Job Details

eDiscovery Analyst

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Date Last Verified

Nov 25, 2021

Posted on

Oct 24, 2021

Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


Beaverton, OR, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation
Litigation >> Litigation - E-Discovery
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Who are we looking for?

SIFT is looking for experienced eDiscovery Analysts.  Analysts are SIFT’s technological wizards.  They harness the power of data for our clients, transforming cumbersome ESI workflows into case winning processes, using all available tools.  SIFT’s Infrastructure Team manages cloud data collections, inventory, processing, database creation, coding panels, searches, productions, and reporting.  Senior Analysts actually analyze data—they use analytics to crack open massive data sets and provide clients, Project Managers, and Review managers with deep and rapid insight into review populations. 

The ideal Analyst candidate will have certifications or equivalent experience in IPRO for Enterprise Administrator (the review tool, also known as ADD) and Relativity.  Candidates with an established habit of documenting and reporting their work will thrive at SIFT—we track our time, use a ticketing system, and document our workflows.  Successful candidates will have experience processing large volumes of data and tracking it through its entire lifecycle from case creation to production and archive.  Experience building coding layouts and running STRs is a must. 

Successful Senior Analysts will have mastered all of the above and are fluent in the use of analytics, automated workflows, standardized coding schemas, and institutional ESI management.  SIFT’s Senior Analysts work hand-in-glove with our tech savvy attorneys and clients to investigate ESI and prove cases.  Ideal candidates love to solve puzzles and weaponize their knowledge of ESI.  An ability to write ESI protocols and design review workflows using TAR or Active Learning would set a candidate apart for a role as a SIFT Senior Analyst. 

Whether a candidate for an Analyst or Senior Analyst position at SIFT, Candidates must thrive in a fast paced, dynamic environment, where creativity, initiative, and passion are rewarded.  We all work together to achieve our clients’ objectives—no job is too big or too small, for anyone. 

This is a remote position.


Day to day, what would you be doing at SIFT?

  • Advise team leads, project managers, and review managers on best practices and workflows.
  • Incorporate state-of-the-art analytics tools into standard ESI workflows to cut down on time (and cost) to relevant data.
  • Provide expertise on tagging schemas and database architecture.
  • Manage file transfers from Citrix ShareFile, traditional SFTP, Media Shuttle, Aspera, and RelativityOne Staging Explorer (ROSE).
  • Process data using eCapture and Relativity.
  • Run STRs to isolate document populations for reporting and review.
  • Create workspaces and databases in both Relativity’s and IPRO’s review platforms.
  • Manage user credentials in both Relativity and IPRO’s review platforms.
  • Create coding panels, fields, and tags.
  • Run and QC productions according to client specifications.
  • Create, view, manipulate, and repair .dat files.



  • Requires 3-5 years of experience with litigation support and all aspects of the EDRM lifecycle. 
  • Requires at least 1 year of experience in administering Relativity Server, RelOne, or IPRO ADD, and if not certified, then a willingness to become certified on SIFT’s platforms.
  • IPRO and Relativity Certified Administrators are strongly preferred. 
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, particularly to translate legal requirements to technical requirements.
  • Ability to collaborate with several teams to develop end-user training and standard operating procedures.
  • Fluency in the Spanish Language, although not required, is a plus.


Job Details:

This is a full time, remote position. Salary is DOE.  Wages and benefits are competitive.

All offers are contingent upon successful completion of a background and education check, as well as a 5-panel drug screening (Amphetamines, Barbiturates, Cocaine, Opiates and Phencyclidine)

To learn more about our company, please visit our website at

To learn more about our hi-tech family of companies, check out VTM Group, Novus Labs, Cinder Staffing, and Vital Enterprises.


How to apply:

If you are looking to join a dynamic team and meet the above criteria, please visit to submit your resume and desired salary.

Company info

Sift Discovery, LLC

Company Profile

Who is SIFT? Tired of the big corporate eDiscovery machine?  Tired of not actually solving clients’ problems?  Tired of working where the bottom line is all that matters?  We can do better. Would you rather help your clients get the job done better, faster, cheaper?   Join a family of established hi-tech companies that service the largest names in technology, manage the world’s most influential technology standards, and validate the latest in hi-tech gadgetry.  SIFT is the newest member of our hi-tech family and has a startup mentality, rewarding ingenuity and initiative.  SIFT—a different kind of legal services vendor—sits at the intersection of law, big data, and technology.  eDiscovery analysts, data scientists, developers, and tech savvy attorneys come together to provide law firms and legal departments actual solutions. 

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