Salary: $60,064.45 - $95,862.10 Annually
Final Filing Date: Continuous
The purpose of this class within the organization is to analyze body fluids and tissues to identify and quantify drugs and toxins in the subject's system. This class works independently, under limited supervision, reporting major activities through periodic meetings.
The Toxicologist, under the supervision of the Chief Toxicologist, performs analyses for Alcohol, Carbon Monoxide, Electrolytes and Glucose in addition to screening for illicit and abused drugs in postmortem specimens in support of the District 17 Medical Examiner and biological specimens submitted by Broward County Law Enforcement Agencies secondary to the investigation of DUI and Sexual Battery Investigations; prepares reagents, calibration standards, and control samples employed in these analytical procedures; compiles data and participates in the preparation of technical reports of analytical findings; participates in the peer review process of analytical results and data collected from analyses performed by other laboratory staff in this classification; testifies in Court Proceedings (trial, depositions, etc.) concerning laboratory procedures performed and analytical results produced. The State of Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Alcohol Testing Program (ATP) Permit to Conduct Blood Alcohol Analysis is required and must be obtained within two (2) years of application to the program with the application process initiated within the first year in this classification.
Requirements:Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
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Posted: May 17, 2018
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