|Department||State Bureau of Investigation|
|Date Opened||1/9/2013 3:30:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||1/23/2013 11:59:00 PM|
|Full or Part Time||
This position is in the Latent Evidence Unit located at the OSBI Forensic Science Center in Edmond.
MAJOR WORK DUTIES:
1. Chemically process evidence for latent print development.
2. Comparison of latent prints to known inked prints; manually and by AFIS operation.
3. Comparison of shoe and tire impression evidence.
4. Process crime scenes when requested.
5. Issue analytical reports and testifies to results.
Successful applicants must be willing to submit to a drug screen, polygraph examination, and a thorough background investigation. Certain events automatically disqualify an applicant, such as, felony conviction; admission of an undetected crime that, if known, would have been a felony charge; failure to pay federal or state income tax; positive confirmed drug urine test; illegal use of a controlled substance within certain time frames.
Positions within this job family perform and/or manage forensic analysis of physical evidence from criminal cases and/or convicted offender DNA samples.
The Criminalist job family has five levels which are distinguished by type and complexity of work and the degree of responsibility assigned.
This is the entry level where incumbents train to perform forensic analysis, and perform some limited supervised casework. All aspects of assigned tasks are clearly defined and all work is technically and administratively reviewed during performance and upon completion. Incumbents do not have supervisory, research and development, or training responsibilities.
Education and Experience required is a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in chemistry, biology, forensic science, criminalistics, toxicology, a closely related natural science, criminology, law enforcement, or criminal justice; or a bachelor’s degree and two years of ten-print/classification/AFIS experience (excluding Live-Scan entry).
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations has been authorized to utilize a Selective Qualification when interviewing applicants for this position.
"Requirements include a minimum of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Chemistry, Biology, Forensic Science, Criminalistics, Toxicology, a closely related natural science, Criminology, Law Enforcement, or Criminal Justice or a bachelor's degree and two years of ten-print/classification/AFIS experience (excluding Live-Scan entry).
NOTE: The coursework must have contained at least two (2) science courses."
Scores based on: 100% Written Test
***NOTE: Names of eligible applicants can be made available to State agencies upon their request, immediately following the closing date and time.