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Graduate Computer Forensics and eDiscovery Analysts - London
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a genuine passion (and maybe even obsession!) with technology, whether it's taking apart, and putting together computers and networks, administering websites and servers, or programming for the desktop or the web. Data manipulation is a large part of what we do, so if you know what a macro and a formula is, and the phrases "SQL", "regular expressions" and "object oriented" don't sound foreign to you, and you don't think Python is a venomous snake, then read on!
What we offer you in return is a dynamic role in a niche technology industry where on one day, you could be helping to process large volumes of data and administering a legal review of millions of electronic documents and the next day, you could be assisting in an investigation where the evidence is to be found in computers and mobile phones. All of this, whilst juggling a development project working with the APIs and databases of the leading software in our industry. As our clients are some of the brightest people around (lawyers), you need to be able to communicate confidently in both the written and verbal forms.
From day 1, we'll encourage you to make a major contribution to the team - getting stuck in, as well as coming up with ideas on how we can do things better, smarter and faster.
If this sounds interesting, you'll be a recent graduate with at least a 2:1 computing-related degree. If you've just missed out on your 2:1 due to extenuating circumstances, but can demonstrate what we're looking for, then let us know. Previous experience - whether industrial or just tinkering with EnCase/FTK/Helix/etc. isn't required - but of course is a bonus. We're particularly interested in hearing about major projects e.g. final year university projects and group projects. In terms of programming, knowledge of SQL is essential, as well as preferably confidence with .NET or Ruby.
Once again, a passion for technology is essential. Please put all of this into a CV and if possible, feel free to also provide a covering letter to demonstrate that passion. Please send everything to careers (at) hobslegaldocs.com or feel free to PM me directly with any questions or for further information.