Are you an experienced conflicts analyst interested in a full-time, permanent opportunity in San Francisco, CA? We are looking for a highly organized, personable professional who exhibits extreme attention to detail and excellent written and verbal communication skills. This role is critical to identifying potential risk, communicating potential resolution, and securing necessary approvals as part of the new business and new hire process, also in regards to existing clients, non-client parties associated with new matters, and vendors. You will be responsible for writing up all new client analysis and research for attorneys, verifying that all research is complete, consistent, and accurate. You will process requests for conflicts searches, complete business intake forms, and follow up on new business and conflict issues with department colleagues and attorneys. You will be analyzing complex database research results and creating succinct conflicts reports with supporting documents to identify and communicate potential issues that may affect Firm policy compliance. The right candidate will be a pleasure to work with— courteous yet meticulous, a real team player, and someone who works well under pressure. If this sounds like you or someone you know, we have the perfect position for you! Apply today for immediate consideration.
- 3+ years of relevant experience conducting company research within proprietary databases
- BA/BS degree
- Excellent problem-solving, research, and analytical skills
- Strong computer proficiency, especially with MS Office, Outlook, Excel, and database software
- Solid organizational and multi-tasking skills with high attention to detail
- Great written and verbal communication skills
If you are a qualified conflicts analyst interested in stepping up your career today, please apply above or submit your resume in Word format to SanFrancisco@SpecialCounsel.com
Equal opportunity employer. Minorities / Women / Veterans / Disabled are strongly encouraged to apply! Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.