Simpson Thacher’s Data Analyst helps turn raw data into information, insight and discrete solutions for our lawyers, clients and operational support staff. This versatile role will work across business functions using quantitative skills and ingenuity to improve the ways in which the Firm’s digital assets are consumed, understood and acted upon.
The Data Analyst will conduct research and business analysis related to Firm and third-party data and associated systems. The Firm’s Data Analyst will package insights into visual, easy-to-consume forms that help our users make important business decisions quickly and easily. This position will interact regularly with executive staff and lawyers, requiring the ability to synthesize complex information and effectively communicate nuanced data insights.
The Data Analyst will be a part of the Data Analytics Group, which is positioned within the Firm’s Knowledge Department. The Knowledge Department’s mission is to improve client value, efficiency and professional satisfaction by streamlining processes, capturing and leveraging the Firm’s knowledge, by turning matter data into useful insights, and by helping lawyers find documents and information faster.
The estimated base salary range for this position is $110k to $125k at the time of posting. The actual salary offered will depend on a variety of factors, including without limitation, the qualifications of the individual applicant for the position, years of relevant experience, level of education attained, certifications or other professional licenses held, and if applicable, the location in which the applicant lives and/or from which they will be performing the job. This role is exempt meaning it is not overtime pay eligible.
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