Salary: $62,425.00 - $139,127.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: June 24, 2021
The Prince George's County Police Department is currently seeking highly qualified individuals to fill a vacant Forensic Chemist III position, grade P24, in its DNA Laboratory.
This is a senior/lead-level technical and professional position responsible for conducting serologic and DNA analysis on physical evidence submitted by law enforcement personnel. This analytical work involves potential contact with biohazards, chemical solvents, and reagents.
Work involves preparing summary findings and materials for use in testifying as an expert witness in criminal trial cases. The incumbent may perform lead work over subordinate level forensic chemists and perform the duties of Laboratory Manager in his/her absence.
Work is performed with a considerable degree of independence in accordance with established technical standards and policies based on the ability to analyze, identify and document physical evidence, and to offer effective case-related testimony. The incumbent may assist the Laboratory Manager in leading and training subordinate forensic chemists.
The incumbent in this position is considered an "Essential" employee and may be required to report for work during natural/manmade disasters, and during special operations, as assigned. "Essential" employees are expected to report or remain at work when other county employees are granted Administrative Leave.
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Posted: May 24, 2021
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