Employment Opportunity

Forensic Audio/Visual Analyst

Ohio Attorney General's Office, Columbus, Ohio

Salary: Depends on Qualifications

Final Filing Date: November 26, 2019

The Ohio Attorney General's Office is currently seeking a Forensic Audio/Visual Analyst in the Organized Crime Investigations Commission Section.

Duties and Requirements Click to read more


  • Performs forensic analysis of audio, video, photographic and other evidence, whether analog or digital in nature, for investigation and court presentation
  • Conducts testing and preparation of audio, video and photographic evidence
  • Analyzes intelligence information and other resources to determine patterns, trends and movements of organized crime groups, terrorists and/or professional criminals
  • Makes presentations to task force investigators and/or law enforcement agencies
  • Writes reports concerning the results of analysis and testing for investigators and court officers
  • Testifies as an expert witness in depositions and court hearings
  • Participates in proficiency testing in areas of analysis
  • Repairs damaged audio and video tapes for evidentiary purposes


  • Undergraduate degree in Electronic Media, Media Studies, Time Based Media, Video Animation or a related field.
  • OR
  • 4 years experience in the operation of audio, video and photographic equipment.
Preferred Qualification –
  • Experience in use of Avid Media Composer, FFMPEG, Amped5, iNputAce, Sound Forge, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Audition, 3d Studio Max or other non-linear editing software.
  • Criminal history, drug screen, taxes, driving record, field investigation and polygraph.
  • In addition, an Internet search may be conducted of publicly available and job-related information through social media or through the use of search engines.

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How to apply: Apply online

Posted: November 6, 2019

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