
https://sam.gov/content/wage-determinations


This is considered a position with potential to convert to a full federal contract employee after 6-12 months of employment.


Period of Performance: 

Date of Hire through May 31, 2022, with potential for annual extensions

Resume Requirements:

Full contact information is requested on the resume for security clearance procedures. 
 
  •  A one-paragraph overview highlighting qualifications for the position, software experience, and education  
  • Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 10-pitch font, maximum two (2) pages, to include professional references
  • Please provide three (3) professional references in the following format:

Name of Reference:
Job Title:
Organization:
Phone:
Email:
Relationship to candidate during tenure:
 
  • Please include the following contact information:  full name, home address, home phone number, mobile phone number, and personal email address
  • For each position and school attended, please list the following:

City and State
Dates of Employment (month and year)
Date of Graduation (month and year)
 
Special Requirements:
 
-  Must be a U.S. citizen
 
-  Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust
(active clearance preferred)


Data Specialist II
Qualifications: 
  • Requires knowledge of litigation discovery process, and the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) workflow
  • • Has experience with the litigation discovery process, including the EDRM workflow
  • Knowledge of government’s I.T. environment, including office automation networks, PC and server-based applications preferred
  • At least two (2) years of experience performing eDiscovery roles including but not limited to electronic files processing (EFP), image and data file conversion, data culling using review tools, quality assurance, database loads and retrieval, and data analysis
 
  • Must have strong knowledge of litigation support data loading, file conversion and manipulation for loading to various database platforms
    • Requires experience with Relativity, LAW and IPRO processing or similar tools
    • Expertise working with computers and a strong understanding of hardware components
    • Attention to detail is vital
    • Flexible with schedule and able to work extra hours when requested
    • Undergraduate degree; preferably IT related
    • Strong writing and verbal skills
    • Comfortable working in a fast paced, sometimes stressful environment
    • Ability to estimate time required for a given task

Preferred Qualifications:
-  Undergraduate degree preferred-preferably in Computer Science or I.T. related field

Data Specialist II
Responsibilities/Duties:
  • Responsible for performing Data Specialist I tasks as required. However, primarily responsible for tasks below:
  • Assists with creating and updating document processing procedures as needed
  • Modifies load files and performs quality control on loaded data quickly and accurately
  • Runs multiple load streams simultaneously
  • Performs native file processing in LAW
  • Exports data from Relativity to create load files for other various platforms as requested by Case Manager
  • Performs data conversion processing, including conversions of various document types
  • Performs special format data conversions and file manipulation requests
  • Handles quality control on load files and Relativity data loads and exports
  • Performs advanced requests, such as creating data exports for productions and performing quality control on files, and complicated overlays or appends, privilege claw-backs, and sequestration of documents
  • Performs quality control to confirm accuracy on loads completed by new Data Specialists
  • Provides hands-on training to other Data Specialist as needed
  • Performs basic Relativity searching and global updates to mark and/or tag records as requested; to include confirming record counts in Save Searches and Image redactions prior to creating exports for production
  • Clearly and accurately discusses data inconsistencies found with Project Manager, Project Supervisor, as well as the Case Manager when necessary
  • Assists on calls relating to data load file formats or media encryption software with Case Manager and other IT individuals as requested

The primary mission of the Antitrust Division (ATR), U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), is to promote competition in the U.S. economy through enforcement of, improvements to, and education about antitrust laws and principles. Its goal is an environment in which U.S. consumers receive goods and services of the highest quality at the lowest price, and in which U.S. businesses compete on a level playing field nationally and internationally. In recent years, the Division has aggressively pursued far-reaching criminal cartel activity and important civil matters while reviewing a large number of pre-merger filings, many involving complex issues and global conglomerates. By protecting competition across industries and geographic borders, the Division’s work serves as a catalyst for economic efficiency and growth with benefits accruing to both American consumers and American businesses.

The Information Systems Support Group (ISSG) is responsible for providing computer hardware and software systems and support to the entire Division. Within ISSG, the Litigation Support Section (LSS) is charged with the support and management of all aspects related to a case investigation or litigation.  The EPC manages all the production data that comes into and goes out of the Division.

The Data Specialists, which currently comprise of approximately 15 staff, handles a mixture of tasks, which include: processing data using LAW, regularly loading large volumes of production data, running exports from the database for creating discovery party productions, downloading files from our file sharing tool, Justice Enterprise Files Sharing system or JEFS, and performing quality control on load and export files to ensure accuracy.

The work performed in the EPC is crucial to our legal teams and the overall success of their investigations. In order for the staff to perform proper document review, the data must be processed and loaded to Relativity as quickly and accurately as possible. The EPC is a very fast-paced environment, often receiving tight court mandated deadlines, therefore, candidates must possess the ability to multi-task and work in a high stress environment.

 
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