This position is responsible for managing a case load of unidentified children within the Forensic Services Unit (FSU) and providing strategic and comprehensive analytical support, coordination and application of forensic resources, and investigative strategies to law enforcement and forensic professionals. The position will also participate and contribute to a multidisciplinary team working on missing and unidentified children case work.
The Forensic Case Manager will also be responsible for providing strategic and comprehensive support to Missing Children Division Case Managers and law enforcement on missing child cases in efforts to facilitate and apply biometric and forensic resources assuring the most complete and thorough investigative response has been offered.
Position is also responsible for documenting all work activity in comprehensive reports and supplemental team documents for review and quality assurance. Position will also collaborate and participate in multidiscipline working groups with NCMEC staff, law enforcement, forensic professionals, and external lab partners making strategic recommendations, provide technical assistance, facilitate the application of forensic resources, develop and implement program objectives.
In addition, this position will be supporting the mission of NCMEC at the direction of the Executive Director of Special Programs and the Vice President of the Missing Children Division (MCD).
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- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Forensic Science, Forensic Pathology ,Forensic Psychology, Criminal Justice or related field.
- Minimum of five (5) years of experience in death investigations, law enforcement, or related fields.
- Extensive experience in the area of violent crimes against persons, missing children, homicide, medico-legal death investigations, crime scene experience, and cold case investigations is highly preferred.
- Must not have undergone any disciplinary or corrective actions for a period any less than one year.
- Must have maintained an acceptable time and attendance record for a period of no less than one year.
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