Faculty of Engineering and Environment Ref: EAE/20/4485 Salary: £35,844 - £51,034 Location: Newcastle upon Tyne Grade: 7 or 6 Closing date: 16/05/2021 Contract Type: Permanent Working Type: Full Time
We are looking to recruit a Senior Lecturer / Lecturer in the area of Digital Policing / Digital Forensics. Please note that it is not required that you have a PhD or research background for this role, but would need to have a desire to conduct research, and potentially work towards a PhD. This would be an excellent opportunity for an experienced digital forensics practitioner looking to move into academia.
We are seeking to appoint a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Computer and Digital Forensics. The successful candidate will design and lead elements of teaching on Northumbria’s BSc Computer and Digital Forensics degree in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences as well as our cross-faculty BSc Professional Policing degree and Police Constable...
Circa £32,953 per annum rising to Band 3H, circa £37,000 per annum depending on qualifications and experience (salary includes a £5,000 reviewable annual supplement) and 5% on call allowance, plus benefits.
The Digital Forensics Unit (formerly High Tech Crime Unit) of Thames Valley Police has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Evidence Investigator to be based in Kidlington in Oxfordshire. You will be involved in the most challenging and interesting cases of computer forensics work and will be directly involved in the investigation of serious crime, specifically homicide, child sexual exploitation and complex Fraud.
You will undertake forensic examinations of mobile phones, computers and other electronic devices in accordance with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) guidelines and court approved investigation techniques and provide high quality written and oral evidence that can be presented to the Crown Prosecution Service and at Court as an expert...
Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, UK
Hertfordshire Constabularies Digital Forensic Investigation Unit (DFIU) is recruiting for the position of Digital Forensic Examiner.
The DFIU is the Force's dedicated team responsible for the identification, forensic extraction and interpretation of intelligence and evidence from computers, mobiles, tablets and other digital devices in accordance with ACPO guidelines.
This is an exciting time to be joining Hertfordshire Constabularies DFIU as the force is also setting up a Digital Media Investigation Unit and a dedicated mobile hub for intelligence only mobile extractions. Hertfordshire’s DFIU is accredited in accordance with the recognised International Standard ISO17025 for its Quality Management System and Imaging Process.
You will be working under the direction of the Technical Manager of the DFIU, completing relevant tasks with regard to accreditation in ISO17025.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate an excellent in-depth knowledge of the...