Salary: $2,247.08 - $2,743.22 Biweekly
Final Filing Date: Continuous
FILING DATE: Applications will be received until cancellation of this notice. CANCELLATION CAN OCCUR AT ANYTIME WITHOUT NOTICE.
Under general supervision, performs professional duties involved in the collection, preservation, and scientific analysis of evidence encountered in the investigation of crimes.
LEVEL I: This is the entry level of the Criminalist series. It is distinguished from the Criminalist II, or journey level, in that entry level personnel receive close supervision from more experienced criminalists. Promotions to the journey level of Criminalist II are made on a merit basis subject to recommendation of the Department Head and approval by the Director of Personnel.
LEVEL II: This is the journey level in the Criminalist series. Incumbents perform a wide range of highly technical tasks largely independent of direct supervision. Incumbents exercise a high degree of initiative and judgment. This class is distinguished from the Criminalist I by the independence of action and the complexity of assignments. Promotion to Criminalist III is based on merit and is subject to recommendation by the Department Head and approval of the Director of Personnel.
LEVEL III: Criminalist III is the advanced journey level of the Criminalist series of classifications. Incumbents are assigned the more difficult cases, expected to exercise a high degree of initiative and judgment and may be responsible for coordinating a program or section within an individual laboratory unit. Incumbents must have demonstrated proficiency in one of the following forensic discipline areas: forensic biology; forensic toxicology, firearms/toolmarks, or general forensic analysis (controlled substances analysis; basic toxicology analysis, such as drugs of abuse testing, forensic alcohol and breath alcohol analysis; trace evidence; crime scene examination; or quality assurance). Promotion to Criminalist III is based on merit, subject to recommendation of the Department Head and approval of the Director of Personnel.
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Posted: November 7, 2017
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