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Forensic Computer Investigator(GMP), Manchester, £23 - 30K

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Forensic Computer Investigator(GMP), Manchester, £23 - 30K

Post Posted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 3:18 am

Greater Manchester Police are currently recruiting 2 Forensic Computer Investigators, based in North Manchester

Great opportunity to join one of the largest Hi-Tech Crime Units in the UK. Suitable for a Computer Forensics/Science graduate as well as experienced IT professionals.

All applications should ensure they give evidence of all essential criteria in their application.

Closing date 8th of September


Full details enclosed in link below, as well as online application system:


Apply here  

minime2k9
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Re: Forensic Computer Investigator(GMP), Manchester, £23 -

Post Posted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 6:59 am

"Minimum Age for Applications: 16"

*Eyebrow raise*

"..as is the ability to deal with lengthy or tedious enquiries.."

*chuckles*

Smile  

Chris_Ed
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Re: Forensic Computer Investigator(GMP), Manchester, £23 -

Post Posted: Fri Aug 23, 2013 7:16 am

- Chris_Ed
"Minimum Age for Applications: 16"

*Eyebrow raise*

"..as is the ability to deal with lengthy or tedious enquiries.."

*chuckles*

Smile


Well, I find this even better (talking about an Encase certified digital forensic expert and BsC in the field):
The ability to identify component parts of computers and understand their functions.

I mean Wink
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On the other hand, I doubt that you can find anyone younger than - say 40 - with a:
Thorough knowledge of DOS, Windows 9X, NT, 2000 and XP operating systems.


Experience with DBase III and Lotus 123 are not required, however.

jaclaz
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