Salary: $3,612 - $7,032 per month
Final Filing Date: September 24, 2017
The Washington State Toxicology Laboratory performs drug and alcohol testing for coroners, medical examiners, law enforcement agencies, and prosecuting attorneys in all 39 Washington counties.
This position has been designated as "in-training"; as such, WSP will consider filling this position at the Forensic Scientist 3, Forensic Scientist 2, or Forensic Scientist 1 level. The salary range will depend upon which level these positions are filled at and the qualifications of the successful candidate:
This position conducts case analysis on evidence submitted to the Toxicology Laboratory. You will perform analytical testing for volatiles, drugs and other toxins on biological samples using measuring devices such as dilutors and pipettes. The extracted samples are then analyzed by laboratory instrumentation.
You will report scientific findings supported by data using a laboratory information management system for creating the reports and evidence handling. You will also provide courtroom testimony; prepare and certify simulator solutions for the WSP Breath Test Program; and perform quality assurance testing and instrument maintenance.
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: August 23, 2017
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