CURRENT JOB POSTINGS

Below is a listing of current employment opportunities submitted by public institutions associated with forensic science and/or private vendors who support the ASCLD website through a sponsorship in the vendor gallery. Please contact the organization listed for each opportunity directly for more information about a particular position.

Posting Jobs – ASCLD posts job announcements free of charge, submitted by public crime laboratories and other public institutions involved with forensic science. Private companies registered in our vendor gallery may post ads as well. In order to have a position posted on the website, please complete and submit a request for each position. Please include an attachment with the job description. The job description should be a Word document (.doc or .docx), text document (.txt), or adobe reader file (.pdf). Postings are listed for up to 3 months at a time and can be renewed by sending an email request to office@ascld.org. After review, the job announcement will be posted if it meets the requirements for the website.

Student Internships – The ASCLD web site does not accept resumes from students seeking internships at crime laboratories. Students should contact laboratories directly to inquire about opportunities.

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Position: Commissioner

Company: Bureau of Forensic Sciences of Puerto Rico

Location:  San Juan

Position Description: Download Document

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Commissioner:
This position is open until filled. Please email CV, letter of interest, and salary requirements to Public Safety Secretary Hector Pesquera, kortiz@dps.pr.gov . This position requires a PhD or MD and at least five years of experience as a forensic practitioner. Spanish language proficiency is preferred, but not required. The position supervises the medical examiner/pathology, crime laboratory and forensic investigators efforts of the Puerto Rico Bureau of forensic Science(Spanish: Negociado de Ciencias Forense) and reports directly to DSP Secretary Hector Pesquera-Puerto Rico Department of Public Safety —Spanish: Departamento de Seguridad Pública de Puerto Rico (DSP).

End date: January 9, 2019