Salary: $76,082 - $97,340 Annually
Final Filing Date: November 11, 2017
This is an Interdisciplinary Position that involves work in two different occupations which may be filled under the Forensic Scientist, 401 Series or the Crime Scene Analyst, 301 Series, depending on the qualifications of the person selected.
This position is located in the Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS). The mission of DFS is to provide high quality, timely, accurate, and reliable forensic science services using best practices and best available technology, focusing on unbiased science and transparency, to enhance public safety and health. The position is responsible for recognizing and recovering evidence in criminal investigations at the scene(s) of crime(s) by analyzing, photographing, collecting, preserving, and presenting physical evidence. Crime scenes include person crimes, such as homicides, sexual assaults, and robberies, as well as property crimes and traffic accidents, etc.
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Posted: November 7, 2017
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