Salary: $90,708.32 - $110,738.41 Annually
Final Filing Date: FOR FIRST CONSIDERATION, PLEASE APPLY BY October 24, 2021
DEFINITION: Under the general direction of the Criminal Investigations Lieutenant, assigns, reviews, and participates in the work of the Sheriff's Office Forensic Unit. Duties and responsibilities of the Forensic Unit include: identification, collection, and preservation of evidence at crime scenes; video and photo documentation of crime scenes; development, collection, comparison, and independent verification of latent prints; creation of crime scene diagrams; participation in courtroom testimony; coordination of in-house training of crime scene unit members; and the performance of related duties as required.
POSITION: The Forensic Unit Supervisor is a first-line supervisor responsible for performing a variety of technical tasks relative to the assigned area of responsibility. This is a non-sworn position that exercises direct supervision over civilian Crime Scene Technician and administrative support staff and is responsible for the effective and efficient operation of the unit. This class is distinguished from the Crime Scene Technician class series by its full supervisory responsibility over the Forensic Unit.
We are accepting applications to fill one vacancy in All Locations of the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office. Appointee must be willing to accept an assignment at All Locations throughout the County of Santa Barbara. The list established will be used to fill current and future vacancies for All Locations (separate lists for different locations will not be established). Therefore, applicants must check "All Locations" on the application agency wide question and /or supplemental question acknowledging this is required for the position.
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Posted: October 7, 2021
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