Salary: $24.55 Hourly
Final Filing Date: November 27, 2017
This position will train to provide analysis in both the drug chemistry and trace chemistry sections of the crime laboratory.
Duties will include; examine, analyze, and weigh suspected drugs to determine if they are controlled substances under State statutes, quantify drugs present and/or answer other questions related to drugs. Examine, analyze, and compare trace evidence materials such as explosives and flammable materials to ascertain source, determine identity of the item, and/or answer other questions related to trace evidence. Write reports, construct charts/data summaries of forensic examinations to document test procedures and results, and provide conclusions. Testify at grand jury hearings, preliminary hearings, depositions, or court trials to explain the examination process and to interpret and defend test results. Attend symposiums, workshops, in-service training programs, and staff meetings; reviews journals and books; consult with workers of other laboratories to learn new standards, procedures, and techniques in laboratory analysis. Conduct, as assigned, the orientation and training of new laboratory employees to introduce them to the laboratory and its procedures, policies, and methods and to develop their knowledge and expertise in the forensic science field. Perform other responsibilities, as assigned, such as recommending procedure changes, implementing quality assurance and safety procedures, assisting with laboratory audits, and giving general laboratory tours.
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Posted: October 30, 2017
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