Employment Opportunity


Digital Forensic Examiner 1

Pennsylvania State Police, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Salary: $49,076.00 - $74,641.00 Annually

Final Filing Date: January 21, 2019

The Pennsylvania State Police has a permanent/full-time opening for a DIGITAL FORENSIC EXAMINER 1 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia County).

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Duties:

Duties include conducting examinations of digital equipment and media allegedly used to commit a suspected crime; preserving original evidence and producing an image for analysis purposes; troubleshooting, repairing, assembling, and disassembling digital devices to access needed evidence; assisting in court preparation of evidence and media used during prosecution; and testifying on digital evidence, the procedures used to obtain the evidence, and the findings of digital forensic examiners. Occasional paid travel is required.

Requirements:

  • Must meet PA residency requirement
  • Minimum Experience and Training Requirements – A bachelor's degree in digital forensics or any information technology field which includes 3 credits in computer networking and 3 credits in information technology security or network security; OR an equivalent combination of experience and training.
  • Must be able to perform essential job functions
  • Special Requirement - Certified Forensic Computer Examiner - obtained within one year from starting the certification process with the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists
  • This job title has been identified as performing critical duties. Prior to placement in this job, the selected candidate regardless of their current job, must submit a Report of Medications for screening by the State Police Medical Officer

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Posted: January 8, 2018


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