Careers and Employment Opportunities

If your agency has employment opportunities, please contact us via our contact page or contact the National Office Manager at [email protected]

Please ensure your email includes the announcement a start and end date for posting on the website and any applicable contact information. All postings for polygraph examiner employment opportunities are provided free of charge.


Current Opportunities


Examiner needed in Sunny Florida on the West Coast, Tampa Area. The examiner should have experience in PCSOT and Pre-Hire Law Enforcement Testing with the LEPET.

Please Contact 

Wade Moss

Asset Guardian, Inc.

(727)243-3760  (Cell)


Job Title:

Experienced Polygraph Examiners

Job Category:



Various – see description

Travel Required:

Local travel only

Level/Salary Range:

To be determined

Position Type:

Contract on as-needed basis


Chip Morgan

Date Posted:

Date Posted

External Posting URL:

Applications Accepted By:

Fax or Email letter of Interest to: 

[email protected]

Subject Line: Polygraph examiner position

Please indicate in your letter of Interest which geographic area(s) you wish to cover and your experience.

For more polygraph specific info, contact:

Chip Morgan

[email protected]


Job Description

Matt and Laura Burton have a highly successful coaching practice centered on sexual sobriety and infidelity.


Our Couple's Coaching Program has a high success rate because it combines the most effective tools, techniques and practices and is couple-centric, focusing equally on the couple, the recovering addict, and the partner. ​ Session work is important, especially in early recovery.  Couples are involved in three types of session work:  couple sessions, partner sessions, and recovering addict sessions.  Recovering addicts and their partners also participate in coach-facilitated Recovery Work Groups. These are divided into 2 separate groups; one for partners and one for the recovering addict.   For couples needing or wanting a more focused approach, we offer our three- and five-day Couple's Sexual Addiction and Intimacy Anorexia® Intensives. Intensives are unique, as they advance in days what typically takes a couple several months to achieve. Our programs can help the partner, the recovering addict, and the relationship recover from the devastation of addiction.


Our business is expanding at a fast pace in the US and abroad and we are in need of highly qualified polygraph examiners to assist us in verifying the truth around sexual sobriety and infidelity.


Ideally, we would like to have qualified polygraph examiners in most major cities and have the ability to cover all states. Right now, our primary focus is on metropolitan areas, to include:

1.      New York: New York City, Upstate NY

o   California: Los Angeles/Riverside, San Francisco

2.      Illinois:  Chicago

3.      Texas:  Dallas; Houston, San Antonio

4.      Washington DC/Baltimore MD

5.      Florida: Miami, Tampa Bay/Orlando

6.      Pennsylvania: Philadelphia, Pittsburgh

7.      Georgia:  Atlanta

8.      Arizona: Phoenix

9.      Massachusetts: Boston

10.    Michigan: Detroit

11.    Minnesota: Minneapolis/St. Paul

12.    Colorado: Denver

13.    Missouri: St. Louis, Kansas City

14.    North Carolina: Charlotte

15.    Nevada: Las Vegas

16.    Ohio: Columbus

17.    Indiana: Indianapolis

18.    Tennessee: Nashville, Memphis

19.    Virginia: Richmond

20.    Rhode Island: Providence

21.    Wisconsin: Milwaukee

22.    Oklahoma: Oklahoma City

23.    Louisiana: New Orleans

24.    Kentucky: Louisville

25.    Utah: Salt Lake City

26.    Connecticut: Hartford

27.    Alabama: Birmingham

28.    Wyoming: Casper

29.    Hawaii, Honolulu

30.    South Carolina: Charleston

31.    Idaho: Boise – Have covered

32.    New Mexico – Albuquerque

33.    North Dakota – Bismarck

34.    Maine – Portland

35.    Montana - Billings

Scope of work:

Typically, a client will be polygraphed every 3 months for the first year, every 6 months in the second year and once yearly after that. Polygraphs must be conducted using an APA Validated Technique; inconclusives must be attempted to be rectified by clearance testing and a comprehensive report must be completed for each examination. All examinations must be conducted in compliance with APA/AAPP/NPA Standards of Practice.

Role and Responsibilities

Polygraph examiners will be referred clients by Matt Burton for polygraph examinations. Reasonable fees (per local pricing at your locale) will be agreed upon in advance. The fees for services will be collected from the clients at the time of service – no billing required.


At the conclusion of the polygraph testing, a complete report will be sent to Matt Burton.


Qualifications and Education Requirements

All polygraphers must be graduates of an APA or AAPP accredited polygraph program and any applicant must be a member in good standing of one of the national polygraph associations (APA, AAPP or NPA), with current continuing education units met or exceeded.

Preferred Skills

Although this testing is not PCSOT testing and PCSOT certification is not required, the testing does approximate the criteria present in PCSOT testing, to include:

  • A disclosure (initial) polygraph, which is a screening test
  • Maintenance testing to ensure compliance with program goals

A preferred polygrapher should have experience in conducting screening examinations and should be familiar with polygraph testing in a therapeutic (non-criminal) environment.

Additional Notes

Program information requests should be directed to [email protected]

Polygraph information requests should be directed to Chip Morgan  [email protected]




An external ad for polygraph examiners at NSA is posted on their webpage (NSA.GOV) from 7/12 until 7/26.  Sorry that I'm two days late in passing this on - Hard stop on the 26th.


Polygraph Examiner

Consulting · Placentia, California

North Orange County Polygraph examination company is seeking an experienced part-time Polygraph Examiner.   This is a W2 paid “per diem” position.



Polygraph Examiners administer polygraph examinations to law enforcement, probation, and fire agency candidates.  Testing of sworn and and/or civilian positions using computerized polygraph instruments; the use of the Lafayette Polygraph system is required.  This job involves in-depth pre-employment polygraph interviews, within ADA and other federal standards; Examiner will prepare written reports documenting polygraph examination results.  


This is not a full-time job, but it can get busy.  Our employees will receive appointments for scheduled examinations several days, or weeks in advance; you may be scheduled 1 – 4 days per week depending on work load.  (The more available you are for us, the more likely we can work together to fill your available schedule.)  Most shifts will be between 4-7 hours of paid time, and our testing hours range from 6am to 5pm Monday through Friday, with occasional or seasonal Saturday testing, and evening appointments.  Candidate must be able to comfortably commute to North Orange County.  The Company provides all of the equipment you will need to use.


Seasoned examiners are encouraged to apply; examiners with limited experience may be considered based on several factors; newer examiners are encouraged to apply.



  • Graduation from an approved Polygraph school accredited by the American Polygraph Association or completion of a U.S. Government Polygraph Training Program; completion of 200 polygraphs is desired, but other experience may be considered. Specific issue training and experience is required.  
  • Ability to successfully pass a background investigation (criminal record verification)
  • Belong to a Professional Polygraph organization


Preference given to:

  • Candidates who have had working experience with polygraph at a former employer
  • Candidates with 5+ years of law enforcement experience



Instead of paying by the hour, we pay per completed project.  Piece rate or “per diem” is discussed at the interview stage.  Each exam from the start to finish generally takes 1.5 to 2 hours.    


We do not offer paid benefits other than those required in CA by law.



This is an EOE employer.  We do not discriminate against any Federal or State protected classification.  The position requires the ability to see, hear and speak, use hands and arms to assist with the positioning of the polygraph equipment, to remain seated for a good portion of the day, and to ascend/descend stairs.  This facility does not have an elevator to reach the 2nd story office.   Applicants must meet the physical requirements of the position as well as the experiential requirements, and background verification.


To be considered, submit resume and questionnaire through this link:  -->


Thank you for your consideration.


Shanon Pfeiffer

QCHR, Inc.

Big business compliance … small business service.


Main phone: 714-582-1329






City of Indianapolis & Marion County



Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

New Position Date:







Polygraph Examiner


Date Revised:







Job Code:





Position Reports to:


Deputy Director-IMPD Human Resources


FLSA Status:

















Direct Reports:





Position Summary


Position is responsible for interviewing subjects presented for polygraph testing, conducting polygraph examinations, interpreting results, and conducting subsequent interrogations.


Position Responsibilities

Engages in pre-polygraph activities; obtains information from assigned investigator; interviews subject; prepares polygraph questions.


Conducts polygraph examinations and interprets results.


Conducts follow-up interrogation of polygraph subjects registering possible deception in accordance with Departmental guidelines; coordinates strategy with assigned investigator.


Performs quality control checks on activities of other examiners. Submits test questions and charts for quality control evaluation by other examiners.


Performs infrequently-occurring activities (i.e., instructs, prepares reports, serves as Departmental expert witness in court, attends training sessions, etc.); ensures proper maintenance of polygraph equipment.

This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.

Job Knowledge, Experience, and Skills Required

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Criminology, Behavioral Science, or other related field, and five (5) years of related work experience. One (1) year of directly-related work experience may be substituted for each year of formal education. Requires individual to have graduated from an APA accredited polygraph training program.  Requires knowledge of Departmental and related legal matters concerning polygraph protocol; and IMPD regulations, policies and procedures. Must be able to operate and maintain computerized polygraph equipment. Must be able to maintain the minimum continuing educational requirements set by the American Polygraph Association (APA) in the field of polygraph examination techniques and in the law as it pertains to polygraph issues. Requires knowledge of applicable laws pertaining to polygraph examinations (e.g., Employee Polygraph Protection Act, etc.). Requires knowledge of interview and interrogation techniques and methods. Must be able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; observe and record events accurately and completely; and write detailed reports.


Independent Judgment

Confidentiality is of paramount importance. Information elicited can include that of ultimate personal natures (i.e., psychiatric treatment, suicide attempts, sexual activity, family catastrophes, substance abuse, etc.). Mismanagement and/or release of gained information can place the Department in extremely embarrassing situations and/or at levels of high liability. Actions are established by Departmental and related legal guidelines and by established polygraph examination procedures. Extreme care must be followed in administration of examination. Errors in polygraph interpretation and/or inappropriate lines of questioning could result in misleading results and/or violation of subject's rights. Incumbent comes in contact primarily with Departmental & other law-related personnel and potential Departmental employees. A close working relationship must be maintained with assigned investigators, especially when determining questioning strategies to pursue.


Working Conditions

Work is performed primarily in office and interrogation room settings. Close contact is maintained with police officers, civilian employees, court personnel, applicants for employment, witnesses, and criminal suspects. Assigned to day shift with weekends off; extended hours and weekends may be required.


Date Printed:  June 1, 2021

Human Resources/Division of OFM
1541 City-County Building
200 East Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204






Baseline Associate's Inc. is looking to hire a part time polygraph examiner to administer pre-employment polygraph examinations for local law enforcement and fire departments in Lakewood, CO. Baseline has been a subcontractor to local law enforcement in the Denver metro area for over 30 years. We currently have four examiners and are looking for one more to join our team. Opportunity to work days or evenings. Hours are flexible. Must have attended an APA accredited polygraph school. We have a training program; no experience is necessary. Please contact: Melissa Bahl at [email protected]




The US Army Contracting Command at Fort Belvoir, Virginia is planning to purchase some Stationary Polygraph Subject Examination Chairs. The Request for Quotes (RFQ)  with the details of this purchase is posted on the Federal Business Opportunities website under notice ID W50NH9-20-R-0033. Offers are due via email 12:00 Noon Eastern Time, 25 September 2020. Note: any company wishing to submit an offer in response to this RFQ must be registered in the System for Award Management, prior to bidding.

Thank you for your support.




Mark A. Funk

Army Civilian

Contract Specialist

U.S. Army Contracting Command - INSCOM

Acquisition Support Division

8825 Beulah Street

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

Telephone: 703-428-5741

Email: [email protected]





Cook County, Illinois 


Job Title:        HR Polygrapher 

Department:  Bureau of Human Resources 

FLSA Exempt: Yes

Characteristics of the Position

 General Overview

Under the direction of the Executive Director of Human Resources/Designee, the Polygraph Examiner performs highly specialized technical work in conducting polygraph examinations for pre-employment applications, criminal investigations, and internal matters. Performance is measured through the quality and quantity of polygraph examinations completed and the professionalism and effectiveness of the polygraph process in general

Key Responsibilities and Duties

Applies appropriate polygraph methodologies and standards and the Rules and Regulations of the Detection of Deception Act (State of Illinois), Illinois Compiled Statutes, case law related to polygraph examinations, the United States Constitution to ensure effective, efficient and professional polygraph examinations and reports.  

Performs quality assurance procedures to ensure conformance to the established standards of conducting polygraph examinations; ensures all documentation is complete and stored appropriately and that confidentiality is maintained.  

Analyzes examination charts; noting unusual circumstances; submitting reports regarding polygraph results. 

Prepares the examination rooms for the polygraph(s) and reviews available documentation prior to examination(s) and ensures the general process is explained clearly to applicants/interviewees.

Ensures the polygraph examination rooms are professionally maintained.

 Interacts and communicates regularly with the Director of Human Resource/Designee to maintain and support the hiring process.

Continually reviews procedures and processes to ensure operational goals are achieved; develops improved systems and processes. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Possess a high level of proficiency and training in the use of polygraph pre-employment testing techniques and methodologies

Thorough knowledge of all federal, state and local laws and regulations and how they affect investigative and polygraph activities.  

Knowledge of the psycho-physiological aspects of polygraph; polygraph techniques, including interrogation and investigative procedures; polygraph chart analysis and interpretation; the legal limitations of polygraph; interviewing techniques; the elements of crime; and the LEPET format. 

Familiarity with courtroom procedures and the rules of evidence.

Ability to exercise discretion, initiative and resourcefulness in carrying out assignments.

Possess a proficient knowledge of computer polygraph systems, e.g.,, the Limestone Computer Polygraph System.

Ability to work independently and pro-actively, without direct supervision, in order to perform all assigned duties to the highest quality.

Possess the highest levels of integrity, dedication, confidentiality, and professionalism.

Ability to successfully complete annual continuing education requirements which are focused on developing and improving the individual examiner and the polygraph program.

Thorough working knowledge of or ability to quickly and effectively grasp and utilize the policies, protocols, systems, procedures and technical vernacular of the agency, department and County, as these are applicable to assigned duties and responsibilities.

Ability to maintain a thorough understanding of and adherence to all Sheriff’s Orders, the Sheriff’s Employment Action Manual (SEAM), General Order’s Policies and Procedures, Rules and Regulations and Directives. 

Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including verbal and written skills.  

Ability to prepare typed reports using proper sentence structure, punctuation and grammar.  

Skill in interacting with others to investigate, gather and review confidential materials, and pertinent information. 

Excludes personal biases from work performance; has tact and diplomacy; strives to promote a cooperative atmosphere and maintain a positive attitude.

Strong problem-solving  skills and the ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions based on accurate and timely analyses.

Strong interpersonal, analytical skills and the ability to interact with a broad cross-section of society, sometimes under stressful conditions.

 Ability to work independently and in a team environment.

Proficiency level utilizing Microsoft Office applications, including Word and Excel. 

Ability to understand the requirements of the position, be flexible in terms of work schedule, and dedicate as much time as needed to complete the required duties.

Ability to use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines, assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects and demands and establish and maintain cooperative working environment. 

Ability to operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to computers, telephones, calculators, copiers and FAX machines. 

Capable of providing expert witness testimony, as required. 

Capable of performing maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs and calibrations of all polygraph instruments. 

Ability to evaluate processes and make suggestions to decrease turnaround time and increase operational effectiveness. 

Capable of maintaining current licensure with the State of Illinois throughout the course of employment and successfully complete any required training.

Skill in operating and maintaining polygraph equipment.  

 Essential Functions 

Communication: Communicates with required Human Resource team members job applicants and other examinees, law enforcement personnel, and attorneys in order to conduct polygraph examinations and assist with the development of court cases. Conducts interviews on criminal and non-criminal matters. Provides testimony as an expert witness in court regarding polygraph findings. Writes detailed reports regarding polygraph findings with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence structure, punctuation, and grammar.  

Manual/Physical: Operates polygraph equipment. Maintains computerized polygraph equipment on a regular basis. Enters data and information into a personal computer. Observes and monitors examinees' behavior and polygraph charts to determine polygraph questions and compliance with prescribed operating and safety standards. Uses schematic drawings (polygraph chart) to interpret polygraph results.  

Capable of sitting for extended periods of time, capable of sustaining extended periods of time maintaining concentrated attention to detail. 

Mental: Interprets/analyzes polygraph charts and distinguishes deceptive responses. Determines factors that would affect testing conditions for an examinee. Formulates test/interview questions for examinees. Comprehends and makes inferences from written material including literature on polygraph techniques, departmental policies and procedures, and court cases regarding legal aspects of polygraphy. Evaluates reports of investigations. Learns job-related material primarily through structured lecture and reading. 

Special Requirements. Graduation from an accredited polygraph school recognized by the American Association of Police Polygraphists or the American Polygraph Association. Because of the confidential, sensitive nature of information handled, successful completion of a background investigation and polygraph is required. 

Minimum Qualifications

Possession of an Associate’s or higher degree, from an accredited college or university; AND/OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. 

Two years of investigative work experience supplemented by one (1) year of professional polygraph examining work experience.

Ability to work any shift assigned, including days, afternoons, midnights and weekends.

Preferred Qualifications

Seven to ten (7 - 10 years) of professional polygraph examination experience. 

Possession of a Bachelors or higher degree, from an accredited college or university.

Five to seven (5-7) years of professional experience preferably in law enforcement and/or criminal/pre-employment screening examinations, supplemented by college coursework in psychology, criminal justice, or related subjects. 

Knowledge of and proficient with the Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test (LEPET) format.

To view the Cook County Sheriff’s Office open positions and to apply online, click on the following link: Or visit our website at www.CookcountySheriffs office and click on the employment tab for more information.

The duties listed are not set forth for purposes of limiting the assignment of work. They are not to be construed as a complete list of the many duties normally to be performed under a job title or those to be performed temporarily outside an employee’s normal line of work. 


The Cook County Sheriff’s Office prohibits all unlawful discrimination in its hiring and promotional process. 


All Cook County Sheriff’s Office employees must apply on the internal employment page to be considered; the application may be accessed via the SheriffNet site. 


Please Note:  All Internal Applicants are subject to Cook County Promotional salary rules if selected.



Polygraph Examiner Opportunity at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory


Job ID 310428


Start Date: February 18, 2020


End Date: May 31, 2020


  • PNNL’s National Security Directorate (NSD) is the steward of the Laboratory's assets to help "prevent and counter acts of terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD)." NSD provides the tools and technologies to support the detection of WMD, help the United States manage its nonproliferation treaty participation, and secure our nation's borders. Experts in NSD directly support many of the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) critical national security operations, including safeguards and security, cyber security, emergency response, and counterintelligence.
  • Within NSD, experts in the Security Systems Optimization (SSO) technical group understand that only through a comprehensive look at the entire security operations of the particular site can you ensure that the asset, be it nuclear to people, is fully protected.  SSO stewards capabilities in vulnerability assessment, tactical response, and all components of physical protection, including the people component as a critical element. Therefore, in addition to having sophisticated and coordinated security technologies implemented, an organization that has assets that must be protected must train and trust every staff member to defend against threats within that system of protection. 
  • SSO’s Credibility Assessment Operations Team operates and executes the DOE’s Counterintelligence Polygraph Program. This team of seasoned and highly professional experts conduct polygraph examinations through agency requests, and provide subject matter expertise for credibility assessment research, development, testing and evaluation. In this position you will reside on this team and serve as a senior field polygraph examiner for the DOE Polygraph Program, and conduct Counterintelligence Scope Polygraph (CSP) examinations in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations (10 CFR Part 709), the Federal Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) Examiner Handbook, and other guidance on polygraph examinations as prepared by DOE and the National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA). Position is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  • This position is responsible for providing technical expertise, analysis, and publishable products to advance the frontiers of science and address some of the most challenging problems in national security, energy, and the environment. Gather, analyze, and evaluate information from a variety of sources. Anticipates internal and or external business challenges, sponsor and/or regulatory issues; recommends process or service improvements. Identifies and solves unique and complex problems that have a broad impact on the Laboratory. Utilize technical expertise in one or more scientific, engineering, or policy disciplines, determine significance and reliability of incoming information, integrating new information with current data. Evaluate information to determine a recommended course of action. Apply and interpret theories, principles, methods, tools, and technologies within an area of specialty. Provide domain knowledge and insight on national-level mission needs to multidisciplinary project teams comprised of scientists and engineers.


  • Guidelines are regulatory in nature and include DOE, DOD, and PNNL level policies. You will routinely make judgments from the interpretation of sparse guidance and inference to polygraph. You will apply broad knowledge of intelligence policies and directives with limited existing polygraph guidance to authorize or validate specific polygraph testing procedures best suited to the existing circumstances. You will develop an appropriate plan of action from a variety of available options. You will assess results and propose strategies designed to meet the unique requirement of individual cases and makes subjective evaluations about the detailed procedures and actual methodology applied to the conduct of intelligence polygraphs. You will be empowered to make decisive interpretations on the nuances of applied procedures.
  • You will work independently and with others and maintain open communication lines with the project lead and quality control staff. The relationship and communication between field examiners, the quality control staff and the project lead are critical to maintaining a professional workforce with highly ethical climate. You will need to seek consensus, full understanding, and support for the program's vision, values, and principles.
  • You will act as an independent contributor, fully functioning and fully knowledgeable of the theory and principles of the specialized field of polygraph examination. You will use innovative approaches to develop solutions to complex counterintelligence problems within established policy.  You will work with assigned senior examiners to develop individual skills as a field examiner associated with conduct of counterintelligence polygraph examinations and mission planning.
  • You will report to the Credibility Assessment Operations Technical Team Lead and be accountable to the Polygraph Project Manager and Polygraph Project Lead. You are expected to represent the skillset and provide briefing of the capabilities of the Polygraph Project.




Minimum Qualifications


  • Bachelor's degree and 10+ years of relevant experience, or an advanced degree and 8+ years of relevant experience.
  • Graduate of the NCCA Psychophysiological Detection of Deception Program.
  • U.S. Citizenship


Preferred Qualifications


  • Assignment at this level requires a technical proficiency of the professional skills and principles associated with polygraph. You must be fully knowledgeable of all applicable polygraph methodologies including evaluation of polygraph charts (physiological data), test question construction, selection of test methodology, and effectiveness of post-test questioning. Four years or more experience in the counterintelligence polygraph field, including two years performing quality control reviews of polygraph examinations. General polygraph knowledge and expertise gained through subject areas such as law enforcement, counterintelligence investigations, pre-employment applicant screening, and/or polygraph testing.
  • You must be knowledgeable of current polygraph theory and principles; and associated aspects of human psychology and physiology. Proficient in determining employment of polygraph countermeasures and the use of appropriate measures to counter them. You must have strong interviewing and interrogation skills and demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.  You are expected to have self-motivation, possess good judgment and decision-making, planning, teaming, and problem-solving skills.
  • You need to be knowledgeable of the federal polygraph standards and able to interpret and apply standards to all federally recognized testing formats. Knowledgeable of the current federal test data analysis (TDA) criteria and able to independently and objectively implement TDA procedures. Within 6-12 months from the date of hire, you must be current with regards to the continuing education requirements of the Federal Polygraph Continuing Education Certification Program.
  • You must have already completed or have the ability to successfully complete a counterintelligence scope polygraph.  You must have the ability to obtain and maintain a DOE "Q" security clearance and other special accesses as required, and in a timely manner.  These criteria must be met to obtain a federal security clearance:
    • Successful Background Investigation: Applicants selected will be subject to a Federal background investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified matter in accordance 10 CFR 710, Appendix B.
    • Negative Drug Testing: All Security Clearance (L or Q) positions will be considered by the Department of Energy to be Testing Designated Positions, i.e., subject to applicant, random, and for cause drug testing. In addition, you must be able to demonstrate non-use of illegal drugs for the 12 consecutive months preceding completion of the requisite Questionnaire for National Security Positions (QNSP).
    • Note: Applicants will be considered ineligible for security clearance processing by the U.S. Department of Energy until non-use of illegal drugs for 12 consecutive months can be demonstrated. 
  • Preferred proficiency in the use of the Lafayette computerized polygraph instrument. Preferred proficiency in the use and routine troubleshooting of office electronic devices (MS Windows-based computers and applications, printers, copiers, etc.).




The NSA has posted a PG vacancy announcement on the NSA.GOV website, until 2/29.



  • · US Citizen
  • · Four year degree for an accredited college or university
  • · At least two years interviewing/investigation experience (no exceptions)
  • · In a position to attend and successfully complete NCCA in SC (14 weeks) and commit to four years as an examiner


If you are interested...apply at the NSA, send me your name so that I can have them pulled from website. 


My best email contact would be [email protected] - or you can call 410.854.6949 for my direct work number.