About the Agency
The FBI must ensure our workforce is fully staffed to continue protecting our nation and combating crime. As a result, the FBI is committed to achieving FY 2014 hiring goals. Effective, May 5, 2014, FBI employees will be precluded from moving to another position within the Bureau by means of promotion, reassignment or change to lower grade unless the new position is career enhancing (Headquarters to Field Offices or Field Offices to Headquarters) or offers a greater promotional potential than the position in which they are currently serving.
Division: Operational Technology Division
Unit: Cryptologic & Electronics Analysis Unit (CEAU)
Location: Quantico, Virginia
Working Hours: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
GS 13: $89,924.00 - $116,901.00
GS 14: $106,263.00 - $138,136.00
- Performs forensic examinations on commerical electronics, which include mobile phones, and global positioning systems (GPS), custom built electronics, execute memory captures, complete computer programming tasks and perform electrical circuit analysis and etc.
- Performs research in areas of mobile phone forensics, embedded electronics and emerging digital technologies and from that research develop new software and hardware techniques that will assist with electronics device forensic examinations.
- Prepare reports detailing forensic examination results and other technical memoranda for higher level review and retention.