Salary: $29.25 - $36.24 Hourly
Final Filing Date: Continuous
Temporary/Part-Time. This recruitment is open on a continuous basis and may close without prior notice.
The position is located in the Forensics Unit of the Investigations Division of the Downey Police Department. The mission of the Police Department is to preserve the peace and protect and serve all who live or work in, as well as those who travel through the City, and in doing so, to make a meaningful contribution to the quality of life in the community.
Under general supervision the position conducts criminal investigations in the field utilizing advanced procedures to develop, evaluate and collect items of evidence. The Unit is responsible for searching, collecting and preserving physical and biological evidence. Among other duties, photograph and video tape crime scenes, perform various analytical techniques such as chemical processing and analysis of latent prints, process evidence for DNA collection, examine computers and other digital media, and Forensic video and audio reconstruction.
The current vacancy is for temporary/part-time employment; however, the List established from this recruitment may be used to meet other full and temporary/part-time vacancies as needed.
Requirements: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:Education:
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Posted: August 1, 2018
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