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Analyst - Due Diligence

Information About This Job

Job Title: Analyst - Due Diligence
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Chicago
Industry:
Contact Name: Nathan Blackman
Contact Email: nblackman@lawsonchase.com
Job Published: 29 days ago

Job Description

Seeking: Analyst to join a global investigations, intelligence and cyber services firm.

 

The Role

As an Analyst in the Due Diligence Practice, you will manage pre-employment background checks from start-to-finish by conducting open source and public records research into U.S. and international individuals and entities. Findings will be analyzed and compiled into a written report, which will enable clients to assess the legitimacy, general background, and overall reputation of a given subject or entity. When not completing client work, our Analysts contribute to the improvement of operational standards, procedures, and policies.

On an as-needed basis, you may also provide research support on larger projects within our other practices. You must be able to think critically to formulate cohesive solutions and unravel hidden connections based on large sets of data.

 

Skills & Experience

  • An undergraduate degree from an accredited university. Our team comes from a variety of educational backgrounds. Your passion about our work and mission weighs more than what you studied in school.

  • 0-1 years of previous work experience (including internships), particularly in a research or analysis capacity.

  • Extremely strong writing skills. The ability to quickly summarize information from multiple sources into concise, analytical assessments is pivotal to advance.

  • Ability to prioritize several project and assignments on multiple topics, while meeting tight deadlines. As a growing business, adaptability is the name of the game.

  • Rigorous self-review standards. It’s imperative that all our reports meet a consistently high level of quality. While your work will always be reviewed by a superior, the ability to edit your own work before submission is key to succeeding in the role.

Ref: | Published: 17 May 2019