Career with DISA
– Formerly International Drug Detection is one of the South’s fastest growing Third Party Administrators (TPA) in the drug testing and prevention industry. We endeavor to offer the latest products, ideas, services, and solutions to meet our customers’ growing needs. Successful delivery takes a team of employees who share a commitment to DISA’s Mission, Vision, and Core Values.
If you are interested in a challenging career with a growing organization, DISA – Formerly International Drug Detection may be the place for you. We are looking for skilled staff who are interested in being a part of a high performing team to help us achieve the vision and transform the company in the coming decade.
DISA – Formerly International Drug Detection is culture centers on employee performance, which is the foundation of our success. However, our family atmosphere provides a caring and compassionate environment where employees can feel free to share with each other. This enables our staff to openly express ideas through collaboration to determine the best solution to issues that may arise.
DISA offers competitive compensation and benefits to its employees. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of religion, sex, national origin, race, veteran's status, disability, age, marital status, color or sexual orientation. We embrace and encourage our employees’ differences, and believe that differences make our employees unique. At DISA, diversity does not make us different, it makes us better!
If you are interested in joining our team, Browse the available positions to the right and to complete and submit a general employment application.
The Drug/Alcohol Technician’s primary responsibility is to conduct specimen/sample collections including urine, hair, oral fluids, and point of collection testing for drug screening, as well as alcohol breath testing. Serious candidates must be willing to perform all of these functions. Successful candidates are required to work varying schedules as determined by the Director of Operations. This position will also be scheduled to work on-call rotations including weekends and holidays.
The K-9 Handler’s primary responsibility is to work with, care for, and maintain a fleet of K-9s to perform drug and firearm detection services. This includes maintaining the kennels, ensuring the dogs’ needs are met, and participating in weekly training as scheduled by the Kennel Master. Handlers must be willing to work flexible schedules including weekends and holidays. K-9 Handlers are also trained to perform drug and alcohol collections. Serious candidates should have previous dog handling experience either in private security or law enforcement.
The Organizational Specialist provides expertise in areas such as accounts payable, invoice processing, training, records maintenance, expense management, and other organizational functions that are integral to the success of the company. The incumbent in this role is also called upon to serve as a conduit between departments to ensure alignment. The Organizational Specialist serves as an ambassador of the company and is often the first point of contact on behalf of IDD. Organizational Specialists are also trained to perform drug and alcohol collections.