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Author Topic: Firearms Examiner - Ohio BCI Richfield  (Read 17578 times)

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Offline Jon Gardner

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Firearms Examiner - Ohio BCI Richfield
« on: July 31, 2008, 01:00:03 PM »
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigation - Richfield Laboratory is currently accepting applications for a Firearms Examiner position.  Information about the position is listed below or can be accessed online at the following website address:

If you have any questions about the lab, the area or the position, I can be reached directly at 330-659-4600 x243.


Application Deadline: 8/11/08
Section and Location: BCI&I - Richfield/Firearms Unit
Bargaining Unit: 48
Civil Service Status: FOP
Work Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Salary: $21.97/hr. - $34.13/hr. - Pay Range 12
Basic Duties
Include but not limited to: conducts tests on evidence (e.g., bullets, tool marks, blood, semen or other body fluids or tissues, paints, poisons, alcohol, clothing, tire prints, fingerprints, handwriting, typewriter characteristics, check protectors, inks, paper, rubber stamps, weapons, drugs, narcotics) provided by law enforcement officers & agencies in areas of analytical expertise (e.g., firearms, tool marks, chemicals, micro-biological, latent fingerprints, handwriting analysis trace evidence & DNA); develops conclusions & formulates opinions based on sound scientific analytical processes; prepares laboratory reports for use by law enforcement personnel & courts of law; may receive, log & transport crime-related evidence. NOTE: A TRANSCRIPT MUST BE INCLUDED WHEN APPLYING FOR THIS POSITION.

Unusual Working Conditions
Exposed to caustic chemicals, explosives, odors, firearms, drugs, decomposing tissue & physiological fluids & contagious diseases. May require overnight travel.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in a directly related science (e.g., Chemistry, Biology, Forensic Science, Physics, Health Science, Medical Technology, etc.). -OR- 4 years training & experience directly related to the forensic discipline, which includes one year of college level chemistry (ten semester hours, including lab hours, or equivalent), as recognized by the Crime Lab Director. -OR- 4 years experience as a crime lab examiner in the forensic discipline may be substituted for college qualifications.

How To Apply
Attorney General employees who have worked in their current position for at least 12 months may apply by submitting a resume, internal application form, and Ohio Civil Service Application. Forms may be obtained from the Intranet or Human Resources. Completed forms must be returned to Human Resources in Columbus prior to the application deadline. For individuals who are not Attorney General employees, apply by submitting a resume and Ohio Civil Service Application via the Internet or to Human Resources, 30 East Broad Street, 15th floor, Columbus, Ohio 43215-3428 prior to the application deadline.

POSTING #: 08-02-023RP

Send your resume to: Ohio Attorney General's Office
Human Resources
30 East Broad Street
16th Floor
Columbus, Ohio   43215-3428 


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