Criminalistics Employment Opportunities

PLEASE NOTE: The description of which employment opportunities qualify to be posted on this page can be found in CAC Policy Statement 13-008. If you would like to post a forensic tech job, please visit the International Association for Identification website.

To add listings to this page, please contact the webmaster. Your posting will be accessible to more people if it is submitted as a link to the official job listing web site or as simple text. Alternatively, you may submit an Adobe PDF file or Word document. Be sure to include the pertinent job info, an email contact at your lab, and when the posting is to be removed.

    Updated: June 22, 2016

Contra Costa Deputy Sheriff - Forensic Supervisor (Deadline 07/08/16)
Contra Costa Forensic Supervisor (Deadline 07/08/16)
Eugene Oregon Forensic Analyst (Deadline 08/05/16)
Oakland Police Department, Criminalist II (Deadline 07/01/16)
Idaho Forensic Scientist 1 - Toxicology Position (Deadline 06/21/16)
Alameda County DNA Technical Lead Position (Deadline extended to 06/22/16)
San Francisco PD Firearms and Toolmarks - Criminalist II (Posted 06/07/16)
American Association for Laboratory Accreditation positions (Posted 06/01/16)
OC Crime Lab Assistant Director, Administrative Manager II (Posted 05/20/16)
LA County ME/Coroner: "Chief Forensic Laboratories" (Posted 05/17/16)
Ventura Supervisor (Posted 05/12/16)
SERI Forensic Serologist II/Assistant Technical Lead Position (Posted 04/1/16)
Forensic Analytical Firearms Position (Re-posted 04/04/16)
Federal Criminalistics jobs with possible duty overseas (Posted 03/01/16)
ORAU (Oak Ridge Associated Universities) posted 02/23/2016:
Forensic Examiner I, Forensic Examiner III, DNA 1 Position, DNA 3 Position, Firearms/Toolmark, Forensic Chemist, Forensic Manager
California DOJ Criminalist/Senior Criminalist (Continuous)
ASCLD site job postings

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