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CACI International Project Manager in Washington, District Of Columbia

Project Manager

Job Category: Communications

Time Type: Full time

Minimum Clearance Required to Start: DOJ MBI

Employee Type: Regular

Percentage of Travel Required: Up to 10%

Type of Travel: Local

What You’ll Get to Do

Project Manager

Responsibilities/Duties. The Project Manager is the Contractor manager with primary responsibility for all support provided to a particular case. Project Managers will generally be responsible for more than one active case at a time; a caseload of six to ten "moderately active, moderately-sized" cases will be typical, with several of the cases possibly in the discovery and/or document review stage, one case in trial, several in the deposition preparation/witness binder stage, etc. Extremely large or active cases may reduce the number of other cases handled by a Project Manager. In mammoth cases, involving, for example, more than 10 million pages, more than one Project Manager may be assigned to a case. The Project Manager is the Government's primary point of contact for all support for the case. The Project Manager will have frequent contact with the COR, Government Case Managers, trial attorneys, client agency staff, and sometimes even opposing counsel.

The Project Manager is responsible for planning and managing all support for the case, including monitoring work flow, progress reporting, identifying and assigning staff, budget development and tracking, coordinating technical/data processing and eDiscovery support, and obtaining other required resources. Performs an active quality assurance role to ensure high quality work delivered on time. Ensures that proper security is maintained overall project materials, in accordance with Department security procedures. Coordinates with other Contractor components to deliver project support. When operating out of a Document Center, the Project Manager's work may be subject to coordination or direction by the Lead Project Manager.

In this critical position, you will manage a single high visibility large case or multiple smaller cases for one of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Divisions under the Mega contract. A case may go through all or some of the phases of the EDRM spectrum, from investigation, intake/acquisition of documents and data (discovery) through trial support. You may also have a team of Project Supervisors and Supervisory paralegals to assist with the supervision of employees assigned to cases. In this position, you will also work closely with the DOJ Contracting Officer Representative (COR), Case Managers, and attorneys to discuss project requirements, schedules, budgets, and all litigation support activities for cases.

More About the Role Fill in this section:

The Project Manager has primary responsibility for all support provided to a particular case. Project Managers will generally be responsible for more than one active case at a time; a caseload of six to ten "moderately active, moderately-sized" cases will be typical, with several of the cases possibly in the discovery and/or document review stage, one case in trial, several in the deposition preparation/witness binder stage, etc.

The Project Manager is the Government's primary point of contact for all support for the case. The Project Manager will have frequent contact with the DOJ COR, Case Managers, trial attorneys, client agency staff, and sometimes even opposing counsel. The Project Manager is responsible for planning and managing all support for the case, including monitoring workflow, progress reporting, identifying and assigning staff, budget development and tracking, coordinating technical/data processing and eDiscovery support, and obtaining other required resources. Performs an active quality assurance role to ensure high quality work delivered on time. Ensures that proper security is maintained overall project materials, in accordance with security procedures. Coordinates with other Contractor components to deliver project support. When operating out of a Document Center, the Project Manager's work may be subject to coordination or direction by the Lead Project Manager.

You’ll Bring These Qualifications

*At least four years of progressively more responsible supervisory and management experience on major e-discovery/litigation support projects, including proven capabilities and communication skills to successfully interact with clients and attorneys.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage numerous complex and time-critical litigation support activities simultaneously, including technical/data processing and eDiscovery support activities.

  • Requires expert knowledge of litigation support; outstanding writing skills; excellent oral communication skills; and excellent management skills.

  • Must be able to anticipate litigation support needs and develop and execute detailed plans for addressing those needs.

  • Requires knowledge of the Government's data processing environment in which the work is to be performed, including office automation networks, PC-based databases and other applications, and internet and server-based databases and other applications, such as but not limited to Oracle, Relativity or other document review platform, and Trial Director.

  • Familiarity with ESI tools and knowledge of eDiscovery procedures and resources required.

  • Should be an expert user of the Government's office and network environment, including but not limited to, word processing, spreadsheet, imaging, and hardware and document review platforms.

  • Undergraduate degree required. Law degree, advanced technical certification, or other pertinent graduate degree preferred.

  • Substantial significant experience may in some cases be substituted for degree requirement.

These Qualifications Would Be Nice to Have Fill in this section:

  • Certification(s) in Relativity, ACEDS, and other eDiscovery related technical certifications.

  • Trial support experience.

  • Professional, can-do attitude.

What We Can Offer You:

  • We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.

  • Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.

  • We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.

  • We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.

  • For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.

Company Overview: At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

As a federal contractor, CACI is subject to any federal vaccine mandates or other customer vaccination requirements. All new hires are required to report their vaccination status.

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