JOB SUMMARY:The Digital Forensics Laboratory, “DFL” (which falls within the Strategic Enforcement and Intergovernmental Relations Division) provides support for the Bronx District Attorney’s Office by forensically analyzing various types of digital evidence including mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, desktop and laptop computers, portable storage devices, as well as providing assistance in a variety of technology-related areas. The DFL is seeking to hire an experienced analyst specializing in telephone records analysis. The primary responsibility of the analyst will be to liaise with Assistant District Attorneys and other office personnel in performing detail-oriented examinations of telephone records to support investigations and prosecutions. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSAdvanced Microsoft Excel skills required (i.e., must possess technical proficiency with formulas)General fluency with computer applications and electronic devicesReadiness to learn about and adapt to rapid changes in technologyAbility to handle multiple challenging assignments and perform in a fast-paced environmentMust possess exceptional oral communication and interpersonal skillsCreative ability to devise formatting solutions regarding large or inconsistent data setsAbility to devise an organizational system of raw and processed data tables and deliverablesRapid data entry skills as required for specific projectsExcellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail and high concern for data accuracy JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:Examination of telephone records to ascertain significant call patterns and/or geographic relevance of telephone communicationsExtract data to prepare visual aids for investigative purposes and/or for presentation at trial and/or Grand Jury proceedingsTestify under oath when required regarding analyses performedReviewing analytical work and visual aids prepared by other analysts for accuracy and qualityProvide assistance to other analysts in the Office related to GIS platforms and act as a subject matter resource on phone records analysis, geo-spatial mapping, and telecommunication infrastructure such as base station technologies related to GSM / CDMA networks, including LTE / VoLTE technologies.On an as-needed basis, conduct drive tests to collect survey information related to cellular towers for further analysisProvide assistance in drafting subpoenas and court orders involving telephone recordsInteraction with telephone companies, law enforcement personnel and/or city agenciesAchieve certification or demonstrate proficiency in subjects, tools, and methods identified by the DFLOther assigned duties and responsibilities to support the DFL or Strategic Enforcement Division EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS:A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree preferred in one of the following degrees: electrical engineering (preferred), computer engineering, or computer science (accepted).Candidates with prior testimony experience in criminal or civil litigations related to telephone records, or tower interpretation and analysis, will be given preference. If applicable, this should be indicated on both the submitted cover letter and resume.Candidates with knowledge and previous working experience related to wireless telecommunication infrastructure, including base station equipment and transmitters, radiofrequency, or LTE technology preferred. If applicable, this should be indicated on both the submitted cover letter and resumeCandidates formerly employed by a major telephone carrier or law enforcement agency will be strongly considered (i.e., familiarity with billing records, call routing, dial plans, etc.)Candidates familiar with telephone analysis software or GIS platforms will be given preference. If applicable, this should be indicated on both the submitted cover letter and resumeExperience/skill in working with databases strongly preferred (please note on cover letter) * Generally, hours for the position are Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. However, work outside those hours may occasionally be necessary depending on the needs of the Lab. Selected candidates must be able to work alternate schedules to support the 24/7 nature of the Lab. POST UNTIL: FilledThe Office of the Bronx District Attorney is an Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Diversity and Inclusion.