Salary: $48,075.66 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
This recruitment will be used to establish an 18-month state-wide eligibility list to fill current and future vacancies.
Utilizes chemical, microscopic, chromatographic, and comparative techniques and instrumentation to examine, identify and evaluate physical evidence which may include: controlled dangerous substances; blood, urine, and other biological specimens; firearms; questioned documents; latent prints; trace evidence; and other items of evidentiary value. Prepares technical reports; provides expert testimony in court; provides technical advice and guidance to and trains other forensic scientists; and performs related tasks as required. Supervision is received from a Supervising Forensic Scientist. This may be a competitive or a progressive classification.
Progression to this classification may be attained after one (1) year of Standard performance as an Associate Forensic Scientist with the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Progression to the next classification in the Forensic Scientist series requires an overall performance rating of at least "Standard" in the last 12 months.Knowledge of:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: January 9, 2017
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