How do I post a job on eDiscovery.jobsYou can post a job by filling in the "Post a job" form. The process is pretty self-explanatory, please have a look at our guide if anything is unclear, or send us a message! An account will be created automatically after submitting, you will receive an email to set your password. We approve every submission manually and will try to do so within 24 hours. After your listing has been approved, you are able to log in, make changes, and view your detailed statistics on the Job Dashboard
What type of jobs are allowed on eDiscovery.jobsAny job which is related to the eDiscovery, Litigation Support, or Legal Document Review industry is allowed. This includes roles like software engineering and HR for eDiscovery companies, and legal assistants for eDiscovery teams. As long as the role has some affiliation with eDiscovery.
An example of a role that would not be approved is: "Cyber Security Consultant" for a company that also has eDiscovery consultants, but has not further affiliation with eDiscovery.
An example of a role that would be approved is: "Cyber Security specialist for eDiscovery platform"
If you are unsure then please reach out to us by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the contact form!
How can I stay up to date on new job listings?We have several ways for you to get notifications on new listing!
1. Our LinkedIn groups for remote jobs. We moderate two LinkedIn groups for employers and job seekers. Everyone can post in these groups, this is not exclusive to eDiscvovery.jobs
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