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New Senior role - London based

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New Senior role - London based

Post Posted: Wed Aug 24, 2005 9:43 am

Hello again. Please find details of a new role released last night. If you would like to discuss (in the strictest confidence) please call or email at any time on 01787 461082 or David @ appointments-uk.co.uk. David Sullivan.

This global consultancy require an ambitious Senior Computer Forensic Investigator to be based in their London office. These are exciting times for this organisation which is growing rapidly and seeing a huge increase in demand for their Computer Forensic services. With a reputation for outstanding training and development and an 'A' list global client base this role offers genuinely outstanding career development opportunities. With the interpersonal skills to be credible at Board Level and at least three years Computer Forensics experience within a commercial Computer Forensic environment, you are now looking for a role that will allow you to take on a real variety of complex casework and additional responsibility, including the mentoring of junior colleagues. In this key role you will manage and perform civil forensic examinations of computer systems and other associated digital media and devices. You will also draft expert reports and prepare evidence for submission into court and other dispute resolution forums. Any experience of providing expert evidence in a civil environment would be useful and you will, of course, be trained in the use of common Forensic Computing applications, specifically EnCase. You will also have a wide knowledge of computer operating systems, computer hardware, network architecture, file systems and email and internet protocols.
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David Sullivan
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