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Sample Forensic Science Technician Resume






A forensic science technician resume focuses on the job hunter's experience providing the most current and in-depth work. It is essential for forensic science technician resumes to include this information if the job seeker hopes to get hired.


Robert Job-Hunter
10 Victory Street
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
rjobhunter@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Forensic Science Technician

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Professional and experienced in forensic science; good communication and organizational skills; an eye for detail; dependable and reliable

EXPERIENCE

Forensic Science Technician, 2000 to present:

Peterson Forensic Science Consultants, Any City, USA.

Duties included examining, testing, and analyzing tissue samples, chemical substances, and physical materials using specialized equipment; collecting and preserving criminal evidence used to solve cases, and reconstructing crime scenes to determine relationships among the pieces of evidence, and testifying as an expert witness in trials and court hearings.

Apprentice Forensic Science Technician, 1998-2000:

Peterson Forensic Science Consultants, Any City, USA.

Learned on-the-job by working with technicians to interpret laboratory findings and testing results to classify substances, materials and other evidence collected at crime scenes.

EDUCATION

A.A., Forensic Science, 1997
Big City Community College, Big City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Forensic Science Professionals

New Member Award, 2006

NOTE: Create a forensic science technician resume of about two pages, containing enough information to show the employer what you have to offer. You can use this brief example to write a forensic science technician resume that perfectly suits your background and work experience.