Digital Forensics Unit Technical Manager (Constable)
Fixed Base Worker
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To support Derbyshire Constabulary in maintaining and developing accreditation to BS EN ISO/IEC 17025 (General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories) across our Digital Forensic Unit services, extending the scope of accreditation moving forwards and continually improving the service to our customers.
To support the attaining of accreditation to the Forensic Science Regulator’s Codes of Practice and Conduct. To be responsible for the technical operations and quality of all laboratory activities.
All applicants will be expected to be willing to work flexibly on occasions and at short notice due to operational requirements. This may involve evening and weekend working as the need arises and will attract appropriate overtime payments.
The role requires successful applicants to undertake relevant training and obtain accreditation in a variety of technology based forensic disciplines. This is essential to the role and progression through the career grade scheme.
The department is accredited to BS EN ISO/IEC 17025 and all members of the team will be required to work towards maintaining and developing this.
Please view the attached JD for further details on this role.
Officers who are absent from work due to sickness may apply for the role via their personal devices. Please contact Recruitment to request a link to the vacancy, this will be sent to your personal email address.
Please ensure your application is Submitted & Endorsed through the E-Recruitment Portal via the 'Apply' button below before the deadline closes.
The deadline for applications is Friday 10th December 2021 at 23:55pm.
Agile Working Style
Fixed Base Worker
Entirely office based and requires regular use of specific non-movable equipment or access to technology and software which is only available on site.
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