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Forensic Scientist (DNA) - Biological Sciences - Forensic Investigation Center, New York State Police
Nine (9) Positions

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Closing date: January 31, 2018

 

Posted: 01/12/18  


Criminalist III-DNA Technical Leader - San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department

 

 

Criminalist III-DNA Technical Leader performs the more complex Criminalist III duties of DNA analysis and review of DNA casework, in addition to accountability for DNA laboratory quality assurance requirements; responsibility includes methods and procedures, technical problem solving, and technical oversight of the DNA laboratory, in accordance with the FBI DNA Quality Assurance Standards for Forensic DNA Testing Laboratories, Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), and the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors - Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD-LAB) requirements. 

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/sanbernardino/jobs/1939182/criminalist-iii-dna-technical-leader

Recruitment is continuous until filled.

Posted: 01/12/18  

 


Forensic Toxicologist/Chemist I - Augusta, Maine
Salary: $33,987.20 - $45,822.40/yr. Does not include 10% stipend

 

 

This position is in the Forensic Chemistry Section of the State of Maine’s Health and Environmental Testing Laboratory.  The selected individual will perform complex analytical procedures to determine the presence and quantity of alcohol and other drugs in biological samples (blood and urine) and maintain, troubleshoot and repair specialized instrumentation including GC/MS, GC-headspace, and LC-MS/MS. You will interpret and evaluate analytical results for reporting purposes. You will review and evaluate case contents to ensure work is scientifically valid and meets all laboratory requirements. You will prepare written reports, and testify as an expert witness in legal proceedings.  Specific details and qualification are outlined in the state job posting which can be found at:http://www.maine.gov/tools/whatsnew/index.php?topic=dhhs_direct_hire_jobs&id=773729&v=dhhs

Applications are available at: www.maine.gov/dhhs/jobs

Posted 12/18/17  


Forensic Chemist II - Control Substance, Rochester, NY
Salary: $45,146 - $57,257 annually

Description of Duties
This is a technical position in the Department of Public Safety, County Crime Laboratory responsible for conducting laboratory tests and procedures for the examination and analysis of controlled substances or chemicals gathered as evidence.  This position differs from Forensic Chemist III - Controlled Substances in that it handles more complex examinations and cases, and has increased independence.  The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of, a Forensic Chemist I - Controlled Substances, or other higher level staff member.  Does related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications
EITHER: (A)  Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in a natural science, a forensic science, an engineering science, or criminalistics including or supplemented by at least twelve (12) semester credit hours or its equivalent in chemistry at the graduate or undergraduate level, plus one (1) year of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in a forensic laboratory conducting chemical analysis; OR, (B)  Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in a natural science, a forensic science, an engineering science, or criminalistics including or supplemented by at least twelve (12) semester credit hours or its equivalent in chemistry, plus two (2) years of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in a forensic laboratory conducting chemical analysis; OR, (C)  An equivalent combination of education and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above.

To apply visit: https://cs.monroecounty.gov/hrapply/apply/view/3358 

Posted 11/25/17


Forensic Biologist II - Rochester, NY
Salary: $45,146 - $57,257 annually

Description of Duties
This is a technical position in the Department of Public Safety, County Crime Laboratory, responsible for collecting evidence, performing chemical and microscopic analyses of unknown substances and evidentiary material required in criminal investigations including blood, saliva, semen, perspiration, and other specimens.  Work is performed using deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and related serological technologies.  Duties include preparing and presenting findings in written reports and serving as an expert witness in court.  Work involves the use and maintenance of sophisticated modern laboratory apparatus.  All work is performed in accordance with Federal and State accreditation requirements and departmental procedure manuals and guidelines.  The Forensic Biologist II differs from Forensic Biologist I as it performs less complex analyses, receives extensive on-the-job training in the specialized areas of forensic biology and DNA analysis, and/or lacks supervisory responsibility of a technical staff.  Incumbents may be required to serve as the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) administrator.  The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of, a Forensic Biologist I or other higher level staff member.  Does related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications
EITHER: (A)  Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Master’s degree in a natural science, a forensic science, an engineering science, or criminalistics including or supplemented by at least nine (9) semester credit hours or its equivalent in coursework consisting of statistics/population genetics, biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology as primary content*, and one (1) year of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in a forensic laboratory performing biological and DNA analysis; OR, (B)  Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in a natural science, a forensic science, an engineering science, or criminalistics including or supplemented by at least nine (9) semester credit hours or its equivalent in coursework consisting of statistics/population genetics, biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology as primary content*, and two (2) years of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in a forensic laboratory performing biological and DNA analysis; OR, (C)  An equivalent combination of education and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above.

*Statistics/population genetics, biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology must be the primary component of the classes or courses; coursework completed with titles other than those listed may demonstrate compliance through submission of a student transcript, letter from a university professor verifying course content, or a course syllabus.  The DNA training program previously offered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory, with graduate credit hours from the University of Virginia, may be applied toward the molecular biology coursework requirement associated with this standard.  Statistics/population genetics training or coursework may be satisfied through internal or external mechanisms.  

NOTE: Minimum academic qualifications are mandated by the FBI.

To apply visit: https://cs.monroecounty.gov/hrapply/apply/view/3359

Posted 11/20/17


Forensic Biologist III - Rochester, NY
Salary: $38,969 - $49,422 annually

Description of Duties
This is an entry level technical position in the Department of Public Safety, County Crime Laboratory, responsible for collecting evidence, and performing chemical and microscopic analyses of unknown substances and evidentiary material required in criminal investigations.  Analyses is performed on blood, saliva, semen, perspiration, and other related specimens.  Work involves use and routine maintenance of sophisticated laboratory equipment.  Work is reviewed and supervised by Forensic Biologists I and/or II.  This position differs from Forensic Biologist II in that this is an entry level position and the performance of less complex analyses.  The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of, a Forensic Biologist I or other higher level staff member.  Staff supervision is not a responsibility.  Does related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications
EITHER: (A)  Graduation from a New York State registered or regionally accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree or higher in a natural science, a forensic science, an engineering science, or criminalistics, including or supplemented by at least nine (9) semester credit hours or its equivalent in coursework consisting of statistics/population genetics, biochemistry, genetics, and molecular biology as primary content* and one (1) year of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience in a forensic laboratory that performs identification and evaluation of biological evidence in criminal matters conducting  biological and DNA analysis; OR, (B)  Satisfactory completion of one (1) year as a Forensic Trainee, with Biology/DNA specialty.

*Statistics/population genetics, biochemistry, genetics and molecular biology must be the primary component of the classes or courses; coursework completed with titles other than those listed may demonstrate compliance through submission of a student transcript, letter from a university professor verifying course content, or a course syllabus.  The DNA training program previously offered by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Laboratory, with graduate credit hours from the University of Virginia, may be applied toward the molecular biology coursework requirement associated with this standard.  Statistics/population genetics training or coursework may be satisfied through internal or external mechanisms.

To Apply: https://cs.monroecounty.gov/hrapply/apply/view/3356

Posted 11/20/17


Assistant/Associate Professor in Forensic Science Department - University of New Haven Tenure Track Faculty Position

The successful candidate will be expected to teach course work in both the undergraduate and graduate forensic science programs at UNH.  Some of these courses will be consistent with the faculty member’s area of expertise, and other course will be general courses such as Survey of Forensic Science.  In addition, this candidate must be competent in advising and mentoring students at various levels including both undergraduate and graduate level thesis projects.   Research and professional development are key elements of this position as well.

Qualifications
Minimum requirement is a Ph.D. in natural sciences or some closely related forensic science discipline.  Preferred areas of interest may include DNA, Molecular Biology, Forensic Biology, Instrumental Analysis, or Biostatistics.  Practical experience and courtroom testimony is very important.

Other Information
The University of New Haven is home to one of the oldest and most well respected forensic science programs in the United States.  Our graduates are located in forensic science laboratories throughout the US and abroad.  We have newly renovated lab space as well as the recent addition of a high-tech Henry Lee Institute of Forensic Science facility.  Modern equipment, including various DNA analysis platforms, SEM, XRD, Raman Spectroscopy, GC/MS, LEEDS comparison microscopy, etc. are available for teaching and research.

Review of applications will begin immediately.  The position is open until filled.  The anticipated start date is September 1, 2018.

How to Apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and curriculum vitae to Search #17-52F, University of New Haven, 300 Boston Post Road, West haven, CT 06516, or via email to .  Please include the Search #17-52F in the subject line of the email in order to ensure proper delivery.  For additional information, feel free to contact Search Committee Chair, David San Pietro, at , phone no. (203)479-4598.

Posted 11/20/17


NYC Department of Health/Mental Hygiene - Deputy Director of Forensic Investigations
Job ID 313030, TitleCodeNo 95497 Level M2 Title Classification Non-Competitive
Proposed Salary Range $60,435.00-$135,000.00(Annual) 

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person.  We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.  The core values of the OCME are to put the mission of the agency first, to be truly dedicated and to have integrity in every aspect of our professional life.  

Job Description
Under the oversight of the Deputy Commissioner of Forensic Operations and the direction of the Director of Forensic Investigations, the Deputy Director of Forensic Investigations is responsible for assisting with the supervision of city-wide operations of Forensic Investigations, and with multiple fatality incident operations planning. Supervises the medicolegal investigators directly and performs all related supervisory tasks, evaluations, and training assignments. The Deputy Director should be a proactive, self-motivated individual who can work cooperatively across technical disciplines. The Director must have excellent human transaction skills that are necessary to work effectively with large number of technical teams to conduct medicolegal investigations, to create integrated plans and standard operating procedures. The Deputy Director will be responsible for a wide range of activities, including, but not limited to, the following: Supervises, evaluates and develops the forensic investigations teams and their forensic operations. Supervises and helps improve the systems, plans, policies, and procedures in the forensic investigations unit with attention to detail logistics and anticipates the potential system -wide impacts. Investigates missing person inquiries submitted to the agency.  Assists families and Medical Examiners with the decedent identification process and complete identifications using the agency’s case management system.  Will be required to work in all five borough offices as needed.  Translates office policies and directives into operating procedures and methods.  Implements standards of work performance through education and training.  Implements quality assurance and controls.  Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualification Requirements
A New York State license as a Physician Assistant with current Registration Certificate issued by New York State, plus two years of experience as a Physician Assistant and two years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator; OR A current Nurse Practitioner Registration Certificate issued by New York State, plus two year of experience as a Nurse Practitioner and two years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator; OR Five years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator.

Special Note
Selected candidates will be required to provide a DNA sample by swabbing.  Selected candidate would be willing to seek the American Board of Medicolegal Investigations (ABMDI) Registry within 12 months of employment.  This position has been identified as “essential.” During emergency events, “essential” positions may require 24-hour availability.

To Apply
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov JOB ID#313030

Posted 11/18/17


NYC Department of Health/Mental Hygiene - Director of Forensic Investigations
Job ID 313052, TitleCodeNo 95496 Level M2 Title Classification Non-Competitive
Proposed Salary Range $60,435.00-$146,276.00(Annual) 

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person.
We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.  The core values of the OCME are to put the mission of the agency first, to be truly dedicated and to have integrity in every aspect of our professional life.

Job Description
Under the executive direction of the Chief Medical Examiner and task direction of the Deputy Commissioner of Forensic Operations the Director of Forensic Investigations directs, plans, develops policies and procedures for medicolegal all investigations. Directly supervises the Deputy Directors of Forensic Investigations as well directs all medicolegal investigation operations. The Director is a decision engine for all medicolegal investigations, with proactive planning and solutions focused approach to management. The Director is self-motivated individual who can work across technical disciplines to create integrated plans, standard operating procedures, and operational teams. The Director will be responsible for a wide range of activities, including, but not limited to, the following: Directs, manages and oversees, all operational systems of assigned areas of responsibility; including all functions within forensic investigations; Medicolegal Investigations, Identifications, and Outreach Investigations.  Develops systems, writes plans, analyzes and creates policies, and procedures with attention to detail, logistics and system -wide impact for the Director of Forensic Investigations.  Directs Investigations of missing person inquiries submitted to the agency.  Oversees service to families and Medical Examiners with the decedent identification process and complete identifications using the agency’s case management system.  Oversees all work in all five borough offices and deploys to all boroughs as needed.  Communications agency policies and directives into operating procedures and methods for the forensic investigations operations.  Directs and oversees standards of work performance through education and training.  Develops and manages quality assurance and quality controls processes.  Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualification Requirements
A New York State license as a Physician Assistant with current Registration Certificate issued by New York State, plus two years of experience as a Physician Assistant and two years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator; OR A current Nurse Practitioner Registration Certificate issued by New York State, plus two year of experience as a Nurse Practitioner and two years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator; OR Five years of experience as a Medicolegal Investigator.

Preferred Skills
Successful candidates should possess the following: Experience managing a large, diverse staff.  Conflict resolution skills.  Strong computer skills including Word, and Excel.  Must be highly organized and possess excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills. 

Special Note
Selected candidates will be required to provide a DNA sample by swabbing.  Selected candidate would be willing to seek the American Board of Medicolegal Investigations (ABMDI) Registry within 12 months of employment.  This position has been identified as “essential.” During emergency events, “essential” positions may require 24-hour availability.

To Apply
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov JOB ID #313052

Posted 11/18/17


Office of Chief Medical Examiner
Forensic Mortuary Technician (9 positions) Title Code No: 52040, JOB ID #310240
Salary: $52,604 (Hiring Rate), $71,388 (Maximum Salary)

Hours/Shift: Thirty-five hours over a seven day period; may work evenings and will work weekends.

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner investigates cases of persons who die within New York City from criminal violence, by accident, by suicide, suddenly when in apparent health, when unattended by a physician, in a correctional facility or in any suspicious or unusual manner or where an application is made pursuant to law for a permit to cremate a body of a person. We exist to provide answers in support of families, victims and community during times of profound need.

Job Description
The core values of the OCME are to put the mission of the agency first, to be truly dedicated and to have integrity in every aspect of our professional life Under the direction of the Deputy Director of Mortuary Services, oversees the activities of the mortuaries under the auspices of the Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME); performs related work.  Typical tasks include the following: Completes complex and varied tasks required to assist a medical exmainer in an autopsy exam. Assists medical examiners with all aspects of the postmortem examination including evisceration, dissection and restoration of the body. Coordinates with faculty to support the training of fellows, residents, medical students, and other personnel. Works with medical examiners and pathology coordinators to arrange and assist with specialized examinations (ie. Neuropath & cardiopathology). Performs advanced fingerprint and identification techniques. Coordinates with mortuary offices to support operations and resolve problems; when on site or from a central location coordinates with mortuary supervisors or other appropriate staff concerning problems requiring immediate resolution. Coordinates with senior pathology and mortuary staff to resolve issues related to the recovery, and transport of decedents, as well as case oversight of check-in /case check out, resolves problems or issues with CMS; works with funeral directors on release of decedents to their care; works with the Tour Commander to coordinate death scene investigations and with recovery of decedents. Oversees the work of mortuary staff, motor vehicle operators, and auxiliary staff; holds staff meetings as needed to resolve mortuary issues and develop and implement procedures; evaluates staff performance. Works with management to develop autopsy and mortuary SOPs. Liaises with 3rd party (i.e. HHC and NYU) autopsy services. Verifies recorded information in CMS (i.e. personal property). Works with the Medical Investigator in-charge or Tour Commander to resolve assignment or case related issues city-wide, ensuring smooth and effective operations. Assists in signing in/out decedents during “off hours” at any of our three borough mortuary offices.. Reports to accident locations involving agency staff/vehicles and to death scenes as needed. Coordinates City Burial operations as needed. Liaises with NYPD, FDNY, NYCEM, etc as needed.” Handles any administrative issues that arise involving the agency and communicates with leadership as necessary for direction. Prepares reports and keeps records.Liaises with Health and Safety Officer. Required to operate a motor vehicle. Perform Mortuary equipment maintenance and accountability. Ensure the autopsy suites and mortuary areas are properly stocked. Ensure that the autopsy suites are operationally prepared at all times. Performs other duties as required.

Qualification Requirements
A four year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and one year of full-time satisfactory experience in mortuary and autopsy work.  For Assignment to Level II: In addition to meeting the “Qualification Requirements” described above, to be assigned to Assignment Level II candidates must have one additional year of the experience described above, for a total of two years of experience.  For Assignment to Level III: In addition to meeting the “Qualification Requirements” described above, to be assigned to Assignment Level III candidates must have three additional year of the experience as described above, for a total of four years of experience; two years of the experience must have been in a supervisory capacity, e.g., at Assignment Level II.

License Requirement
A motor vehicle driver license valid in the state of New York may be required for certain assignments. If required, this license must be maintained for the duration of employment.

Special Note
Selected candidates will be required to provide a DNA sample by swabbing.  This position has been identified as “essential.” During emergency events, “essential” positions may require 24-hour availability.

Preferred Skills
Successful candidates should possess the following: death scene investigations expertise, post mortem care specialist, demonstrated skills in Microsoft Outlook and Word processing and spreadsheet applications; ability to provide support to staff when issues arise relating to CMS; must be highly organized and possess excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills and have supervisory experience covering multiple disciplines.

Application   
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to: https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov   

Posted 10/24/17


Chemist Trainee - Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, Jersey City, NJ

This position is in a Controlled Dangerous Substances laboratory.  Under close supervision, as a trainee and productive worker, works in a specialized field requiring the application of chemical principles; learns to make routine chemical analyses and tests (or learns to perform the various research and testing activities of the assigned area) in the laboratory and in the field; does other related work

Examples of Work
Note: The examples of work for this title are for illustrative purposed only. A particular position using this title may not perform all duties listed in this job specification. Conversely, all duties performed on the job may not be listed.  Under close supervision, as trainee and productive worker: Learns to conduct routine testing and analysis work on water, sewage, industrial waste and other sources to determine conformance with established standards. Learns to Identify and analyze substances found in water, wastewater, food, pharmaceuticals and other sources; evaluates the validity of results. Learns to use specialized laboratory equipment to examine substances, identify materials, measure quantities and evaluate properties of elements and compounds. Learns to perform qualitative and quantitative organic constituent analysis using approved methods of ion and gas chromatography (GC) and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS). Analyzes food, environmental (water, air, soil, etc.), chemical and physiological (blood, urine, tissue, sputum, etc.) samples, including determinations of trace metals, pesticides, volatile organics, ammonia, chlorides, nitrites, nitrates, dissolved oxygen, oxygen depletion, color, order turbidity, pharmaceutical, drugs of abuse and clinical parameters. Analyzes and identifies the origin and nature of materials sent to the laboratory.  Operates the infrared and ultra-violet spectrophotometer, the X- ray diffraction unit and the spectrograph.  Develops spectrograph plates.  Reads the spectra lines in the densitometer.  Tests toxicological specimens to show the ingestion of poison and lethal amounts of poison.  Conducts physical tests and measurements.  Photographs distance appreciations, impact molds, and tool marks; draws reproductions.  Assists in preparing detailed reports for presentation in court by police enforcement agencies.  Assists in preparing standard laboratory reports.  Analyzes pigments, phthalic anhydride, saponification number, iodine number, viscosity, weight per gallon, reflectance, gloss, grind, volatile, non-volatile, brush out, and other tests of paints, varnishes and raw materials.  Makes flagging, ultra-violet and weight tests of paint brushes.  Analyzes cloth for thread count, shrinkage and tensile strength.  Analyzes the softness, tear strength, absorbency and basic weight of paper.  Analyzes coal for volatile, B.T.U. ash, sulphur and moisture content.  Analyzes sponges, chamois leathers, soaps, metal tableware, filing cabinets, desks, pencils, ballpoint pens, salt, vehicle stickers, stockings and other items.  Analyzes the composition of feeds and fertilizers for proper ratios of components and the determination of possible adulteration of contamination.  Administers tests required for the diagnosis of livestock diseases.  Analyzes various types of food, milk and water samples.  Analyzes the chemical content of drugs and medications.  Analyzes the presence of contaminants and/or adulterants in food, milk, water and drugs.  Collects water samples.   May learn to conduct bacteriological (microbiological) analysis for coliform, fecal streptococcus, staphylococcus and pseudomonas.   May troubleshoot, diagnose problems, or make minor adjustments to laboratory instruments and equipment.  Analyzes body fluids and prepares reports.  Prepares clear, technical, accurate and concise reports of chemical, micro-chemical, and other laboratory examinations and analyses containing findings, conclusions and recommendations.  Prepares standardized and other reagents as may be required.  Maintains records and files.  Will be required to learn to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.  

Requirements
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in any natural or physical science, including or supplemented by twenty-four (24) semester hour credits in chemistry, including a minimum of six (6) semester hour credits in analytical chemistry.  License: Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform essential duties of the position.

Knowledge and Abilities
Knowledge of the chemical science, including laboratory equipment, media, reagents, supplies and their use.  Knowledge of the procedures used when performing and interpreting chemical tests and analyses of materials in the laboratory and in the field after a period of training. Knowledge of the precautions to be taken when recording and interpreting the results of chemical analyses.  Knowledge of the correct way to handle and operate laboratory equipment and supplies after a period of training.  Ability to follow standards and established procedures when conducting chemical tests and analyses.  Ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written directions, analyze chemistry and laboratory problems, and develop appropriate work methods.  Ability to learn and to apply knowledge gained in the in-service training program.  Ability to prepare standard and special reagents.  Ability to develop current and/or revised laboratory and investigational procedures.  Ability to perform assigned research and to prepare clear, sound, accurate and informative reports containing findings, conclusions and recommendations.  Ability to learn physical testing and measurements, distance appreciations, photography and prepare impact molds and tool marks.  Ability to prepare drawings for presentation in court.  Ability to prepare detailed reports for presentation in court by law enforcement agencies.  Ability to provide testimony in court concerning the results of laboratory examinations and analyses.  Ability to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the agency, office, or related units.  Ability to read, write, understand and communicate in English sufficiently to perform duties of this position. American Sign Language or Braille may also be considered as acceptable forms of communication.  Persons with mental or physical disabilities are eligible as long as they can perform essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.  If the accommodation cannot be made because it would cause the employer undue hardship, such persons may not be eligible

Advancement
Applicants who successfully complete the 12-month training period will be eligible for advancement to the title among the following for which they have been trained: Chemist; Chemist (Research); Forensic Chemist under Civil Service Commission procedures.  The inability of an employee to attain a level of performance warranting advancement to a title listed above shall be considered as cause for separation.

Please email resume and cover letter to Kaitlin Farrell at 

Posted 10/18/17


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