Polygraph Careers & Announcements
Employment Opportunity in Mexico - Polygraph Examiner
Requested: Polygraph Advisors (2) - Mexico City
PAE seeks Polygraph Advisors to serve under the Merida initiative, in support of Department of State (DoS) and other agencies in the professionalization of the Mexican Penitentiary System at the federal, state and municipal/local levels and assist the Government of Mexico (GOM) in significantly reducing the levels of violence in the local, state and federal correctional facilities. The position will be based in Mexico City.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop and provide a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for conducting polygraph examinations in the Mexican Law enforcement community.
- Instruction in polygraph procedures and best practices to Government of Mexico (GOM) polygraph examiners.
- Assist GOM agencies in assessing their current programs.
- Provide technical advice to polygraph programs on equipment procurement and case management systems.
- Coordinate the attendance of Mexican polygraph examiners at training events and seminars.
Qualification of Polygraph Examiners:
- US Citizen
- Ability to possess/maintain Secret Security Clearance
- Fluent or native Spanish speaker (FSI 3/3 proficiency or equivalent rating)
- Graduated from a Polygraph program at a school accredited by the American Polygraph Association (APA).
- At least five (5) years as a polygraph examiner in the United States, with a demonstrated track record of accomplishment, preferably with a law enforcement entity.
- At least three (3) years law enforcement experience as a polygraph examiner at an APA accredited school, with a demonstrated track record of accomplishment.
- It is preferred that the individual have at least two (2) years' experience as polygraph trainer at an APA accredited school.
- Ability to be medically cleared to perform on contract.
How to Apply:
Please submit copies of most up to date resume to Sanait.firstname.lastname@example.org with three to four professional
references, only finalist will be contacted.
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EPPA 2011 PA Case
An employee/manager for Appellee Schwan's Home Service, David Cauvel refused to submit to a polygraph test concerning recurring company thefts. Schwan's subsequently alleged violations of corporate policy resulting in property loss, and terminated Cauvel's employment.
Cauvel appeals the District Court's grant of summary judgment in favor of Schwan's on his wrongful termination claim under the Pennsylvania anti-polygraph statute, 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 7321.1 Specifically, he challenges the Court's conclusion that there was no genuine issue of material fact as to whether Schwan's required Cauvel to take the polygraph test or removed him from his position because he refused to do so. For the reasons that follow, we reverse and remand for further proceedings: