Salary: $3,498.00 - $5,063.00 monthly
Final Filing Date: February 11, 2019
Under direct supervision, receives physical evidence in biochemistry cases; enters data into a computerized case tracking system; provides assistance in performing preliminary and simple routine analytical procedures; maintains case records and files; provides assistance in the preparation of reagents and equipment used in forensic analysis; cleans/calibrates/maintains instruments. Purchases and maintains inventory of laboratory equipment and supplies. Performs evidence handling processes, such as; receiving, storing, distributing, collection, packaging, and return evidence to user agencies; testifies in court as to chain of custody and/or preliminary testing results.
Requires knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to the completion of two years of college, preferably in one of the physical/biological sciences, supplemented with one year experience in related evidence and/or tracking processes; or the completion of three years of college, preferably in one of the physical/biological sciences. Requires elementary knowledge of physical evidence processes such as can be obtained in introductory courses to law enforcement or through exposure to evidence processes by working in a forensic science laboratory in other support roles; ability to communicate ideas effectively in oral and written form; ability to use computer software programs and various types of hardware; ability to construct court exhibits and demonstration charts; and ability to pass an agency background investigation.
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Posted: January 29, 2018
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