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EDISCOVERY PROJECT MANAGER, BANKING - LONDON £55K-£70K

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EDISCOVERY PROJECT MANAGER, BANKING - LONDON £55K-£70K

Post Posted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:51 am

We are seeking to appoint a project manager in our London office and are looking for someone with strong experience in the financial services industry.

This is a Contract position for an initial period of 1-2 months, with a view to making the position a full time position, based in London.

Pay rate is commensurate with experience.

Please note you must have:

• Strong project management capabilities/skills
• Strong client facing/management skills
• Experience with forecasting, MI and dashboard reporting
• Expert level skills in the use of Excel (Lookups formulas, chart, macros, etc), or similar program

The following experience will be extremely helpful:

1. E-discovery/eDisclosure experience with database systems and data processing
2. Understanding of voice data extraction , processing a review management
3. Running searches, managing, and analyzing large quantities of data on a review platform
4. Experience with interest rate hedging products or variable corporate loan products within the financial services industry
5. Experience with secured financing transactions or debt structuring,
6. General transaction structuring, execution management and business unit support
7. A legal or accounting background would be helpful; undergraduate degree in finance/accounting/law or similar will be considered  

ScottBurkeman
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