Salary: $1,138 – $2,402 Bi-weekly
Final Filing Date: September 31, 2017
This is technical police work consisting of the identification, collection, classification and analysis of physical evidence in criminal cases processed by a law enforcement support unit. Work involves the responsibility of classification of fingerprints, crime scene investigation and diversified duties in photography. Employees in this class are assigned to one of the technical service units of the department and are expected to perform a broad range of tasks in the field of field of forensic science. Work follows prescribed procedures and is performed under a supervisor who reviews the work in progress and completed reports for accuracy, thoroughness and conformance with established procedures.
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How to apply: If you meet the minimum requirements and want to be considered for the position, please email your resume and supporting documentation to: HRRESUMES@HIALEAHFL.GOV
Posted: August 18, 2017
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