Reporting Fingerprint Examiner
Job Title: Reporting Fingerprint Examiner
Salary: £31,070 to £36,893 plus £2,930 location allowance. You will receive £31,070 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £36,893 will be via incremental progression.
Play a vital part in bringing offenders to justice
Policing a city with nearly nine million residents presents its own unique challenges. The Met’s Forensic Services unit helps keep London safer by providing an invaluable response to the capital’s complex policing challenges. The first UK Fingerprint Bureau was founded at Scotland Yard in 1901 and today receives over 14,000 cases a year. Join us as a Reporting Fingerprint Examiner and take your place in history, using your skills and experience to help solve even the most complex crimes.
In this role, you’ll be working in the UK’s largest police force, delivering an efficient, accurate and effective technical fingerprint examination and verification service. As part of an investigation team, you’ll work on all levels of crime, including homicide, rape and counter terrorism. Your insight will bring offenders to justice and support the wider judicial system.
Having completed National Fingerprint Training at an advanced level, you’ll also have wide-ranging fingerprint casework experience at varying levels of complexity. You’ll need a good understanding of all disciplines within Forensic Services and a thorough knowledge of the specialist computer systems that support it. You may be currently working in, or retired from, another Fingerprint Bureau in another police or law enforcement agency. Highly motivated with excellent communication skills, you’ll have five or more GSCEs or equivalent.
To apply, please visit our website to download a role-specific information pack and click on the link to complete and submit the online application form and detailed CV.
Completed applications must be submitted by 23.55pm on 1st February 2019.
Failure to supply all the relevant documents will result in your application being terminated.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.