Successful eCrime Graduates & Placements applicants will be given unique training and development opportunities, participate in ‘Best Practice’ Government Working Groups, Policy Debates, and attend international conferences on developments in forensic science, investigation techniques, and lawful practice.
Working from any of the FOUR OFFICES in the United Kingdom, analysts will travel throughout Europe to assist investigations, liaise with clients, and manage casework.
eCrime Graduates & Placements analysts will have access to the very latest in electronic evidence tools and techniques – including CUSTOMISED FORENSIC SOLUTIONS developed exclusively in-house. Analysts will work closely with small teams on specialist investigations – ranging from murder to international drug conspiracies – and watch how an investigation matures from crime scene through to conclusion in court.
The application process for the eCrime Graduates & Placements 2016 campaign is now open and will close at midnight GMT on 30th JULY 2016. We accept applications for e-Crime graduate trainee and placement positions only in writing or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) from recognised University/college accounts.
A seminar will be run at the Merseyside labs in mid-April to provide an informal introduction to the firm, the nature of our casework, and to discuss placement or graduate opportunities. Invitations to this event will be confirmed to candidates that have applied in the normal fashion (see below). It is strongly recommended that individuals wishing to apply for a position at this firm, apply and request a place at this event.
eCrime Graduates & Placements applicants are invited to provide a covering letter addressed to the HR MANAGER outlining their aspirations, a detailed curriculum vitae with at least two references (will not be approached without consent), and a relevant report or sample of your work. Candidates that pass the initial ‘paper sift’ will be asked to participate in a short telephone interview with a senior forensic analyst, and may then be invited for a formal panel interview. Due to the volume of applications received, we regret that we cannot handle enquiries by telephone or provide feedback to individual candidates.
Afentis Forensics is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applicants from all age, ethnic and cultural groups, as well as individuals with disabilities. Due to the nature of our work, we cannot accept applications from individuals with criminal convictions (including those that have been removed from their record). Part of the recruitment process will involve background vetting and verification from the CRIMINAL RECORDS BUREAU (CRB)
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