Salary: $6,976.74 - $8,667.18 Monthly
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
Performs a wide range of the more complex physical and chemical analyses required in scientific criminal investigations. Positions allocable to this class typically report to a Supervising Criminalist and independently perform physical and chemical analyses of evidentiary substances encountered in the course of criminal investigations or conduct chemical analyses to determine the nature and quantity of toxic substances in body tissues and fluids of living or deceased persons for forensic or criminalistics purposes not primarily related to patient care. Technical supervision is available on the most complex problems; functional supervision regarding field investigations may be exercised by investigative law enforcement personnel assigned to a particular case. Incumbents in these positions must exercise considerable knowledge of the departmental and laboratory policies and procedures. Incumbents may be required to respond to crime scenes at any time during their assigned shift, as well as during off duty hours, and are required to testify in court regarding their analyses.
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Posted: September 30, 2015
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