Internship Opening with Dominion Energy (Richmond, Virginia)

There is currently an internship opening in the Richmond, Virginia office of Dominion Energy Company in their Computer Forensics department. This opening is for Criminology and Computer Science students. The intern will be responsible for working with Dominion’s Security Computer Forensic specialist in various facets of the security field. Assisting with research and analyzing automated systems are two key components of the position, along with processing electronic storage devices for evidentiary reasons.

The qualified candidate will fulfill the following requirements:
-General knowledge and understanding of security concepts, and sophisticated security technologies, to support computer forensics.

-Experience with the following operating systems; DOS, Macintosh, Linux, Android, and MS Windows is preferred.

-Experience with office products such as Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, Access, Excel, email is highly preferred.

-Consistent demonstration of strong, critical thinking and decision making skills, applied in a security environment.

-Ability to assess security incidents and take appropriate action.

-Demonstrated ability to manage the flow of sensitive information.

-Ability to coordinate and manage multiple work processes.

-Experience with Encase Forensic Software, Encase, FTK, Autopsy, Magnet is a plus.

NOTE: A valid driver’s license is also required for potential candidates.

Interested candidates can find application information at: https://www.myinterfase.com/rmu/Job/Detail/Ly9DOEN5eUhZdG9WVGJ3bzNERDJtdjlaUjZGc2lHYWY3NVB4Y21OQWdQST01

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