Salary: $59,466.58 - $77,306.53 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
Under the general direction of the Forensic Toxicologist Chief, performs routine and special forensic toxicological analysis of body fluids and tissues. Plans and coordinates daily activities in the laboratory. Maintains care, custody and control of specimens and forensic evidence. Operates and maintains laboratory instruments. Performs tests and produces documentation for completion of reports of laboratory findings. Develops and writes analytical methods and quality control procedures. May supervise and train laboratory technicians.
This is the second in a series of four toxicology-related job classifications within the Medical job family. Incumbents perform complex forensic and chemical analysis and are responsible for completion of lab reports. Duties require an advanced degree of initiative and independent judgment. This classification is distinguished from the Forensic Toxicologist Deputy Chief in that incumbents do not function in a leadership role, have no formal role in the development and oversight of the quality control program and do not function as lead workers. This classification may require a flexible work schedule in order to meet the needs of the department.
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Posted: August 28, 2021
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