• Microsoft O365 E-Discovery & Compliance Lead

    Job Locations US
    Job ID 2018-1048
    # of Openings
    1
    Posted Date
    4 months ago(5/4/2018 11:26 AM)
    Category
    Advisory
  • Overview

    DiscoverReady Legal Technology Consultants are critical members of the company, trusted advisors to some of the world’s leading businesses and the backbone of DiscoverReady’s Advisory Services consulting team.

    Responsibilities

    In this high profile position you will report directly to the Vice President of Advisory Services and rely on years of law and technology experience, your uncanny ability to explain and address complex enterprise data challenges, and your business savvy to help Microsoft O365 customers address electronic discovery, GDPR compliance, data loss prevention and other information governance challenges.

    Qualifications

    The ideal candidate is an experienced Microsoft O356 technical expert who can provide existing customers with the training and consultation required to use the Microsoft Office 365 suite of compliance related products to reduce overall risk and cost.

     

     

    Required Core Competencies:

    • Strong MSO365 technical skills required and the ability to train customers on the proper use of various MS tools including: Advanced eDiscovery, Azure Information Protection (AIP) and other MSO356 compliance related modules.
    • Ability to develop business through public speaking, thought leadership and sales support
    • Electronic discovery experience, minimum of 3 years.

    Preferred Competencies:

    • Consulting experience as a Big 4 or Microsoft Consultant
    • Computer forensic, StoredIQ, Index Engines, Enterprise Vault, Data Insight, DLP and other archiving and indexing technology experience preferred, but not required
    • eDiscovery experience: LAW, Nuix, Relativity, preferred but not required

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