NFSTC seeking Communications Specialist
Looking for a communications position in the fascinating world of forensic science? NFSTC has an opportunity for a specialist-level professional. The communications specialist is responsible to provide writing, editing and communications support for corporate projects, development and outreach.
NFSTC seeking computer forensic analyst
NFSTC is seeking a computer forensic analyst for a 12-month term position in Fort Bragg, NC to provide intelligence support to the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Job responsibilities include performing computer forensics exploitation analysis for captured enemy materials.
NFSTC seeking instructors for biometrics, forensics and HME
NFSTC has potential employment opportunities for individuals with training and instruction expertise in the collection and exploitation of biometrics, forensics, media and site exploitation, and homemade explosives. This training would support the Joint Exploitation Training Center (JETC) located in Ft. Bragg, Fayetteville, NC. Responsibilities will include classroom instruction and range […]
NFSTC seeking DNA & bio-screening instructors
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) is seeking forensic science consulting expertise in Forensic DNA Analysis and Biological Screening. We are currently looking for individuals willing to work on a contract basis to deliver training and laboratory instruction across the United States.
Position Available: Facilitator – Exploitation Analysis Training
NFSTC is currently seeking an Exploitation Analysis Training Facilitator for a one-year project in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Responsibilities include facilitating delivery of tactical-level training projects, providing hands-on instruction as assigned and conducting logistics for multiple EAC courses (view job posting for complete requirements). Applications will be accepted through 5 PM Eastern Time, July 11, 2012.