Accident Reconstruction Specialist
Career opportunities in Forensic science
Earnings and Job Outlook
additional hours and on the weekends when needed to complete task and meet deadlines.
Other opportunities and duties: Developing new methodologies and techniques for examining evidence, develop training programs, teach training workshops, and keep up with current research and technology.
Training: Might include attending different workshops.
Employment prospect: Good
Advancement prospect: Bad
Average salary: $38.04 - $46.77 Hourly;
$3,043.20 - $3,741.60 Biweekly;
$6,593.60 - $8,106.80 Monthly;
$79,123.20 - $97,281.60 Annually
Salary range: $27,000 to $121,000
GPSTC (Georgia Public Safety Training Center): http://www.gpstc.org/career-development/certifications-for-police-officers/traffic-accident-reconstruction-specialist-certification/
A&M University, Texas: https://www.tamu.edu
University of North Florida (IPTM): http://www.iptm.org
Northwestern University (Traffic Institute): http://sps.northwestern.edu/program-areas/public-safety/
University of California, Riverside (Traffic Accident Institute): http://www.ucr.edu
Current and past involvement in SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers): https://www.sae.org
Susan Echaore-McDavid and Richard A. McDavid "Career Opportunities in Forensic Science"