Salary: $71,152.32 - $88,388.88 Annually
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Under general supervision, performs field or laboratory analysis for processing and comparing fingerprints, and processing complex crime scenes. Positions allocable to this journey-level class receive general supervision from Supervising Forensic Identification Specialist positions or a higher-level supervisor. Positions participate in all types of crime scene investigations and laboratory analysis for processing and comparing fingerprints, and exercise independent judgment and initiative in processing complex crime scenes by recognizing, searching, collecting, and preserving physical evidence. In addition, they develop latent fingerprints by chemical and technical methods, qualify as an expert witness, operate automated fingerprint identification systems, and videotape crime scenes. Positions in this class are also responsible for instructing the less experienced Forensic Identification Specialists.
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Posted: September 30, 2015
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