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HMRC-HO Cyber Investigator-£30,260-£38,310-London/Nott

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HMRC-HO Cyber Investigator-£30,260-£38,310-London/Nott

Post Posted: Jun 12, 19 16:57

HO Cyber Investigator

Contract type
Permanent
Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time

Salary
£30,260 - £33,690 Nottingham
£34,400 - £38,310 London
Plus optional allowance £14,389


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An exciting opportunity to join HM Revenue & Customs Cybercrime team part of Cyber and Digital Forensics (C&DF). Based in a Nottingham or London.

HMRC’s Cyber & Digital Forensics (C&DF) team supports HMG’s mission to make the UK a safe place to do business online. The cyber threat posed to both HMRC and its customers are growing in sophistication, we require talented experienced individuals who can contribute to our mission.

The successful candidate will join our cyber-crime team to technically analyse and investigate the impact of cyber-crime on HMRC systems and services.

Starting salary is £30,260 Nottingham, £34,400 London, for the post with an option of taking an additional allowance.
The allowance is the base tier of CIDAA/T granting an extra £14,389.
The allowance is governed by the addition of 125 more hours and flexibility up to a maximum cap for both hours and weekend / Unsocial working.

Key responsibilities include

• Working with large data sets, to identify patterns and trends to inform on cyber related attacks.
• Support HMRC criminal investigations by collating analysing and explaining a variety of internal and external data sources to support criminal justice outcomes
• Assist in conducting cybercrime and digital forensics examinations in a criminal justice capacity.
• Provide witness statements and attend court in support of criminal investigations as required.
• Assist the team in providing HMRC with insight on the impact of cybercrime on HMRC services and customers.
• Use a variety of tools and scripting languages to conduct complex searches.
• Understand the extent of their knowledge and when to ask questions.
• Maintain and convey their technical knowledge of current cyber threats to financial institutions and UK businesses to stakeholders.
• Assist in devising and applying innovative mitigations to address risks within HMRC using up-to-date knowledge of cyber-crime attacks and malware capabilities.
• Keep their knowledge and skills up to date and acquire new knowledge and skills through formal learning and their own research.



Security Clearance:
The successful candidates will be required to undergo developed vetting.  
 

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