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Author Topic: SENIOR CRIMINALIST-Firearm Examiner needed in Ft. Worth, Texas  (Read 2434 times)

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Offline srgarrison

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SENIOR CRIMINALIST-Firearm Examiner needed in Ft. Worth, Texas
« on: October 27, 2010, 12:09:13 PM »
Performs advanced-level lab professional duties on a day-to-day basis to achieve short- and long-term goals of the Crime Lab.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
1. Performs advanced sophisticated collection, analysis and evaluation of evidence utilizing standardized and industry acceptable techniques
2. Reports results to agencies
3. Performs routine preventative maintenance on equipment and quality control procedures
4. Maintains sufficient inventory of supplies needed for workload in a timely manner
5. Conducts education instruction on lab procedures used by the County
6. May participate in independent research
7. May provide technical assistance to law enforcement agencies
8. May recommend changes to lab procedures.
9. Prepares written reports and prepared to testify at court proceedings
10. Prepares monthly or special reports of activities
11. Trains or ensures training of work group in laboratory procedures
12. Performs other related duties involved in the operation of the Medical Examiner's Office as assigned or required

Minimum Requirements:
To apply, must have a Masterís degree or higher + five (5) full-time years of related work experience
To apply
, must have a Bachelorís degree + seven (7) full-time years of related work experience.
Note:  Preference will be given to applicants with life science and forensic science degrees.

To apply, must have direct experience as a court-qualified expert in firearms and toolmark examination.

How to apply:  On-line application at



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