Legal Knowledge Engineer Team : Central Knowledge Management
Reports to : Director of Knowledge and Information Architecture
Purpose of job : Working as part of the Central KM team to deliver KM systems services to an internal audience, and support the delivery of selected services to clients.
The KM systems team provides services covering Document Automation, Search, Intranet, DMS, Experience Management and Closing Sets.
This role will focus primarily on delivering Document Automation services using Contract Express to automate internal and client facing documents (approx.
85% of time), and the role will include delivering services in other areas from time to time and being involved in projects to develop new systems and services (approx. 15%)
What’s in it for you? This is a great opportunity to showcase existing skills and develop a new set of skills which are in high and growing demand across the legal industry.
You will be working with a high-energy team focussed on delivering on an exciting KM strategy. You will be able to get involved with a wide range of KM systems services and projects.
Key responsibilities :
Key relationships : Principle customers of automated documents are the Firm’s Knowledge Development Lawyers (KDLs) and these relationships will be key.
Also, other key relationships include :
Experience and knowledge Essential :
Skills and competencies
g. 6 times a year. Possible limited international travel.
Diversity, inclusion and working differently Diversity and inclusion is at the heart of our firm. At BCLP we aim to create an inclusive and inspirational culture where all our employees are valued, motivated and able to be themselves.
BCLP is a firm with an increasingly flexible workforce and is supportive of flexible working arrangements, tailored to the individual, wherever possible.
Please feel free to speak to the Resourcing Team about the flexibility we are offering for this role.
Confidentiality To ensure all hardcopy materials containing confidential information are securely stored and accessible only to those authorised to view such content.
To ensure all confidential information stored electronically is securely stored and accessible only to those authorised to view such content.
Disclosure As a regulated firm of solicitors, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP ( BCLP ) is required to undertake appropriate vetting of staff.
In addition to completion, by applicants who accept a job offer, of a regulatory questionnaire, BCLP uses a specialist provider to undertake professional verification and background checks (including through electronic data sources, and directly with employers and professional bodies / regulators) on our behalf.
We will also undertake certain verifications ourselves.
BCLP adopts a risk-based approach to its vetting procedures, which are only undertaken with consent, and in accordance with it legal and regulatory obligations.
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