- Excellent incentive-based salary package
- Flexible locations
- Company vehicle and equipment provided
As a Forensic Collision Investigator and Court expert you will be expected to consider documentation and instructions from the relevant Principal, in order to undertake forensic examination of vehicles or carry out a paper/desktop analysis. You will take images/photographs to illustrate relevant issues and to produce scientifically accurate, logical, concise reports.
Part of your responsibilities will include management of files, joint statements and CPR Part 35 questions in accordance with company policy; liaise with external agencies; and to attend court or conference with counsel when required. A full list of your key responsibilities can be made available upon request.
You must be educated to at least BEng or BSc level in an engineering or physics based subject, have outstanding communication skills, and be self-motivated and well-disciplined. You must hold a valid licence and be confident with working autonomously.
Based at our Burnley head office and supported by a senior forensic expert, you will be part of our evidence appraisal team, providing timely, cost-effective advice to our instructors. With the appropriate level of technical support, you will be expected to consider supplied documentation from the relevant instructor in order to provide suitable pre-instruction advice. Though accident investigation is not essential, an understanding of motor vehicles and road traffic accidents is desirable. This role would be ideal for a retired police vehicle examiner, who is efficient, motivated and well-organised.
If you wish to apply for a position within this growing company, please forward your CV to Vikkie Furminger by email firstname.lastname@example.org