• Senior Digital Forensics Examiner

    Legal Technology
    US-CA-San Francisco
  • Responsibilities

    TransPerfect’s Forensic Technology & Consulting (FT&C) division is looking for a Senior Digital Forensics Examiner to join our quickly growing international team. This role will have the potential to move up into a Manager position.


    • Manage client relationships and collection projects from inception to completion. Responsibilities would include, but are not limited to, project scoping, workflow conception, execution of forensically sound collections through proposed workflows, relevant data identification, and coordination of data handoffs to internal processing teams.
    • Candidate would be required to provide depositions/testimony pertaining to all aspects of their managed projects and collections on an as-needed basis.
    • Generate concise, forensically accurate, and unbiased findings reports on an as-needed basis.
    • Work with and coordinate additional FT&C personnel to assist, as-needed, throughout project lifespans.
    • Manage collected evidence documentation and chain-of-custody.
    • Maintain highly detailed project-related notes and documentation.
    • Generate project pricing and enter project-related monthly billing.
    • Candidate should be comfortable with work-related travel as well as occasionally working extended hours.


    • 4-year Bachelor of Science degree in one or more of the following preferred concentrations: Computer Forensics, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology, or Management of Information Systems.
    • 4-5 years of direct forensics experience.
    • Familiarity with industry standard forensic software such as EnCase, FTK, Cellebrite, Nuix, etc.
    • Information Security experience is a PLUS.
    • Experience with identification, preservation, and analysis of electronic data pertaining to laptops, desktops, servers, backup tapes, mobile devices, webmail providers, cloud services, etc.
    • Strong background with Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, and Linux operating systems.
    • Familiarity with network environments and computer and network administration protocols.
    • Strong hardware and software troubleshooting technical experience.
    • Excellent analytical skills.
    • Efficient multi-tasking abilities.
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
    • Ability to create exceptional, detail-oriented, client deliverables.
    • Experience with scripting and programming languages such as: C#, Java, Python, Pearl, Bash scripting, PHP, etc. a plus.


    Desired Skills


    • Master of Science degree in one of the above concentrations.
    • Forensic concept/software certifications such as SCERS, CFCE, SANS, EnCE, CCME, etc.


    Forensic Technology & Consulting (FT&C) is a subdivision of TransPerfect Legal Solutions (TLS), the industry leader in multilingual legal support services. Since 1992, TLS has been providing a comprehensive suite of solutions that facilitates every aspect of our clients' legal matters. Our offerings include a full e-discovery package (collections, processing, hosting, and production) as well as a plethora of other services ranging from court reporting to virtual data rooms for M&A and bankruptcy cases, TLS is the definitive one-stop-shop for the global legal industry. As a specialized division of TransPerfect Inc., the world's largest privately owned language services provider, TLS is the only legal support services provider that also offers a full array of translation, interpretation, and other multilingual solutions. Please visit us at to find out more.


    TransPerfect is an equal opportunity employer.


    TransPerfect offers a comprehensive benefits package including: medical, dental, vision, 401k, paid time-off, company sponsored life insurance, long term disability, flexible spending account options, and a pro-active and accessible HR department that focuses on the staff’s health and happiness.


    For more information on the TransPerfect Family of Companies, please visit our website at


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