Salary: $24,980 - $43,465 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous Job Opening
The purpose of the position is the analysis of criminal and applicant fingerprint cards to determine acceptable quality fingerprints to conclusively determine an individual's identity.
Why does the job exist? The job exist for analysis of criminal and applicant fingerprint cards to determine acceptable quality fingerprints to conclusively determine an individual's identity. The incumbent may reject poor quality submissions and provide training or reorientation to obtain clean and clear impressions. The job exists to classify fingerprints using the Henry and the National Crime Information Center fingerprint classification systems. It also exists to perform known-to-known comparisons from ten print cards and computer-generated candidate lists; examines and classifies fingerprint cards of arrested individuals; and, processes electronic fingerprints and manual fingerprint cards. The job exist to conduct training on fingerprint and LiveScans to law enforcement and criminal justice personnel, including fingerprint techniques and technical troubleshooting on the electronic fingerprinting system. This job will also help coordinate the New Mexico Applicant Processing System (NMAPS), which includes troubleshooting issues with the vendor, addressing questions from the Civil Applicant contributors and working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to resolve questions and issues.
Duties:How does it get done?
Requirements:The ideal candidate will have experience in the following areas:
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: May 3, 2021
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