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Digital Forensic Technician, Environment and Natural Resources Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice Nov. 2020

Washington, D.C. · Information Technology
C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:
Digital Forensic Technician to assist in the work of the
U.S. Department of Justice, Environmental and Natural Resources Division ENRD
Washington, D.C. 20036
Hudson River Natural Resource Damages Document Collection
The pay rate for the position is $ 30-33 an hour, depending on experience and qualifications.  Please provide requested hourly wage with your resume.
Travel with prior notification may be required for the position.
Period of Performance: 
Date of hire through May 2021
With option of one year through June 2021
Resume Requirements:
  •  A one-paragraph overview highlighting each candidate’s qualifications for the position, software experience and education
  • Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 10-pitch font, maximum 3 pages (2-page resume, 1 page with professional references)
  • Please include three (3) professional references with your resume in the following format
Name of Reference:
Job Title:
Relationship to candidate during tenure:
Special Requirements:
-  Must be a U.S. citizen
-  Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust
(active clearance preferred)
Forensic Technician
  • One (1)  year of experience as a Digital Forensic Technician or equivalent position. (May substitute one or more years work experience in computer hardware, network administration, or cyber-crime investigations)
  • Successful completion of a computer forensic proficiency, certification, or qualification test (such as CCE, IACIS, Encase, DCITP) within the last 2 years
  • A+ certification or equivalent
  • Excellent written and verbal skills are required.
  • Experience with common forensic tools such as Encase, Forensic Tool Kit, Ilook required.
  • Undergraduate degree preferred.
  • Responsible for acquiring, preserving, analyzing and producing digital evidence.
  • Duties include assisting investigators, attorneys, and users with the seizure and securing of digital evidence
  • Providing expert guidance on the extraction, transfer, and storage of electronic data so as to preserve the integrity of the evidence
  • Documenting the chain of custody; and assisting forensic experts and attorneys in preparing reports and other written material concerning the production, analyses, and preservation of electronic evidence
  • Must be able to communicate clearly with both technical and non-technical parties and be able to communicate technical details to non-technical parties in a clear and concise manner.
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