Junior Mobile Device Analyst


Main Purpose & Job Summary:

To successfully complete the Mobile Device Laboratory training and competency testing programme, with a view to progressing to Mobile Device Analyst.

Reporting to:

Mobile Device Lab Supervisor


Stratford upon Avon

Department/ Division:

Digital Forensics

Main Duties/ Responsibilities (Other duties may be assigned):

  • Attend and engage in CCL’s Mobile Device Laboratory training programme
  • Attend all of the various training sessions:
    • Shadowing
    • Classroom/theory
    • Practical test cases
    • Competency test
  • Carry out the forensic examination of ‘test’ mobile devices in accordance with CCL’s policies and procedures
  • Utilise CCL’s case management system to effectively manage projects to ensure clients requirements and expectations are fulfilled
  • Pro-actively acquire forensic knowledge to maintain up to date and improve processes within the laboratory

Required Skill Set & Experience:


  • Awareness of current ACPO guidelines and Forensic Regulator’s requirements (ISO17025 and Codes of Practice and Conduct)
  • Ability to work with a high level of precision and accuracy, with great attention to detail
  • Computer literate
  • Ability to work independently and make sound and reasoned judgements
  • Sound analytical and interpretation skills



GCSE or equivalent qualification in Maths, English and IT

Desired but not essential:

Degree level qualification (2:2 or above) BSc in an IT related field; Computer Science or Digital Forensics degrees are desirable

HND/HNC & 1 -> 3 years’ experience in digital forensics

Core Role Competencies:

Personal Attributes

  • Positive and motivated attitude
  • Confident communicator
  • Team player
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Conscientious and reliable
  • Solution focussed
  • Excellent social skills

During the training programme you will receive:

  • A welcome and introductory session with Line Manager, colleagues and Senior Managers
  • Knowledge, classroom-based training to teach fundamental principles of digital forensics examinations
  • Classroom training on technical principles fundamental to the role
  • Classroom training on quality standards and application of this into your role
  • Knowledge training in relevant Standard Operating Procedures and Company Policies
  • Practical training on best practise for exhibit handling, device examination, reporting and interaction with end users and CCL systems
  • Training on forensic tools and software
  • Quality Assurance checks and regular feedback on progress
  • Exposure to an operational Digital Forensics Laboratory
  • Competency testing

Other Role Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years UK residency
  • Full driving licence
  • Satisfactorily pass pre-hire and annual security clearance procedures in accordance with the ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers) National Vetting Scheme.

General Statement

CCL is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

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