CYFOR are seeking the next generation of experts to join us.
Our Graduate Scheme is a comprehensive 3-year training programme, and if successful, you will have the opportunity to start your career within a thriving and dynamic organisation that will support you every step of the way.
As CYFOR perpetually grows, we want the next generation of digital forensic experts to grow with us. Being a team of industry-leading specialists and with demand for our services higher than ever, CYFOR is the perfect environment for recent graduates looking to start their career in digital forensics.
Our Graduate Scheme is a comprehensive 3-year training programme, and if successful, you will have the opportunity to start your career within a thriving and dynamic organisation that will support you every step of the way. You will have the chance to work with a diverse range of clients across a range of sectors and industries, helping to develop you both personally and professionally.
As a business we collaborate, strategize and innovate to ensure we continue to meet our ambitious growth plans. Could you be part of the next phase of CYFOR?
Graduates join us on a 3-year training programme gaining experience of working both on their own and as part of a team. During their programme, they will experience conducting entire investigations, court viable reporting, understanding and interpreting client requirements and everything in-between.
A formal certificate of completion is given to each successful graduate, at which point they will be invited to continue developing their career with us by specialising in a specific discipline, whether its eDiscovery, digital forensics or cyber security. We take the time to understand everyone’s goals and aspirations, ensuring a culture of support is promoted, allowing you to be challenged whilst feeling valued.
Due to CYFOR’s unique multidiscipline expertise, we have various graduate roles available across all our technical departments. The most popular of these are eDiscovery, digital forensics and cell site analysis.
At our recently acquired and renovated head office in Middleton, Manchester. We boast comprehensive technical and social facilities, providing a great environment to start your journey into our thriving industry.
Absolutely. CYFOR work hard to ensure a positive and healthy working environment. We invest heavily in our colleagues and provide a range of benefits including;
Throughout the duration of the graduate programme, CYFOR will provide a comprehensive range of training, combining the best technical tuition with personal and professional development. This training will cover all core disciplines, across all departments. You will be supported within a structure that is comprised of leading industry experts who will always be on hand to guide, support and help you develop your skillset. Amongst our current team of employees, we have some of the most experienced forensic investigators ranging to placement year students. We pride ourselves in helping one another, sharing knowledge and experience in every job we do.
We are seeking graduates with the right attitude and commitment to meet the requirements of our organisation. If you have a genuine interest in digital forensics, attention to detail with an enthusiasm to learn and have strong communication skills, we’d like to hear from you. However, you will need the relevant education and hold one of the following qualifications:
Your application will also be based upon your ability to demonstrate the personal qualities which underpin our core values, including personal drive and integrity.
Please note: Due to the high volume of applicants, we cannot guarantee a response to all applications. However, if you are deemed a suitable candidate, we will contact you within 14 days.
Please note, you will need to be successful at each stage before you can be progressed to the next.
Our Graduate Programme is designed to take on new talent every year, however, all entries for 2020 have now closed. We will review all applications and select candidates, who will then be notified in due course.