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CLOSING: 9/30/20 Responsibilities Perform the most complex duties in the analysis of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) on physical evidence and material consisting of body fluid stains, hair, bone, dental pulp, and other human tissue. Process request for examination which usually include the reason for which the samples were collected and background investigative information or intelligence contextual […]


CLOSING DATE: 10/1/20 This position serves as an examiner (GS-9 through GS-13) in the DFSC and may work in any of the four Directorates at any given time period: The United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL), Forensic Exploitation Directorate (FXD), Office of Quality Initiatives and Training (OQIT), and/or the Office of the Chief Scientist […]


CLOSING DATE:9/30/20 About the Position:┬áThis position is located at the Forensic Exploitation Directorate (FXD), Defense Forensic Science Center (DFSC) in Ft. Gillem, GA. FXD and DFSC are an organization that provides forensic laboratory support to Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO), intelligence organizations and legal agencies, as well as other federal and non-federal agencies. This is a […]

Forensic Scientist I/Office of Alcohol Testing-MA

Through a formal training program, incumbents:Complete comprehensive training in current methods and techniques used to conduct chemical and biological laboratory or on-site tests including, but not limited to, analyzing biological specimens and organic and inorganic substances; preparing solutions to be used in testing; and operating laboratory equipment. Develop proficiency in applying established protocols and procedures […]

Call for Student E-Posters: 2020 Science, Technology and Human Rights Conference

Deadline for Abstracts: Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time Deadline for Posters and Video Presentations: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time Human rights are increasingly relevant to science and technology. The important roles of scientific methods, tools and knowledge for advancing human rights are also more visible today than ever. The […]