Job Announcement – Operational Director of Toxicology Laboratory

If you are interested in this position, please visit the TASC website at and apply online.

The Agency

At TASC, we serve people who have cases in courts, corrections, and family service systems across Illinois — and we help people move beyond their involvement in these systems, rebuild their lives, and connect to positive supports in the community. When you work with TASC, you are part of a team committed to reducing people’s involvement with the justice system.

In this position, you will be part of TASC’s agency infrastructure working to advance our mission to build a healthier, safer, and more just society.

The Position

This position is responsible for the overall operation, quality and administration of the agency moderate complexity toxicology laboratories (Chicago and Rockford). This position works closely with and performs duties as deemed by the CLIA Laboratory Director. This position also serves as a liaison between the lab, clients and external stakeholders.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Coordinates and supervises the daily activities of the laboratories and testing personnel
  • Provides timely and accurate reporting of toxicology testing results
  • Maintains compliance with CLIA requirements
  • Establishes, monitors and  maintains laboratory Quality Assurance program
  • Troubleshoots and develops solutions for corrective actions
  • Provides training for personnel
  • Provides clinical and technical consultation when need
  • Responsible for and assists in the interpretation of test results. Refers to the CLIA Laboratory Director for any complicated interpretations


  • Bachelor’s degree in clinical laboratory/medical technology science or related field
  • At least five years of clinical laboratory experience
  • Medical technology accreditation or equivalent preferred
  • Meets the requirements for Technical Consultant for a Moderate Complexity Laboratory as outline by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1988
  • Ability to work with a diverse population
  • Ability to work flexible hours and travel as needed (evening/weekend hours)

If you are interested in this position, please visit the TASC website at and apply online.

Forensic Toxicologist or Trainee – Toxicology – Northern Laboratory – CF644

  •  Manassas, Virginia, United States
  •  Department of Forensic Science
  •  Applied Sciences and Natural Resources
  •  Full-Time (Salaried)
  •  Closing at: Apr 26 2023 at 23:55 EDT
  •  Department of Forensic Science

Title: Forensic Toxicologist or Trainee – Toxicology – Northern Laboratory – CF644

Hiring Range: $85,346 – $114,372

Pay Band: 6

Agency: Department of Forensic Science

Location: Northern Lab

Agency Website:

Job Duties

Ph.D. graduates or candidates with a projected award date no later than August 1, 2023 are encouraged to apply. See link for details.

The Virginia Department of Forensic Science is filling one position at the Northern and Western Laboratory. Positions for each Laboratory are posted separately, you must apply directly to each position that you would like to be considered for employment.

The Virginia Department of Forensic Science (DFS) is seeking a qualified Forensic Toxicologist to perform postmortem and human performance toxicology testing and provide testimony about the effects of alcohol and/or drugs on human performance and behavior in the Northern Laboratory, located in Manassas, Virginia. The candidate will independently analyze human fluids and tissues in postmortem, DUI/DUID and other criminal cases using chemical and instrumental methodologies, critically evaluate data, prepare Certificates of Analysis, and interpret and defend results in courts of law. Frequent travel, occasionally overnight, is required and employee will provide own transportation as required.

Apply here.

Miami Valley Regional Crime Laboratory

Forensic Toxicologist

The Miami Valley Regional Crime Laboratory (MVRCL) is located in Dayton, Ohio.  We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual for a full-time position in the Forensic Toxicology and Drug Chemistry Sections.  The MVRCL serves law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio and over 40 coroner’s offices in Ohio and Indiana.  The annual toxicology case load is about 4,000 cases.

The employee will be trained in the analysis of drugs in biological matrices using solid-phase extraction with subsequent analysis by GC/MS and LCMSMS. 

Additional duties include, but are not limited to, preparing accurate reports pertaining to analysis, providing testimony as an expert witness in a court of law, preparing solutions, and providing training when necessary.   The toxicologist is required to work with hazardous chemicals and lift moderate weights with other duties assigned as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications

  • A Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Science or a natural science from an accredited four-year college
  • 32 semester hours or 48 quarter hours of chemistry (organic, analytical, general, etc.)
  • Experience as a Forensic Toxicologist or Drug Chemist in an accredited lab
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Proficient with computers and software
  • Valid driver’s license and motor vehicle insurance

Desired Qualifications

  • A Master’s degree in forensic science or a natural science from an accredited school
  • Board certification as a forensic toxicologist
  • Experience as a Forensic Toxicologist in an accredited lab

Work Schedule

Monday through Friday, 8AM to 4PM The MVRCL currently offers fully trained employees the option to switch to a 32-hour work week while still being paid for a 40-hour week.  Remote work is also available on occasion.

Application Process

Complete and print the application found at

Mail the application along with a curriculum vitae and college transcript(s) to:

Matthew Juhascik (

Miami Valley Regional Crime Laboratory

361 W. Third St.

Dayton, OH 45402

Applicants are subject to a background check, fingerprints, and drug screen.   Applications will be accepted until April 10, 2023 with a rolling interview process.

The Department of Biological Sciences – Master of Science in Forensic Science program at Emporia State University seeks to fill a 9-month, full-time instructor or assistant/associate professor tenure-track position in forensic chemistry beginning August 2023.

The primary teaching/research emphasis for the position will be instrumental analysis and courses related to toxicology, drug identification, and/or fire debris analysis with the potential to develop courses related to the applicant’s area of specialty. Research with undergraduate and masters-level students is expected. Successful candidates will show potential for enthusiastic and outstanding teaching and scholarship.

Minimum requirements:

· A master’s degree in forensic science or Ph.D. in a related field is expected by the start date.

· Candidates with practitioner experience and the ability to maintain instrumentation such as LC-MS and GC-MS preferred. Apply here.

Forensic Fluids is hiring! Forensic Fluids has three open positions located in Kalamazoo, MI. All positions are on-site (no remote work).
Certifying Scientist, Mid-shift 

Forensic Fluids Laboratories exists to improve lives. This career opportunity supports this belief by providing accurate, quality, and timely processing of samples, and analysis, review and reporting of test results following LC/MS/MS confirmation standard operating procedures.

The person in this position will work from 2pm to 10pm, Monday-Friday, understands small business acumen and has previous work experience in a high throughput laboratory. You are able to both work as part of a cohesive team and be independently accountable for your work. You contribute and develop ideas for continuous process improvements. This position is ‘at the laboratory bench’ work.

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Position Title: Lab Technician – Hourly Differentials + Relocation Assistance Offered!  

Location: Horsham, PA 

Description: NMS Labs has developed an extensive menu of more than 2,500 tests to support clients in forensic, criminalistic, public health and clinical fields. For over 50 years, our clients have relied on NMS Labs for unique testing solutions that demonstrate our company core values of Quality, Integrity, Service, Innovation and Engagement. As we work to increase the company’s positive impact on public health and safety, we are seeking talented professionals to join us for the journey! NMS is seeking regular, full-time forensic/clinical lab technicians to work in our Routine, Esoteric, Metals, Screening and Alcohol departments. The incumbents will assist in preparing and analyzing biological specimens for drugs or other compounds. This role is entry level with immense support as new employees become acclimated to the role and there is great room for growth! In this role, selected candidates can expect to learn more about different testing methods, instrumentation, etc.  

-Interested individuals outside of the Horsham, PA vicinity will receive relocation assistance (if applicable)  

-Hourly differentials are also offered!  

For individuals with the desire to make a positive impact in our communities as well as expand their knowledge in the field of forensics, please follow the link below to apply! 

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