Salary: Typical starting salary: $65,680.73 - $85,384.95 per year
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
The Digital Forensics Examiner is a non-sworn, civilian position that supports police investigations through technical forensic examination of digital and multi-media evidence including computer hard drives, external drives, cell phones, network devices, information systems, tablets, digital storage, and other devices for evidentiary value. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performing a variety of analyses, interpreting examination results, assisting in training personnel on accessing/interpreting results of data extractions, forming and documenting conclusions in report form, maintaining records, ensuring proper chain of custody of digital and multimedia evidence and related property, and testifying as an expert witness in court. The incumbent may respond to crime scenes, including outside of regular work hours, to collect or advise in the collection of digital and multi-media evidence.
This is a limited term position with an expected term of three (3) years.
DutiesEssential Duties and Responsibilities:
RequirementsRequired / Minimum Qualifications
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: October 11, 2023
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