Analyst (Legal Technology) - Belfast
About the Team
Our Legal Technology team is based within our Forensic Services business. Working closely with PwC’s New Law practice, we work with in-house legal teams from some of the largest organisations in the world. We help them to understand and assess all of the emerging legal technology on the market, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence driven solutions, and decide on what will be part of their future legal tech capability. In addition, we design, build and deliver solutions for clients using a number of cutting edge legal tech tools in order to improve our client’s business and solve commercial challenges.
Within Forensic Services, we have more than 100 technology practitioners working from dedicated technology laboratories in Belfast, London, Birmingham and Leeds.
About the Role
As an Analyst in our team, you will work on multiple concurrent projects for global priority clients and work alongside recognised industry specialists in machine learning, data analytics, information management and electronic discovery. You will take responsibility for delivering discrete parts of an engagement, and learn new techniques and tools, gaining experience and applying best practice methodology based on gathered knowledge.
As we look to harness artificial intelligence, robotics and machine learning to assist our clients, you’ll have the opportunity to research, design and implement these technologies to solve real life issues.
PwC Belfast is also home to one of three PwC & Google Innovation Labs. Along with New York and Sydney, we are now acknowledged as a global location where organisations can access the PwC and Google collaborative experience to co-create solutions to their digital and business challenges.
If you are interested in emerging technology, have an analytical mind and enjoy solving problems, we would be interested in talking to you. This position is based in Belfast, however candidates should also be prepared to travel as some of our projects may require team members to work at other PwC offices and/or client sites across the UK or overseas.
You'll need to have a 2.2 degree or above in a Technology related discipline e.g. Computer Science, Software Engineering, Maths, Physics, Computer Forensics or Artificial Intelligence, or, demonstrate that you have relevant work experience.
- Strong logical reasoning, attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
- Experience of tools designed to utilise machine learning algorithms to streamline the process of extracting and summarising information from unstructured data.
Knowledge and experience with data query and programming languages, such as SQL, C#, VBA and/or Python.
Knowledge and experience of e-discovery or computer forensics tools, including EnCase, FTK, and Nuix.