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County of Los Angeles: Criminalist
Salary: $5,492.64 - $6,823.36 Monthly, $65,911.68 - $81,880.32 Annually 

Performs physical and chemical analyses required in forensic investigations.

Positions allocable to this entry level class typically report to a Supervising Criminalist and work under close supervision and guidance in each section of a forensic science or criminalistics laboratory, receiving work of a progressively responsible nature and of broadening scope as capability develops and complete familiarity with all phases of laboratory analysicharacterized by their participation in an extensive, mandatory in-service training program designed to teach the techniques and procedures used in forensic science or criminalistic laboratories and through on-the-job training, prepare incumbents for higher level criminalistic positions. Incumbents are required to respond to crime scenes at any time during their assigned shift, as well as during off duty hours, and will be required to testify in court regarding their analyses. s is gained. Incumbents in this class are characterized by their participation in an extensive, mandatory in-service training program designed to teach the techniques and procedures used in forensic science or criminalistic laboratories and through on-the-job training, prepare incumbents for higher level criminalistic positions. Incumbents are required to respond to crime scenes at any time during their assigned shift, as well as during off duty hours, and will be required to testify in court regarding their analyses.

Requirements
A Bachelor's degree* from an accredited college with specialization in criminalistics, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or a closely related scientific field, including at least eight semester hours of general chemistry and three semester hours of quantitative analysis.

Applications
Please visit http://hr.lacounty.gov and reference Position #R4333C CRIMINALIST.

Department Contact Name: Olga Arteaga; Department Contact Phone: (213) 351-2936; Department Contact Email:

Posted 03/13/17


The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI): Forensic Biologist (Crime Lab Scientist)
https://gbi.georgia.gov/employment-opportunities

Responsibilities
Under supervision perform analytical procedures related to DNA analysis of biological samples for the GBI Crime Lab. Performs DNA analyses of physiological fluids for the purpose of identification and individualization. The type of material typically examined includes, but is not limited to semen and saliva collected at crime scenes or from articles of physical evidence.

Qualifications 
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university w/a major in biology or chemistry that included the successful completion of 40 semester hours (or 60 quarter hours) of related major course work. Major course work must include the successful completion of nine cumulative semester hours (or equivalent quarter hours) in the following required subject areas:  Biochemistry, Genetics, and Molecular Biology.

Application
To apply applicants must submit: (2) State of Georgia applications and (2) copies of college transcripts (unofficial or official are accepted) to: Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Attn: Office of Human Resources, P.O. Box 370808, Decatur, GA 30037-0808.

Posted 03/08/17


County of Los Angeles: Physician Specialist (Pathology - Forensic Specialty)
Salary: S17,607 - 22,305 monthly

Applications may be filed online at: http://hr.lacounty.gov Position R5476A

Positions allocable to this class report to a Chief Physician and provide specialized medical services which requires completion of an approved residency in Forensic Pathology. The Physician Specialist, M.D. performs the full range of professional level work including autopsy procedures, determining cause of death, assessing signs of illness or injury, reviewing laboratory and radiological data, and directing forensic technicians in autopsy procedures. The position is responsible for training and/or assisting in the training of physicians assigned to residency or fellowship programs.Incumbents are required to exercise knowledge of departmental policies and procedures and to actively demonstrate skills typically associated with Forensic Pathology.

Department Contact Name: Olga Arteaga Department Contact Phone: (213) 351-2936 Department Contact Email:

Posted 02/28/17


County of Los Angeles: Chief Forensic Laboratories
Salary: $120455.28 - 182318.88 annually

Applications may be filed online at http://hr.lacounty.gov     Position number:R4358A 

The one position allocable to this class reports to the Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner and is responsible for providing technical and administrative direction, through subordinate supervisors, to personnel in the Forensic Science Laboratory engaged in receiving, processing, analyzing, and interpreting of evidence. The incumbent of this position must exercise knowledge of supervisory, organizational, and administrative principles, operations, forecasting and planning, budget development and administration, and personnel and employee relations principles in order to plan, organize, and direct the operations of the division. This position also requires that the incumbent be thoroughly familiar with sections of the Government Code pertaining to the Coroner's responsibilities and those provisions of the California Penal Code and the laws governing the rules of evidence sufficient to provide technical direction to subordinates.

Department Contact Name: Olga Arteaga Department Contact Phone: (213) 351-2936 Department Contact Email:

Posted 02/28/17


Department: Mitotyping Technologies A Division of Health Network Laboratories
Forensic DNA Analyst
State College, PA

Mitotyping Technologies (MT) is seeking applicants for the position of Forensic DNA Analyst to work in our expanding Forensics Division. Our laboratories were established to provide accurate, reliable, affordable and confidential DNA analysis of human biological samples.  MT-FIL is a Division of Health Network Laboratories. 


Duties include but are not limited to: Accessioning of forensic evidence, screening for the presence of blood and semen, extraction, quantitation, amplification, loading genetic analyzers (310, 3130 and 3500xL), statistical analysis, reporting, expert witness testimony, quality control of reagents, instrument maintenance, validation studies and administrative support to the forensic team.


Minimum educational requirements include a BA or BS degree in biology, chemistry, forensic science, or related area. Qualified candidates must meet the FBI’s Quality Assurance Standards for a technical analyst/examiner (Standard 5.4) with successful completion of coursework in Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular Biology, and Statistics and/or Population Genetics. 
Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 3 years of experience within an ASCLD/LAB/ANAB accredited laboratory, including all aspects of routine STR casework processing.  

Please apply online at www.healthnetworklabs.com or send resume to

Posted 02/28/17


Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio
Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Forensic Sciences

Ohio Northern University invites applications for a tenure-track position in Biological Sciences - Forensic Sciences at the rank of Assistant Professor. Position includes instruction of forensic courses to forensic biology majors, molecular biology majors, and criminal justice option students, and introductory biology students. Demonstrated potential for undergraduate teaching, along with conducting research involving undergraduates, faculty and staff. The successful candidate will teach courses in forensic science and assist in teaching introductory biology classes. They will mentor and include students in their personal research program, as well as guide them in student research. The candidate is required to develop new internship associations and monitor students during their senior capstone. Academic advising and participation in faculty governance is expected. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated excellence in teaching at the college level and research experience with undergraduates. The minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in forensic science and research experience in a field of forensic science. Apply to - https://jobs.onu.edu/postings/4646.  Review of applications will commence on January 30, 2017; however, this position will remain open until filled.

Posted: 12/16/16


Massachusetts State Police Crime Lab
Trace Evidence Supervisor
Salary 62,601.24 - 88,614.24 yearly

https://massanf.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=160008OZ

Posted: 12/14/16


Orau, Ft Gillem, GA

Laboratory Manager/Theater Liaison Reference # 01365

Forensic Chemist 2 Reference # 01373

Forensic Examiner Latent Print 3 Reference # 01374

Forensic Examiner Latent Print 1 Reference # 01375

Forensic Examiner DNA 1 Reference # 01376

Forensic Examiner DNA 3 Reference # 01377

Forensic Examiner Firearms & Tool Marks Reference # 01378

Visit www.orau.org/careers to apply through the preferred process. If you have any questions please email .

Updated 02/21/17 Orginally Posted: 10/14/16


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