Salary: $39,686.40 - $69,035.20 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
The incumbent will be provided on-the-job training related to performing analysis of controlled substance evidence; with the intended goal of providing enough training and tenure to perform independently as a case-working Chemistry Analyst. Upon successful completion of all training, and demonstrated and sustained competent performance, the incumbent will be responsible for independently collecting, classifying, identifying and analyzing controlled substance evidence related to criminal investigations.
Duties:Forensic Scientists serve as specialists in an area of expertise/scientific discipline and are responsible for identifying and analyzing physical evidence related to their specialization that is collected from criminal investigations.
This position is responsible for producing formal reports that accurately identify and analyze physical evidence to determine their significance to the investigation. This position is responsible for presenting the results, conclusions and expert opinion in the scientific analysis of the controlled substance evidence. This position will provide expert witness testimony regarding their findings in courts of law throughout the State of New Mexico. This position will perform Quality Assurance/Quality Control to assure quality analysis, evidence integrity, and maintain accreditation standards. This position will continue training to develop competency and proficiency in their area of specialization, specifically chemical analysis for this position, as required.
Requirements:Minimum Qualifications for DNA and Chemistry Forensic Scientists:
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Posted: May 3, 2018
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