Salary: $51,641.20 - $72,967.66 Annually
Final Filing Date: February 27, 2020
THIS JOB POSTING WILL AUTOMATICALLY CLOSE UPON THE RECEIPT OF 350 APPLICATIONS OR AT THE FINAL FILING DEADLINE, WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST.
Under general supervision, to perform crime scene investigations, evaluate and process evidence, examine latent fingerprints and perform related duties and responsibilities in accordance with Police Department policies and procedures.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS - This is the entry level of the Forensic Investigator series. Employees in this class work under close supervision as a trainee performing crime scene investigation duties according to established procedures in scene photography and videography, evidence evaluation, collection and processing, scene diagramming and latent fingerprint examination and identification. Incumbents receive both on-the-job and formal classroom training and perform duties of increasing responsibility that are generally observed and reviewed both during its performance and upon completion. During the first year of employment, incumbents are expected to progress in acquiring skills, knowledge and abilities to be able to perform work independent of direct oversight and supervision.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED - General supervision is provided by the Supervising Forensic Investigator. Technical oversight and work direction related to the investigation and forensic processing of major crime scenes and related evidence is provided by the Lead Forensic Investigator, Supervising Forensic Investigator, Sergeant, or designee. Incumbents of the Forensic Investigator II class are expected to train, oversee and provide work direction to Forensic Investigator I and provide verbal and written feedback to supervisory personnel regarding work performance and progress.
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Posted: February 13, 2020
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