Digital Forensic Technician

The Job

Are you always on top of the latest advances in tech?
Do you translate tech for your friends, family, and peers?
Does exploring unfamiliar hardware and software drive your passion?
Are you a Google-Fu master, with an instinct for learning, testing, and troubleshooting digital puzzles?  

If the above hits close to home, we want to meet you!

Roloff Digital Forensics (RDF) is seeking a digital sleuth for our entry-level Digital Forensic Technician role. This position supports the collection, analysis, and presentation of significant digital evidence in a diverse range of legal cases.

As a Digital Forensic Technician, you will learn and be responsible for understanding the proper handling of digital evidence, including procedures for its collection, analysis, and destruction, all in support of cases, clients, and other RDF Digital Forensic Examiners and Technicians. 

A candidate with:

  • a craving for investigation,
  • get-up-and-go initiative
  • excellent verbal and written skills
  • ability to work under fast-paced, targeted deadlines
  • relentless desire to understand each case’s unique needs
  • commitment to utilize technology to provide efficient and creative solutions will to be extremely successful in our environment.

The Qualifications

  • Ability to work 40+ hours per week as needed.
  • Self-motivated and reliable.
  • Ability to act as a full-time, on-call point of contact for escalation of cyber security or case incidents.
  • Experience with Microsoft, Apple, and Linux-based operating systems for general computing, tablets, and mobile devices.
  • Excellent (or at least a willingness to become excellent!) verbal and written communications to include casual email correspondence, technical reports, presentations for trials, hearings,  or conferences to a wide variety (many non-technical) of audiences.
  • A strong desire to learn, learn, and then learn some more!

Gives You a Leg Up, But Not Required

  • Digital forensic experience with a multitude of tools to include but not be limited to: X-Ways, Forensic Toolkit, Autopsy, TSK, Encase, Cellebrite tools, Axiom, XRY, Lantern, Elcomsoft, etc.
  • Technology industry and/or digital forensic certifications
  • Higher education degrees
  • Programming/scripting skills

The Environment

Investigating electronic evidence in criminal law proceedings is RDF’s specialty. We assist criminal defense and prosecution teams to include all branches of the armed forces, attorneys in private practice, county and federal public defenders, and court-appointed defenders across the United States and overseas.

RDF is frequently retained to assist in civil cases, both for plaintiffs and defendants. The case types are diverse, but generally, include topics such as medical malpractice, forgery, fraud, identity theft, human resource and employment issues, family law, theft of intellectual property, and other business-related issues.

Learn more and apply today by emailing your resume to: resumes@roloffdf.com

The Why

Build a strong career in a field that quickly evolves with tech and the evolution of the legal industry.
Let your job take you around the world.
Rest easy with excellent Medical, Dental & 401k benefits, PTO, access to sweet tools, hardware, and software…not to mention, some of the coolest co-workers out there.

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