Salary: $64,628.88 - $84,757.20 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
Plans and conducts investigations for the Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner to determine the jurisdiction, circumstances, manner, and cause of death.
Positions allocable to this class work under the administrative and technical supervision of a Supervising Coroner's Investigator I and provide technical direction to the Coroner Investigator Trainee. Incumbents must independently exercise judgment in interpreting and applying departmentally approved procedures for conducting investigations at the scene of a wide variety of deaths to determine the jurisdiction, circumstances, manner, and cause of death. Incumbents must have a working knowledge of anatomy, legal terminology, departmental operational policies and procedures, and investigative techniques, including the collection of gunshot residue and other evidence and the recognition and differentiation of various modes of death and the ability to impart this knowledge to others in providing guidance to persons in the classification of Coroner Investigator Trainee. Positions in this class require the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and with sensitivity to obtain information concerning the circumstances of a death from the decedent's family and friends, witnesses, and informants. Incumbents must write comprehensive reports of investigation findings for use by autopsy physicians and in court/deposition proceedings, and enter those findings into computerized data banks. This class requires frequent lifting and moving of heavy equipment and decedents and occasionally demands extraordinary physical activity while working.
The Filing Period May Be Suspended At Any Time Without Prior Notice. The Examination May Reopen As The Needs Of The Service Require.
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Posted: January 17, 2018
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