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Author Topic: Firearm & Toolmark Examiner - Roanoke, Virginia  (Read 4021 times)

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Offline Wendy Gibson

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Firearm & Toolmark Examiner - Roanoke, Virginia
« on: October 31, 2012, 04:07:50 PM »
Virginia Department of Forensic Science, Roanoke Lab, currently has an opening AND is desiging a new facility and will be expanding our staff.   We may consider an indiviudal that is currently in a training program.   If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Wendy Gibson ( / 540-283-5932)   You will need to apply for the position on-line:   Forensic Scientist (Firearms & Toolmarks)       Hiring Range: $49,156 - $82,235     Job Description: The Virginia Department of Forensic Science is seeking a qualified applicant to serve as a Firearms & Toolmarks examiner in the Western Regional Laboratory, located in Roanoke, Virginia. The Forensic Scientist is responsible to examine, compare and evaluate a wide variety of items such as various firearms, unfired ammunition, fired components, clothing, tools and objects bearing toolmarks. Testify in courts of law as experts on examinations performed. Work with examiners, officials and law enforcement personnel during analytical examinations to support criminal investigations. Job requires some travel.        Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; experience as a Forensic Scientist qualified in firearm & toolmark examinations; experience testifying in court as an expert in the field; successful completion of a documented training program and/or demonstration of competency; ability to work independently, set priorities and work efficiently, keep accurate records, accurately analyze, interpret data and develop conclusions; ability to precisely explain and defend scientific results both verbally and in writing; knowledge of laboratory safety and QA/QC procedures; valid driver's license and/or other means of reliable transportation. Applicants should be prepared for oral and/or practical examinations during the interview.        Preferred Qualifications: Experience using the NIBIN network; membership in and/or certification by AFTE; experience working in an accredited forensic science laboratory; and familiarity with ASCLD/LAB accreditation criteria.        Special Requirements: SELECTED CANDIDATE MUST PROVIDE A DNA SAMPLE VIA A BUCCAL SWAB (SALIVA SAMPLE), BE FINGERPRINTED, AND PASS A BACKGROUND SECURITY CHECK       
Wendy Gibson
VA Dept. of Forensic Science
(540) 283-5932


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