(Senior) Digital Forensic Investigation Officer (Senior) Digital Forensic Investigation Officer …

European Investment Bank
in Luxembourg
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 24 Sep 20
Competitive
European Investment Bank
in Luxembourg
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 24 Sep 20
Competitive
(Senior) Digital Forensic Investigation Officer
The EIB, the European Union's bank, is seeking to recruit for its Inspectorate General Directorate (IG) - Fraud Investigations Division (IG/-/IN/-/) at its headquarters in Luxembourg, a (Senior) Digital Forensic Investigation Officer. This is a full time position at grade 5/6.
The term of this contract will be 4 years .
Panel interviews are anticipated for end of October/beginning of November.
The EIB offers fixed-term contracts of up to a maximum of 6 years, according to business needs, with a possibility to convert to a permanent contract, subject to organisational requirements and individual performance.

Purpose
You will primarily provide digital forensic investigation support to assist investigations in the Fraud Investigations Division, both inside and outside the EU. You will prepare detailed reports of those digital forensic investigations.
You will also, when digital forensic support requirements are low and on request from the Head of the Case Intake and Analysis Unit, conduct assessments of allegations of prohibited conduct related to the EIB Group operations, both inside and outside the EU, to establish if the alleged wrongdoing or misconduct represents a sufficient risk to the EIB Group to warrant the opening of an investigation. You will be required to prepare high quality, detailed reports on the results of those assessments.

Operating Network
As (Senior) Digital Forensic Investigator you will report to the Head of Unit, Case Intake & Forensic Analysis, and you will have regular contact with colleagues in other Directorates.

Accountabilities
Under the day-to-day direction of the Head of Unit, you will be expected to:
  • Conduct digital forensic examinations in cases of alleged prohibited conduct or misconduct in accordance with the Fraud Investigations Division's investigation procedures and international best practice;
  • Identify, collect, acquire, recover, preserve and analyse electronic evidence from any kind of digital media in a forensically sound matter and using validated techniques and methods;
  • Accompany investigators on missions to carry out digital forensics operations;
  • Advise investigators on the procedures to follow to protect the chain of custody of potential digital forensic evidence so that it is admissible in a criminal or administrative procedure;
  • Provide investigators with potential digital evidence by extracting data/documents from the forensic image based on keyword and timeline searches and other more advanced search techniques,
  • Keep up to date of the latest developments in forensic technology (hardware and software) so that the Fraud Investigation Division has state-of-the-art forensic equipment, software and techniques at its disposal,
  • Prepare detailed digital forensics reports for the investigators;
  • Develop forensic procedures and guidelines for recovery and handling of electronic evidence, digital forensic analysis and reports;
  • Give evidence in court or at disciplinary hearings as required, subject to authorisation from the Inspector General and the President of the EIB;
  • Regularly report progress on cases and evidence obtained to assist in determining appropriate action;
  • Involve other business units and coordinate with internal and external stakeholders such as law enforcement and other IFI's as appropriate;
  • Maintain a good understanding of the organisation as a whole and the complexities within this to be able to meet organisational and administrative needs;
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of policy;
  • Assist the Head of the Case Intake and Analysis unit with the further development of the computer forensic lab.
In addition, when digital forensic support requirements are low, you will also assist the Head of the Case Intake and Analysis Unit with the assessment of allegations of prohibited conduct. You will be expected to:
  • Undertake desk reviews and research relevant facts;
  • Contact complainants/informants and persons inside and external to the EIB, in order to obtain all relevant information relating to an allegation, in order to make a full and detailed assessment;
  • Recommend, according to the intake procedure (including specified criteria), which issues should be fully investigated and which should be closed at the assessment stage;
  • Regularly report progress on cases and evidence obtained to assist in determining appropriate action;
  • Under the direction of the Head of Case Intake and Analysis Unit, prepare high quality and detailed reports to management and relevant areas of the Bank.


Qualifications
  • University degree in investigations, law, finance, digital forensics, computer science, information technology or other relevant field of study;
  • Internationally recognised qualification in digital forensics and qualifications in the use of specialised forensic investigation tools;
  • A minimum of 5 years professional experience in an investigations office , within the fields of digital forensics, investigation or forensic audit;
  • Professional experience in providing digital forensic support for administrative and/or criminal investigations;
  • Strong experience in conducting a wide range of investigations into alleged fraud, corruption or other similar prohibited activities;
  • Professional experience in advanced search techniques (aside from keyword and timeline searches) used to extract potential digital evidence from a forensic image;
  • Experience at international level is desirable;
  • Sector knowledge: investment banking, equity business, procurement procedures (incl. EU tendering procedures), infrastructure projects would be considered an asset;
  • Demonstrated strong analytical and critical-thinking skills;
  • Excellent knowledge and oral/writing skills of English and French(*). Knowledge of other languages would be considered as a strong asset.


Competencies
Find out more about EIB core competencies here
(*) There may be certain flexibility on this requirement, but limited to particularly suitable candidates who may not yet be proficient in French. If selected, such candidates will be hired on the condition that they build up rapidly knowledge of French and accept that their future career in the EIB may be subject to the attainment of sufficient proficiency in both of the Bank's working languages
We are an equal opportunity employer, who believes that diversity is good for our people and our business. As such, we promote the inclusion of suitably qualified and experienced staff without regard to their gender, age, racial or ethnic origin, religion or beliefs, sexual orientation/identity, or disability (*).
By applying for this position you acknowledge the importance of maintaining the security and integrity of the Information of the EIB Group. In case of selection for the position you agree to comply with all measures (policies, controls, document classification and management) implemented by the EIB Group to prevent unauthorized disclosure of any information or any damage to the EIB Group reputation.
Deadline for applications: 2nd of October 2020
(*). We particularly welcome applications from women and persons with disabilities.
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