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Team Member Opportunities

We are always seeking committed and talented individuals to join our network of Team Members. We accept Team Member applications for all specialty areas. Please refer to the Become a Team Member page for full details on eligibility and to fill out the questionnaire and application.

At this time, we are working to fill specific Team Member roles in the following areas:

Accounting - Responsible for tracking expenditures in multiple currencies, compiling expense reports, Microsoft Excel use, handling cash, accounts payable and receivable tasks.

Administration - Responsible for ordering and purchasing supplies, typing, filing, answering phones, arranging appointments, data entry, records management, translation and information technology functions.

Anthropologist - Responsible for the recovery of human remains, examinations and identifications, collection of DNA reference samples, working with other forensic specialists and managing fragmented remains.

Archaeologist - Responsible for planning and conducting field recoveries of human remains from individual or mass burials, accidents or incidents. Includes surveying and controlling excavation and eventually analysing data collected alongside other scientific specialists.

Autopsy Specialists - Responsible for assisting pathologists; working alongside other forensic specialists and funeral directors with intact or fragmented human remains, conducting checks of and accounting for fragmented human remains.

Child Care - Provide childcare support to survivors and bereaved in Family Assistance Centres.

Data Management - Responsible for database development, creating and maintaining hard copy files, transcribing as required, general clerical and admin duties as necessary.

Dental Assistants - Responsible for assisting in forensic odontology examinations and assisting in the dental charting of deceased.

Embalmer - Responsible for embalming of intact or fragmented human remains, as well as completion of required documents for the repatriation and final disposition of deceased. May also work with personal effects.

Event Planner/Memorial Director - Responsible for planning large-scale private or public memorials for mass fatality events. May work with different private and public stakeholders, as well as diverse religions and cultures.

Fingerprint Specialist - Responsible for the collection, examination and identification of deceased through fingerprint comparisons.

Forensic Coordinator - Responsible for scientific side of morgue operations. Must meet licensing requirements of their specific forensic skill set.

Forensic Odontologists - Responsible for forensic odontology examinations of deceased in the post mortem process and the charting and comparing of ante mortem and post mortem records within the information management process.

Forensic Pathologist - Responsible for ensuring appropriate post mortem medical examinations are conducted on all relevant deceased.

Forensic Photographer - Responsible for photographically recording evidence within the incident scene and mortuary, including photographing human remains.

Forensic Radiographer - Responsible for conducting body and dentition radiographs of deceased.

Funeral Director - Responsible for meeting/working with families, authorities and other funeral directors to gather families’ wishes for disposition; completing documents; and overseeing repatriations, internments or cremations. May also work with personal effects.

Incident Management Centre Staff - Responsible for staffing Kenyon or Client operations centres, coordinating and overseeing the actions of administrative, logistical and accounting operations between various field and office locations.

Information Technology - Responsible for the provision of information technology support to the incident site, and Crisis Management Centre.

Logistics - Responsible for ordering/securing supplies, international shipping, storage and distribution. May include transportation of team members and family members.

Mental Health - Responsible for the provision of mental health support to survivors, family members, Kenyon Team Members and support staff.

Personal Effects Processing - Responsible for the coordination and recording of personal effects located on the deceased or collected from the incident site.

Physician Assistant/Nurse/Medic - Responsible for providing urgent medical care to Kenyon team operating in a field or severe conditions.

Records Management - Responsible for the efficient and effective receipt, organisation, storage and retrieval of information and data.

Search & Recovery - Responsible for searching, recording, accounting for and transporting of human remains and personal effects from various incident sites, which could include technical recoveries.

Special Assistance - Provide practical support at survivors' and bereaved families’ homes, Family Assistance Centre and hospitals. May include assisting in the collection of ante mortem information and familial DNA references.

Translator - Responsible for reading, writing and conversational translation with family members, Team Members and government officials.

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