Careers and Employment Opportunities

 


 

Ruiz Protective Service, Inc. has been awarded a five year contract to conduct polygraph examinations throughout the southwestern United States. 

 Requirements:

 

1.     NCCA Certification

2.     Available to work in Texas (Dallas, El Paso, Austin or Houston), California (Los Angeles or San Diego), Arizona (Phoenix) and possibly Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

Benefits:

 

1.     Very generous pay per examination.

2.     Examiners will be paid immediately upon government accepting their work as acceptable. 

3.     Substantial support by company to minimize the examiners’ work burden. 

-RPS will schedule all examinations

-RPS will perform most of the clerical duties often conducted by the examiners at other companies.

4.     Flexible work schedule designed to accommodate your availability.  Some examiners may choose to work only a few days and other may choose to work substantially longer periods that may eventually lead to full time positions.

5.     If you are located out of town RPS will handle all your travel arrangements.

6.     RPS will not require you to sign an exclusive agreement prohibiting you from working for other competing companies. 

 

For immediate consideration submit your resume, contact information and NCCA Certificates to hector@ruizservices.com or contact:

 

Hector Ruiz

 469-682-9247

 

hector@ruizservices.com 

 


 

FedSys is seeking Polygraph Examiners with Part-Time or Full-Time availability for contract work starting September 2014 and going through June 2015. Please apply online at www.fedsys.com or email abianco@fedsys.com if you have questions before applying.

Location of Work: Houston, TX and/or San Diego, CA

Requirements Include (but are not limited to): 

·         At least two (2) years as a polygraph examiner in the US 

·         Experience as a polygraph examiner with a law enforcement entity is preferred  

·         Conducted a minimum of 200 polygraph examinations 

·         Continuous biannual completions of 80 hours of continuing education 

·         Certified Polygraph Examiner with the National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA) 

·         Certification from NCCA is required for the duration of employment

This job description is intended to convey information essential to understanding the scope of the position and is not an exhaustive list of skills, efforts, duties, responsibilities or working conditions associated with it. 

  

FedSys, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other criteria the consideration of which is made impermissible by applicable law

Anna Bianco 

Senior Recruiting Manager

11781 Lee Jackson Memorial Hwy.

Suite 270

Fairfax, VA, 22033

Direct Line: 571-303-1810

Mobile: 703-622-1705

 

Fax:  703-413-0586

 

 


 

 

BlueLaw International Seeks Federal Polygraph Examiners 

In support of its five-year government contract, BlueLaw International seeks qualified federal polygraph examiners to conduct LEPET exams in the Southern Border States. Over a five- year period, estimated work on this contract is as many as 5,000 – 7,000 exams annually. To meet this requirement, BlueLaw anticipates hiring an additional 50 examiners over the next year. All examiners are required to go through a background investigation and participate in an eight-day training/internship on the LEPET exam prior to conducting exams. Initially all positions will be part-time, however, BlueLaw anticipates offering an option to transition to full-time based on excellent performance. Level of effort is flexible based on examiner preference. BlueLaw will schedule all exams and provide all equipment. All exams will be conducted at BlueLaw facilities. Qualified examiners anticipating availability to work between now and September 2015 should apply.

Immediate Recruiting Needs 

BlueLaw is currently seeking examiners able to start as early as Oct 1st, 2014 with availability to work between Oct 1st and Dec 31st. Exams will take place in Houston, TX and/or San Diego, CA. Travel stipend available for those not local to these areas.

Minimum Qualifications 

·         US Citizen  

·         Federal Polygraph Examiner certified with NCCA 

·         Conducted a minimum of 200 polygraph examinations 

·         Two years of experience as a polygraph examiner 

·         Current on NCCA certification including completion of 80 hours of continuing education every two years  

How to Apply 

Recruitment is ongoing. Please submit your resume and NCCA certificate to kogamba@bluelawinternational.com.

 

Thanks!

 

Kristy Ogamba 

Manager | BlueLaw International 

Mobile: 202-341-6970 

kogamba@bluelawinternational.com

 

BlueLaw International 

302 Hickman Road, Suite 201 

Charlottesville, Virginia  22911 

Office: (434) 322-0219 

www.bluelawinternational.com

 

 


 

StellarPeak Corporation seeks examiner

StellarPeak Corp. is a Veteran Owned Small Business located in McLean, VA.  The company provides government services to the IC and DOD in the areas of Security, Systems Engineering, Intelligence Analysis, Language, and Training.   The company’s VP of Programs, Robert Grimsland, is former senior government polygraph and security official.  The company is currently recruiting for federally certified polygraph examiners for a proposal effort for the US Government.  You can read more about the company at www.stellarpeak.com.

PositionPolygraph Examiner

Type:   Full-Time

LocationWMA and/or CONUS

Clearance Required:   TS/SCI eligible with CI-scope poly.

Description:  Position is contingent on contract award.  Position supports an IC organization’s Personnel Security and CI Program.  Duties involve conducting initial and reinvestigation polygraph screening examinations, with occasional specific issue examinations, on applicants and industrial contractors at various locales within the US.

Requirements:

 

  • ·        Education:  Bachelor’s degree
  • ·        Graduate of the National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCAA) or predecessor organization
  • ·        4-8 years of prior federal polygraph examiner experience
  • ·        DOD polygraph  certification  within the past few years
  • ·        Well versed in various polygraph examination formats to include screening and specific issue
  • ·        Knowledgeable of foreign intelligence , counterintelligence, counterterrorism, and law enforcement techniques
  • ·        Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to establish rapport with applicant and industrial candidates
  • ·        Strong elicitation skills in order to develop relevant personnel security and CI related information during examinations.
  • ·        Strong written and oral  communication skills

 

 

 

 

Equal Employment:  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin

 

PLEASE SEND RESUMES OR INQUIRIES TO:     robert.grimsland@stellarpeak.com


West Coast Polygraph Examiner Opportunity

E-merging Technologies Group, Inc.’s (ETG’s) Government Services Business Unit is seeking Polygraph Examiners in the San Francisco Bay Area to conduct pre-employment examinations in support of various law enforcement and public safety agencies.   No travel is currently required and multiple positions are available.   Testing will be conducted at ETG’s West Coast Polygraph Testing Facility in Redwood City, California  which is one of the most advanced polygraph testing centers in the State of California.

Successful candidates will screen police, fire and public safety applicants using the Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test (LEPET) technique or similar formats.  Examiners must be able to adapt to 100% real-time QC reviews and standard operating procedures that are based upon federal requirements and guidelines.  Examiners will work as 1099 employees and will be paid per session.

CRITERIA: Candidates must have prior experience administering polygraph examinations for law enforcement or public safety applicants.   The examiner must be a member of the American Polygraph Association, the American Association of Police Polygraphists or the National Polygraph Association.   The examiner must possess experience using computerized polygraph instrumentation and software, preferably Lafayette Instrument Company products.

Examiners must undergo a comprehensive criminal records check and must complete a familiarization and evaluation process before conducting examinations.    

 If you are interested in these positions contact 

ETG Recruiting Services at: recruiting@etg1.com 

 

 For more information regarding ETG, visit our website at www.etg1.com.

 

We would prefer that all examiners apply to these positions by 1 September, 2014


Federally Qualified Polygraph Examiners 

Top Secret/SCI Clearance

 

LOCATION: Washington, DC Metropolitan Area (Reston, VA; Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Hanover, MD) Travel: Some travel may be required

 

START DATE: Immediate (prefer to have candidates apply by 1 September, 2014)

 

DESCRIPTION: E-merging Technologies Group, Inc. is seeking Federal Polygraph  

Examiners to work in support of several government agencies. All work is in the  

Washington, DC metropolitan area (Reston, VA; Norfolk VA; San Diego, CA; and Hanover, MD). 

 

 No deployments are involved. Multiple positions are available. Examiners will be 

 Independent Consultants and will be paid a standard per session rate.

 

CRITERIA: Candidates MUST be NCCA graduates and federally certified polygraph examiners with a MINIMUM of three 3 years recent experience conducting CI scope screening, specific issue, criminal or expanded-scope polygraph tests. Must meet  

NCCA defined continuing education (CE) standards before beginning work or provide 

 NCCA approved plan to satisfy federal certification requirements. Candidates must be a federally certified or formerly certified and accredited examiner under Federal  

Polygraph Standards 5210.48 and be familiar with DoD Personnel Security regulations 5200.2R and polygraph regulations, e.g. DoD Directive 5210.48R. Must have effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interview and elicitation skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

 

SECURITY CLEARANCE: Must hold an active Top Secret/SCI security clearance  

(SCI has to be within 24 month scope).

If you are interested in these positions please e-mail resume to ETG Recruiting Services at: recruiting@ETG1.com.

 

 

For more information regarding E-merging Technologies Group, visit our website at www.etg1.com. 

We would prefer that all examiners apply to these positions by 1 September, 2014


East Coast Polygraph Examiner Opportunity 

E-merging Technologies Group, Inc.’s (ETG’s) Government Services Business Unit is seeking Polygraph Examiners in the Washington, DC metropolitan area to conduct pre-employment examinations in support of various law enforcement and public safety agencies.   No travel is required and multiple positions are available.   Testing will be conducted at ETG’s East Coast Polygraph Testing Facility in Reston, Virginia which is one of the most advanced polygraph testing and Quality Control (QC) centers in the United States.

Successful candidates will screen police, fire and public safety applicants using the Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test (LEPET) technique or similar formats.  Examiners must be able to adapt to 100% real-time QC reviews and standard operating procedures that are based upon federal requirements and guidelines.  Examiners will work as 1099 employees and will be paid per session.

CRITERIA: Candidates must have a minimum of five (5) years of experience administering polygraph examinations and two (2) years of experience administering LEPET type polygraph examinations.  A valid polygraph license through the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation is required.    The examiner must be a full member of the American Polygraph Association or the American Association of Police Polygraphists or, in lieu of either of these memberships, must be a graduate of the National Center for Credibility Assessment.   The examiner must possess experience using computerized polygraph instrumentation and software, preferably Lafayette Instrument Company products.

Examiners must undergo a comprehensive criminal records check and must complete a familiarization and evaluation process before conducting examinations.    

 If you are interested in these positions contact  ETG Recruiting Services at: recruiting@etg1.com.

 

For more information regarding ETG, visit our website at www.etg1.com. 

 

 

We would prefer that all examiners apply to these positions by 1 September, 2014 


 




 

 

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