trained to competency in a state or federal ASCLD/LAB and/or ISO accredited laboratory, with recent Forensic Technician employment experience, are preferred.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: p rocess various types of evidence for latent prints; enhance visible latent prints; identify and label latent prints of value on evidence to be photographed; collect and preserve possible DNA evidence; maintain and document the chain of custody of evidence; prepare detailed reports on processes performed and results obtained; train personnel in the area of latent prints; prepare detailed written reports of processes performed on evidence and results; and provide input and e stablish policies and procedures that contribute to the efficiency of the operation .
Must: have experience in the scientific analysis of evidence for the presence of latent prints and processing a multitude of different surfaces through the use of various forensic light sources, physical and chemical means; possess latent print photography skill-sets, possess the knowledge to be able to identify, isolate and collecti DNA evidence; be p roficient in the use of various chemicals and powders (wet and dry) while processing porous and non-porous items for latent prints in a laboratory setting; be p roficient in obtaining known inked prints and major case prints; have the a bility to differentiate between an identifiable latent print and a non-identifiable latent print; p ossess the ability to teach classes and brief information pertaining to obtaining known prints, palms and major case prints; have i ntermediate level competency in PhotoShop and Microsoft Office Suite programs (Word, Excel, and Outlook); be able to work well in a team environment; possess excellent organizational skills; be willing to relocate to Charlottesville, VA; and be able to obtain a US Secret Clearance.
I3 has very competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. EOE