Salary: $77,147.20 - $92,788.80 per year
Final Filing Date: March 5, 2018
Criminalists utilize scientific methods and techniques in the recognition, collection, and characterization of physical and digital evidence in the Crime Laboratory as well as at crime scenes. They prepare written reports regarding their findings and provide expert testimony in court. They perform related duties as required. All positions are located in the Sheriff's Office and may be subject to overtime.
Criminalist I is an entry-level classification in which the incumbent works under close supervision. Incumbents handle the more routine cases and receive a substantial amount of on-the-job training, working closely with senior staff members in a tutorial/intern atmosphere. After gaining two years of experience in several areas of laboratory investigation and expanding their expertise, they are expected to promote to the journey-level class of Criminalist II.
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Posted: February 9, 2018
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