Salary: $42,910.40 - $52,145.60 Annually
Final Filing Date: May 21, 2018
This recruitment is being conducted to fill a vacancy for the Sheriff's Department and establish an eligible list to fill future full-time and part-time vacancies throughout Stanislaus County.
The Crime Analyst Technician is a non-sworn civilian classification, which does not require Peace Officer status, training or responsibility. Individuals in this classification are uniformed members of the Sheriff's Department and are assigned to work field operation crime scenes and work under the supervision of the Property and Evidence/Identification Unit Manager. The Crime Analyst Technician is responsible for collecting, photographing, lifting and processing fingerprints, as well as many other crime scene related tasks. This position requires ongoing training and incumbents are expected to obtain certification through the International Association for Identification.
The individual assigned to field services operates at headquarters, in the field and at various custodial facilities. The incumbent is expected to collect and preserve evidence used in the prosecution of criminals; operate photographic equipment; identify persons through fingerprints; prepare and identify criminal identification records; be computer literate; and perform other duties as assigned. Incumbents will work outdoors in all types of weather and various terrains. The incumbent may work around decomposing bodies, biohazards and scenes where violent crimes have occurred. Incumbents may be assigned to work ten-hour shifts. This classification is subject to weekend, holiday, on-call, overtime, standby, callback and shift assignments.
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Posted: May 15, 2018
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