Firearms Examiner Job
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Dulles, VA, US
- You’ll be joining a great team of forensics personnel supporting the USPIS mission.
- This is a great opportunity to work in a USPIS accredited laboratory with another firearms examiner and examiners in other disciplines.
- You’ll assist in working cases and working down a large backlog.
- As a USPIS Firearms Examiner, you’ll obtain some or enhance your experience working in a fully functional government laboratory working closely with other forensics experts.
You’ll be working within the Firearms Unit in a fully functioning laboratory. All work takes place in the laboratory.
- Receive and inventory evidence
- Process, analyze and examine evidence according to forensic science discipline and accreditation standards and FLS policies and procedures
- Create examination documentation for work performed
- Issue forensic laboratory examination reports
- Provide expert testimony on work performed
- Work under FLS policies and procedures
- Education: Prefer (but not needed) B.S. degree with at least twenty-four (24) credit hours in the Physical Sciences.
- Experience: Prefer experience working in an accredited laboratory
- demonstrated ability to study and pass training, examination, and testing assessments; ; verbal and written communication
Full or Part Time: no less than three days a week; day shift only.