Salary: $53,840.56 Annually
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under the supervision of the Justice of the Peace pursuant to Article 49.23 Code of Criminal Procedure, the Midland County Death Investigator performs professional investigative duties on a day-to-day basis, which may include activities such as conducting investigations into all sudden, unexpected, and unattended deaths or investigation reported death related crimes committed within the jurisdiction of Midland County. The Forensic Death Investigator will develop and evaluate from observations, interviews and review various records. The Investigator will provide written and oral reports regarding investigative findings. The Death Investigator meet daily with the on-call Jude and discuss each death the Investigator has responded to. The Death Investigator will also meet regularly with the Judge and offer suggestions and advice regarding policy decisions concerning death investigations and related matters. The Death Investigator will meet members of the Public; other agencies, including medical professional, and the media on behalf of the Justice of the Peace.
Supervises all other death investigators for all 4 JP Precincts, including assigning and reviewing work.
Duties:Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Requirements:Qualifications, Education, and/or experience
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: July 19, 2021
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