We're Hiring: Service Delivery Virtual Open House - August, 26th
Join us at our first virtual open house to learn more about Relativity, network with team members, and inquire about available positions.
About this Event
We're solving big data challenges in the legal tech industry, and we're always looking for more people to join us on the journey. We don't believe in 'ideal' candidates, so if you see a job that sparks your interest, go for it. Wherever you're from, however you identify, and whatever experience you have, you can belong at Relativity.
Our Service Delivery team works to support our best-in-class cloud platform, RelativityOne. Join us to learn more about our Service Delivery team and the challenging problems they are solving. The event will begin with an overview of Relativity. Following the presentation, guests will have the opportunity to meet with hiring managers and recruiters in a smaller group setting for networking and questions.
5:00PM - 5:30PM| Presentation
5:30PM - 6:00PM | Networking with hiring managers and recruiters
We're currently hiring for the following technical roles on our Service Delivery team:
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