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Forensic Scientist, Forensic Chemistry & Physics Laboratory

Agency: Health Sciences Authority
Job no.: 532181
Work type: Permanent/Contract
Location: Singapore
Categories:Healthcare, Investigation, Others, Sciences (e.g. life sciences, bio-technology etc.)

At the Health Sciences Authority (HSA), we recognise the enormous challenge posed today by the biomedical sciences and the blurring of boundaries between healthcare products resulting from increasing convergence in the application of medical technology. It is right here in HSA, where we are uniquely equipped to meet this challenge. A statutory board formed on 1 April 2001, we play a vital role in supporting healthcare services and regulation, serving the administration of justice and enhancing safety in our community. We are responsible for the quality, safety and efficacy of medicines, medical devices, blood and its products and all health-related products available in Singapore. We provide a comprehensive regulatory service for the evaluation and marketing approval of all therapeutic products. We also provide scientific, investigative and analytical support for vital governmental functions such as forensic expertise for the courts, drug and criminal investigations and the regulation of food safety and industrial and environmental health.


To provide quality and efficient forensic science services through analysis and examination of exhibits/samples, court testimony, consultation services and development of new services with the objective of service law enforcement and medico-legal investigations in the administration of justice.


  • A Degree in Chemistry, Physics or related field.
  • Highly motivated with a strong desire to protect public health and safety.
  • Dynamic individual, able to work independently, have a good sense of team spirit.
  • Excellent written and spoken English, good oral presentation skills.
  • Meticulous personality.
  • Able to identify patterns.
  • Prior experience with light microscopy.
  • Experience with image processing with MATLAB or R is a plus.

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