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Forensic Technology Assistant - London

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Mark_Woodward
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Forensic Technology Assistant - London

Post Posted: Aug 26, 08 18:42

Job title: Forensic Technology Assistant

Salary: £22000 - £30000

Location: London

Our client, a global player in business risk consultancy, is looking for Processing Assistants to join its ever-expanding Forensic Technology team.

The successful applicant will be involved in the forensic capture and resultant processing of the data to support investigations, e Discovery and data analytic assignments. Much of the day-to-day work is performed using the standard company applications but in the past few years we have seen massive growth in the use of data capture, manipulation and investigation tools. These tools and techniques are being deployed on our engagements throughout the world and as such we are interested in recruiting several suitably qualified IT candidates to join the F-Tech team based in London.

The successful candidate will be responsible for processing and analysing electronic documentation and general assistance on a variety of tasks covering all areas of forensic technology work. These responsibilities will include Forensic data capture, to include processing and analysing large volumes of both electronic data and documents.

You will need to exhibit good hardware and software understanding skills, as well as the ability to learn new systems quickly. A working knowledge of Forensic tools is wholly desirable.

If you are interested in the position please contact Mark Woodward on 01189 255 758 or mark.woodward @ riscl.co.uk.  
 

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