Final Filing Date: October 31, 2021
This is professional work in the evaluation, analyzation, and development of friction ridge detail which includes comparison and identification of latent finger, palm, and footprints. Work requires an advanced understanding and application of the theories, principles and practices of friction ridge examinations, usually gained through formal education, specialized schools, job related training or an equivalent level of practical knowledge gained through many years of hands on experience. Contacts require skills of persuasiveness or assertiveness as well as a sensitivity to others' points of view to influence behavior, change an opinion or turn a situation around. Work is subject to well-defined procedures, practices and methods in performing the work and latitude is permitted to consider which procedure or precedent to follow and in what sequence to achieve the required results. Work is performed in an office and laboratory environment and includes the operation of standard office equipment such as copiers, telephones, and personal computers and may include operation of specialized equipment such as magnification devices, digital cameras, light sources, fingerprint powdering stations, chemical fuming hoods, fuming cabinets and related chemicals. The physical demands consist of sitting or standing at a workstation for extended periods of time, utilizing specialized equipment on an ongoing basis, and occasionally lifting and manipulating light to moderate weight items weighing less than 50 pounds. In addition, the employee could be exposed to mechanical, biological, and chemical hazards associated with a laboratory environment. The employee will be required to utilize personal protective equipment to include eye protection, and specialized clothing barriers to blood and other body fluids. Latent Print Examiners work in a specialized forensic science discipline conducting examinations of physical evidence submitted by Law Enforcement agencies involving impression evidence. The position requires advanced technical, independent research and analytical skills to evaluate evidence. Examiner provides technical and expert witness assistance to Law Enforcement partners in investigations and the Judicial System. Evidence processing includes the utilization of technology such as the Biometric Identification System to rapidly identify unidentified latent print impressions recovered at incidents.
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Posted: September 30, 2021
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