Employment Opportunity


Criminal Forensic Scientist-Chemistry

New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Salary: $72,800 - $145,600 Annually

Final Filing Date: March 1, 2024

This Criminal Forensic Scientists - Chemist performs analysis of controlled substance evidence; the incumbent will be responsible for independently collecting, classifying, identifying, and analyzing controlled substance evidence related to criminal investigations; testify as expert witnesses regarding the techniques used, results /conclusions made and chain of custody of evidence items; conduct peer reviews of chemistry casework and testify to results as needed; order supplies/consumables and perform regular instrument maintenance; assist with external quality assessments related to accreditation and compliance with quality standards; conduct controlled substance inventory; maintain a cohesive work environment that encourages professionalism, excellent customer service and exemplifies code of conduct. Maintain accreditation standards throughout.

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Duties

The position will be responsible for:
  • Producing formal reports that accurately identify and analyze physical evidence to determine their significance to the investigation;
  • Presenting the results, conclusions and expert opinion in the scientific analysis of the controlled substance evidence;
  • Providing expert witness testimony regarding their findings in courts of law throughout the State of New Mexico;
  • Performing QA/QC to assure quality analysis, evidence integrity, and maintain accreditation standards

 Earn a Degree in Crime Scene Investigation, Forensic Science, Computer Forensics or Forensic Psychology

Requirements

Ideal Candidate
  • Determine the identity of an unknown substance.
  • Testimony (testifying in a court of law).
  • Write laboratory report.
  • Experience in an accredited forensic laboratory?
  • How many years of experience do you have working in an accredited forensic laboratory?
Minimum Qualification
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. One (1) year of laboratory experience may be substituted for each year of required education.

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Posted: February 5, 2024


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