Salary: $34,030.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: May 23, 2018
Performs responsible technical and investigative work involving the identification, gathering, and preservation of evidence; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Must work varied shifts to include holidays, nights, and weekends; operates crime scene response vehicles in normal and adverse weather conditions; responds to and initiates radio communications; documents scenes and evidence through forensic photography/videography; identifies, collects, and preserves evidence utilizing appropriate forensic techniques; locates, preserves and/or lifts latent prints from physical evidence; maintains chain of custody for evidence; prepares detailed sketches and diagrams of crime scenes; obtain post-mortem finger and palm prints to establish identity; searches files to identify suspects; operates numerous computer based systems; performs administrative tasks; prepares evidence for court presentations; presenting courtroom testimony in District, State, and Federal Courts; prepares photographic line-up and images for viewing; maintains detailed filing systems and records; prepares detailed investigative and supplemental case reports of activities and investigations; effectively communicates with investigators, court personnel, suspects, and citizens; administers chemical analysis for alcohol concentration; updates demographic information, obtains photographic images and fingerprints of persons charged with criminal offenses; maintains confidentiality; remains abreast of technological and procedural advances in forensic related disciplines.
Requirements:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: May 11, 2018
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