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Compass Lexecon Analyst Position (International Arbitration), BTT Gateway Job ID 6997

Fri, April 26, 2013

Compass Lexecon Analyst Position (International Arbitration), BTT Gateway Job ID 6997

International Arbitration Analyst – Compass Lexecon 
Job Description 

Analysts are responsible for the completion of qualitative and quantitative research and analysis projects. Analysts are involved in nearly all aspects of project work, interacting closely with other analysts, economists and case supervisors in researching and analyzing data used to prepare final work product. Analysts are expected, at a minimum, to perform this work after having been given clear instructions. Analysts are expected to demonstrate sound analytical judgment and to progress to a level of initiative consistent with the ability to satisfactorily recommend appropriate research, analyses and actions and to implement them with continued consultation of supervisors.


Research and Analysis 

• Collects specific information (quantitative and qualitative) from identified sources as instructed by supervisors. 
• Utilizes appropriate resources (e.g., Internet, library, subscription services, colleagues, etc.) to identify the range of sources of relevant information, both quantitative and qualitative. 
• Identifies, collects and communicates relevant information (e.g., price; included and excluded information; dates of coverage, etc.). 
• Interprets collected information so that it can be used by economists and case supervisors in the preparation of their expert reports and analyses. 
• Successfully expands scope of research as suggested by supervisors. 
• Executes projects (qualitative and quantitative) as instructed by, and communicates actions to, supervisors. 
• Successfully incorporates modifications to projects and analyses as requested by supervisors. 
• Identifies and communicates data, information and/or inconsistencies to supervisors. 
• Utilizes case-specific documents (e.g., depositions, trial transcripts, expert reports, produced documents, etc.) to identify information specified by supervisors. 
• Summarizes and extracts information relevant to the arguments of the case from case specific documents. 
• Analyzes data used in client projects when asked by supervisors. 
• Formulates and utilizes basic data modeling as requested by supervisors. 
• Effectively creates, organizes and maintains document lists and other methods for internal document management. 
• Effectively documents research and analyses to facilitate communication of progress.

To apply, send your resume, writing sample and transcripts to: Application deadline is 4/26/2013.

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