Salary: $62,558 - $100,093 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous Job Opening
Performs analysis of controlled substance evidence. Responsible for independently collecting, classifying, identifying, and analyzing controlled substance evidence related to criminal investigations. Specialize in an area of expertise/scientific discipline. At DPS, the forensic scientist supports the NM law enforcement community in the investigation of crimes by receiving and maintaining physical evidence custody; analyzing evidence; preparing reports that document their findings; provide expert opinions in their scientific specialization to investigators; and provide expert witness testimony regarding their findings in a court of law.
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Requirements:The ideal candidate will be able to:
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Posted: January 31, 2023
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