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Digital Forensic Analyst, £25k - £30K, Wakefield

Post Posted: Jun 15, 18 09:48

I have very exciting opportunity for an experienced Digital Forensic Analyst to join one of the UK’s leading Digital Forensic organisations. Salary very competitive attracting someone with the necessary ambition and drive to take on a very exciting challenge.
You will be dealing with Law Enforcement and Government Agencies, Corporate and Legal firms. Casework may involve dealing with data of a sensitive nature which may be offensive and distressing (e.g. Images of Child abuse).
The role will cover all aspects of Digital Forensics and the successful candidate will be responsible for acquiring & investigating a wide range of electronic evidence together with the monitoring of staff and the development of new analytical methods and processes.

Key Skills:
• At least two years’ experience of undertaking digital forensic analysis of computers within a Public or Private sector role;
• Have excellent knowledge of digital hardware, experience in different file systems & operating systems artefacts;
• Knowledge of the laws & principles of digital forensics & electronic evidence;
• Be meticulous, have a highly analytical and enquiring mind,
• Review tools, in particular Cellebrite or Oxygen, X-Ways or EnCase and Nuix.
• Programming \ EnScript experience advantageous;
• eDiscovery experience advantageous;
• Able to work independently but also a good team player;

Call or email on 0203 7622230 / joe.rowley @ fitzroysolutions.com