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Crime Laboratory Analyst - Documents

Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Pensacola, Florida

Salary: $50,948.00

Final Filing Date: December 31, 2019

Duties and Requirements Click to read more

Duties:

  • Examination and comparison of handwriting (hand printing and signatures); examination and comparison of a document as genuine or non-genuine; examination, comparison and classification of typewriters, checkwriters, photocopiers, computer printers and facsimile machines; detection of alterations, additions, deletions, or substitutions; decipherment of obliterations and erasures; recovery and preservation of indented writing; examination and comparison of writing inks; classification and determination of writing inks; examination and comparison of rubberstamp impressions; examination and comparison of paper; recovery and preservation of damaged documents; and the examination, comparison and classification of printed material.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of the terminology, principles and analytical techniques used in the analysis of physical evidence as it applies to the forensic laboratory.
  • Knowledge of the procedure for packaging, handling and preserving evidence.
  • Skill in the use of scientific laboratory equipment.
  • Ability to analyze results, formulate conclusions and present findings verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to give sworn testimony as an expert witness in court.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications:
  • A bachelor or advanced degree in physical, biological or forensic science from an accredited college or university with completion of at least 20 credit hours in physical or biological science-related coursework graded at a ā€œCā€ or better; or a non-science degree with completion of at least 12 credit hours in physical or biological science-related coursework graded at a ā€œCā€ or better and a minimum of two years professional experience in the Document Examination discipline in an accredited forensic laboratory.
  • American Society of Questioned Documents Examiners (ASQDE) membership or American Board of Forensic Documents Examiners (ABFDE) certification may substitute for the required college education.
  • Professional experience in the Document Examination discipline in an accredited forensic laboratory may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required college education.

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Posted: August 27, 2019


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