Salary: $51,357.00 - $118,466.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: May 20, 2022
The incumbent is assigned to the Drug Analysis Laboratory where he/she conducts qualitative and quantitative chemical analyses, microscopic, chromatographic, and instrumental analyses of evidence submitted by law enforcement personnel. The analytical work involves contact with biohazards and exposure to chemical solvents and reagents. Employee will prepare summary findings and analytical reports and is required to appear as an expert witness in court. Work assignments require knowledge of Personnel Law, general orders and departmental rules regulations and ordinances and the ability to communicate well with others. Work is performed under the supervision of the Laboratory Manager.
The Incumbent in this position is authorized to carry out those duties and responsibilities in accordance with established performance standards and is subject to reporting and justifying task outcomes to those above him/her in the Department's chain of command. The incumbent must meet and maintain the training standards set forth by the Prince George's County Police Department. The incumbent treats all information, administrative or operational, as strictly confidential, not to be disseminated in any form unless expressly authorized. Confidential information may not be discussed with other County employees (including individuals in the Police Department), except for work-related reasons, under terms and conditions of the Maryland Public Information Act. The incumbent in this position is deemed “essential personnel” and is subject to report during standard or non-standard hours as operations necessitate.
Upon the satisfactory completion of a probationary period, entry level incumbents may be non-competitively promoted to the Forensic Chemist II full performance level at management's discretion.
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Requirements:Drug Analysis Laboratory (DAL):
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Posted: April 12, 2022
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