Salary: $41,730.00 - $65,234.00 per year
Final Filing Date: March 24, 2017
Incumbents perform duties to prepare and identify latent fingerprint evidence of subjects in cases and for testimony in trials presented by prosecution or defense attorneys.
This is a journey-level technical classification in the Police Services Series - Identification Group job family within the City of St. Louis. Incumbents perform a variety of moderately complex to complex duties. The distinguishing characteristics of this classification within the series include responsibility for conducting investigation of evidence.
Incumbents work under general supervision. While workers require some supervision in most assignments, they are free to develop their own work sequences within established procedures, methods and policies. They are generally subject to periodic supervisory checks.
This is an individual contributor class, meaning the incumbent is responsible for his/her own work including output, quality and timeliness. Incumbents may, however, explain work processes and train others, such as new employees, in the same or similar job title. The individual contributor may serve as a resource or guide by advising others on how to use processes within a system or as a member of a collaborative problem-solving team.
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Posted: March 8, 2017
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