Salary: $55,130.00 - $92,901.00 Annually
Final Filing Date: Open until filled
This is professional and technical work in the forensic examination areas of firearms, toolmark and fracture identification, serial number restoration, and gunshot residue/distance analysis for the Police Department. The position serves as a court qualified expert witness in the field of firearms and toolmark examination.
An employee in this classification works in a forensic laboratory setting and is responsible for conducting examinations using validated forensic techniques related to firearms and toolmarks, including precise and accurate microscopic comparative examinations; testing of firearms for proper function and safety; classification identification of firearms based on fired projectiles; restoration of obliterated serial numbers; and utilization of a national ballistic evidence data base.
An employee in this classification performs work under general supervision with considerable independence within established policies, regulations, and technical guidelines for firearms examinations. The employee's workplace may be located at an Anne Arundel County forensic laboratory or a forensic laboratory of an allied agency.
Requirements:KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: February 8, 2017
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