Salary: $74,568.00 - $95,180.80 Annually
Final Filing Date: November 30, 2021
The Sheriff's Office is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy for a CAL ID Program Manager position.
As a CAL ID Coordinator / Fingerprint Analyst, you will work in the Sheriff’s Crime Lab where you will be involved in the operation and utilization of the CAL ID fingerprinting system to assure accurate identification and tracking of individuals arrested in the county. In this role, you will participate in performing ten-print and latent print examination, comparisons, and identifications, as well as prepare detailed and concise crime reports concerning the fingerprint findings.
In addition to your CAL ID duties you will assist Forensic Specialists as needed with tasks related to the collection, preservation, and analysis of evidence. These tasks may include crime scene photography and mapping, using digital cameras and FARO scanners, latent print development, collection of biological evidence, trace evidence collection and excavation of possible gravesites. You may be tasked with DNA analysis using ANDE Rapid DNA equipment. You will be involved in the operation and maintenance of lab equipment.
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Posted: November 15, 2021
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