Job Type: Co-op/Intern
Reference code: 124329
Primary Location: Toronto, ON
All Available Locations: Toronto, ON
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The Discovery team is a leading provider of electronic discovery services in Canada and provides end-to-end solutions to clients. Join us to challenge yourself by being part of domestic and international investigations!
What will your typical day look like?
Computer Forensics engagements include complex domestic and international investigations pertaining to litigation, corporate fraud, class action lawsuits and regulatory matters, to name but a few. On a typical day, you will be working closely with Discovery Forensics team in a support role that includes:
- Data collection and preservation,
- Recovering and analyzing electronically stored information,
- Support digital evidence preservation, chain of custody protocols and forensic analysis,
- Maintaining case management systems and workflows,
- Preparing and packaging data for eDiscovery production to clients,
- Compiling, normalizing and analyzing electronic data for investigation and litigation purposes.
- Ongoing communication of results and work product to team members for review.
About the team
With the proliferation of electronic data, companies are finding it increasingly difficult to identify the documents required to comply with regulatory requests, conduct investigations or resolve business disputes. As a leading provider of electronic discovery services in Canada, the Discovery team offers a full end-to-end solution for clients, from the collection, through document review, to the final production of documents.
We work on a variety of matters, including:
- Civil litigation
- Class actions
- Competition Bureau inquiries, including responses to Requests For Information (RFI) and Supplemental Information Requests (SIR)
- Freedom of Information Requests for government and quasi-governmental organizations
- Fraud investigations and misappropriations of funds
- Technology abuse contravening internal companies acceptable use policies
- Cyber-crime investigation
- Cyber-breach of network systems internal and external
Permanent Analysts within Financial Advisory join our Quick Start development program. Through Quick Start, analysts receive up-front training covering key topics from across our Financial Advisory practice, including advisory and technical skills, quality/risk processes, engagement lifecycle, and project management principles. Once the training is complete, our analysts are deployed on client engagements, proposals, and strategic initiatives. A CPA stream is available for analysts who need to obtain working hours for their designation.
The objective of our Quick Start program is to provide analysts with exposure to a broad range of engagements, projects, and initiatives from across all service lines within our Financial Advisory practice. By developing core skills across multiple dimensions, the program aims to assist our analysts in building their careers as future advisors and agile leaders.
Enough about us, let’s talk about you
In this role, the expected qualifications are:
- Working towards completing a post-secondary degree or diploma in any of the following disciplines (or equivalent): Computer science, Information technology, Information systems, Business Intelligence, Computer security and investigations, Cyber Fraud or Cyber Investigations
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English (French would be an asset)
- Excellent customer service demeanor in a professional environment
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as a team
- The ability to elaborate innovative solutions and possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Willingness and ability to travel locally in Toronto and Canada as required (25%)
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The next step is yours
Apply by September 19, 2023 at 11:59 PM EST.
To be considered, you must submit your cover letter, resume and unofficial transcript in ONE PDF document
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