Criminal Justice Jobs in San Diego, California

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3 San Diego, CA Criminal Justice jobs found on Monster.

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Overall Purpose: Responsible for providing oversight and guidance to company management regarding security practices and procedures. Key Roles and Responsibilities: Typical areas of responsibility include conducting digital forensic investigations with a working knowledge of Encase Enterprise, FTK and common operating systems. Facilitate and support the investigation of computer crimes, incident r...
Description: Position Description: UnitedHealth Group is working to create the health care system of tomorrow and you can help. Already Fortune 17, we are totally focused on innovation and change. We work a little harder. We aim a little higher. We expect more from ourselves and each other. And at the end of the day, we're doing a lot of good. Through our family of businesses and a lot of inspired...
*TO APPLY, PLEASE SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION AT: http://www.edjoin.org/viewPosting.aspx?postingID=588694 Starting Salary: $45,091.07 - 49,715.44 + Benefits Full Time, 12 Months SEE JOB DESCRIPTION BELOW: DEL MAR UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT CLASS TITLE:Network Systems Technician BASICFUNCTION: Under the direction of the Director of Technology, coordinatetheimplementation andmaintenanceofoperationssuppo...
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Criminal Investigator

Salaries

$31,176.00 - $125,000.00
Typical Salary for Criminal Investigator in San Diego
(97 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
46.9%
Some College Coursework Completed
18.5%
Associates
16%
Master's
11.1%
High School
4.9%
Professional
2.5%
(81 Respondents)
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