Precognition Consultant (FTC 6 months with review) – King & Wood Mallesons


The Precognition Consultant will be responsible for the design, development and implementation the IT infrastructure and data structures required to implement the Precognition Reporting solution to the firm.

Key responsibilities:

Working as part of the Precognition Project Team, the Consultant will be responsible for:

· Design and implementation of the IT infrastructure required to host the system in conjunction with the firm’s IT department

· Data mapping of the firm’s source data from the Practice Management System, HR System and other sources to the destination tables

· Full documentation of the IT infrastructure and data mapping solutions

· Knowledge transfer of data mapping and metric calculation methodology to the rest of the project team and other key users

· Development and successful completion of the system test plan

Person Specification:

Skills/Knowledge required


Precognition – in depth knowledge of the underlying technology, data structures, data aggregations, metric calculation methodologies and front-end navigation
Knowledge of law firm Practice Management Systems’ data structures and common concepts and metric calculation methods Desirable:
Knowledge of Elite Enterprise data tables and structures
Abilities/ Aptitudes

Experience in Reporting and BI delivery solutions
Self-starter with a confident attitude towards work;
Ability to stay calm in often demanding environment;
Excellent, proven organisational skills;
Proven initiative and a proactive attitude towards existing work practices;
Reacts to project adjustments and alterations promptly and efficiently
Experience at working both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
Committed to taking responsibility and ownership for agreed actions and delivery.
Able to manage own workload and take responsibility for tasks
Demonstrate creative ability yet high attention to detail

3 years + experience in professional services environment – background in law desirable but not mandatory

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