Salary: $3,535.00 - $4,627.00 Monthly
Final Filing Date: First review of applications will be October 20, 2020
This job is posted continuously and will remain open until a selection is made. Application review will be ongoing, and therefore we encourage you to submit your application materials as soon as possible.
The Seattle Crime Laboratory, Firearms and Toolmarks (FATM) Section, is looking for a highly motivated, Laboratory Technician who will strive to be a nationwide leader of the lntegrated Ballistic Imaging System (IBIS) program. This position provides integral support to the Fire and Tool Mark (FATM) section by ensuring accurate, timely entry of ballistics data into NIBIN/IBIS. This data provides rapid investigational leads on gun crime violence to our customers (prosecutors, local law enforcement agencies (LEA), etc.). This position also participates (as a partner with Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and explosives) in the training of Washington state LEA personnel to enter ballistics data to support complete and timely investigation of shooting incidents.
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Posted: October 15, 2020
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