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

 


I have a satellite office in North Ft. Myers I would like to put up for sale.
It's well established. It would be a turn key sale with all the equipment. Also I would work with the new owner to make sure it's a seamless transition. The new owner should be trained in PCSOT and Law Enforcement testing.
They can contact me at (727) 243-3760. I will also be attending the APA conference in Austin in August if interested. This is a great opportunity for an examiner Up north wanting to retire and still do some work in Sunny Florida.

Thanks,

Wade Moss

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Corrections currently has a opening for a Polygraph Examiner. If you are interested, click the link to start a career with Maryland Public Safety. 
 
State of Maryland, Recruitment #18-001450-0001 
Job Announcement: POLYGRAPH EXAMINER
or use the link 

 

 

 

 


 

The Phoenix Police Department is looking for a Polygraph Examiner to prepare, administer, and evaluate polygraph examinations for pre-employment screening of Police employees, intra-departmental investigations, and criminal cases.  Duties include performing routine maintenance on polygraph equipment, analyzing examination charts, and occasionally serving as an expert court witness.  Polygraph Examiners also conduct tests for other jurisdictions, including out-of-state law enforcement agencies and court stipulated cases.  Professional knowledge, previously attained techniques, polygraph skills and considerable good judgment must be exercised in all phases of examination and analysis.

 

 

 

Recruitment will remain open until filled.

 

 

 

$57,283 - $85,405 annually, depending upon qualifications. Comprehensive benefits package. Visit: Benefits Category 7

 

 

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Three years’ experience in public safety investigative work AND one year of experience administering polygraph examinations.

 

 

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS – Job requirements listed above, plus:

 

  • Three years’ experience administering polygraph examinations, preferably in law enforcement.
  • Bilingual in Spanish.
  • Graduation from an accredited polygraph school approved or recognized by the American Polygraph Association (APA) or the American Association of Police Polygraphists (AAPP).

 

 

 

Apply online by completing the required information and attaching your cover letter and resume at  https://www.phoenix.gov/hr/current-jobs/.

 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND OTHER REQUESTED MATERIAL, MUST BE IN ONE ATTACHMENT. 

 

 

 

  • For civilian positions, general factors for disqualification are listed at: Police Civilian Disqualifiers
  • For Other important information related to employment with the City of Phoenix, please visit: Additional Employment Information
  • Need assistance applying for this job?  Please contact our HR Connection Center at (602) 495-5700.

 

 


 

The Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is seeking NCCA certified Polygraph Examiners.  In this role you will become a member of the Credibility Assessment Division within the Office of Professional Responsibility and serve as an investigator, technical advisor and exam conductor.  You will prepare comprehensive and timely reports of the outcomes of polygraph examinations and foster harmonious working relationships with other federal, state, and local law enforcement, intelligence and/or trade communities. 

 

Qualified candidates are NCCA certified and have at least one year of experience preparing subjects for polygraph examinations in a law enforcement to include conducting interviews, examining records or evidence, observing suspects’ activities and investigating criminal activity.  Applications will be accepted 5/9/18 – 5/18/18.  Links to apply and other requirements may be found below. 

 

Qualified candidates are NCCA certified and have at least one year of experience preparing subjects for polygraph examinations in a law enforcement to include conducting interviews, examining records or evidence, observing suspects’ activities and investigating criminal activity.  Applications will be accepted 5/9/18 – 5/25/18.  Links to apply and other requirements may be found below. 

 

Relocation expenses will be authorized for selectees who are eligible under Federal Travel Regulations. 

 

Status Candidates (Current or former federal employees with competitive status, veterans and/or candidates with Special Appointment eligibility):

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/499122100

 

General Public:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/499118700

 

Additional information about CBP and our mission can be found at https://www.cbp.gov/.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Dynamis seeking examiner in the St. Louis, MO area

 

Dynamis is seeking a Polygraph Examiner to conduct and administer CI scope polygraph examinations and Expanded Scope Screening polygraph examinations to military, civilian, and contractor personnel in accordance with applicable policies, regulations, and operating instructions. The Polygraph Examiner will prepare, submit, and maintain clear comprehensive concise and accurate polygraph charts and test results according to Federal regulations; assist in execution of polygraph program in accordance with DoD and IC policies and regulations; assist in the education and briefing to the customer the polygraph program capabilities; make all necessary data entry of polygraph documentation as required by applicable regulations and  policies. The successful candidate must have and maintain Federal polygraph certification. Support will be provided on-site for an Intelligence Community customer in the St. Louis, MO area.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct polygraph examinations (counterintelligence scope polygraph (CSP) or expanded screening scope (ESS)) in accordance with National Credibility Center for Assessments (NCCA) standards.
  • Adhere to the Quality Control Examiner’s (QCE) guidance during a test.
  • Accurately document the results and admissions of each test.
  • Record and file the results in the Personnel Security file system of record.
  • Immediately after the exam, report any areas of concern to the Quality Control Examiner (QCE) and apply the guidance provided by the QCE.
  • Conduct a minimum of two CSP exams per eight hours of work scheduled or one ESS exam per eight hours of work scheduled, unless directed otherwise by the QCE.
  • Assist in execution of NGA’s polygraph program in accordance with DoD and IC policies and regulations.

Requirements:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • TS/SCI clearance
  • BA/BS or equivalent experience within related field (prior experience as a Polygraph Examiner preferred)
  • Minimum of 11 years of relevant experience (including previous DoD/IC experience)
  • Must have and maintain Federal polygraph certification
  • Demonstrated expertise conducting and administering CI scope polygraph examinations and Expanded Scope Screening polygraph examinations to military, civilian and contractor personnel in accordance with applicable policies, regulations, and operating instructions
  • Proven expertise preparing, submitting, and maintaining clear comprehensive concise and accurate polygraph charts and test results according to Federal regulations
  • Proficient at making the necessary data entry of polygraph documentation as required by applicable regulations and policies
  • Experience delivering the polygraph examination report in the format prescribed in a logically articulate fashion that accurately documents the results and admissions of each polygraph examination administered by the end of each day the exam was conducted
  • Excellent customer service skills and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Proven communication skills – verbal, written and listening
  • Excellent attention to detail skills
  • Able to work effectively according to a schedule and with minimal direction

 

The link to our careers page is here: http://dynamis.com/careers/current-openings/

 

David Childs

Manager, Recruiting

Dynamis, Inc.

Office: 571-384-2359

Cell: 856-261-7580 



DECO, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a Police Polygraph Instructor in Mexico. Requirements are as follows:

 

Job Requirements:

  • U.S. citizen 
  • 10 years of professional law enforcement experience and international police experience;
  • Demonstrated ability to improvise, adapt, and persevere in a fluid environment, and under challenging circumstances;
  • Instructors must have a training certification
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate with high-ranking government officials in diplomatic and/or law enforcement environments; 
  • Demonstrated experience in using management, interpersonal, and communications skills in a team environment, and professional law enforcement setting is preferred;
  • Foreign Language (at a minimum Spanish level of 4/4)
  • Past performance and experience as polygraphist while employed by a U.S. law enforcement agency at the federal, state, or local level.
  • Experienced in the topic of this course of instruction. Recognized or accredited as polygraphist by a recognized polygraph body such as the APA, the American Association of Police Polygraphist (AAPP), or by the U.S. Department of Defense.
  • Recognized or accredited as polygraph instructors by an accredited U.S. polygraph body such as the NCAA or the APA.
  • Training experience with foreign law enforcement agencies and/or foreign polygraphists.
  • Is preferred that the instructors have training experience with Mexican law enforcement agencies and/or Mexican polygraphists.

 

If interested, please email your resume/qualifications Stephanie Semanko at [email protected] 


The City of San Diego has a job opening for a Polygraph Examiner. The requirements for Levels I, II, and III for an Interview and Interrogation Specialist (Polygraph Examiner) are posted on the City's website. 

 


The City of Los Angeles is currently accepting applications for Polygraph Examiner. We would appreciate your sending this to student/alumni groups who may be interested.
 
The requirements to apply are:
  1. Graduation from an approved Polygraph school accredited by the American Polygraph Association or completion of a U.S. Government Polygraph Training Program; and
  2. Completion of 60 semester units or 90 quarter units in an accredited college or university.
 
Duties include: Polygraph Examiners administer polygraph examinations to police candidates, sworn and civilian employees seeking assignments to specialized units, and suspects or witnesses in criminal investigations using computerized polygraph instruments; and, as appropriate, interview and interrogate suspects, victims, witnesses and other persons involved in City related investigations; prepare written reports in order to document polygraph examination questions and results, and testify in court as an expert witness.
 
To apply please visit: 
For additional questions, please contact: (213) 473-9311.
 
DO NOT FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO ANY PUBLIC LISTERVS. 

 

 


 

The Polygraph Management Branch of the National Reconnaissance Office is recruiting former federal polygraph examiners to work as independent contractors in Northeast Texas, Northern Virginia, and Northern Colorado areas.  Current federal certification and experience conducting counterintelligence polygraph examinations are required.

If interested contact Michael Rhodes at (703) 488-4774 or [email protected].

 


US Government - NSA
"The job announcement for NSA Polygraph Examiner has been posted on the NSA.gov website.  Please keep in mind that candidates must have four years of investigative/interviewing experience for consideration as well as a four year degree from an accredited college or university.  If they lack the investigative experience, the entry level Counterintelligence Investigator position has also been posted on the website."

Also need to be US citizen with no Foreign National Relations in the immediate family)



The below is cut from the web page:

https://www.nsa.gov/psp/applyonline/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1

 


 

eSTS

Title:                       Polygraph Instructor (NCCA)

Location:            Fort Jackson, South Carolina

SUMMARY:

Works independently providing the National Center for Credibility Assessments (NCCA) Credibility Assessment (CA) mission capabilities in Psychophysiological Detection of Deception (PDD) Instruction, Continuing Education (CE) instruction, Quality Assurance Program (QAP) Support and CA Research and Development at Fort Jackson, South Carolina

 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Be a graduate of NCCA or an NCCA predecessor school (e.g. CIA Polygraph School, Army Polygraph School, DoD Polygraph Institute, Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment).
  • Five (5) years of experience as a federally certified polygraph examiner.
  • Federally certified within the past three (3) years.
  • Maintain federal certification throughout the period of performance.
  • Currently possess an active TS w/Poly Security Clearance

 

Click here for more info.  http://estsi.com/jobs/polygraph-instructorsubject-matter-expert-ncca/   or Contact our HR Department:

 Antonio D. Jones

Human Resources Manager/FSO

eScience & Technology Solutions, Inc.

(w)301-429-0005 x105

(c) 804-895-2207

(Fax) 301-429-0010

[email protected]

www.estsi.com


 

Lie Detectors UK the UKs largest independent lie detection company
invites applications for the position of:


Polygraph Examiner

Salary: 1.000 – 1.500 GBP Monthly

Minimum requirements:

 

-       Graduate from an approved APA polygraph academy

-       Work permit for the UK

-       Minimum of 200 examinations

-       Knowledge in security policy & procedures

-       Proficient in briefing and oral presentation

-       Proficient in non-technical writing

-       Experience with interviewing individuals on security suitability issues

-       Graduate from an approved APA polygraph academy

-       Minimum two years of investigative experience and/or federal security work roles

Valid driving license and own car

As polygraph examiners work in a potentially confrontational environment on a daily basis, and must have excellent interpersonal and representational skills, and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.

Apply online by email to [email protected]
For more information and to apply please visit www.liedetectors-uk.com or www.liedetectortest.guru


Kind Regards
Jason Hubble
Lie Detectors UK
117a St Johns Hill
Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 3PE

United Kingdom.

 

 


 

 
Capital Center for Credibility Assessment



The Capital Center for Credibility Assessment Corporation (C3A) is recruiting Federally Trained Polygraph Examiners to conduct polygraph examinations for the U.S. Government as Contractors with C3A.

C3A was awarded a five year contract with a large Federal Agency and is currently conducting LEPET examinations in CA, AZ, NM, and TX. Just recently, C3A was the sole awardee of a task order to conduct polygraph examinations within a 400 mile radius in NY and NJ. C3A was awarded this contract due to our ability to provide the desired services within the specified time lines.

C3A is also recruiting Federally Trained Polygraph Examiners to conduct contract polygraph examinations for the Department of Defense. If C3A is awarded a of this contact the contract examiners would be expected to run TES examinations at the following locations: Baltimore, MD, Virginia Beach, VA, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, San Diego, FL, and Pearl Harbor.


C3A is Owned and Managed by Federally Trained Polygraph Examiners who have managed large Federal Polygraph Programs and have been in the Federal Polygraph Community for over 30 years. See our website at C3Acorp.com for more information about us.

 

Come work with people who KNOW WHAT YOU DO and DO WHAT YOU DO.

 

Please contact us at:

[email protected]

[email protected]