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Author Topic: Employment Opportunity- San Mateo County Sheriff  (Read 8470 times)

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Employment Opportunity- San Mateo County Sheriff
« on: April 03, 2005, 11:04:48 PM »
Employment Opportunity Form

Job Title: Firearms Technical Leader /Criminalist II

Date: March 24, 2005
Organization Name: San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Laboratory

Salary Range: $76, 044. - $95, 076.    


Posted salary includes a 5.74% pay differential above the Criminalist II level.

Qualifications / Responsibilities:   

The San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Forensic Laboratory, located in San Mateo, California, seeks a Firearms Technical Leader responsible for ensuring proper quality assurance and quality control measures relevant to firearms. This includes documentation, instrument calibration and maintenance logs; reviewing relevant casework; maintaining the NIBIN database; continuous evaluation of methods employed including an annual review of Standard Operating Procedures and proposing new and/or modified analytical procedures to be used by the Analysts. In addition, the Firearms Technical Leader is required to perform routine and more difficult firearms case assignments, both in the laboratory and in the field.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced firearms examiner dedicated to staying abreast of changes within the industry as well as a sound technical advisor and trainer who fosters teamwork and cooperation. Applicants who are active participants in the Association of Firearms and Toolmarks Examiners (AFTE) and who have pursued or are in the process of pursuing AFTE certification as a firearms examiner are strongly desired.

How to Apply:

Letters of interest and resumes will NOT be accepted in lieu of completing the required application and supplemental materials.  Apply online at or call (650) 363-4343 M-Th, 7am –7pm PST for application materials.

Application Deadline:   

April 14, 2005

Contact Name:

Cynthia Maltez
455 County Center, First Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063

Phone: (650) 363-4338

FAX: (650) 363-4219



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