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Position: Forensic Imaging Specialist

Force: Greater Manchester Police

Location: Manchester

Salary: £29,064 - £30,951 a year

The Forensic Imaging Unit is a well-established and highly motivated team who are part of the Digital Forensic & Technical Investigation Section of the Forensic Services Department.

Are you experienced in medical or crime scene photography/videography? Do you have experience with E-Fit / EvoFit?
Do you have experience with photography and video enhancement?
If so we are looking for you to join our Forensic Imaging Unit.

The role will be working within the well-established and highly motivated forensic imaging unit as a Forensic Imaging Specialists.

The role will involve working unsocial hours due to the nature of the work undertaken, working shifts between 0800 and 2300 Monday to Friday, providing a 24/7 on call service outside of these hours to support investigations, utilising specialist photography/videography, including 360 virtual tours, attending post mortems to record/photograph the process, working closely with pathologists, and then de-sensitizing images for use in court.

 

The role will also be responsible for putting together the digital court presentations.


The role will involve working with witnesses to produce facial composites (E-Fit), as well as specialist Injury, footwear, fingerprint photography and other investigative requirements.

Position: CT Digital Forensic Investigator

Force: West Yorkshire Police

Location: Leeds

Salary: £31,095 - £32,907

We have an exciting opportunity just for you, working within Counter Terrorism Policing Team. We want people who enjoy working as part of team, but also have the self-motivation to work independently. You will conduct digital forensic investigations of all digital devices to obtain evidence and intelligence in support of regional, national and international counter terrorism policing

Is this you?

To be considered for this post can you answer yes to the following questions?
 

  • Do you possess a thorough working knowledge and expertise of common operating systems, applications, basic network technologies and internet technologies?

  • Do you have a degree in Computer Science/Forensic Computing Studies or equivalent qualification in digital forensics and/or significant proven relevant experience/training in these fields?

  • Do you have an ability to attend and successfully complete the Tier 1 core courses in relation to the recovery and analysis of digital evidence, as specified by the National CT Digital Investigations Training Pathway?

  • Are you willing and able to travel for business purposes, regionally, nationally & internationally, possibly for extended periods?

  • Are you willing and able to work unsociable hours, provide 24 hour cover if necessary and have the ability to change hours at short notice?

Position: Assistant Digital Forensics Manager

Force: Royal Mail

Location: Battersea, London

Salary: £33,745 per annum plus 10% business related bonus and 25 days annual leave

You will join a highly capable and established forensic team and be a vital player delivering comprehensive investigative services. As part of this you will use a range of digital forensics tools including XRY and Cellebrite to identify and produce digital evidence to assist in intelligence development, criminal investigations and financial recoveries.

 

 

You will need to have a flexible approach and possess experience of assisting in implementing and maintaining ISO 17025 and knowledge of legislation concerning evidence handling, RIPA and presentation of evidence to court.

 

 

You will undertake digital forensic acquisitions from handheld exhibits such as mobile phones, tablets and SatNavs, collect and analyse data and provide detailed and clear reports on your findings.

About you
You will be highly motivated with a minimum 2 years experience as a Mobile Phone Forensic Analyst. Being confident in digital evidence gathering and decision making, relating to large investigations, having previous experience using XRY and UFED is essential, with some knowledge of Encase, FTK, Macquistion and Axiom desirable.

Position: Digital Forensic Supervisor - Digital Forensic Unit - Protecting Vulnerable People

Force: Cambridgeshire Constabulary

Location: Headquarters, Huntingdon, Cambs

Salary: £31,995 - £36,525

Working within Joint Protective Services (Scientific Services Unit), this is an exciting and challenging opportunity to manage an operationally focused, highly regulated Digital Forensic Unit, supporting investigations for Cambridgeshire Constabulary while working in partnership with Bedfordshire Police and ERSOU.

You will report to the Digital Forensic Manager and you will lead a team of Digital Forensic Examiners and Technicians, making data captured from a variety of hardware and software systems and incidents available to investigators and Criminal Justice partners for the expeditious disposal of cases. This role will also involve the day to day regulation of a comprehensive ISO rated quality system following a collaborated standardised operating model across three DF units, and the ongoing competency of staff to successfully complete their duties.

All applications must be submitted through our online recruitment website by clicking the apply button below.

Position: Forensic Investigator

Company: Sky

Location: Isleworth

Salary: Attractive

We’re Sky, Europe’s biggest entertainment brand. Think top-quality shows. Breaking news. Innovative tech. Must-have products. Careers here mean the freedom and support you need to make an impact – pushing boundaries, creating solutions, hitting targets. And as part of our close-knit team, you’ll enjoy plenty of benefits. Plus, experiences you’ll only find at Sky.

This role is an exciting opportunity to join us and work within our Investigation Team.

The perks
Sky Q, a generous pension and private health care. Access to over 12,000 LinkedIn Learning courses to support your development. And if that’s not enough, our award-winning Osterley campus boasts six subsidised restaurants, a cinema, gym, and much more.

To find out more about working with us, search #LifeatSky on LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram.

Just so you know: if your application is successful, we’ll ask you to complete a criminal record check. And depending on the role you have applied for and the nature of any convictions, we might withdraw the offer.

We’re happy to discuss flexible working.

It’s our people that make Sky Europe’s leading entertainment company. That’s why we work hard to be an inclusive employer, so everyone at Sky can be their best.

Position: Forensic Digital Media Examiner

Force: Surrey Police and Sussex Police

Location: Guildford

Salary: Surrey Police £22,394 - £25,963 / Sussex Police £21,507 - £23,361

The Forensic Digital Media Unit has been established to meet the demand of modern policing.


Are you confident, self-motivated and methodical? Can you work to tight deadlines with minimal supervision? Would you like to work in a fast-paced forensic multi-media environment?


As a Forensic Digital Media Examiner you will provide a high quality service to stakeholders, investigators and the Major Crime Team in relation to serious incidents, giving advice and options for the most appropriate presentation and production of vital multimedia evidence.


This role encompasses and wide variety of work dealing with multimedia components including the processing of video, audio and photographic evidence for presentation in court and to support on-going investigations.


An eye for detail and understanding of colour management is important in this role to ensure that all outputs provide an accurate representation of that which it purports to be. The job will also involve coming into contact with images which will be of a sensitive or disturbing nature.


Job progression from E to F grade once the Examiner is deemed competent in the role.

For further information about this vacancy candidates can contact the Team Leader for the Forensic Digital Media Unit, James Slade.
Email: james.slade@surrey.pnn.police.uk

Position: Digital Forensic Analyst

Company/Organisation: South Yorkshire Police

Location: Sheffield

Salary: £21,507 - £28,353

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a digital forensic analyst post within South Yorkshire Police’s Digital Forensic Unit. This role is suitable for graduates with little/no experience and experienced examiners alike due to the roles being part of a career development programme. Any previous experience will be assessed to determine where on the programme individuals are placed.

The Digital Forensics Unit are involved in investigating all types of crime, supporting Force wide Districts and departments. Under the guidance of a Senior Digital Forensic Analyst, you will use forensic techniques and tools to identify and acquire evidence and intelligence held on digital devices. You will analyze data using appropriate forensic techniques and produce streamlined forensic reports for use in court. Additionally, you will provide advice and technical support to operational officers during proactive operations, investigations and warrants.

An excellent programme of continuous professional development is offered.

Position: Digital Forensic Analyst

Company/Organisation: South Yorkshire Police

Location: Sheffield

Salary: £21,507 - £28,353

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a digital forensic analyst post within South Yorkshire Police’s Digital Forensic Unit. This role is suitable for graduates with little/no experience and experienced examiners alike due to the roles being part of a career development programme. Any previous experience will be assessed to determine where on the programme individuals are placed.

The Digital Forensics Unit are involved in investigating all types of crime, supporting Force wide Districts and departments. Under the guidance of a Senior Digital Forensic Analyst, you will use forensic techniques and tools to identify and acquire evidence and intelligence held on digital devices. You will analyze data using appropriate forensic techniques and produce streamlined forensic reports for use in court. Additionally, you will provide advice and technical support to operational officers during proactive operations, investigations and warrants.

An excellent programme of continuous professional development is offered.

Position: Forensic Junior Manager

Company/Organisation: Metropolitan Police Service

Location: Lambeth, London

Salary: £28,163 to £30,333 plus £2,623 location allowance

This is an exciting time to work for Forensic Operational Support, within MO4 as a Forensic Junior Manager for the Metropolitan Police Service. This role will give you the opportunity to support all forensic disciplines required to support frontline investigations. In addition to large-scale transformation, there's the unique and ever-evolving challenge of policing London. This means that as a Forensic Junior Manager, there are opportunities for you to get involved with making London the safest global city in a time of unprecedented change within the UK's largest Police Service.

Our teams are the first point of contact for exhibits and enquiries in all forensic submissions, responsible for handling around 250,000 requests per year.

Position: Digital Forensic Team Leader

Company/Organisation: Sussex Police

Location: Guildford

Salary: £31,004 - £37,042

The Tier 2 Digital Forensic Team environment is designed to be technically equipped to quickly process digital media in support of volume crime offences where no Indecent or Disturbing images are expected. It is specifically designed to support criminal justice outcomes, reduce bail times, elicit early guilty pleas and support the on-going transformation of summary justice. The Team Leader role will manage and facilitate examinations without creating backlogs or blockages over extended hours.

 

Surrey and Sussex Digital Forensic Team and Forensic Investigations are offering exciting full time Team leader opportunity in Surrey Digital Forensic Team. Team Leaders oversee, coordinate and manage workloads. They will be expected to be aware of their team’s activities and coordinate their response to demand. You will be expected to maintain a working knowledge of the demand and resources, coordinating a response to meet changing requirements and escalating cases where appropriate.

Position: Hourly Paid Lecturer

Company/Organisation: Nottingham Trent University

Location: Nottingham

Salary: HPL1 (£33,199 - £37,345 p.a. pro rata)

Special Conditions: £43.02 per direct teaching hour. This includes the following elements: teaching, preparation and marking of the scheduled programme of work (Flat rate of £17.21 will be paid for completing one of the above elements of the schedule.) The Department of Sociology at Nottingham Trent University delivers programmes in Criminology, Sociology, Youth Justice, Youth Studies, Policing and Career Guidance/ Development. We are a vibrant and committed team and are looking for individuals to join our team on an hourly paid basis.

 

The Department of Sociology at Nottingham Trent University is more than an academic pursuit. By working through our staff, students, graduates and external partners and beyond the confines of the university, we actively seek to make a positive and lasting difference to the communities we are part of. Our large inter-disciplinary team is committed to shaping knowledge, policy and practice through highly rated courses and an outstanding reputation for theoretically informed, applied research.

Position: Police Training Support Manager

Company/Organisation: Nottingham Trent University

Location: Nottingham

Salary:Grade H (£33,199 - £37,345 p.a.)

The ideal candidate will have served time either as a police officer or member of police staff working within the training environment of the police service.

Candidates applying for this role must have either a police trainers’ certificate or relevant police obtained training qualification or to have attended the national police trainers’ course. The candidate must have delivered to new police officer recruits within the last 5 years to demonstrate their relevance to the subject matter.

 

The post holder will also support the Principal Lecturer in Policing and International Law Enforcement in their collaborative work with partner agencies and support the academic team with the delivery and assessments for the undergraduate degrees in Policing at NTU.

Position: Digital Forensic Examiner

Company/Organisation: ERSOU

Location: Herts

Salary:£30,195 - £38,700

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Eastern Regional Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) as a Digital Forensic Examiner.

ERSOU celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our Officers and Staff. Where possible we will also consider flexible working requests.

Applications are invited for the Police Staff post of Digital Forensic Examiner within the Regional Cyber Crime Unit (RCCU) of ERSOU. Ideally applicants will be experienced digital forensic investigators, however applications from staff with basic experience are welcome, but depending on the level of interest trained and experience staff would take precedence at paper sift.

Position: CYBER HEAD OF DELIVERY

Company/Organisation: Mass Consultants Ltd

Location: St. Neots

Salary: £65,000 - £70,000 a year

MASS is a technology company with a 35-year heritage in defence, government and industrial markets in the UK and around the world. Our Cyber & Law Enforcement Group provides a comprehensive range of cyber and digital forensics services to our customers and we are currently looking to fill a leadership role within the Group’s Cyber Team.

Reporting into the Group Head Cyber & Law Enforcement, the Head of Delivery will run their team and work closely at all levels with our customers to ensure successful ongoing delivery of our digital forensic managed services offering.

Position: Digital Forensic Investigator

Company/Organisation: Thames Valley Police

Location: Thames Valley

Salary: £30,581 a year

Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTP SE) are recruiting for a Digital Forensic Investigator to conduct detailed digital forensic examinations as part of investigations and operations into Terrorism and Domestic Extremism related offences.

This is an exciting role with opportunities to learn and develop your skills in a unique environment. Conducting digital forensic examinations of seized computers, mobile phones and other electronic devices using appropriate ISO17025 accredited processes, methodologies, tools and techniques, you will pass on any relevant information and intelligence to appropriate person(s) and departments, complying with appropriate legislation.

Position: Digital Forensic Unit Investigator – JRN 20351

Company/Organisation: Northumbria Police

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne

Salary: £22,617 - £30,195 a year

Applications are invited for the above posts from candidates with the relevant knowledge and investigative mind set. The overall purpose of which is to support officers and staff investigating crime. Securing evidence from computers, mobile phones and any other digital storage media devices will be done in a manner acceptable to the courts and in compliance with force instructions and quality systems (ISO17025). The role also includes receiving exhibits, examining, dismantling and carrying out the forensic acquisition of storage media, triage of exhibits, carrying out investigations, and the examination and grading of indecent images.

For further information regarding the above post please contact DFU Manager, Cyber-Crime Crime Department, Digital Forensic Unit. Ext. 0191 4373507

Position: Digital Forensics Manager

Company/Organisation: RSR Police

Location:South West region

Salary: £750 a day -  Contract

RSR Police is a market leading recruitment business dedicated to supplying experienced practitioners on a temporary, contractual or permanent basis to the Law Enforcement, Cyber Security, Offender Management and Regulatory Services talent markets.

RSR Police are currently recruiting for a Digital Forensics Manager to join one of their clients to manage and implement digital forensic process and be the leading subject matter expert within the field of Digital Forensics for the team.

This is a contract role until December 2019 with the potential to be extended, based in the South West region with some additional travel as required. This role attracts a day rate of up to £750 per day.

Position: PS/1082/H - A6 - Quality Manager - Digital Forensic Investigation Unit

Company/Organisation: Cambridge Constabulary and Bedfordshire Police

Location:Hertfordshire

Salary: £40,719 - £52,185 a year

The successful candidate will develop, lead and implement appropriate strategies and processes, including responsibility for a quality management system, to enable the Constabulary to achieve and maintain UKAS accreditation to ISO 17025 for digital forensics. Operate as the force expert in all matters relating to digital forensics with regard to ISO Accreditation.

The post sits within the Digital Forensic Investigation Unit (DFIU) which is the Force's dedicated team responsible for the identification, forensic extraction and interpretation of intelligence and evidence from computers, mobiles, tablets and other digital devices in accordance with NPCC guidelines.

Position: Head of Operational Forensic Services

Company/Organisation: Surrey Police

Location:Haywards Heath

Salary: £51,051 a year

The role is accountable for leading the business area of Operational Forensic Services providing strong visible leadership and strategic direction, supervising and quality assuring the work of the senior management team, team leaders and forensic practitioners across a broad range of forensic services which includes Crime Scene Services, Digital Forensics, fingerprints and laboratory services.

 

The post holder will provide senior leadership across both Forces, delivering their expertise to other senior leadership and management teams. The post holder will work with key internal and external stakeholders and agencies ensuring the best possible forensic service is delivered to the communities of Surrey and Sussex.

Position: Digital Forensic Analyst

Company/Organisation: Sussex Police

Location: Guildford

Salary: £20,000 - £29,999 a year

We are looking to fill a vacancy for Forensic Computer Analyst currently based at Guildford HQ, Mount Browne.

Are you capable of combining technical ability with an investigative and analytical approach to case information?

Do you want to be an integral member of a specialist unit that supports all levels of criminal investigations within Surrey and Sussex?

The Digital Forensics Team is responsible for the forensic recovery and analysis of data from computers and mobile phones seized during all investigations. We also provide support to all staff with advice regarding internet crime and relevant exhibit seizure.

Position: Forensic Collision Investigator

Company/Organisation: Sussex Police

Location: Shoreham

Salary: £30,000 - £39,999 a year

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a full time Forensic Collision Investigator within the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit based at Shoreham. The FCIU is within the collaborated operations command of Sussex and Surrey and part of Roads Policing.

The successful candidate will, therefore, be required at times, to work across both force areas and provide support to other forces on rare occasions.

The Forensic Collision Investigation Unit is responsible for the in-depth investigation into the causes of fatal and serious injury road traffic collisions. The unit will also be employed in any other arena where its skills and abilities will assist other departments or add value to investigations.

Position: Digital Field Officer, Forensic Services

Company/Organisation: National Crime Agency

Location:Bristol, South West : London : Tamworth,

West Midlands : Warrington, North West

Salary: £26,536 - £32,000 + London Weighting Allowance of £3,258

We are currently looking to recruit Grade 5 Digital Field Officer to join our Digital Forensics Team in either Bristol, London, Warrington or Tamworth.

The role holder will work on a variety of highend cases including OCG investigations, complex fraud and corruption, child exploitation and cyber-crime.

To be successful in this role you will be able to work both within an ISO-accredited laboratory environment and at scene to extract, process and analyse data stored within digital devices.

Position: Digital Forensics Trainer

Company/Organisation: MASS

Location: St. Neots

Salary: Attractive

We are looking for a Digital Forensics Trainer to deliver a world class digital forensics (DF) training programme as part of an innovative managed service.

The role will initially be providing training in London as the managed service mobilises with the inaugural customer, who is the UK’s largest Law Enforcement Agency.

 

Your responsibilities will include the delivery of face to face classroom based training, to a wide range of frontline staff who will typically have very little prior DF knowledge. As the service scales you will be expected to take ownership of the training materials and develop them accordingly.

Position: HiTech Crime Investigator 

Company/Organisation: Northamptonshire Police

Location: Northamptonshire

Salary: £25,566 - £36,420 a year

The purpose of the role is to provide Northamptonshire Police, the community and the Criminal Justice System (and other forces within the East Midlands region as required) with an evidential data investigation capability.


HiTech Crime Investigators are responsible for all stages of the forensic processing of digital evidence. This can start with the first response for onsite evidence preservation and collection in support of a warrant through to the subsequent presentation at judicial proceedings. A vital part of the role is the integrity and continuity of evidence.

The Police Service is an equal opportunities organisation.

Position: Head of Capability Development

Company/Organisation: HMRC

Location: London

Salary: £67,800 - £76,610 a year

The post holder will lead the Cyber & Digital Forensic elements of the FIS Modernisation Programme, collaborating with colleagues in the Chief Digital & Information Officer Group (CDIO) to establish a flexible operating model that enables scaled innovation as well as the Deputy Head of DSI and the Deputy Director DSI to establish a suite of tools for modern investigation.

The post-holder will play an important role in developing and upskilling talent within FIS and help educate case teams in terms of the art of the possible whilst managing expectations and business as usual. They will also be expected to direct the development of new approaches and bespoke tooling as well as aligning DSI activity with broader HMRC direction.

Position: Head of Digital Forensics

Company/Organisation: HMRC

Location: London

Salary: £67,800 - £76,610 a year

The role:
Reporting to the Head of Cyber and Digital Forensics (C&DF), this post plays an important role in developing and upskilling talent within FIS and helps educate investigation case teams. The post -holder will be expected to transform and introduce a new era of forensics, from new approaches aligned with ISO17025 to being heavily involved in the delivery of a new contract for outsourcing. This will involve working closely with operational colleagues across Government, ensuring we are playing a full and effective role across Whitehall and beyond.


A key element of the post will involve building relationships and establishing mechanisms for bringing in best practice developed elsewhere as well as handle complaints and provide reporting to Senior Civil Service colleagues across HMRC.

Position: Digital Forensic Consultant

Company/Organisation: Global client based in the UK

Location: London

Salary: £50,000 - £55,000 a year

You will be responsible for:

  • Work cohesively with and support investigation teams across regions.

  • Providing forensic expertise and consultative solutions in data collections and investigative services to clients.

  • Providing expert witness testimony in court

  • Developing and maintaining client relationships.

  • Ensuring work is up to an evidential standard and is defensible in a court of law.

Previous, demonstrable digital forensics experience and the use of common digital forensics tools such as Nuix, X-Ways, Cellebrite and Encase in both expert and practical use are essential.

Position: Digital Forensics Manager

Company/Organisation: Hampshire Constabulary

Location: Portsmouth University

Salary: £33,933 - £36,936

We are currently recruiting for a Digital Forensic Manager, to be based at Portsmouth University, in this role you will manage a specialism within the Constabulary's Digital Forensic Unit ensuring that the force maintains an effective and efficient capability supporting investigations in accordance with the ACPO guidance.

To manage and develop the digital forensic teams and individuals to achieve force priorities, manage, monitor, quality assure and report performance, co-ordinate the delivery of an effective forensic and technical support service for investigations in order to support solving crime, manage the provision of effective forensic capture, retrieval, and presentation of digital evidence from computers, computer related media, and digital devices including mobile phones within the Digital Forensics Group of Scientific Services and tactically advise investigating officers in all areas of e-Crime specific to their investigations.

Position: Digital forensic technician

Company/Organisation: Metropolitan Police Service

Location: Lambeth, London

Salary: £31,070 to £36,893 plus £2,930 location allowance. You will receive £31,070 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £36,893 will be via incremental progression.

Our Digital Forensic Hubs are labs located around the capital, and you'll work in one of these hubs with a talented team consisting of a hub manager, other forensic technicians, and forensic assistants. You'll perform digital forensic examinations, and ensure strategies meet appropriate legislation and quality standards. This rotational role will see you move between the hubs and central laboratory where you will receive advanced training to develop your skills and knowledge.

In this crucial role, you'll conduct the forensic analysis of digital submissions, and give hands-on advice to investigating officers. That means communicating technical information in a clear, simple way. Your notes, reports and statements will be well written, and you'll attend court as a witness.

Position: Digital forensic examiner

Company/Organisation: Metropolitan Police Service

Location: West Brompton, London

Salary: £38,531 to £43,127 plus £2,930 location allowance. You will receive £38,531 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £43,127 will be via incremental progression.

As the demands on our digital forensic team continue to grow, we need to bring more experts to our NDES unit. Your role will be to obtain data from computer media (including mobile phones), analyse it, and present it as evidence in court. You may also be asked to attend crime scenes if turning off a device could mean the loss of evidence. In all cases, you'll need a methodical approach to digital investigation.

The unit needs to stay up to date with the latest technology, so you'll also be assessing future needs and our operational capability. This will ensure that we keep pace with advances, while placing you at digital's cutting-edge.

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Position: JOU RPU Forensic Collision Investigator

Company/Organisation: Thames Valley Police

Location: Aylesbury, Bucks

Salary: £30,483 to £32,259, per annum

We are currently recruiting for a Roads Policing Unit Forensic Collision Investigator, within our Joint Operations Unit (JOU), based at Aylesbury. 

 

 

As the post holder, you will provide specialist expertise in the investigation of serious and fatal collisions as defined by the College of Policing APP guidance on ‘Investigating Road Deaths’, investigate serious injury and other complex and high profile collisions and with the consent of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) and Professionals Standards department, investigate fatal or serious injury police vehicle incidents that may occur within the JOU area or another Force area.

Position: Senior Digital Forensic Analyst

Company/Organisation: South Yorkshire Police

Location: Churchill Way, Sheffield

Salary: £29,289 - £33,771

An opportunity has arisen within South Yorkshire Police’s Digital Forensics Unit for a Senior Digital Forensic Analyst to join the team. The Digital Forensics Unit are involved in investigating all types of crime, supporting Force wide Districts and departments.

As a Senior Digital Forensic Analyst, you will use forensic techniques and tools to identify and acquire evidence and intelligence held on digital devices. You will analyse data using appropriate forensic techniques and produce streamlined forensic reports for use in court.

Additionally, you will provide advice and technical support to operational officers during proactive operations, investigations and warrants. You will be expected to work within a forensic environment that adheres to ISO 17025 standards, working to technical procedures and quality management procedures. This includes taking on roles or functions, which are essential for the accreditation process and maintenance of accreditation thereafter.

 

 

Position: Forensic Investigator 

Company/Organisation: Santander

Location: London

Salary: Competitive

Experience of working on investigations that are of interest to the bank’s regulators, and commercial perspective
 

We have an exciting opportunity for a Forensic Investigator to join our team. Santander UK is growing its forensic investigations team to further increase our capability in this niche area, this will further enable us to safeguard the bank and our customers, while further aiding us to meet our regulatory obligations.

We’re passionate about helping people and businesses prosper and we strive to be simple, personal and fair in everything we do. That’s why we’ve built a culture of respect, where everyone is empowered to keep their promises and go above-and-beyond for our customers, colleagues and the communities we serve.

Pension with generous contributions from Santander, 30 days’ holiday plus bank holidays, with the option to purchase up to 5 contractual days per year, £6,000 car allowance per year

 

 

Position: Investigating Officer - Roads Policing

Company/Organisation: West Mercia Police

Location: Bromsgrove

Salary: £25,062 - £29,601 a year

A strategic alliance has been formed between Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police in order to enable both forces to meet the challenge of reducing policing budgets. By working more closely together the forces will benefit from greater operational and organisational resilience, making us the fourth largest geographic police area in England and Wales. 

The main purpose of the role is to Investigate KSI Collisions and other crime, and to actively participate in a wide range of evidence gathering and investigation tasks.

 

The closing date for this post is 12 noon on Tuesday 29th January 2019 

 

Interviews will be held W/C 18th February 2019 

 

 

Position: Cyber Security, Senior Manager - Advisory/Consulting

Company/Organisation: PWC

Location: London

Salary: £Attractive

We are enjoying unprecedented nation-wide and international growth in client demand, and we are now seeking to make several important hires in to key leadership roles in our practice. We are looking to recruit several Senior Managers to join our Private Sector Cyber Advisory practice.

The Cyber Security Senior Manager provides expert strategy, risk and technical advice, guidance and support on cyber security, both in business-as-usual and for live and planned projects within our clients’ business.

 

 

 

 

Position: Senior Digital Forensics Officer

Company/Organisation: Competition and Market Authority (CMA)

Location: London

Salary: £40,252 - £44,625

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) presents an exciting opprotinity for a skilled Digital Forensic professional to work across varied and complex investigations of national importance.

We are looking for a Senior Digital Forensics Officer to join our Enforcement Directorate to deliver a proactive and comprehensive investigative service.

 

As a member of the Digital Forensics Investigation Service Team, you will undertake ethically and professionally a variety of digital forensics and eDiscovery tasks in the collection and analysis of electronic evidence. As a senior officer, you will supervise less experienced team members in their day-day tasks, and provide training and support for their ongoing development.

 

 

 

Position: Technical Investigator

Company/Organisation: The Police Investigation & Review Commissioner

Location: Hamilton, ML3 0QA

Salary: £28,891 - £33,094 per year

This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual to work in a fast paced environment with a growing, progressive organisation.

As a Technical Investigator you will support the Commissioner and Head of Investigations in carrying out effective and efficient investigations into serious matters involving the police in Scotland. These can include investigations into deaths in police custody and investigations of criminal allegations against the police.

 

The successful candidate must have proven experience and in depth knowledge of a wide range of computer hardware and software applications including CCTV / video systems and will be able to provide technical support to maintain the effective day to day running of the organisation.

 

 

 

Position: Senior Forensic Practitioner

Company/Organisation: HM Revenue and Customs

Location: City of London, London, EC3R 6EE : Nottingham, East Midlands, NG2 1BG

Salary: National £36,750, London £39,730 - National £40,930, London £44,240

The Senior Forensic Practitioner role in C&DF is pivotal to the successful delivery of the team and offers varied and challenging work.

The primary responsibility of the Senior Forensic Practitioner is to provide technical assistance to HMRC’s investigation teams through the forensic examination of digital media devices that have been or are suspected of being used in the commission of crime. This will include verbal updates and written summaries, including preparing reports and presenting evidential material to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and the Court.

The difference between the Higher and the Senior roles is: the level of complexity of cases; the level of direction expected in terms of leading junior colleagues; and the expectation of managing on-site acquisition. You will be expected to liaise with Senior Investigation Officers (SIOs) running operations and their senior management structures.

 

 

 

Position: Forensic contract manager

Company/Organisation: Metropolitan Police Service

Location: Lambeth, London

Salary: £42,505 to £55,069 plus £2,930 location allowance. You will receive £42,505 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £55,069 will be via incremental progression.

The Forensic department at the Met plays a critical role in police investigations, detecting crimes and ultimately, keeping the city safe. Our officers have to recover and analyse evidence, then implement their findings quickly so police strategies can be carried out seamlessly.

 

That's why we need someone who isn't intimidated by intricate contracts, and can keep suppliers up to our standards.

As a Contracts Manager, you'll monitor the performance of our Forensic team's analytical services. It's about ensuring quality reviews meet or even exceed customer's expectations and regulatory requirements. You'll also track external forensic science services so that they deliver value for money. And through your reports and presentations, you'll keep senior management updated on their performance.

 

 

 

Position: Financial Crime Investigator

Company/Organisation: Dyfed Powys Police

Location: Carmarthen

Salary: £28,713 - £31,365 a year

Brief Description of job, its main purpose and major tasks:

To investigate the financial affairs of persons and organisations under criminal investigation and to play a leading support role in the work of the Financial Investigation Unit (FIU).

Role Specific

1. To co-ordinate the work of the FCT through administering the research, analysis and presentation of information and intelligence concerning persons and organisations under investigation regarding drugs and crime.

2. To carry out financial investigations by identifying, tracing and quantifying assets and assessing the benefit from drug trafficking and other criminal activity.

3. To present findings of investigations to colleagues, other forces and agencies, and for evidential purposes in criminal and civil courts.

4. To attend court and give evidence on investigations.

5. To liaise with colleagues, other police and law enforcement agencies, regulators, financial institutions and other bodies so as to promote the free flow of information and intelligence.

 

 

 

Position: Digital Forensic Investigator

Company/Organisation: Dyfed Powys Police

Location: Carmarthen

Salary: £24,273 - £31,365 a year

Brief Description of job, its main purpose and major tasks:

To provide an expert digital forensic service to the force under the supervision of the Manager of the Digital Communications and Cyber Crime Unit.

1. To examine mobile and non-mobile digital devices and all associated computer and communications media in accordance with recognised forensic techniques and processes, including the ACPO principles and all relevant legislation and guidance.

2. To assist case officers by recovering and assessing data from computers, mobile phones and other digital devices and drawing inferences therefrom.

3. To attend and assist at search warrants, monitoring visits and suspect interviews, with particular reference to child protection and indecency cases.

4. To prepare detailed evidential reports and statements and to liaise closely with case officers, CPS and Counsel.

5. To attend court as an expert witness.

6. To maintain detailed and accurate records of examinations, ensuring that audit trails of work are properly maintained in accordance with ISO 17025 and accepted forensic principles.

7. To ensure the security of the storage and movement of evidential material in line with recognised National Protocols.

8. To liaise with regional and national agencies involved in digital forensic investigations.

 

 

Position: High Tech Crime Unit Supervisor (Operational)

Company/Organisation: Thames Valley Police

Location: Kidlington, Oxfordshire

Salary: £33,489 per annum. Progression based on performance, plus benefits

In this interesting role you will manage a team of specialists in the functions of Digital Forensics in the High Tech Crime Unit (HTCU). You will ensure that the operational and strategic requirements of the Unit are met along with compliance to ISO17025 Quality Standards and the requirements of the Forensic Science Regulators codes of practice and conduct.  

Key duties will include: 

  • The day to day management of the HTCU in partnership with the Technical HTCU Supervisor

  • A significant involvement in the implementation and maintenance of the ISO 17025 Quality Standards in HTCU

  • Active engagement with other supervisors / managers / partners in the delivery of project work and supporting change

  • Development of operational strategies

 

Position: Transferee Opportunities -Forensic Collision Investigator

Company/Organisation: North Yorkshire Police

Location: North Yorkshire

Salary: £National Pay Scale

Policing a diverse mix of rural and urban environments that comprise North Yorkshire, the biggest single county in England, provides for exciting challenges to maintain and build on its justifiable reputation as the safest county in England.  With an annual influx of around four million visitors to the county makes this a particularly diverse and challenging environment for the Forensic Collision Investigation Unit, who deal with around 50 fatal road traffic collisions per year.  

The unit provides a 24 hour cover for the force, in the attendance and evidence gathering at collision and other crime scenes. They also provide full forensic examination of vehicles involved in collisions or those under suspicion of committing other offences.

North Yorkshire Police are now seeking applications from suitably qualified Forensic Collision Investigators who are looking for a lateral transfer to join this specialist team. 

 

Position: Business Development Manager

Company/Organisation: Digital Autospy

Location: Sheffield

Salary: £50k OTE

Are you interested in working for a multi award winning company at the forefront of forensic science? Are you interested in building relationships that have a positive social and commercial impact? Can you play a part in changing history? If so, keep reading.

Digital Autopsy, by iGene, is a team of entrepreneurs and innovators. We aim to give every person the opportunity to be their best selves at work. We’re only 5 years into our journey in the UK but so far we’re already helping thousands of bereaved families.

We are looking for a Business Development Manager who would like to lead in an interdisciplinary role, with plenty of autonomy.

 

Position: Cyber Crime Investigation Officer

Company/Organisation: Bedfordshire Police Cyber Hub Unit

Location: Kempston

Salary: £29,601- £32,259

Bedfordshire Police are seeking to recruit two specialist cyber crime investigation officers on a fixed term, full-time contract until 31/03/2020 initially.

The Force has a Cyber Hub made up the Internet Child Abuse Investigation Unit, Digital forensics Unit and the Digital Media Investigation Team (DMIT) co-located at Bedfordshire Police Headquarters in Kempston, Bedford. Working as part of the DMIT you will form part of an enhanced specialist team investigating cyber-dependent crime and other associated cyber-crimes.

 

Position: Digital Programme Manager

Company/Organisation: British Transport Police

Location: Force Headquarters, Camden, London

Salary: Salary up to £72,526.70

(inclusive of £2,520 London Allowance and a SFIA supplement of up to £13,905)

A Digital Programme Manager is required for a 12 month fixed term role paying up to £72,526.70 per annum with British Transport Police (BTP) based in Camden, London. 

BTP is the national police Force for the rail network throughout Great Britain, including London Underground, across which we ensure the safety and security of nearly 3 billion passenger journeys and over 100 million tons of freight every year. The world in which we work is fast-paced, operationally and commercially demanding, and constantly changing. As Digital Programme Manager with BTP you will form part of the Digital Policing Programme Team delivering digital change across the Force.

 

Position: Cyber Forensics Coordinator 

Company/Organisation: FCA

Location: London

Salary: £Attractive

We have a vacancy for a Cyber Forensics Coordinator to join our Cyber Forensics team and be with an organisation that is uniquely placed to understand and shape the workings of the financial sector at a time of considerable change. This is an operational role, working as part of a team to support the day-to-day work required to deliver services to the rest of the Division. You will need to organise and plan your own work accordingly and deal with unexpected urgent requests in a professional and timely manner.

 

Position: Digital Forensic Quality & Development Co-ordinator

Company/Organisation: Greater Manchester Police

Location: Force Headquarters / Other Force Complexes

Salary: £35,808 to £37,941 p.a.

The DIU is looking for driven and motivated candidates to continue this journey and help support policing in an ever-changing technological environment.

This is an exciting opportunity for a technical leadership position as a ‘Digital Forensic Quality and Development Co-Ordinator’, as part of an expanding Digital Investigation Unit team.

In this role you will work alongside unit supervisors and team leaders, and will be responsible for the implementation, management and co-ordination of the digital forensic quality procedures, in accordance with Forensic Science Regulators Codes of Practice.

You will also be responsible for co-ordinating and managing the ongoing development of policy, procedures, capability and competency of all aspects of DIU work, including co-ordinating various research and development based projects to ensure that the DIU is keeping up to date with changing technology. Alongside the work in the DIU, you will maintain relationships with other key departments across the Force that have varying involvement with digital forensics.

 

Position: Technical Quality Manager

Company/Organisation: SYTECH - Digital Forensics

Location: Stoke-on-Trent

Salary: £Attractive

We are currently recruiting for key roles within our Quality Department to support our continued growth and expansion.

Responsibilities

To support the implementation and monitoring of quality improvement initiatives and to ensure that all staff are adhering to all quality procedures. To meet and exceed client requirements and expectations. To support the implementation of goals concerning quality. To work with management and liaise with operational staff in advising efficient methods of maintaining and developing the quality system.

 

Position: Digital Forensic Unit Investigator

Company/Organisation: Northumbria Police

Location: Digital Forensics Unit, Newcastle upon Tyne

Salary: £22,173 to £29,601

Applications are invited for the above post. The overall purpose of which is to support officers and staff investigating crime. Securing evidence from computers, mobile phones and any other digital storage media devices will be done in a manner acceptable to the courts and in compliance with force instructions and quality systems (ISO17025). The role also includes receiving exhibits, examining, dismantling and carrying out the forensic acquisition of storage media, triage of exhibits, carrying out investigations, and the examination and grading of indecent images.

 

There will be mandatory Occupational Health screening for this role.

 

Successful candidates will receive both internal and external training. Once qualified, there will be the opportunity to progress through a career grade structure based on training and experience.

 

Position: Assistant Director - Forensic Services

Company/Organisation: West Midlands Police

Location: Birmingham

Salary: £69,366 to £75,675

West Midlands Police are seeking an Assistant Director of Forensic Services that is ready to lead and

manage the overall function of Forensic Services ensuring that it provides a first class service and

immediate forensic response to police investigations across a multitude of forensic disciplines.

 

Reporting to the Assistant Chief Constable (Crime) you will set the strategy for Forensic Services; aligning national forensic innovation and best practice to our organisational priorities.

 

Here at West Midlands Police, we serve almost 2.8 million people – making us the second largest police service in England. We’re radically overhauling all aspects of the business with WMP2020 - a modernisation plan that is changing the way we operate. With expertise, commitment and dedication, you’ll thrive in this senior role and help to realise our ambitions

 

Position: Senior Digital Forensic Investigator

Company/Organisation: West Yorkshire Police

Location: Calder Park, Wakefield

Salary: £33,933 - £36,936 per annum

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit three Senior Digital Forensic Investigators in the Digital Forensics unit, which supports the investigation of serious crime. You will lead the Digital Forensics Unit, providing technical knowledge and investigative skills in all aspects of Digital Forensics, supporting an investigation. To be responsible for all levels of digital investigations and supervise the day to day management of the unit.

You will support the investigation of serious crime. You will be responsible for assessing initial submissions, setting strategies and managing all levels of digital investigations utilising technical knowledge and investigative skills. Reporting to the Detective Inspector, you will have first line management responsibility for all staff working in the unit and laboratory. You will supervise the day to day operations of the unit and ensure the quality standards of ISO 17025 accreditation are delivered and met. You may be required to attend live crime scenes and Magistrates search warrants to advise investigating officers and oversee activities of digital forensic staff.

 

Position: Digital Forensic Examiner

Company/Organisation: ERSOU Regional Cyber Crime Unit

Location: Hertfordshire

Salary: £29,601

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Eastern Regional Special Operations Unit (ERSOU) as a Digital Forensic Examiner.

Applications are invited for the Police Staff post of Digital Forensic Examiner within the Regional Cyber Crime Unit (RCCU) of ERSOU. Ideally applicants will be experienced digital forensic investigators, however applications from staff with basic experience are welcome, but depending on the level of interest trained and experience staff would take precedence at paper sift.

 

Position: Digital Forensic Officer

Company/Organisation: Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police

Location: Hindlip, Worcestershire 

Salary: £25,062 - £29,601

The main purpose of the role is to conduct forensic examinations of digital devices including the retrieval, enhancement and analysis of digital data from image capture systems, such as digital and analogue CCTV recording systems with an emphasis on triage, imaging files and primary evidence reporting in support of criminal investigations.    

To assist the Digital Forensic unit in providing a quality, high specification analytical and evidential service for the stakeholders of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police, relating to serious offences, which can robustly stand up to scrutiny of the legal profession and ensuring that ISO 17025 standards are maintained and adhered to.  

Position: Account Manager – Cyber

Company/Organisation: CCL Forensics

Location: Stratford upon Avon

Salary: £Attractive

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

To self-generate new business/leads and sales to identify opportunities for Cyber.  You will be responsible for developing long-term relationships with customers with a view to achieving long term contracts for the supply of services to CCL.

CCL is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

Position: Corporate Investigations Manager

Company/Organisation:Warner Scott Recruitment (Agency)

Location: Dubai

Salary: £70,000 - £75,000 p/a

An excellent opportunity has arisen to join the Dubai office of a leading global risk solutions consultancy.

Working within the wider General Investigations Practice, a successful candidate will have the opportunity to effectively manage all aspects of case finances and produce in-depth and detailed analysis and forecasts.

Position: Digital Forensic Specialist

Company/Organisation: Mass Ltd

Location: London

Salary: Negotiable dependent on experience + company benefits

MASS, a technology company requires a Digital Forensic Specialist with mobile device examination experience and hardware skills to reduce the backlog and maintain a business as usual approach on a managed service contract based in London.

We are looking for individuals with knowledge and understanding of communication devices and systems at a technical level with experience in a relevant coding/scripting language, e.g. C#.net, Python and Java.

Position: Cyber Hi Tech Investigator (CSEA focus)

Company/Organisation:SEROCU

Location: Hampshire

Salary: Entry Level - Band 3G, Salary £26,817 per annum + £5,000 market

supplement, Skilled Level – Band 3H, Salary £28,458 per annum + £5,000

market supplement (more for an exceptional candidate)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Cyber Hi Tech Investigator to join our E-Forensics team, part of the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) supporting the Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSEA) investigation team

You will work within a highly skilled team to conduct forensic examinations both within a recently ISO accredited lab environment and out and about across the region. This will be to assist in the detection of the most serious incidents being investigated by the SEROCU with a primary focus on assisting the CSEA team. The E-Forensic makes use of the most cutting edge methods available to recover digital evidence from as many sources as possible including vehicles, drones, networks as well as mobile devices and computers and continues to be nationally recognised for its work. Please be aware you will frequently be exposed to indecent and extreme images within this role and you will be required to have regular psychological screening.

Position: Central Digital Forensic Team Leader

Company/Organisation: Surrey Police

Location: Guildford

Salary: £30,396 a year

The Central Digital Forensic Team environment is designed to be technically equipped to

process digital media in support of higher risk, complex examinations requiring a significant

level of analytical skill and experience. It is specifically designed to support criminal justice outcomes, reduce bail times, elicit early guilty pleas and support the on-going transformation of summary justice. The Team Leader role will manage and facilitate examinations without creating backlogs or blockages over extended hours.

Surrey Digital Forensic Team and Forensic Investigations are offering exciting full time Team leader opportunities in the Surrey Central Digital Forensic Teams. Team Leaders will oversee, coordinate and manage workloads. They will be expected to be aware of their team’s activities and coordinate their response to demand. The role holder will be expected to maintain a working knowledge of the demand and resources, coordinating a response to meet changing requirements and escalating cases where appropriate.

Position: Digital Forensic Analyst

Company/Organisation: SYTECH - Digital Forensics

Location: Llanelli, Wales

Salary: £Attractive

We are now recruiting for full-time Digital Forensic Analysts as part of our continued growth and expansion.

We are excited to welcome new Team Members of all experience levels, whether just graduating from University or wanting to further develop their careers.

You will be at the forefront of extracting, analysing and presenting data from a wide range of systems. You will be using the leading forensic tools such as X-Ways, Encase, Forensic Toolkit, Internet Evidence Finder, Axiom and Griffeye. This data will then be produced as a comprehensive report of findings and presented in Court if required.

You will be expected to work in conjunction with our ISO 17025 standards and also working alongside our technical procedures and quality management system.

Position: Exhibits Officer

Company/Organisation: SYTECH - Digital Forensics

Location: Stoke-on-Trent

Salary: £Attractive

We are now recruiting for a full-time Exhibits Officer as part of our continued growth and expansion.

As exhibits officer, you will be responsible for the booking in & out, management, recording, continuity and safekeeping of all exhibits received at SYTECH on a day-to-day basis.

You will be expected to work in conjunction with our ISO 17025 standards and our quality management system.

Training will be provided to help you to progress in your role. This role is subject to vetting checks.

If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful. CVs will only be filed for the application process and will be deleted thereafter. Do not hesitate to apply for other SYTECH job vacancies that become available.

Position: Principal Intelligence Officer

Company/Organisation: Competition & Markets Authority

Location: Victoria House, Southampton Row, London WC1B 4AD

Salary: £50,688 - £58,844

Since April 2015, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has issued over £155 million in fines following investigations into anti-competitive and cartel activity. Our activity protects consumers and business and as we continue to step up our enforcement action we are seeking a Principal Intelligence Adviser to play a pivotal intelligence role.

As Principal Intelligence Officer, you will lead a small intelligence team, whose responsibility is to identify infringements of competition and consumer law, especially cartel behaviour, for civil and criminal investigation by the Group and the wider CMA. The team receives information from a wide variety of sources including the general public, business and elsewhere in government.

Liaising between the CMA and other government bodies in respect of intelligence matters, you will have a number of key responsibilities.

Position: Digital Forensic Supervisor

Company/Organisation: Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police

Location: Hindlip, Worcestershire

Salary: £38,925 - £43,908

Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police are currently seeking a Digital Forensic Supervisor based at Hindlip, Worcestershire.

The main purpose of the role is to supervise the Digital Forensic Unit ensuring they provide a quality, high specification analytical and evidential service, to the stakeholders of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police, in relation to serious offences, which can robustly stand up to scrutiny of the legal profession and to ensure ISO 17025 standards are maintained and adhered to.

Ensuring forensic strategies are produced, negotiated, agreed and executed according to procedural forensic good practice, legislation and agreed policies. Providing expert legal and technical advice to staff investigating serious crimes involving all forms of digital media.

Interviews will be held W/26th November 2018.

Those currently eligible on the redeployment register will be given prior consideration.

Position: Economic Crime Investigator

Company/Organisation: The States of Guernsey

Location:Guernsey

Salary: GBA Grade 3 Salary Scale £33,468 - £44,857 per annum

OR Police Constable Scale  £34,861/£42,339 per annum, (plus allowances)

We are looking for an Economic Crime Investigator who will work as part of a team of investigators and support staff involved in the investigation of financial crime and asset recovery. They will foster effective relationships across Law Enforcement and with external agencies such as the Guernsey Financial Services Commission, Law Officers of the Crown, local legal and financial services businesses and commercial entities.

Liaison with UK and international law enforcement partners and members of the general public will also be required.

The post holder will ensure activities support the Bailiwick Financial Crime Strategy and Law Enforcement Service Delivery Plan and adhere to the FATF 40 recommendations and other relevant international standards.

The post holder will be expected to gain experience across all ECD Teams and maintain an investigative caseload. Some off-Island travel for training and liaison with investigative partners may be required.

The post holder may be expected to undertake operational duties when directed by line management, in support of primary operational activities / critical incidents, where appropriate.

 

We are looking for individuals with a minimum of 3 years experience working within the area of Economic Crime and who can demonstrate they meet the Key Criteria for this role.

Position: Cybersecurity Incident & Response Manager

Company/Organisation: Arm

Location: Cambridge

Salary: £Competitive

Do you want to defend a global tech company from the latest cyber threats? Arm Ltd is seeking a passionate, experienced Cybersecurity Incident Responder to join our growing Security Operations Centre, protecting Arm against current and future cyber-attacks.

About the role

The role is a part of Arm's Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) function and provides an excellent opportunity; including leading technical incident response from the SOC and acting as a SME for complex incidents and forensic investigations.

In addition to playing an integral role in Arm’s SOC, you will be expected to work with senior internal and third-party partners on developing the security incident management process.

Why join the CISO team?

We are at an exciting moment on our transformation journey. Arm has a bold vision to develop technology that invisibly enables opportunity for a globally connected population. To achieve this, Arm is growing rapidly and developing new capabilities. With these new business capabilities, Arm is encountering new security challenges that require a thoughtful, adaptable approach to cyber its cyber defences and detect & respond strategy.

We enable Arm to be successful by delivering scalable and defendable security services that not only provide for the protection of our customers, partners and owners data, but that provides for an advantage in the highly competitive IoT industry.

Position: Confidential Investigations Manager

Company/Organisation: Prudential Plc

Location: Edinburgh

Salary: £Competitive

An excellent opportunity has arisen to join the Financial Crime Compliance team as the Confidential Investigations Manager.

 

As the Confidential Investigations Manager you will be responsible for embedding the M&G Prudential whistleblowing framework and processes (including training, awareness and management reporting) and lead, conduct, and coordinate confidential investigations.

 

You will also direct, oversee, challenge and advise other members of the team and the business in the conduct of Financial Crime related investigations, and be required to provide analytical and technical knowledge to the ongoing identification of fraud/financial crime threats in a digital environment.

M&G Prudential is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our role as an employer is very simple – to provide the right environment for talented people to do their best work, by respecting, understanding and valuing individual differences.

Position: Central Digital Forensic Team Leader

- Digital Forensics Team

Company/Organisation: Surrey Police

Location: Headquarters, Guildford

Salary: £30,396 a year

Surrey Digital Forensic Team and Forensic Investigations are offering exciting full time

Team leader opportunities in the Surrey Central Digital Forensic Teams. Team Leaders will

oversee, coordinate and manage workloads. They will be expected to be aware of their team’s

activities and coordinate their response to demand. The role holder will be expected to maintain a working knowledge of the demand and resources, coordinating a response to meet changing requirements and escalating cases where appropriate. The Team Leader will work with other DFT Team Leaders, managers and advisors, in order to provide a service whilst also managing expectations. This will require a dynamic approach and excellent communication, problem solving and organisation skills.

 

Key Responsibilities

Manage and lead the Central Digital Forensics Team (DFT) to ensure that they are clear regarding their objectives and roles, supported and developed appropriately, and held to account for their performance.

Manage DFT service delivery, including responsibility for service delivery in relation to complex and high priority cases .Assess, prioritise and manage submissions in the DFT, ensuring that they are dealt with most appropriately according to threat, risk and harm and vulnerability Ensure that resources are deployed effectively, and that an excellent support service is provided to police investigations. Manage the professional relationship with a range of external stakeholders, including outsourcing companies, to maintain strong working relationships and facilitate good team performance.

Position: Intelligence Development Officer CTPNW

Company/Organisation: GMP, Counter Terrorism Policing North West

Location: Force Headquarters - Central Park

Salary: £30,483 - £32,259 per annum

The unit is currently seeking to recruit an Intelligence Development Officer to join the team. The job holder will be required to receive, assess and manage information and intelligence in accordance with national CT standards and perform the role of Intelligence Development Officer on investigations into offences linked to Terrorism or Domestic Extremism using a wide range of covert intelligence techniques.

The job holder will be required to research and develop all sources of intelligence in order to support national, regional and force counter terrorism and domestic extremism strategies. This will include liaison with partners to prevent people becoming or supporting terrorists.

A Full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle for business use is essential.

Position: Head of IT Security

Company/Organisation: National Records of Scotland

Location: Edinburgh

Salary: £46,889- £57,503
ICT Pay Supplement* £4,000 per annum pro rata

National Records of Scotland (NRS) collects, preserves, and produces information about Scotland's people and history, and makes it available to inform current and future generations.

We are looking for an experienced and talented individual to join our NRS IT Services Division in the role of Head of IT Security. The role will be responsible for the security of the operational IT services in all NRS IT environments including networks, infrastructure, applications and data.

The post is based in Edinburgh, with car parking and easy access to public transport.

Position: Digital Evidence Recovery Officer

Company/Organisation: Derbyshire Constabulary

Location: Force HQ

Salary: £25914 - £32259

To make use of forensic tools and applications to identify and recover evidence

held on mobile telephones, computer hard drives and all manner of digital

media which has been seized during criminal investigations. This evidence in

many cases will support the prosecution of suspects and offenders but will on

some occasions prove a person’s innocents from the allegations they face.

Please review the job description to ensure you meet the essential and desirable

criteria before applying.

Position: Cyber Hi Tech Investigator (CSEA focus)

Company/Organisation: E-Forensics, South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU)

Location: North Hampshire

Salary: Entry Level - Band 3G, Salary £26,817 per annum + £5,000 market supplement. Skilled Level – Band 3H, Salary £28,458 per annum + £5,000 market supplement (more for an exceptional candidate)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Cyber Hi Tech Investigator to join our E-Forensics team, part of the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) supporting the Child Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (CSEA) investigation team

You will work within a highly skilled team to conduct forensic examinations both within a recently ISO accredited lab environment and out and about across the region. This will be to assist in the detection of the most serious incidents being investigated by the SEROCU with a primary focus on assisting the CSEA team.

 

The E-Forensic makes use of the most cutting edge methods available to recover digital evidence from as many sources as possible including vehicles, drones, networks as well as mobile devices and computers and continues to be nationally recognised for its work. Please be aware you will frequently be exposed to indecent and extreme images within this role and you will be required to have regular psychological screening.

You will be a good communicator, confident and assertive and able to deal with people at all levels. You will have good written skills and previous experience of provision of statistical information, with a methodical approach an ability to analyse and produce solutions to problems. You will have foundation knowledge and experience of a wide range of computer hardware/digital devices. The successful applicant will also be willing to make decisions often when working alone and under pressure, taking full responsibility of own actions.

This role is part of a national, regional and local network and as a result you may be required to travel for business purposes. This may include travel across the UK and is not limited to the south east. You will be asked to demonstrate flexibility regarding working hours in line with operational demand and occasionally this may require working away from home. You must be prepared to be security cleared to an enhanced level.

Position: Cyber Emergency Response Team Incident Manager

Company/Organisation: O2

Location: Slough

Salary: Very competitive Salary

This exciting new role involves investigating security incidents and helping improve the companies’ defences against cyber- attacks. The role of the CERT or Computer Emergency Response Team is to investigate all cyber security incidents. This is a dynamic area with changing threat landscapes and will involve continual learning and trying to keep one step ahead of the criminals.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the end to end management of IT Security incidents, including the briefing of senior managers

  • Ensure all risks are quantified and raised when appropriate

  • Responsible for building excellent working relationships with all the Network and IT areas within the company and ensuring that all areas are fully engaged

  • Work closely with compliance to ensure we adhere to all regulatory standards such as ISO27001, PCI, CAS-T and SOX

Position: Mobile Phone Examiner(s)

Company/Organisation: MD5

Location: Normanton, West Yorkshire

Salary: Very competitive Salary

Experienced mobile phone examiners required to work in a busy team orientated environment. We are looking for an ambitious individual(s) who is an independent worker but also capable as working as part of a larger team.

Examining mobile phones, tablets, memory cards, SIM cards and Satellite Navigation devices using a variety of forensic tools, FTK, Cellebrite and XRY to extract and analyse the data stored on these devices and produce reports of your findings that are clear, concise and suitable for court.

Liaising with Clients by email and telephone so must be fluent in spoken and written English.

Appointments are subject to successful security vetting criteria and medical clearance.


Please email your CV with a covering letter to Geoff @ md5.uk.com