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]

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Current Opportunities



From March 4, 2023 to June 1, 2023


Baseline Associates, a Denver, Colorado polygraph exam firm is looking for part time examiners to conduct public safety pre-employment polygraph exams at our location in the Denver area. 


Examiners must have graduated from an APA accredited polygraph school, be members in good standing with APA and able to pass a background check.  Experience is preferred, but is not required as we have an in-house training program.  Examiners must have their own polygraph equipment and it is preferred that you live in the Denver, CO area. 


Hours will vary based on current hiring needs of our agency customers and the examiner will be a 1099 independent contractor with no employment benefits.  Examiners will conduct pre-employment polygraph exams and complete and submit a report for each exam. 


Pay will vary based on contracts with customer agencies, but examiners typically make between $180 to $210 a day.  


If interested, contact Greg at [email protected]



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This is the link to the webpage for the job announcement. If you are agreeable, we could just put that page up as an ad. Here is the link: KACE-USPIS Full-Time Poly



About KACE:

When you make the decision to join KACE, you are choosing to work alongside talented professionals that have one thing in common; the passion to make a difference!

KACE employees bring their diverse talents and experiences to work on critical projects that help shape the nation’s safety, security, and quality of life. The desire to have a career that is purposeful and forward thinking is woven into every KACE employee…it’s The KACE Way.

KACE employees are; purpose driven, forward focused, open-minded, trustworthy and invested.

The KACE Way is our commitment to our employees, to our customers, and to our communities.

Join KACE and make a difference!

About the Role

The USPIS Career Development Unit is responsible for the management of the Polygraph Unit for the Postal Inspector Applicant/Pre-Employment examinations and field criminal investigation examinations. The Polygraph Unit is responsible for conducting criminal examinations in the field, as well as Pre-Employment examinations at CDU and in field locations as needed.

What you will do:

Support the USPIS Assessment Center by running Pre-Employment Examinations as needed
Contract Polygraph Examiners will only be tasked with conducting Pre-Employment Exams – (Law Enforcement Pre-Employment Test) Suitability Phase only
Must be willing to travel to Potomac, MD for Assessment Centers
Review and analyze applicant and exam information; develop/construct appropriate test questions in accordance with the National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA) and USPIS guidelines; administer the exam and evaluate test results.
Conduct appropriate post-test interviews/interrogations to resolve issues within program guidelines.
Prepare all post exam reports supporting exam results and submit them to Quality Control (QC) personnel in a designated timely fashion
Upload all exam information and allied documents into the USPIS Polygraph Examiner System in a designated timely fashion.
Ensure all serious criminal offenses are brought to the attention of QC for further dissemination as deemed appropriate
Adhere to the advice and guidance of QC; administer additional testing if and/or when advised by QC personnel.
Minimum Qualifications & Skills:

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university; graduate of the NCCA or equivalent federal precursor program and have conducted at least 500 Criminal and Pre-Employment exams, and 10 years of Polygraph experience. Experience conducting LEPET examinations is highly desirable.
Graduation from the National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA) PDD program or an equivalent federal precursor program.
Must have completed at least 500 Criminal and Pre-Employment exams, and 10 years of Polygraph experience.
Must be current on all Continuing Education (CE) credits and maintain CE hours in accordance with NCCA guidelines.
Experience with Lafayette Instruments polygraph equipment and operating systems.
Ability to travel to Potomac, MD for Assessment Centers
We Offer…

Knowledgeable, encouraging and present leadership
A diverse and community-minded organization
Career growth and learning opportunities for aspiring minds
The KACE Company, LLC is a federal contractor. The health and safety of our employees, partners, and customers is our priority. We have implemented workplace safety protocols and constantly monitor the evolving situation to adjust our COVID-19 response as needed. Additionally, as a federal contractor, we have policies from certain customers that require personnel working onsite to be fully vaccinated or regularly provide negative COVID-19 test results.

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