DISCO Project Managers (“PM”) work side by side with clients to help them use the DISCO product for all of their ediscovery and investigation needs. From matter kick-off to case closeout, you’re the one who helps customers get the most of their DISCO solution. This is a remote position primarily supporting our western U.S. clients.

Your Impact

  • You will be the primary point of contact for many DISCO clients. As a result, you will have a major impact on the client’s journey
  • You will work closely with the Product team and will be an important part of enhancing the product
  • You will work very closely with DISCO’s account teams to ensure our customers are having a positive and successful experience

What You'll Do

  • Serve as primary POC to manage client data through the ediscovery lifecycle
  • Create review workflows and administer DISCO databases
  • Develop advanced knowledge of the DISCO platform and its capabilities in order to advise clients on best practices for early data assessment, document review, production, depositions, and trial
  • Act as DISCO ambassador to clients and at client functions
  • Build rapport and establish open communication with clients regarding DISCO usage, status reporting, and core product functionality
  • Deliver product training to attorneys, paralegals, and litigation support specialists
  • Provide feedback and feature requests to the product and engineering teams
  • Collaborate with other Project Managers and DISCO team members

Who You Are

  • Minimum of three (3) years of ediscovery project management experience at a law firm, in-house legal department, or service provider
  • Deep knowledge of one or more industry standard ediscovery platforms, such as DISCO, Relativity, Recommind, or Concordance 
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a focus on detail, organization, and responsiveness
  • Successfully able to manage multiple fast-paced projects simultaneously
  • Strong problem-solving and analytical-thinking skills to troubleshoot technical challenges and craft creative solutions
  • Committed to providing excellent service and support, both internally and externally
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing priorities, scope, and technology
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team
  • Familiar with data collection and processing software, such as DISCO, LAW, Cellebrite, Relativity Processing, Nuix, X1, EnCase, FTK, and others
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Reside in a major western U.S. metropolitan area (i.e. SF, LA, SD, SEA, PDX, etc.)

Even Better If You Have…

  • Have worked at a Consulting firm or provided consultative solutions in ediscovery
  • Are certified in other ediscovery platforms and applications, such as Relativity, Nuix, LAW, or Brainspace
  • Have experience working for a litigation support group at a law firm/corporation or working closely with lit support groups in your previous roles
  • Have a JD
  • Have worked for a software company

About DISCO

DISCO is a recognized leader in legal technology. Founded in 2013, DISCO’s mission is to create great technology to modernize the practice of law. Our solutions apply artificial intelligence and cloud computing to help lawyers and legal teams improve legal outcomes for their clients. Corporate legal departments, law firms, and government agencies around the world use DISCO for ediscovery, case management, compliance, disputes, and investigations. 

DISCO recently raised $100 million, for a total of $235 million in venture capital. The company’s valuation is $785 million -- a demonstration of investor confidence in legaltech as a category of enterprise cloud computing, and a validation that DISCO is disrupting the broader cloud computing industry. We are using our investment to enhance our cloud technology platform and AI-powered products and services, and to continue to expand our presence outside of North America.

Are you ready to revolutionize the practice of law? Join us!

Perks of DISCO

  • Open, inclusive, and fun environment
  • Benefits, including medical, dental and vision insurance, as well as 401(k) (EU coming soon)
  • Competitive salary plus stock options
  • Flexible PTO 
  • Opportunity to be a part of a company that is revolutionizing the legal industry
  • Growth opportunities throughout the company

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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