Salary: $50,498.24 - $68,538.08 Annually
Final Filing Date: November 1, 2019
Performs difficult technical and investigative police work supervising members of the Crime Scene Unit. Schedules, supervises and reviews the work of Crime Scene Technicians to ensure all appropriate evidence collection procedures and methods have been performed proficiently. Trains Crime Scene Unit personnel. Assigns tasks and functions of the Crime Scene Unit.
This position will not have a permanent set schedule. It will consist of evening and nighttime shift hours however they could vary day to day and week to week. The Crime Scene Supervisor will be given flexibility to build a 40 hour/week schedule based on several factors, to include: High Point Police Department's needs, calls for service, Crime Scene Technician oversight and task driven assignments. The schedule will be very fluid, on-call hours will apply, and adjustments can be made with little required notice upon approval of the Forensic Manager. This position allows for a significant amount of creativity and critical thinking in an effort to provide leadership to Crime Scene Technicians. Provides guidance concerning crime scene processing and evidence collection. Work frequently involves participating in the investigation of cases and directing the activities on crime scenes. This position will be a call answering, working supervisor. Work is performed under the regular supervision of the Forensic Manager. Supervision is exercised over Crime Scene Technicians.
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Posted: September 30, 2019
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