Salary: $24.55 Hourly
Final Filing Date: June 15, 2018
he Nebraska State Patrol is developing a list of qualified candidates to fill an opening in the Toxicology Section. The Nebraska State Patrol Crime Laboratory has held ASCLD/LAB accreditation since 2004, ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation since 2014, and is located in Lincoln. We provide services to law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Nebraska. We welcome applications from interested forensic scientists with previous experience in forensic toxicology casework as well as those with no prior experience. As a member of the Nebraska State Patrol Crime Lab team, forensic scientists participate in a variety of scientific activities including toxicology testing, expert witness testimony, training of law enforcement and the general public. The Nebraska State Patrol allows forensic scientists to take responsibility for all aspects of casework providing our scientists with challenges and career satisfaction. Interaction with attorneys, law enforcement personnel, and other government and private crime laboratories gives Nebraska State Patrol forensic scientists a broad spectrum of criminal justice experience.
Analyze body fluid evidence for the presence of impairing drugs and drug metabolites, perform instrument maintenance; compose and complete objective reports and provide clear and objective court testimony regarding analysis reports; attend training for forensic toxicology and read related literature; complete case information on the computer to maintain and monitor case evidence; be responsible for the safety of the section and laboratory common areas; perform special projects as assigned by the Laboratory Supervisor or Director.
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Posted: May 31, 2018
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