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eDiscovery Project Manager - London - £40-50K

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eDiscovery Project Manager - London - £40-50K

Post Posted: Thu Jul 24, 2014 2:07 am

My client, a global consulting firm is looking for an eDiscovery Project Manager to join their London team.

The role :
• Establish and document clear project requirements supporting the success of all internal and client team members
• Negotiate, define, communicate and manage the scope of the project; notify team of client-requested changes to project scope
• Create and maintain project schedule, which defines activities, sequence, dependencies, work effort, duration and associated resource requirements
• Forecast, track and manage project budgets and invoices
• Define, negotiate, communicate, implement and monitor quality standards on all project deliverables


Requirements:
• Minimum 5 years in the litigation support / legal industry
• Minimum 2 years project management experience
• Willingness to travel both domestically and internationally
• Demonstrated experience managing multiple simultaneous projects involving cross-functional teams within budgetary and schedule constraints

Remuneration:

Base salary - £40,000 to £50,000 + benefits

Contact Harry Taylor on ht @ warnerscott.com or call 0207 038 3619  

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