Salary: $67,225.20 - $83,515.68 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
Performs physical and chemical analyses required in scientific criminal investigations.
Positions allocable to this entry level class typically report to a Supervising Criminalist and work under close supervision and guidance in each section of a forensic science or criminalistics laboratory, receiving work of a progressively responsible nature and of broadening scope as capability develops and complete familiarity with all phases of laboratory analysis is gained. Incumbents in this class are characterized by their participation in an extensive, mandatory in-service training program designed to teach the techniques and procedures used in forensic science or criminalistic laboratories and, through classroom instruction and on-the-job training, prepare incumbents for higher level criminalistic positions. Incumbents are required to respond to crime scenes at any time during their assigned shift, as well as during off duty hours, and will be required to testify in court regarding their analyses. Upon completion of a one year probationary period within Technical Services Division, and with a rating of competent, incumbents may be assigned to any section or regional laboratory within Scientific Services Bureau.
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Posted: January 23, 2018
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