Salary: $24.77 - $36.38 Hourly
Final Filing Date: February 28, 2021
This is a responsible and professional position. An employee in this classification is involved in performing skilled physical and chemical analysis of items collected by law enforcement and fire departments for the identification, classification, and relevance to a crime or event. The criminalist is responsible for testimony of the results of such evidence in courts of law. The criminalist is responsible for the laboratory procedures and examinations performed on the evidence, the crime scenes under his/her direction, and the courtroom testimony of the results. The individual is responsible for handling confidential materials such as evidence under investigation and criminal prosecutions. Operating under the Stark Council of Governments, the criminalist is responsible for performing various functions for four Stark County court systems, the County Coroner, and 23 police and fire agencies. The criminalist reports directly to the Crime Lab Director.
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Posted: February 8, 2021
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