Salary: $95,914.00 - $116,584.00 per year
Final Filing Date: This recruitment may close at any time, but no sooner than Wednesday, July 6, 2016.
The San Francisco Police Department has one ( 1 ) full-time position in our Firearm and Toolmark Unit of the Crime Lab. Under supervision performs sophisticated collection, analysis and evaluation of firearm and toolmark related evidence utilizing standardized and industry accepted techniques to classify, compare and identify a variety of firearms, cartridges, cartridge cases, bullets, toolmarks and similarly related evidence. Conducts complete scientific test of firearms evidence utilizing chemical and microscopic techniques and instrumentation which may include comparison microscopes, forensic photography, lasers, x-ray cameras and computer networking linked to federal, state and local databases; documents findings; prepares technical written reports of laboratory examinations and communicates directly with law enforcement, attorneys, and various agencies regarding results found; prepares evidence in order to provide expert court testimony as to findings; maintains records and files, stores evidence, keeps abreast of scientific advancements in forensic fields by attending conferences, reading technical journals, seminars, and training sessions.
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Posted: June 8, 2016
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