Salary: $15.92 Hourly
Final Filing Date: January 20, 2017
Performs difficult technical work in the processing/investigation of crime scenes including, searching for, collection and preservation of criminal evidence; forensic photography of the crime scene, sketching and mapping the crime scene; detailed and accurate note taking, chemical and non-chemical processes for fingerprints, footwear impressions, biological/DNA evidence and presumptive blood testing. Scene processing may also involve detailed documentation of bloodstain patterns and shooting incidents. Performs laboratory processing and documentation of evidence for fingerprints, biological/DNA evidence, hairs and fibers, and other evidence relating to the crime being investigated. Completes detailed and accurate reports and testifies in courts of law. Testify in court. Work requires the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.
Requirements: Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:Experience:
Per General Statute – "A conviction of a crime or unlawful act defined as a Class B misdemeanor renders an applicant or certified DCIN user ineligible to become certified as a DCIN user when such conviction is within 10 years of the application date of request for DCIN certification. A conviction of a felony or two or more Class B misdemeanors regardless of the date of conviction renders an applicant or certified DCIN user permanently ineligible to hold such certification.SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
From the time of closing the hiring process is anticipated to last 4-6 weeks. The process will consist of a panel interview with successful candidate being subject to a pre-employment drug screen, a background investigation, driving history check and polygraph to be conducted by the Police Department.
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Posted: January 9, 2017
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