Conflicts analysts hold a fast-paced conflict resolution and research position. Aspiring conflicts analysts must be able to identify potential conflicts within a corporation and from its customers in an effective and timely manner, as well as effectively conduct research to ensure that conflicts are resolved in a safe and legal manner. Communication skills and the the ability to supervise a staff of researchers and other departmental employees are also important.
Conflicts analysts must be able to work well with current clients while also actively pursuing new clientele, and multi-tasking skills are essential in this position as conflict-resolution projects are of high priority within an organization as well as to its clients. Some positions may require the analyst to work remotely, as well.
Candidates for this position should have at least a bachelor's degree and one year of conflict resolution/research experience, and working knowledge of computer software and Microsoft Office programs may also be required.
Conflicts Analyst Tasks
Reviews and analyzes conflict of interest reports for prospective clientele.
May manage or perform some maintenance to a legal database.
Drafts a summary of the analysis performed on the conflict reports.