International Association for Identification Job Postings
Crime Scene Technician I - High Point, North Carolina Police Department
The High Point Police Department seeks to fill a Crime Scene Technician position. This civilian position is responsible for technical and investigative support work involving the documentation, collection and preservation of evidence. Individual will process the scene of criminal activities to include: documentation through note-taking, photography, videography, obtaining and analyzing fingerprints with various powders and chemicals, collecting and preserving physical and trace evidence, report writing and testifying in court. Will also assist with processing criminal suspects and civilians by taking finger and palm prints.
Latent Print Examiner - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Police Department
This job is located in the Investigations Bureau of the Oklahoma City Police Department and is under the direction of an immediate supervisor. The primary purpose of this classification is to provide specialized latent print analysis, evaluation and technical reports. The Latent Fingerprint Examiner is a skilled technical classification responsible for utilizing equipment, data entry, and information management skills, knowledge, and abilities.
Video Retrieval Specialist - City of Miami, Florida Police Department
Specialized and technical work in collecting, retrieving, analyzing, organizing and presenting video evidence gathered from digital devices including, but not limited to: computers, cell phones, televisions, CCTV, and cameras. Work involves retrieving videos for investigative units, preparing video for playback via editing, splicing, and/or enhancing, logging all requests and maintaining records of all video evidence, and maintaining the security and confidentiality of all files contained in the video lab. Assignments are received in the form of oral or written instructions and work may be reviewed, in process or upon completion, by a superior.
Administrative Specialist III (Forensic Science Division Manager) - Prince George's County, Maryland
This is advanced executive level work performed within the Bureau of Forensic Science and Intelligence in the Police Department. The incumbent in this position will use extensive analytical, policy planning and coordination skills to direct the Forensic Science Division. Work requires a comprehensive knowledge of Departmental goals and objectives, and the approved principles, practices and procedures of modern law enforcement administration. Due to the level of work and assignments, extensive coordinative and/or supervisory skills are required.
Forensic Imaging Technologist - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the general supervision of the Forensic Imaging Supervisor, or designee, performs technical work of average to advanced difficulty in connection with digital imaging, video and photographic applications, and chemical processing of photographic paper. Work involves the processing, development, custody, and control of photographic evidence and equipment. Duties are accomplished with a degree of independence and at a level of responsibility where the member must exercise good judgment and individual initiative in the performance of assigned duties. A variety of clerical and equipment maintenance tasks are performed in connection with this position. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained. Shift work is required.
Senior Police Technician - City of Gresham, OR Police Department
The City of Gresham has an exciting opportunity as a Senior Police Technician in the Police Department. This full-time position is responsible for processing crime scenes and maintaining security and chain of custody for evidence and property which includes handling hazardous and contaminated evidence. The City of Gresham's Police Department works collaboratively with other area agencies. The Senior Police Technician is part of the Investigations Division that consists of Criminalists, Police Technicians and Police Officers assigned to detective duties.
Latent Fingerprint Examiner - Miami-Dade, Florida Police Department
The MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT (MDPD) Fingerprint Identification Section is seeking an experienced friction ridge examiner with at least one year of fingerprint identification experience for an anticipated vacancy. The Fingerprint Identification Section is a large, state-of-the-art facility with modern equipment, Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) work stations, and forensic latent laboratory. We seek an individual who will meet the challenge of becoming a court-qualified Latent Fingerprint Examiner, and is able to work independently within a team environment. The ideal candidate will possess Tenprint or Latent Print Certification through the International Association for Identification (IAI), knowledge of ISO-17025 accreditation standards, and knowledge of Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems. Currently, the Latent Unit has 9 latent fingerprint examiners. We are in Sunny South Florida with great beaches, plenty of fishing, diving, shows, sports, cruises and many other attractions.
Police Crime Scene Specialist - City of Scottsdale, Arizona Police Department
The Police Crime Scene Specialist conducts technical investigations of all types of crime scenes; duties include photography and the collection, examination and preservation of evidence.
Forensic Chemist - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a Forensic Chemist based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
DNA Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a DNA Examiner based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
Latent Print Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a Latent Print Examiner based in Fort Gillem, GA. May be required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
Firearms / Toolmark Examiner - PAE
PAE is currently seeking a firearm/toolmark examiner based in Forest Park, GA. Required to travel OCONUS (as needed).
Forensic Latent Print Analyst - United States Postal Service
Conducts forensic analyses to develop and identify latent prints utilizing appropriate scientific methodologies, forensic techniques, and quality assurance practices in support of criminal and administrative investigations.
Police Technician (Crime Scene Investigator) - City of Riviera Beach, Florida Police Department
An employee in this class performs the duties of supporting of sworn police officers specifically in Crime Scene investigations. Duties include the preparation of various reports, measurements, diagrams and documentation. Utilization of police communication equipment and processing crime scenes for latent fingerprints and other physical evidence collection. AFIS entry and Latent fingerprint identification, firearms related shooting reconstruction. Photography, evidence packaging and court testimony. Ability to operate a computer to enter, retrieve, review or modify data, verifies accuracy of entered data, and makes appropriate corrections. Utilizes word processing and spreadsheet business software applications, answers phone, maintain filing systems and general office duties. Incumbents are unarmed civilian employees with no arrest powers.
Forensic Fingerprint Expert - Dallas, Texas Police Department
Performs the most difficult and responsible types of forensic fingerprint duties in the Police Department. Trains and mentors lower level employees and provides technical oversight of all fingerprinting functions.
Quality Assurance Specialist (Crime Scene Sciences) - District of Columbia Department of Forensic Services
This position is located in the Department of Forensic Sciences (DFS). The mission of the DFS is to provide high-quality, timely, accurate, and reliable forensic science services using best practices and best available technology, focusing on unbiased science and transparency, to enhance public safety and health. Primarily responsible for accreditation strategy, planning, execution, coordination, and maintenance and prepares and implements an annual Quality Improvement and Enhancement Plan which includes a review of quality assurance data and findings, as well as an annual plan for quality assurance monitoring, for tracking trends as it pertains to quality assurance data.; and serves as an expert advisor for accreditation, certification, and national standards as they pertain to quality improvements and accreditation.
Senior Firearm/Toolmark Examiner (Senior Criminalist - Firearms) - Tarrant County, Texas Office of Chief Medical Examiner
This position involves the independent application of laboratory techniques, materials, equipment, and instrumentation in the performance of laboratory examinations of evidence, the preparation of reports, and the rendering of expert testimony in courts of law regarding firearm/toolmark evidence.
Staff Chemist (Radiological/Nuclear) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Chemists to operate, maintain and perform technical nuclear forensics analysis using applicable laboratory instrumentation, tools, and techniques on radiological and/or nuclear materials of interest in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Senior Chemist - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Chemists to operate, maintain and perform forensics analysis using applicable laboratory instrumentation, tools, and techniques on chemical and/or explosive materials of interest in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Principal Chemist (Radiological/Nuclear) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Chemists to operate, maintain and perform technical nuclear forensics analysis using applicable laboratory instrumentation, tools, and techniques on radiological and/or nuclear materials of interest in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Associate Chemist (Radiological/Nuclear) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Chemists to operate, maintain and perform technical nuclear forensics analysis using applicable laboratory instrumentation, tools, and techniques on radiological and/or nuclear materials of interest in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Senior Microbiologist - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Microbiologists to operate, maintain and perform sample analysis with laboratory instrumentation, tools and techniques on potential microbial or biological threat DNA samples in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Principal Microbiologist - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Microbiologists to operate, maintain and perform sample analysis with laboratory instrumentation, tools and techniques on potential microbial or biological threat DNA samples in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Staff Microbiologist - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Microbiologists to operate, maintain and perform sample analysis with laboratory instrumentation, tools and techniques on potential microbial or biological threat DNA samples in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Associate Microbiologist - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide Microbiologists to operate, maintain and perform sample analysis with laboratory instrumentation, tools and techniques on potential microbial or biological threat DNA samples in CONUS and/or OCONUS locations.
Latent Print Examiner - Pasco County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under the direction of the Assistant Chief of Forensics, performs independent routine technical examinations in the evaluation, comparison and identification of fragmentary friction skin impressions utilizing well defined methods; encodes, searches and registers ten print and latent images into biometric databases; updates case management and other information management systems as required. Safeguards evidence and maintains chain-of-custody through the use of physical protocols and applicable documentation. Ensures safety precautions and applicable regulations are followed. Duties include assisting in the training of law enforcement officials in the techniques of evaluating, comparing and identifying prints. Prepares and furnishes authoritative oral and written supplemental reports to facilitate investigative, intelligence, prosecution and other functions that support mission requirements. The reports will require the ability to clearly convey the opinions and findings as determined through detailed examinations and analysis. Coordinates routine to moderately complex matters related to scope of analyses with other laboratory units, outside agencies and related entities; testify in court with regard to the findings and what has been supplemented and assists other agencies with any fingerprint related requests.
Crime Scene Investigator - Orange County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Applies scientific principles to analyze, identify and classify physical evidence related to crime scenes. The following functions represent 70% of workload: Performs duties that involve the collection, examination, preservation, documentation, preparation, and analysis of human tissues or fluids or physical evidence having potential biological or chemical contamination, and uses chemicals, processes, or materials that may have carcinogenic or health-damaging properties in the analysis of such evidence. Responds to and processes various crime scenes by searching for, documenting the location of, collecting, preserving, analyzing, packaging, and preparing for presentation in court, evidence such as: paint, glass, printed matter, paper, ink, fabric, dust, dirt, combustible gases, hair, skin, blood, bones, human organs, human tissue, semen, urine, feces, saliva, vaginal secretions, narcotics, firearms and related materials, fingerprints, shoe/tire tracks, and currency. Performs a variety of analytical examinations, such as processing the crime scene and related evidence using chemicals, powders, light source enhancement and other methods. Completes photograph referrals, photographs, and prints of dead persons at the morgue. Above listed items have the potential to contain organic or inorganic contaminants to include carcinogens, diseases, combustibles, chemical hazards, and blood-borne pathogens. Based on MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) these processes may contain health-damaging properties that are corrosive, combustible, carcinogenic, and contain respiratory irritants, nervous system irritants, eye and skin irritants, and blood toxins.
Forensic Unit Supervisor (Civil Service) - Spokane County, Washington
The Forensic Unit Supervisor is responsible for supervisory functions of the Forensic Unit. This includes supervision, task assignments, and evaluation of employees assigned to the Spokane County-City Forensic Unit.
Tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor - John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Performs teaching and research in the areas of General Criminalistics. Also performs teaching to non-science majors in the chemical and forensic sciences. Practice experience at the federal, state, local or private level would be favorable. Expertise in trace evidence and microscopy would also be favorable. The successful applicant will also be expected to share responsibility for committee and department assignments, administrative and supervisory functions, and perform guidance duties for the Department of Sciences.
Criminalist II (DNA) - Grant - Broward County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to prepare and analyze chemical and evidentiary samples in criminal identification and investigations in the Crime Laboratory of the Broward Sheriff's Office. As an American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors - Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB - International) accredited laboratory, employees in this position must adhere to accreditation standards encompassing extensive case documentation, validation of procedures, technical and administrative review of reports and case notes, etc. In addition, employees are required to participate in external proficiency testing, courtroom testimony monitoring, continued technical training, quality audits, and accreditation inspections by ASCLD/LAB - International. Employees function in a journey level status performing moderately complex casework under the supervision of the Technical Leader/Unit Manager. Position is responsible for the formal reporting of and testifying to the findings of such analysis. Performs related work as directed.
Criminalist - City of Plano, Texas
Assists in the investigation of criminal offenses and death investigations. Evaluates and documents crime scenes utilizing notes, photographs, sketches, and reports. Analyzes and compares fingerprints; enters unidentified latent prints into identification systems to conduct comparisons of latent with known fingerprint impressions; documents comparison results in reports. Performs a variety of complex, independent laboratory tests, analyses, classifications, comparisons, and identifications of all types of physical evidence from crime scenes. More...
Fingerprint Technician III - Alaska Department of Public Safety
The Department of Public Safety is recruiting for a Fingerprint Technician III to join our team committed to public safety through public service. This position is part of the Division of Statewide Services and manages a staff of 2 full time employees. This position is a working supervisor, and the unit is responsible for the positive fingerprint identification of arrestees, applicants to sensitive positions, known and unknown deceased subjects, sex offenders, offenders required to contribute DNA to state and national DNA identification systems, and other purposes. This position is the key point of contact for ensuring superior quality of criminal and civil fingerprints are submitted through the management of live scan systems and working cooperatively with correctional facilities and employing/licensing agencies to ensure staff is trained and knowledgeable in rolling fingerprints and completing the demographic and charge information accurately on the fingerprint cards.
Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice (Crime Scene Emphasis) - Broward College
Broward College invites applicants for a full time continuing contract track teaching position in Criminal Justice. Candidates should be passionate educators who can facilitate the needs of diverse 21st century learners. This position is a 194 duty day contract position.
Forensic Technician - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Receive and inventory evidence; Process evidence for development of latent prints; Prepare chemical solutions; Preserve latent prints present or developed through digital imaging techniques; Enter latent prints for search through ULW or other database software; Create examination documentation for work performed; Provide expert testimony on work performed
Latent Print Examiner (Senior III, II, or I) - Onondaga County, New York Center for Forensic Sciences
The Onondaga County Center for Forensic Sciences is seeking to fill a Latent Print Examiner position. The level to which the position will be filled will be dependent on the qualifications of the individual hired. The Center for Forensic Sciences is a full-service ASCLD/LAB-International accredited forensic laboratory outfitted with state of the art equipment and technology. Onondaga County is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes region in upstate NY with the Adirondack Mountains within easy driving distance. The laboratory is located in city of Syracuse, within a five-hour drive from New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto and Montreal. Syracuse is also home to Destiny USA, the 6th largest shopping mall in the U.S. Syracuse is a center for cultural and recreational events such as the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse Stage, Symphoria, the Lakeview Amphitheater, the New York State Fair, and multiple sporting events including those at Syracuse University, Syracuse Chiefs AAA baseball, and Syracuse Crunch AHL hockey.
Latent Fingerprint Examiner III (CLPE) - Santa Clara County, California Sheriff's Office
Under general direction, performs technical level work of unusual difficulty as a Certified Latent Print Examiner in fingerprint examination for criminal identification and evidence classification.
Latent Fingerprint Examiner II (Experienced Examiner, not certified) - Santa Clara County, California Sheriff's Office
Under general direction to perform skilled technical level work in latent fingerprint examination for criminal identification and evidence classification. A successful candidate would be expected to obtain and retain certification as a Certified Latent Print Examiner. Possession of a Bachelor's Degree is highly desirable.
Manager, Forensic Services - Prince George's County, MD Police Department
This is an advanced management level position responsible for the management and oversight of the Police Department's Forensic Services laboratories and units to include the Drug Analysis Laboratory, Serology/DNA Laboratory, Firearms Examination Unit, and Regional Automated Fingerprint Identification (RAFIS) Unit. This position plans, directs and controls the activities of these units to ensure that the collection, identification, examination, analysis and preservation of criminal evidence are conducted according to nationally recognized standards.
Supervisor - Crime Scene Section - Houston Forensic Science Center
Under the general direction of the Director and/or Deputy Director of the Division, the Supervisor provides day-to-day supervision of assigned staff members, coordinating daily activities to promote efficiency in crime scene management while ensuring the accuracy and timeliness of results.
Forensic Chemical Examiner Mentor - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Serve as senior consultant to the local Afghan chemical examiners on questions of classification, quality control, identifications, and other technical matters concerning chemical examination. Serve as instructor and mentor to new and current local Afghan chemical examiner personnel. Works with and assist the other mentors (Latent Print, Document and Media Exploitation and Firearm and Tool mark examiner) in order to achieve and maintain a high level of productivity. Reviews, develops and implements internal and external operational procedures to enhance overall forensic program effectiveness. Interacts and confers with Afghan military, police and other related program personnel to identify, develop, refine and implement adequate operational processes and procedures. Identify current and future supply, equipment, and personnel needs. Identify training needs. Periodically review (QC) output to ensure accuracy and integrity. Verify and or confirm chemical examination results. Other duties as identified by the Forensic Mentorship Program Manager.
Research Assistant Professor - Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Science
The Department of Statistics at Iowa State University is seeking candidates for up to two non-tenure track positions at the level of Research Assistant Professor. Successful candidates will contribute to the research and outreach missions of the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE). Coordinated by Iowa State University and funded by NIST, the CSAFE team of statisticians and scientists create solutions that quantify the uncertainty, limitations and errors associated with human factors; pattern evidence, such as fingerprints and bullet marks; and digital evidence, such as data from cellphones and computers. In order for forensic scientists, forensic practitioners, law enforcement officers, lawyers, judges and more to apply these methods, CSAFE also provides training and education modules. Successful candidates will be responsible for graduate and undergraduate student mentoring. If approved as members of the graduate faculty, research faculty are able to direct the research of graduate students in the department. Candidates with a strong background in statistical computing or machine learning and with demonstrated experience working with large data sets are particularly encouraged to apply. The initial appointment is for three years, with a possibility of renewal dependent on funding.
Director, Forensic Science and Law Master of Science Program - Duquesne University - Forensic Science and Law Faculty
The Forensic Science and Law program in the Bayer School of Natural and Environmental Sciences at Duquesne University is seeking candidates for a full-time (12-month) Director/Assistant Professor, non-tenure-track faculty position. The position will have teaching and administrative duties. The Forensic Science program at Duquesne is an entry-level 5-year curriculum where the student earns a Master of Science degree in Forensic Science and Law. The program was established in 2001 and is accredited by the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC).
Forensic Investigations Program Coordinator Faculty - Washburn University
Washburn University's Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Department invites applications for one faculty position in Forensic Investigations. This is a 12 month full-time appointment as the program coordinator of the newly developed Forensic Investigations program. Position begins January 1, 2018.
Part Time Forensic Specialist I - Anaheim, California Police Department
The Anaheim Police Department is seeking a motivated, detail-oriented individual for the position of Part Time Forensic Specialist I. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in taking crime scene photos as well as processing and lifting latent prints. This is a part-time position averaging 30 hours per week. A minimum number of hours is not guaranteed.
Assistant Professor, Forensics Coordinator - Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
The College of Science & Engineering invites applications for a Forensics Coordinator at the Assistant Professor rank, in the Biomedical Sciences Program within the Department of Life Sciences. This is a full-time nine (9) month position. Responsibilities of the position include teaching courses within the Biomedical Sciences program (especially within the Forensics degree plan), academic advising, participation in student retention activities, and program review activities with accreditation agencies. The typical teaching load for faculty who instruct at the masters' level in Life Sciences is six courses per year. The successful applicant will function as a program coordinator, so there is a one course allowance per semester due to reassignment for the extra administrative duties. Additional releases may be negotiated with the Life Science Department Chair and the Dean of the College of Science and Engineering. The position may include night, weekend, and electronic course delivery.
Assistant Professor (Forensic Chemistry) - Southeast Missouri State University
Teach forensic chemistry, general chemistry and other courses as needed.
Certified Latent Print Examiner - Brevard County, Florida Sheriff's Office
The purpose of the class is to analyze, compare and evaluate fingerprints and latent prints. The class is responsible for fingerprint and latent print examinations and issue reports with the result of the examinations. The class works within a general outline of work to be performed under general supervision.
Quality Assurance Manager - Douglas County, Nebraska Sheriff's Department
Incumbent works under the direction of the Laboratory Director or designee, the incumbent implements, monitors, and reviews the quality activities within the Douglas County Sheriff's Office Forensic Services Division's Crime Laboratory.
Forensic Science Specialist - Pinellas County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under general supervision of the Assistant Forensic Science Shift Supervisor, or designee, performs technical work of average to advanced difficulty in criminal identification matters; photography, processing for latent fingerprints, collection and preservation of evidence. Duties are accomplished with a degree of independence and at a level of responsibility where the member must exercise good judgment and individual initiative in the performance of assigned duties. A variety of clerical and equipment maintenance tasks are performed in connection with the position. Work is reviewed through observation and results obtained. Shift work is required and subject to call-out 24 hours a day.
Latent Print Examiner - Cumberland County, North Carolina Sheriff's Office
To provide professional and efficient service to the citizens of Cumberland County. These duties are performed in accordance with the Constitution of the United States and the State of North Carolina, State Laws, County Ordinances, and the Rules, Regulations and Procedures of the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office. The primary purpose of the Forensic Latent Print Analyst is to examine, evaluate and compare developed crime scene finger, palm and sole prints against known impressions either on hard copy impression cards or by searching through an automated identification system. The NC Forensic Science Act of 2011 requires laboratories performing forensic examinations to be accredited by a recognized laboratory accrediting agency. The CSI/ Forensic Services (FS) section of the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office (CCSO) earned the ISO/IEC 17020:2012 laboratory accreditation issued by the ANSI/ASQ National Accreditation Board/ANAB in 2016. Once hired the LPE may be provided a take home vehicle provided the applicant has an acceptable driving record.
Crime Lab Unit Manager (Forensic Biology/DNA) - Broward County, Florida Sheriff's Office
Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to manage the technical operations within the Crime Lab of the Broward Sheriff's Office. Position is responsible for the implementation, maintenance and improvements of policies and procedures within their perspective units. Position oversees the validation of new analytical procedures, training, quality control and safety programs within the lab. As an American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors - Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB - International) accredited laboratory, employees must adhere to accreditation standards encompassing extensive case documentation, validation of procedures, technical and administrative review of reports and case notes. Employees in this classification are required to manage and participate in proficiency testing, courtroom testimony monitoring, continued technical training, quality audits, and accreditation inspections by ASCLD/LAB - International or other accrediting bodies. Employees perform specialized technical and scientific work in the application of advanced laboratory techniques in one (1) or more assigned areas of analysis under the supervision of the Crime Lab Director. Position is responsible for formal reporting and testifying to findings of such analysis. Performs related work as directed.
Forensic Laboratory Specialist II - Oakland County, Michigan Sheriff's Department
Under general supervision, performs technical work in the Sheriff's Office Forensic Science Laboratory. Collects evidence at crime scenes and analyzes evidence in the laboratory. Prepares laboratory reports of examinations and testifies to reports in courts of law. Takes and prints photographs to document laboratory examinations and crime scenes. May be assigned to a day, afternoon or midnight shift, including some weekend work and may be assigned for specific periods to on-call duty for emergencies occurring during a non-duty shift. Utilizes current county-wide and/or department specific software to complete assignments.
Fingerprint Examiner - Gemalto
As a Fingerprint Examiner (Minutiae Analyst) for the Government team, you will work part-time to examine processed live-scanned fingerprints and evaluate their quality for retention in the client Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). You will improve the quality and integrity of digitized computer images through enhancement of fingerprint details and system encoding, perform examinations and comparisons between newly-acquired search fingerprints and existing database fingerprints to determine positive identification, prepare reports on the types and quantities of fingerprints processed and their results and perform related duties as assigned. You will be required to work a bi-weekly alternating schedule: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm on Thursday and Friday one week; 8:00 am - 4:30 pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the next week.
Crime Scene Investigator - DeKalb County, Georgia Police Department
The purpose of this classification is to process crime scenes for the Police department.
Forensic Examiner (DNA 3) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To perform independent routine to complex technical examinations of evidence to include DNA analyses. Responsible for conducting specialized analytical procedures, conducting examination of evidence, and providing reports. Responsible for providing direction and guidance to less experienced DNA examiners.
Forensic Examiner (DNA 1) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To perform independent routine to moderately complex technical examinations of evidence to include DNA analyses. Responsible for conducting specialized analytical procedures, conducting examination of evidence, and providing reports.
Forensic Examiner (Latent Print 3) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To perform independent routine to complex technical examinations of evidence through the processing of materials for latent prints, recovery of latent prints, examinations, visualizing/recording of latent prints, examining and comparing latent prints in a forensic laboratory. Responsible for providing direction and guidance to less experienced latent examiners.
Forensic Examiner (Latent Print 1) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To perform independent routine technical examinations of evidence through the processing of materials for latent prints, recovery of latent prints, visualizing/recording of latent prints, and examining and comparing latent prints to known fingerprints (or other latent prints) in a forensic laboratory.
Forensic Chemist 2 - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To independently perform routine to moderately complex technical examination analysis.
Laboratory Manager/Theater Liaison - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To provide technical and non-technical expertise and project management oversite in support of global Department of Defense (DoD) forensics and biometrics requirements.
Latent Print Examiner - Brevard County, Florida Sheriff's Office
The purpose of the class is to analyze, compare and evaluate fingerprints and latent prints. The class is responsible for fingerprint and latent print examinations and issue reports with the result of the examinations. The class works within a general outline of work to be performed under general supervision. examinations of a wide-variety of materials using one or more specialized forensic science disciplines.
Forensic Examiner (Firearms and Tool Marks) - Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU)
To perform all aspects of firearms and tool marks examinations; stays abreast of the latest research to determine the best analytical methods to examine evidence; conducts examinations of highly complex and unique evidence; and composes a variety of reports and scientific papers. Initiates, performs and oversees examinations of a wide-variety of materials using one or more specialized forensic science disciplines.
NIBIN Technician - Houston Forensic Science Center, Inc.
The primary job duties of the NIBIN Technician are to process firearms and firearms related evidence as part of the organization's ballistic imaging program.
Forensic Firearm and Toolmark Examiner/Laboratory Management Mentor - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
Serve as senior consultant to the local Afghan firearm and toolmark examiners on questions of classification, quality control, identifications, and other technical matters concerning firearm and toolmark examination. Serve as instructor and mentor to new and current local Afghan firearm and toolmark personnel. Work with and assist the other mentors (Chemical Exam, Document and Media Exploitation and Latent Print) to achieve and maintain a high level of productivity. Review, develop and implement internal and external operational procedures to enhance overall forensic program effectiveness. Interact and confer with Afghan military, police and other related program personnel to identify, develop, refine and implement adequate operational processes and procedures. Identify current and future supply, equipment, and personnel needs. Identify training needs. Periodically review (QC) output to ensure accuracy and integrity. Verify and or confirm firearm and toolmark identifications.
Forensic Case Manager - Ideal Innovations, Inc.
The Forensic Case Manager will conduct organized assessments and evaluations to understand and/or evaluate complex issues to inform decision making, policy development, system development, management, or administration of lab processes. Ensure compliance with policies and procedures relating to storage and disposal of evidence. Maintain chain of custody. Monitor the movement and handling of lab equipment throughout the facility. Maintain, update, file, and efficiently track lab case records throughout the entire workflow from case inception to completion. Ensure customers are provided final reports and results in a timely manner. Track and manage lab metrics. Answer requests for information. Disseminate reports and other duties as needed.
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