At Lyft, our mission is to improve people’s lives with the world’s best transportation. To do this, we start with our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization.

Lyft is looking for an eDiscovery Manager to support our expanding Legal Operations eDiscovery Team. In this role, you will help manage a wide range of eDiscovery tools and workflows and will be tasked with handling some of Lyft’s most sensitive data. While providing litigation support to a fast-growing legal team you will be interacting with Lyft’s attorneys, outside counsel, and third-party vendors ensuring that our eDiscovery processes run smoothly. The successful candidate will be an engaged and resourceful self-starter, collaborative, excellent at building strong relationships, communicating, and comfortable working in an ambiguous, quickly-changing, and fast-paced environment. This manager position reports to the Senior Manager of eDiscovery. 


  • Support Lyft’s growing legal operations initiatives
  • Collaborate with IT, Data Security, and Product teams
  • Manage the tooling and workflows governing legal hold and preservation
  • Oversee all vendor and outside counsel eDiscovery efforts while implementing cost-cutting measures
  • Assist with amending standardized procedures relating to the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (“EDRM”)
  • Own all aspects of data collection, including collections from Google Suite, Slack, Atlassian (Confluence, JIRA), and other cloud and proprietary solutions
  • Obtain data for ingestion, including through use of hosting sites that can be ingested and processed while maintaining chain of custody
  • Assist in identifying, preserving, collecting, processing, analyzing, reviewing, producing, and presenting electronically stored information (“ESI”) and paper documents
  • Create and execute complex searches across vast repositories of data
  • Coordinate electronic and forensic collections and internal investigations
  • Assist in creating productions and exports for delivery to clients
  • Track data acquisition from internal and external resources and verify data integrity
  • Maintain eDiscovery process and templates, coordinating with other process owners and updating / creating new documentation of processes and procedures 
  • Provide training on process and procedures, including tooling, as needed


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 5+ years of eDiscovery, or relevant experience, in either a law firm or in-house legal department or an outside vendor supporting law firms and legal departments
  • Strong computer skills, PC or MAC (preferred)
  • Proficiency in Google Suite Platform (a plus)
  • Experience with eDiscovery tools, including but not limited to DISCO, Onna, Google Vault and Code42’s eDiscovery capabilities. 
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, and effective at time management
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, problem-solving capabilities, and sound judgment
  • Be a resourceful self-starter and have a passion for results.
  • Able to operate autonomously while being a team player who brings a positive attitude to the team and workplace
  • Comfortable operating in a fast-paced, rapidly-evolving workplace
  • Ability to think quickly, convey grace under pressure, and simultaneously manage complex workloads, multiple client demands, and shifting priorities
  • Embody Lyft’s culture, and operate with high standards and ethics


  • Great medical, dental, and vision insurance options
  • Mental health benefits
  • In addition to 12 observed holidays, salaried team members have unlimited paid time off, hourly team members have 15 days paid time off
  • 401(k) plan to help save for your future
  • 18 weeks of paid parental leave. Biological, adoptive, and foster parents are all eligible
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Lyft Pink - Lyft team members get an exclusive opportunity to test new benefits of our Ridership Program

Lyft is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to an inclusive and diverse workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment  without regards to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other basis prohibited by law. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories consistent with applicable federal, state and local law. 

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