Salary: $16.60 per hour
Final Filing Date: October 19, 2017
High school graduate or equivalent required. Must possess a completion of Crime Scene training certificate or a Forensics degree from an accredited College or University.
An employee in this class performs the duties of supporting of sworn police officers specifically in Crime Scene investigations. Duties include the preparation of various reports, measurements, diagrams and documentation. Utilization of police communication equipment and processing crime scenes for latent fingerprints and other physical evidence collection. AFIS entry and Latent fingerprint identification, firearms related shooting reconstruction. Photography, evidence packaging and court testimony. Ability to operate a computer to enter, retrieve, review or modify data, verifies accuracy of entered data, and makes appropriate corrections. Utilizes word processing and spreadsheet business software applications, answers phone, maintain filing systems and general office duties. Incumbents are unarmed civilian employees with no arrest powers.
Special Working Conditions: Subject to be called out beyond regularly scheduled hours and work hours may include irregular shifts, holidays and weekend work. The employee may be exposed to adverse environmental conditions, such as dirt, dust, odors, noise variation, fumes, temperature extremes, wet/humid conditions, machinery, traffic hazards, toxic agents, bio hazards, or bright/dim lights.
All applicants must upload educational diploma/degree and a valid State of Florida Driver's License to the document section of the online application. Written Civil Service Examination Required.
This position requires successful passing of a Background check, Polygraph, Physiological and Drug screening.
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How to apply: Apply online
Posted: October 11, 2017
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