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Senior Officer–Digital Forensics Cyber & Forensics, Tamworth
Senior Officer – Digital Forensics, Cyber & Forensics
Reference Number: CP0708601LF
Starting Salary: Starting salary of £32,956 plus London weighting (£3,162) where applicable. We are able to match salaries of current Civil Servants up to £37,904.
OUR MOST WANTED: SENIOR OFFICER – DIGITAL FORENSICS, CYBER & FORENSICS
Serious criminals are seriously innovative. We never underestimate them. They’re on our most wanted list and now, so are you – but for an altogether more positive reason. Join SOCA as a Senior Officer – Digital Forensics, Cyber & Forensics and you’ll help to stamp out everything from Class A drugs and major gun crime and from people smuggling and human trafficking to fraud, computer crime and money laundering.
Serious crime has evolved along with technology and it will be your role to manage / supervise a team that investigates technology enabled crime. As an expert in your field you’ll offer advice and guidance on digital forensic examination opportunities and apply your knowledge to leading on associated agency tasked operations. Nothing can be missed, so you’ll make sure all investigations are meticulous in approach and totally compliant on every level.
It’s a role that will mean you’ll have undergone extensive training – EnCase Advanced training, Shrivenham Forensic Computer training and second forensic tool training (or their equivalents) are a must. We’ll also expect you to operate in accordance with ACPO best practice guidance and have a good understanding of relevant legislation. Additionally, previous experience in collating and analysing evidence from digital devices are a given – as are supervising a team and presenting evidence in court. Owing to the specialist nature of your work, you’ll be required to travel nationally and internationally as needed.
SOCA tackles serious organised crime that affects the UK and our citizens. We use traditional law enforcement methods as well as drawing on innovative approaches to prevent crimes from happening. We’re also as serious about our people as we are about stamping out crime. This means you’ll enjoy a range of benefits that include Civil Service Pension Scheme, 26 days’ holiday (to start), training and development opportunities, maternity and paternity leave, childcare voucher scheme and interest free season ticket loan.
If you think you’re one our most wanted, want to find out more and are keen to learn about our exciting transition to the National Crime Agency in 2013, please visit www.soca.gov.uk/career...ortunities
Closing date: 3rd February 2013.