Salary: Not stated
Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled
The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office is currently seeking applications for a unique and exciting non-sworn position as a Forensic Technician (Prosecutor’s Agent). The Forensic Technician will work in our Forensics Bureau and assist both the High Technology (Hi-Tech) Crimes Unit and the Crime Scene Unit.
Duties and Requirements:
We are seeking either an individual with experience in one or more of the below described areas, OR, an individual with an interest and aptitude in the below described areas who is eager and trainable. Therefore, this position is suitable for either experienced or entry-level technologically savvy candidates.
The primary responsibilities will be to assist the High-Tech Crimes Unit with digital forensic analyses. Such examinations may include desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices (cell phones and tablets), and other related devices. Applicants should also have experience and/or interest in video surveillance systems, obtaining video, and potential incorporation of video surveillance into crime scene diagrams.
The Forensic Technician will also be responsible for assisting the Crime Scene Unit with 2D and 3D Laser diagramming, GPS/GIS mapping of crime scenes, and the creation of diagrams from start to finish. Experience/interest with laser scanning equipment is a plus. Experience and/or interest in the potential use of drones for photography, video, and diagramming is also a plus.Note
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How to apply: Interested applicants should forward a letter of interest and a resume to:
Posted: May 23, 2019
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