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Employment Opportunity


Crime Scene Analyst

Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, Forensic Services Bureau, Sarasota, Florida

Salary: Starting minimum/maximum salary: $33,428 - $39,650 (determined by prior related experience). Long-term salary cap: $55,785.

Final Filing Date: January 23, 2017

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Duties:

There is an opening for a Crime Scene Analyst in the Forensic Services Bureau. The Crime Scene Analyst would perform a variety of duties to include collection, preservation and evaluation of biologic items of evidence or potential evidence; collect and preserve prints and impressions of or from various sources; collect and preserve other evidence and property. The position will examine crime scenes, document and photograph, when applicable, conduct tests in various settings (lab/field), generate case books, coordinate with crime lab(s) and prepare and submit investigative reports. The Crime Scene Analyst will demonstrate competence in all aspects of the duties, including testimony at trials, in order to sustain the integrity and professionalism of the agency.

Requirements:

  • 1-2 years related experience (education may be substituted).
  • Some college level science education preferred.
  • Demonstrate adequate skills with regard to evidence collection and handling techniques.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both verbal and written, demonstrating awareness for human diversity to citizens and colleagues.
  • Inductive/deductive reasoning ability.

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How to apply: Employment forms

Posted: January 9, 2017



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