Salary: $72,859.86 - $91,803.42 Annually
Final Filing Date: April 13, 2023
Position is responsible for providing scientific analysis of criminal evidence to include expert court testimony; assists in developing and implementing scientific programs and training requirements; confers with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies to coordinate work activities. Compiles statistical data and ensures that total work product meets all appropriate scientific and legal requirements. Acts as Forensic Scientist Supervisor - Firearms/Assistant Supervisor - Firearms, when required, in the absence of either. The Forensic Scientist Firearms is guided in judgment by Laboratory Policy and Standard Operating Procedures and all tenets of applicable law. Overall laboratory operation and safety procedures, proper reporting of accidents, and the ability to learn new skills to accommodate changes in techniques. The Forensic Scientist - Firearms will be held to the highest standard by senior management for independent judgments rendered when faced with a situation where a decision is needed, and there are no clearcut standard operating procedures or laws. Position reports to the Forensic Scientist Supervisor - Firearms.
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Posted: March 17, 2023
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