Salary: $54,079.94 - $79,921.09 Annually
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under general supervision, employee is responsible for processing, investigating and reconstructing events at crime scenes; including the documentation, collection and preservation of evidence. Work involves scene and laboratory examination of physical evidence, frequent interactions with investigators, providing a variety of reports and statistics, preparing court exhibits, and providing expert testimony. Responsible for instructing and facilitating training of law enforcement personnel and community groups in crime scene and forensic related work. Performs laboratory examination of evidence which may include but not limited to: photography (digital image and section maintenance), forensic biology, bloodstain pattern, trace evidence collection, video analysis, and cell phone examination. This position is scheduled as on-call, up to 2 weeks/month. Reports to a Jefferson County Regional Crime Laboratory Supervisor.
Duties:Crime Scene Response and Processing:
Requirements:Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with a two year associate's degree, technical certificate, and/or certification or equivalent.
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: June 9, 2017
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