Coroner Job Description Sample
REBULLETIN INFORMATION: THIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS A REBULLETIN TO REOPEN THE FILING PERIOD.
PERSONS WHO HAVE APPLIED WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS NEED NOT REAPPLY, BUT MAY SUBMIT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IF THEY WISH. THE INFORMATION MUST CONTAIN THE CORRECT EXAM NUMBER AND NAME.
FILING DATES: 01/12/2018 at 8:00 AM (PST)
THE FILING PERIOD MAY BE SUSPENDED AT ANY TIME WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. THE EXAMINATION MAY REOPEN AS THE NEEDS OF THE SERVICE REQUIRE.
TYPE OF RECRUITMENT
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Restricted to permanent employees of the above Department who have successfully completed their initial probationary period.
Plans and conducts investigations for the Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner to determine the jurisdiction, circumstances, manner, and cause of death.
Positions allocable to this class work under the administrative and technical supervision of a Supervising Coroner's Investigator I and provide technical direction to the Coroner Investigator Trainee. Incumbents must independently exercise judgment in interpreting and applying departmentally approved procedures for conducting investigations at the scene of a wide variety of deaths to determine the jurisdiction, circumstances, manner, and cause of death.
Incumbents must have a working knowledge of anatomy, legal terminology, departmental operational policies and procedures, and investigative techniques, including the collection of gunshot residue and other evidence and the recognition and differentiation of various modes of death and the ability to impart this knowledge to others in providing guidance to persons in the classification of Coroner Investigator Trainee. Positions in this class require the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and with sensitivity to obtain information concerning the circumstances of a death from the decedent's family and friends, witnesses, and informants. Incumbents must write comprehensive reports of investigation findings for use by autopsy physicians and in court/deposition proceedings, and enter those findings into computerized data banks.
This class requires frequent lifting and moving of heavy equipment and decedents and occasionally demands extraordinary physical activity while working. Essential Job Functions
Plans and conducts the investigation of the circumstances of death at the scene to determine the jurisdiction of the Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner. Conducts investigations into deaths which occur at hospitals and also deaths where the decedent has been released to a private mortuary.
Examines the body of the decedent and the surroundings at the death scene and performs the required tests for air and body temperature, livor mortis, and degree of rigor mortis. In the presence of witnesses, takes custody of any money, valuables or miscellaneous documents or papers; lists and records personal property on appropriate receipts; describes and documents clothing of decedents. Recognizes, collects and preserves physical evidence, including gunshot residue, sexual assault evidence, appliances, ligatures, garrotes, drugs, narcotics and paraphernalia, and trace evidence.
Coordinates evidence collection and handling with Departmental criminalist and criminalist from other agencies. Uses field photographic equipment as necessary. Interviews witnesses, friends, and relatives to obtain information about the decedent and circumstances of death.
Conducts follow-up investigations as required. Certifies deaths at mortuaries and field locations. Receives initial notification of deaths.
Notifies and coordinates with officers of other criminal justice agencies when necessary. Prepares and serves Subpoena Duces Tecum, coordinates private pay autopsies and prepares documents and coordinates exhumations as assigned. Obtains medical/dental records and specimens.
May write and process search warrants for the purpose of evidence collection. Writes reports of investigations which includes all pertinent data and exhibits illustrative of the circumstances of death. May be required to work as acting Supervising Coroner's Investigator I to a group or shift of investigators during the temporary or prolonged absence of a Supervising Coroner's Investigator I.
May be required to act as Training Officer in providing guidance and direction to new investigative personnel or investigator trainees. Testifies in court or under deposition regarding the findings of an investigation of the circumstances of death. May be required to drive personal vehicle when performing County business.
May be required to drive a County vehicle to locations throughout the County to transport bodies from death scenes to the Coroner's facility.
May be required to travel by aircraft, boat, or other vehicles, or travel in heavy equipment to conduct investigations and remove decedents and to perform duties in areas of difficult accessibility, under limited visibility and mobility, during adverse weather conditions or disaster conditions. The incumbent may be required to conduct activity using specialized, technical safety gear under physically challenging and demanding circumstances.
Successfully completed the one year Coroner Investigator Trainee program at the Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, Los Angeles County as evidenced by a completed signed Probationary Report.
Successfully completed the required California Commission Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T) Training including P.C. 832 and Coroner's Death Investigation.
A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related functions.
4 - Arduous. Involves frequent heavy lifting over 25 pounds, often combined with bending, twisting, or working on irregular surfaces; and occasionally requires extraordinary physical activity.
Special Requirement Information
VERIFICATION OF EXPERIENCE DOCUMENTS/LETTER WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS EXAMINATION. APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE SELECTION REQUIREMENTS AT THE TIME OF FILING. NO WITHHOLD IS ALLOWED FOR THIS EXAMINATION.
Successful applicants for this position will be required to obtain a copy of his/her driving from the California State Department of Motor Vehicles before being appointed. A copy of the driving record must be presented at the time of appointment.
License must not be suspended, restricted or revoked. AN APPLICANT WHOSE DRIVING RECORD SHOWS FOUR OR MORE MOVING VIOLATIONS WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS WILL NOT BE APPOINTED.
This examination will consist of two parts:
PART I A Rating from Record evaluating the scope of training and experience based on application weighted 50%.
PART II An Appraisal of Promotability (AP) evaluating knowledge and skills in the field. Problem Solving Skills, Oral and Written Communication Skills, Work Habits and Productivity Skills weighted 50%. Candidates must meet the selection requirements and achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on each weighted part of the examination in order to be placed on the eligible register.
Prior to appointment a candidate must successfully complete a fingerprint check.
The resulting eligible register will be used to fill vacancies in the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner, located at 1104 N. Mission Road, Los Angeles, CA 90033.
The names of candidates will be placed on the eligible register for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of promulgation.
APPLICATION AND FILING INFORMATION
All applicants are required to submit an online County of Los Angeles employment application. All information, including the selection requirements (i.e., education and driver license) is subject to verification and your application may be rejected at any time during the selection process. The acceptance of your application depends on whether you have clearly shown that you meet the selection requirements.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING
To apply for this examination, click on the "Apply" tab located on the top right corner of the screen. Your application must be submitted electronically by 5:00 pm (PST), on the last day of filing. You can also track the status of your application using this web site.
- In order to receive credit for any certification, a legible copy of required certificates must be uploaded as attachments during application submission or within fifteen (15) calendar days from application submission. If you are unable to upload the required documents, you must either email email@example.com or fax to (323) 441-9942. Please include exam number and exam title.
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
Please include your Social Security Number for record control purposes. Federal law requires that all employed persons have a Social Security Number.
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES
For candidates who may not have regular access to a computer or the internet, applications may be completed on computers at public libraries throughout Los Angeles County.
NO SHARING OF USER ID AND PASSWORD
All applicants must file their application online using their own user ID and password. Using a family member's or friend's user ID and password may erase a candidate's original application record.
Available Shift: Any
California Relay Services Phone: (800) 735-2922
ADA Coordinator Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teletype Phone: (800) 899-4099
Alternate Teletype Phone: (800) 897-0077
Department Contact Name: Christian Martinez
Department Contact Phone: (323) 343-0710
Department Contact Email: CMartinez@coroner.lacounty.gov
Coroner Technician Level I/Ii
This is a continuous filing exam with semi-annual cut-offs on the first Wednesday of July and January. The next filing cut-offs are at 5:00 pm on:
7/5/2017, 1/3/2018, 7/4/2018
Approximate Salary Information:
Level I: $3,410.40 - $4,144.67/month
Level II: $3,577.42 - $4,348.26/month
Under general supervision, assists forensic pathologists with autopsy examinations by performing technical procedures as directed by providing tools, equipment, and solutions; preparing bodies before and after the autopsy by disposing of organs, tissues and fluids; using a variety of techniques to prepare medical-legal evidence; identifying and releasing bodies; maintaining facility in a safe sanitary condition; performing a variety of clerical work; and completing other duties related to morgue services.
This is a single classification with two (2) salary levels. Level I is the level at which initial appointments to Coroner Technician are typically made; and advancement from the lower to the higher level of the class is at the discretion of the appointing authority, provided the minimum qualifications are met.
Examples of Knowledge and Abilities
Basic human anatomy and physiology as applied to conducting autopsies.
Basic medical terminology.
Basic radiographic techniques, methods, operations; film processing and development; maintenance of radiographic equipment.
Basic principles of photography.
Procedures and practices related to the receipt and release of the dead human body.
Chain of evidence techniques.
Purpose and objectives of a coroner's office.
Universal safety precautions and aseptic techniques.
Techniques involved in handling and preparing bodies for autopsy examination.
Methods and procedures for care of surgical instruments and autopsy equipment.
Modern office technology and equipment.
Customer service principles and techniques.
Handle death in a mature and respectful manner.
Tolerate unpleasant aspects associated with traumatic death, bodies of deceased persons in various stages of decomposition, odors, and larva.
Learn and apply procedures and tests required to assist pathologist in an autopsy exam.
Maintain accurate records; perform routine clerical work and data entry.
Work with law enforcement staff on high profile cases.
Work with the public under highly emotional and stressful situations.
Interact with people of various cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.
Either: Successful completion of 30 semester or 45 quarter units in natural science, Emergency Medical Technology, Paramedicine, or other coursework in a field related to the intent of the class, from an accredited college or university.
Note 1: Relevant full-time experience may substitute for the required units on the basis of one month of full-time experience equals 3 semester or 4 quarter units.
Note 2: Completion of the one year internship program with the Sacramento County Coroner's Office may be substituted for 12 semester or 16 quarter units.
OR: One year of full-time experience, paid or volunteer, assisting pathologists in performing autopsies using a variety of techniques to prepare specimens and/or evidence.
Note: Completion of the one year internship program with the Sacramento County Coroner's Office may be substituted for 4 months of full-time work experience.
Note: If the minimum qualifications include an educational or certificate/license requirement, applicants must submit proof of requirements with the application. Failure to submit proof of requirements may result in disqualification from the examination. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. For guidelines on submitting acceptable proof of educational requirements, please click here or speak to someone in our office before the cut-off date listed in this notice.
Criminal History and Background Checks:
The County may access criminal history information on candidates who have accepted a conditional offer of appointment for the above class consistent with the provisions of Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 82-602, Personnel Policies and Procedures B-5 and applicable federal and state law. The County shall not consider for employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that relates to or impacts the candidate's ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that mitigating circumstances exist. For purposes of accessing criminal history information, the candidate will be fingerprinted. A subsequent arrest notification may be obtained.
The County may also conduct a background check on the candidate prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include personal and professional reference checks, credit history checks, Social Security Number verification, professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving history. Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing authority in the selection process. In obtaining such information, the County will comply with applicable consent and disclosure practices in the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act.
A valid California Driver License, Class C or higher, is required at the time of appointment. Failure to obtain or maintain the appropriate valid California Driver License constitutes cause for personnel action in accordance with Civil Service Rules or applicable bargaining agreement. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Positions in this class require the incumbent to be able to:
Lift and move bodies weighing up to 150 pounds with assistance.
Assist with carrying dead bodies up and down stairs and steep levees, and in confined areas.
Stand for long periods of time.
Engage in continuous active work requiring moderate physical exertion and manual dexterity in handling bodies and equipment.
Constantly hold, reach, grasp, write, and perform repetitive motion.
Use an air-purifying respirator required by OSHA.
Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Positions in this class require the incumbent to be able to:
Collect specimens of human fluids and wastes including blood, urine, and organ tissue from deceased bodies and may encounter specimens containing communicable disease.
Work in the presence of biological/chemical agents and fumes.
Work irregular shifts (swing and graveyard), weekends, and holidays.
- Medical evaluation to determine ability to use a respirator.
Probationary Period: The probationary period for this classification is twelve (12) months. Application and Testing Information
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. All applicants must complete and submit an online County of Sacramento employment application by 5:00 PM on the posted cut-off date. Click here to apply.
County of Sacramento
Department of Personnel Services
Employment Services Division
700 H Street, Room 4667
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone 916-874-5593; 7-1-1 California Relay Service
Inter-Office Mail Code: 09-4667
Employment applications and all documentation requested in this announcement must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
Your application should highlight all relevant education, training, and experience, and clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position as of the cut-off date.
Application information must be current, concise and related to the requirements in this job announcement. You may only apply for this recruitment once. Duplicate and incomplete applications will be disqualified.
A resume may be included with your application, however it will not substitute for the information requested on the application.
Applicants are required to provide a full and complete response to each supplemental question. The Supplemental Questionnaire is located in the tab marked "Supplemental Questions". Please be descriptive in your response.
Note: Responses of "See Resume" or "See Application", or copy and paste of work experience are not qualifying responses and will not be considered.
Supplemental Questionnaires must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date.
The supplemental questions are designed to elicit specific information regarding a candidate's experience, education, and training. Responses should be consistent with the information on your application and are subject to verification.
Please provide place of employment, pertinent dates, and concise, descriptive and detailed information for each question.
If a job included responsibilities applicable to several questions, separate the different functions of the job to answer all the questions completely.
Resumes or referral to the application or other questionnaire responses will not be accepted in lieu of completing each question.
If you have no experience, write "no experience" for the appropriate question.
For many individuals, it is more efficient to develop responses to the supplemental questions in a word processing document and then paste them into the final document to be submitted. Changes or corrections to your Supplemental Questionnaire cannot be made once your application packet has been submitted.
If the Supplemental Questionnaire is used in the Formula Rate or Credentials Screening Panel exam, failure to complete all of the questions or incomplete responses will result in a lower score. While scoring the Supplemental Questionnaire, the candidate's application and/or attachments will not be reviewed, therefore, a candidate's responses to the questions should be accurate, thorough, detailed, and complete.
FORMULA RATE EXAMINATION (Weighted 100%)
All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications by the cut-off date will have their Supplemental Questionnaire scored in the Formula Rate Examination.
This examination will evaluate the relevance, level, recency, progression and quality of candidate's education, training and experience. The candidate's application or other materials will not be included in this examination. Therefore, the candidate's responses to the supplemental questionnaire should be thorough, detailed and complete. The score from the Formula Rate Examination will determine the ranking on the eligible/employment list for this job.
All candidates competing in the testing process will receive written notice of their examination results by email. Applicants achieving a passing score will be placed on the eligible list in rank order. The rank is determined by the test score attained from the examination.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Call 916-874-5627 and you will be provided with a recorded message, accessible 24 hours a day.
Deputy Coroner I
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
The County of Yolo is recruiting to fill one regular, full-time position in the class of Deputy Coroner I at the Yolo County Sheriff-Coroner-Public Administrator's Office. Candidates that have PC 832 certification are preferred. Interested applicants should submit an online County of Yolo Employment Application, responses to supplemental questions, a detailed resume, and verification of education and any certification by 5pm on the final filing date.
For important and detailed information regarding the application and selection process for this recruitment, please see the APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS section of this job announcement below.
Under direct supervision, conducts death investigations to determine the cause and manner of death, as well as identify the deaths falling under the jurisdiction of the Coroner's Office. Supervises autopsies and external examinations performed by a Forensic Pathologist, and performs other duties as assigned.
This is a peace officer status Penal Code Section 830.35 Paragraph C position in the Sheriff-Coroner's Office. It is an entry level classification into the Deputy Coroner job series.
Incumbents are expected to learn the investigative techniques, fingerprinting and procedures associated with investigation of deaths and circumstances surrounding the death. Work is initially performed under close supervision. As experience is gained, greater independence and less supervision is required. Promotion to Deputy Coroner II maybe possible after one year of satisfactory performance.
Receive reports of death and establish Coroner's jurisdiction;
Investigate the circumstances surrounding the death, perform physical examination of the remains and interpret injuries;
Collect and protect evidence, take possession of the body and supervise the removal of the remains from the place of death to the county morgue as appropriate;
Confer with law enforcement agencies to coordinate death investigations resulting from criminal acts;
Identify and secure property of the decedent as an agent of the Public Administrator or for the decedent's next-of-kin;
Obtain photographs and fingerprints from the decedent, and positively identify the deceased through the use of fingerprints or other means;
Locate and personally notify decedent's next-of-kin, providing information regarding the death and Coroner's Office procedures while obtaining background information for the investigation;
Evaluate potential need for support services for family members and make referrals as necessary
Consult with the decedent's physician, hospitals, other medical personnel, and obtain and review medical records to identify pertinent medical history and circumstances pertaining to the investigation;
Brief and supervise the forensic pathologist during formal forensic autopsies and external examinations;
Accept and label specimens collected during autopsy or external examination, safeguard and log evidence, and perform other related tasks as necessary in order to maintain chain-of-custody;
Evaluate need for dental and full body x-rays; obtain and develop films when necessary;
Collect postmortem body fluids and determine and order necessary toxicological testing;
Determine need for forensic sub-specialty evaluation and coordinate referrals appropriately;
Interview and deal tactfully and effectively with persons under stressful circumstances;
Ensure accurate completion of the State of California Death Certificate; sign and file death certificate with Registrar of Vital Records;
Prepare clear and concise official reports of the investigation;
Testify in both Civil and Criminal proceedings as required;
Be subject to on-call/call-out, nights, weekends and holidays, work in all weather conditions and varied terrain, and perform other duties as assigned.
Employment Standards:Education: Graduation from High School or GED certificate and a minimum of two years of college (60 semester units) with coursework in forensic science, criminal justice, anatomy, biology, or other relevant fields.
Certification: Successful completion of the Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Coroner's Death Investigation Course, PC 832, and fingerprint comparison and analysis courses must be completed within twelve (12) months of appointment.
Incumbents must be a citizen of the United States or qualify under California Government Code Section 1031.5.
Be free from any physical, emotional or mental condition which might adversely affect the exercise of Deputy Coroner powers, as determined by a licensed examining authority in accordance with California Government Code Section 1031. Pass a background investigation conducted in compliance with California Government Code Section 1031 and to the satisfaction of the Sheriff-Coroner.
License: Positions in this classification require incumbents to possess and maintain a valid California driver's license, Class C or higher, to carry out job related duties. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to a physical or mental disability may request a reasonable accommodation.
Knowledge of: Incumbents are expected to have knowledge of basic anatomy, physiology and medical terminology, computer word processing, California Penal Code, Government Code, Health and Safety Code, and Welfare and Institutions Code relating to the function, jurisdiction and authority of the Coroner's Office, and techniques of forensic investigation, with emphasis on investigation of deaths to determine cause and manner, sources for identifying and locating persons, standard techniques for gathering and preserving physical evidence, and rules of evidence.
Ability to: Use critical thinking skills in solving problems, analyzing situations and taking effective action.
Work effectively under unpleasant conditions. Manually lift one hundred pounds onto a gurney, and assist in carrying bodies in adverse conditions.
Application & Selection Process:Application Process
It is highly recommended that you print this job bulletin for future reference.
Your application should highlight all relevant education, training, and experience, and clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position as of the final filing date. Application information must be current, concise, and related to the requirements in this job announcement.
A resume may be included with your application; however, it will not substitute for the information requested on the application. In addition to a completed application, applicants are required to submit a completed supplemental questionnaire, and verification of education and/or certification for this position. Incomplete applications will be disqualified.
Additional documents may be submitted to the Yolo County Human Resources Office in any one or more of the following ways:
As an attachment to the online application
By e-mail to email@example.com
By fax to (530) 666-8049
By hand-delivery to 625 Court Street, Room 101, Woodland, CA 95695. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am. to 5:00 pm.
All required documents must be received by the Human Resources Office by the final filing date. Postmarks will not be accepted. Human Resources is not responsible for the untimely delivery of materials sent via U.S./specialized mail, or County interoffice mail.
The following is a tentative schedule of events that will occur as part of the selection process. The selection process steps, and all listed dates, may change with or without notice.
Week of 03/19/2018: Screen for Minimum Qualifications
Week of 03/26/2018: Screen for Best Qualified
TBD: Department Selection Interviews
TBD: Background Investigation
TBD: Tentative Job Offer
TBD: Medical Exam
Verification of Education
Acceptable forms of educational documentation are official or unofficial transcripts that list the student's name, institution name, field of study and date the degree was awarded.
For recent graduates who have not received proof of their degree yet, a letter from the registrar's office stating that all requirements for graduation have been met and listing the field of study will be sufficient proof of graduation.
Please do not send originals; copies of the required documents are acceptable. Any submitted documents will not be returned.
All foreign transcripts or diplomas must be in English. If the institution does not provide these documents in English, the applicant will need to provide a translation which has been done by a professional agency.
The County of Yolo will accept education as equivalent to U.S. accreditation from Institutions that are listed as members of the International Association of Universities. You may check for your school by visiting the IAU web site (http://www.iau-aiu.net/content/institutions).
Applicants who possess a degree or completed coursework that is not from an accredited college or university, must submit one of the following:
1.A written statement from a U.S accredited university or college that states that the applicant is qualified for entrance to a program of graduate studies for which a degree in a related field is required.
2.An evaluation of the applicant's degree and coursework equivalency by a private organization that provides foreign credential evaluation services. The evaluation must include a comparison of comparable U.S. courses for content, credit and grade.
Note: Foreign language documents must include a precise word-for-word English translation of all foreign language documents.
It is the responsibility of each applicant to prove to the satisfaction of the County that the applicant meets the specific requirements listed on the job announcement for each specific examination. The following is a list of private organizations that provide foreign credential evaluation services. Fees range from $50 to $400 per document; processing times vary from 5-20 business days. For further information, please contact the organization(s). The County of Yolo does not endorse these business entities; this list has been developed for informational purposes only.
EDUCATIONAL RECORDS EVALUATION SERVICE 601 University Ave., Suite 127 Sacramento, CA 95825 (916) 921-0790 www.eres.com
FOREIGN EDUCATION DOCUMENT SERVICE P.O. Box 151739 San Diego, CA 92175
(619) 265-5810 www.documentservice.org
CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH, EVALUATION & EDUCATION, INC. P.O. Box 18358 Anaheim, CA 92817 (714) 237-9272 www.iescaree.com
GLOBAL SERVICES ASSOCIATES, INC. 409 North Pacific Coast Highway, # 393 Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (310) 828-5709 www.globaleval.org
INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION CREDENTIALS EVALUATION SERVICE P.O. Box 3665 Culver City, CA 90231-3665 (310) 258-9451 www.ierf.org
Screening for Best Qualified
The supplemental questions are designed to elicit specific information regarding a candidate's experience, education, and training. Responses should be consistent with the information on your application and are subject to verification.
If a job included responsibilities applicable to several questions, separate the different functions of the job to answer all the questions completely. Resumes or referral to the application or other questionnaire responses will not be accepted in lieu of completing each question. If you have no experience, write "no experience" for the appropriate question. Based upon responses to the supplemental questionnaire, the applicant's education, training, and experience will be evaluated to determine those applicants that are best qualified.
For questions about the position or about employment with the County, please contact Human Resources by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (530) 666-8055.
Equal Employment Opportunity: It is the policy of the County of Yolo to provide equal employment opportunity for all qualified persons, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, physical disability (Including HIV and AIDS), mental disability, medical condition (cancer or genetic characteristics/information), age (40 or over), marital status, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other classification protected by federal, state or local laws or ordinance.
The County will comply with all of its obligations under State and Federal laws regarding the provision of reasonable accommodations to applicants. Reasonable testing arrangements may be made to accommodate applicants with disabilities or who are unable to attend a scheduled test due to religious reasons in accordance with the Fair Employment and Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please call the County of Yolo Human Resources Office at (530) 666-8055 at least five (5) business days prior to the scheduled test date to request accommodation. Documentation from a medical doctor, rehabilitation counselor, or other qualified professional will be required.
Trades Processing Analyst: Charlotte, NC
Main point of contact for Prime Broker Support for MLI, Global Pro, & GCAS Clients. Liaise between CSR/Account Manager & Client. Client trade exceptions queue management for CTM, CBAR, & Semaphore (occasional SINC exceptions). Inbox Query Management for ad hoc requests, exception queries, and manual trade capture systems (CTM, MLPrime). Also MLI to Global Pro migration support. Stock Loan support for Prime Broker Clients consists of MLI & (Non-DCB) Global Pro.
Daily support functions covering settlement, reconciliation, control, management reporting, and overall client service for MLI, Global Pro and GCAS
Interaction with various external clients as well as internal support departments including Stock Loan Trading Desk and Client Service Representatives in Americas, EMEA and Pac Rim
Daily written and verbal communication to internal and external clients for Client Service support and Trading desk
Cross-train on all day-to-day processes within the Prime Broker group as well as Stock Loan ensuring basic knowledge of core systems
Understand roles and responsibilities within the Prime Broker and Stock Loan groups supporting departmental goals and objectives
Trades Processing in GSL Workbench (i.e. Janus- front end trading system) for PB KTEKs (3,7,8, & 9-Series) as requested by Settlements, CSRs, Clients & occasionally the Stock Loan Desk
Janus vs CTM Reconciliation
CTM Failed inbound queue SL transaction management
MLI to Global Pro migration support
MLI to MLI migration support
Direct Client Borrow Global Pro vs AP Reconciliation
Operational processing knowledge in both domestic and international securities and both equities and fixed income products
Working knowledge of various products including equity, corporate and government bonds, repos, FX and ADR conversions
Strong professional communication skills, both written and verbal as a primary function of the job is interacting directly with internal and external clients
Ability to work in a team environment and under stressful timeframes is required along with strong analytical and quantitative skills
Client service oriented mindset is essential
Work experience within the financial industry, preferably middle or back office
Posting Date: 03/14/2018
Location: Charlotte, NC, International Trade Center, 200 N College St, - United States
Full / Part-time: Full time
Hours Per Week: 40
Shift: 1st shift
Deputy Sheriff Trainee
Continuous – Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. This recruitment may close once a sufficient number of qualifying applications have been received.
THE JOB: Deputy Sheriff Trainee is a non-sworn trainee level classification in the Sheriff's Office with no peace officer powers.
Incumbents in this class attend an approved Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) police academy to be trained to perform law enforcement service. Upon successful completion of the basic academy, incumbents are expected to promote to Deputy Sheriff. Deputy Sheriffs perform law enforcement, crime prevention and crime detection activities; serve civil papers; coroner functions; act as bailiff and perform other duties as required. Incumbents rotate through various assignments and work rotating shift schedules, including nights, weekends and holidays.
THE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from a high school by an association recognized by the US Department of Education, a satisfactory score on a GED test or a California High School Proficiency Examination certificate.
A two or four year college degree accredited by an association recognized by the US Department of Education may be substituted for the high school requirements; the ability to pass a full background investigation, medical examination (including lifting assessment) and psychological examination. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver License at time of appointment. Must be a citizen of the United States in accordance with Section 1031.5 of the Government Code; be at least 21 years of age at completion of academy; be available to work nights, weekends, and/or holidays.
Special Working Conditions: Exposure to variable temperatures and weather conditions; confined work spaces; heights; two-way radio noise; strong, unpleasant odors; infections which might cause chronic disease or death; dust and pollens; chemical irritants; possibility of experiencing bodily injury and/or burns; contact with a diverse population.
Some knowledge of human motivation and behavior; and the functions of a local law enforcement agency.
Ability to: Understand, interpret and apply State and local laws and departmental policies and procedures; react quickly and calmly in emergency situations and adopt an effective course of action; follow oral and written instructions; learn to operate firearms safely and skillfully; obtain information through interview, interrogation and observation; write clear and accurate reports; establish and maintain effective relationships; successfully complete an approved Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) basic police academy.
Normal color vision and unrestricted peripheral vision. If no corrective lenses worn, vision of at least 20/20.
If glasses are worn, uncorrected vision of at least 20/100, correcting to 20/20.
If soft contact lenses are worn, vision of at least 20/200, correcting to 20/20, with one year minimum of successful contact lens use. Candidates who have had corrective eye surgery must meet all applicable vision guidelines at all times of the day. A minimum of one year must have elapsed between surgery and examination, and all post-operative records must be submitted for review.
VACATION – Employees on 5/8 schedule accrue at 112 hours per year, rising to 232 hours per year after 15 years service. Employees on 4/10 schedule accrue at 86 hours per year, rising to 214 hours per year.
Employee on 7/12 schedule shall be credited with 80 hours of vacation upon completion of 2080 hours. Vacation is available after 2080 hours of service.
HOLIDAYS – Employees on 5/8 schedule receive 13 paid Holidays per year.
Employees on 4/10 schedule shall receive one 10 hour day off per month in lieu of prescribed holidays. Employees on 7/12 schedule shall accrue .0659 hours per hour worked in lieu of holiday.
BEREAVEMENT LEAVE – 3 days paid in California, 5 days paid out of state.
SICK LEAVE – 96 hours per year.
MEDICAL PLAN – The County contracts with CalPERS for a variety of medical plans. For most plans County contributions pay a majority of the premiums for employees and eligible dependents.
VISION PLAN – The County pays for employee coverage. Employees may purchase eligible dependent coverage.
DENTAL PLAN – County paid employee and dependent coverage.
RETIREMENT – 1959 Survivor's Benefit plus pension formula 3% at age 55 or 2.7% at age 57 as determined based on provisions of the CA Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013 (PEPRA). Pension benefit determined by final average compensation of three years. County pays a portion of retirement contribution.
LIFE INSURANCE – County paid $50,000 policy. Employee may purchase additional life insurance.
LONG TERM DISABILITY PLAN – Employee paid voluntary plan. Plan pays 66 2/3% of the first $10,500 of pre-disability earnings up to $7,000 per month maximum.
DEPENDENT-CARE PLAN – Employees who pay for qualifying child or dependent care expenses may elect this pre-tax program.
H-CARE PLAN – Employees who pay a County medical premium share of cost may elect this pre-tax program.
HEALTH CARE FLEXIBLE SPENDING ALLOWANCE (HCFSA) – Employees may elect this pre-tax program to cover qualifying health care expenses.
DEFERRED COMPENSATION – A deferred compensation plan is available to employees.
OTHER – County pays premium for certain requirements and assignments, including: Night Shift Pay: 5% of base pay; POST Intermediate Certificate: 3% of base pay; POST Advanced Certificate: 5% of base pay; Detective Pay: equal to 5% of base hourly rate of Deputy Sheriff; Field Training Officer Pay, 5% of base pay; Bilingual Pay: $1.00/hour for LEVEL I, $1.35/hour for LEVEL II.
ASSIGNMENTS – Opportunities for rotation to every bureau of the department.
THE EXAMINATION: Applications must include proof of a valid and recent (issued within one year) California Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) T-score in order to move to next step.
To submit proof of your T-score you may 1) mail or bring a copy to County of Santa Cruz Personnel Department 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 or 2) fax it to (831) 454-2240, or 3) email a copy to: Personnel@santacruzcounty.us Applicants who meet minimum qualifications and possess a valid T-Score of 46 or higher will be invited to participate in a physical ability test. Physical Ability Test:
Part 1: Run 220 yards in 1 minute or less; Part 2: Drag a 165 pound dummy 60 feet in 1 minute or less; Part 3:
Climb a 6-foot wall in 1 minute or less. Applicants will be allowed two one-minute attempts to pass each part of the physical ability test. MUST PASS ALL components of the examination to be placed on the eligible list.
To obtain information on testing dates, times and locations regarding the POST written examination go to the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training website at http://theacademy.ca.gov/tests.
Background Investigation: An extensive background investigation including a polygraph examination, drug screen, and Personal History Statement which includes work, legal, driving, financial and drug possession histories will be conducted. Failure of the background investigation will include but is not limited to one of the following:
1.The commission of any felony involving any federal or state statute.
2.The commission of a misdemeanor amounting to conduct which would reflect adversely on the candidate's ability to
perform as a peace officer or correctional officer within the last three years.
3.Classification as a negligent operator under the Department of Motor Vehicle's point count.
4.Any termination from a sworn position at a law enforcement agency.
5.Failing a law enforcement academy within the last three years.
6.Termination from any employment in the past three years for reasons which are directly related to the abilities and
attributes necessary for law enforcement.
7.Any pattern within the past two years of non-payment of debts which resulted in collection action against the candidate.
8.Any incorrect representation or deletion of a material fact on an application.
9.Any verbal misrepresentation or deletion of a fact material to background investigation.
10. Conviction of a felony.
Any exceptions to the above may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
HOW TO APPLY: Apply Online Now!
Click on the link below; or print out an application and mail/bring application to: Santa Cruz County Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA, 95060. For information, call (831) 454-2600.
Hearing Impaired TDD/TTY: 711. Applications will meet the final filing date if received in one of the following ways: 1) in the Personnel Department by 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date, 2) submitted online before midnight of the final filing date.
Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If you have a disability that requires test accommodation, please call (831) 454-2600.
To comply with the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, Santa Cruz County verifies that all new employees are either U.S. citizens or persons authorized to work in the U.S.
NOTE: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
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Medical Examiner Investigator I-18574102
Job Summary Benefits Supplemental Questions
The County of San Diego Medical Examiner's Department is currently recruiting for Medical Examiner Investigator I. If you have an interest in conducting investigations into the circumstances of death, this is the job for you. Don't miss the opportunity to begin an exciting career with an award winning agency and work at a state of the art facility.
Medical Examiner Investigators are responsible for conducting investigations regarding the mode of death (e.g. accident, suicide, homicide, or natural causes). The investigative work performed is distinguished from that of law enforcement officials or medical personnel, which focuses on criminal evidence, violations of the law, or biological cause of death.
Medical Examiner Investigator I is the entry level class of the series. Incumbents work under immediate supervision and undergo training to eventually perform investigative work independently. Incumbents are responsible for locating and notifying next of kin which includes direct interaction with distraught families.
The Ideal Candidate has a strong medical background, not limited to the nursing field, Corpsman or Paramedic. This candidate should have a number of years of documented experience in the field involving direct patient care and demonstrated ability to communicate directly with their families.
- One (1) year paid experience as a Medical Examiner Investigator, Deputy Coroner, Forensic Autopsy Specialist, Forensic Embalmer, or Forensic Technician in a Coroner or Medical Examiner's facility; OR,
- Two (2) years paid experience as any of the following: full-time Peace Officer, Paramedic, Registered Nurse, or served in a medical capacity dealing with patient care, within a medical facility; OR,
- Possession of an associate's degree or completion of 60 semester units from an accredited U.S. college or university, or a certified foreign studies equivalency. Coursework must have included 15 semester units in medical terminology, anatomy, biology, chemistry, investigations, forensics, or physiology.
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Note: Incumbents may traverse rough terrain to reach scene of death and may be exposed to deceased persons, chemicals and fumes, decomposed tissue, noxious odors and trauma. Work shifts may include irregular work hours, weekends and holidays and are subject to callback on a 24 hour basis.
Qualified applicants will be placed on a twelve (12) month employment list based on scores received during the evaluation of information contained in their employment and supplemental application forms. Please ensure that all information is complete and accurate as the responses you provide on the supplemental application questionnaire will be reviewed using an automated evaluation system. If you are successful in the initial screening process, your application will be reviewed individually to confirm that the information you provided is accurate and qualifying.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable an individual with qualified disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.
The County of San Diego and its employees embrace the Live Well San Diego vision: A region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving. Click here for more information www.livewellsd.org.
Under California Government Code Sections 3100 - 3109, public employees are designated as disaster service workers. The term "public employees" includes all persons employed by the state or any county, city, state agency, or public district. Disaster service workers are required to participate in such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them by their employer or by law.
The County of San Diego is committed to valuing diversity and practicing inclusion because our diverse workforce is our greatest asset and our customers are our number one priority.
Sheriff's Deputy Reserve
Benefits Supplemental Questions
To perform basic law enforcement, crime prevention work, and court security activities and to perform a wide range of corrections activities associated with the care and custody of adult prisoners incarcerated in minimum to maximum security detention facilities.
This is the journey level classification in the Deputy Sheriff series. Incumbents in this class normally work under close and continuous supervision in correctional and law enforcement tasks and procedures. Based on specific assignment, the incumbents may not perform the full range of duties assigned within the classification.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Immediate supervision is provided by a Sheriff's Sergeant or other higher level management classification.
Responsibilities may include the technical supervision of Sheriff's Trainees and Detention Services Officers.
Typical Duties:DUTIES may include, but are not necessarily limited to: Patrol County areas to preserve law and order and to prevent and discover the commission of crime; make criminal investigations, and locate and arrest wanted persons; serve summonses, attachments and warrants; issue traffic citations; investigate accidents and coroner cases; gather and preserve evidence; work undercover and on stake-out assignments; organize and coordinate search and rescue efforts; administer first aid; fingerprint and photograph inmates and prisoners; guard and escort prisoners to and from courts, state institutions and medical facilities; interview suspects, victims and witnesses; advise and counsel juveniles and adults; assist outside agencies with control and maintenance of law and order in volatile situations or natural disasters; collect, read and analyze criminal data; supervise the work of subordinate personnel, inmates and trustees; conduct tours of law enforcement facilities; prepare presentations for community organizations, student groups and for court appearances; testify in court; attend assigned court; assist with all courtroom procedures; maintain security and order of the courtroom and the judge's chambers; summon and seat jurors, attorneys, and witnesses, and direct observers to seating areas; announce verdicts; assist in assembling and securing trial evidence; post courtroom dockets; set up equipment for courtroom demonstrations; guard jurors during deliberations, arrange for food, lodging, and personal needs, and escort them to meals and lodging; detain, search, guard, and transport prisoners; keep records of prisoner movements and write reports on courtroom incidents; process the reception, detention and release of adult inmates; maintain institutional security on a 24 hour basis; learn the Penal code, Health and Safety Code, the policies and procedures of the Tulare County Detention Division, and other applicable laws and regulations; supervise assigned groups of adults engaged in work details and leisure time activities; apply the policies and procedures of the Tulare County Detention Division; learn the principles of jail operations and tasks of the Detention Specialists.
Perform related duties as assigned. (Essential duties may vary from position to position within this classification. Reasonable accommodation will be made when requested and determined by the County to be appropriate under applicable law.)
Employment Standards:NECESSARY EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Knowledge of: Basic criminal and Penal Code sections; basic laws of arrest, search and seizure; math sufficient to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and fractions.
Skill/Ability to: Gather, interpret and compare technical data; write clearly and concisely using correct grammar to record and report information; communicate with persons of various social, economic, and cultural backgrounds; convey and follow oral and written instructions; retain and recall factual information; identify problems, determine viable solutions, and adopt effective courses of action; accurately record information from oral and written sources; research, read, understand, and apply technical materials; communicate and deal with the public and other employees under conditions requiring tact, patience and judgement; keep abreast of department activities; promote good public relations; safely use a variety of weapons; operate patrol vehicles in normal and emergency situations; apply first aid and CPR.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Any combination of education and experience that could likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be:
Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school.
Experience: One year of responsible public contact work.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE
Possession of, or ability to obtain an appropriate, valid California driver's license; possession of First Aid and CPR Certificates; possession of a Certificate of Completion of a Basic POST Certified Academy.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Responsible for the investigation of sudden, unexpected or violent death within the County within all applicable state laws and County regulations.
Salary is negotiable based on experience and education/certifications.
This examination will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by the Office of Human Resources.
NOTE: A resume is required for this position.
Education and Experience:
Minimum of one (1) year of full-time professional physician's experience in a coroner or medical examiner's office.
Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application.
Licensing and Certification: At time of application, must have completed an anatomic pathology residency AND completed or currently in a forensic pathology fellowship in an accredited program.
At time of appointment, must have a valid licenses to practice medicine in the State of Nevada. At time of appointment, candidate must be board certified or eligible in anatomic and forensic pathology by the American Board of Pathology. If eligible, must complete all board certifications within two years of hire date.
Board certification must be maintained throughout the course of employment. Possession of valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment.
To see a list of currently accredited programs, visit the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education website located at ww.acgme.org.
NOTE: A resume is required for this position.
Scoring to determine placement on the eligibility list may be determined by the information included on the resume. Areas evaluated may include, education, licensing and certification, experience performing autopsies and conducting pathological and toxicological analyses.
Working Conditions: Work with exposure to infectious and contagious diseases.
Work in violent, traumatic or highly charged emotional environments. Work in off-hours situations on an emergency call-out basis.
Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted.
Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Performs examination of human bodies in order to determine the cause and manner of death through varied sources of information as well as the performance of autopsy. Performs and supervises laboratory work.
Assists law enforcement agencies in search operations, excavations and recovery of bodies. Examines scenes of death/crime.
Provides expert testimony in legal proceedings related to deaths.
Provides instruction to nurses, paramedics, law enforcement personnel and others by lecture and demonstration. Assists in the selection, training, and professional development of staff.
Represents the County in various activities and meets with the public in both public and private agencies, governmental entities and the general public.
Assists in directing emergency responses to disasters that require coroner services.
Contributes to the overall quality of the department's service provision by developing and coordinating work teams and by reviewing, recommending and implementing improved policies and procedures.
Operates a motor vehicle to drive to crime scenes and disasters and to attend meetings.
Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to crime scenes and disasters and to attend meetings. Vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation.
Forensic Pathologist - Actively Recruiting
Responsible for carrying out the statutory functions of the Coroner of Ada County; investigates sudden, unattended, unexpected or violent deaths within Ada County.
Forensic Specialist - Crime Scene Investigator
Summary of Job Duties
- This posting is scheduled to close on Friday, March 16, 2018 at 12 noon, however is subject to close at any time without prior notice. Thank you.
The City of Aurora Crime Lab is looking for a highly qualified candidate who will perform a variety of technical work to investigate crime scenes and assess and prepare physical evidence to support the investigations function of the Aurora Police Department.
City of Aurora, Colorado
It is an exciting time to work for the City of Aurora, we're growing and looking for dedicated and collaborative individuals to join our team of talented and valued employees. Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. Those values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the City of Aurora, we demonstrate our excellence by modeling the CORE 4 Values of: Integrity, Respect, Professionalism, and Customer Service, and we welcome all who share these values to apply.
Why Work for Aurora?
Make a difference in the lives of real people every day
Competitive total compensation package
Well-Funded General Employees Retirement Plan
Light rail station minutes away
On-site fitness center and overall employee well-being programs
Internal educational programs to assist with career advancement
Access to innovation work spaces
The Aurora Police Department
The Vision of the Aurora Police Department is to be the safest largest city in America. In 2014 we moved one step closer to our vision by being named the Safest Largest City in Colorado and the 16th overall safest city in the nation. Within the Aurora Police Department there are four separate divisions: Operations; Metro; Compliance and Professional Standards; and Business Services and employees over 800 Civil Service and Career Service employees whose mission is to Make Aurora Safer Every Day.
To be employed by the Aurora Police Department you will need to successfully pass a background test, polygraph test, and fingerprint screening, along with other conditions of employment; drug test and verification of employment. Because of this, there is a longer recruitment process, we thank you in advance.
Despite changes in the Colorado law, the City of Aurora maintains a drug free workplace. A positive test for marijuana is grounds for disqualification or termination once hired. Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Assists in investigating crime scenes
Locates, identifies, classifies collects and preserves crime scene evidence
Prepares detailed reports on investigations
Photographs and videotapes crime scenes and evidence
Assists coroner at death scenes
Attends autopsies to collect evidence and photograph examinations
Measures evidence at crime scenes using a variety of manual, electronic and computerized measuring devices and creates scaled drawings/diagrams
Processes evidence in the laboratory using special powders, chemical solutions, forensic light sources and various camera lenses and filters in order to develop and preserve evidence
Testifies in court as required
Documents evidence for submission to the Property Unit for storage
Maintains proper chain of custody on evidence and proper packaging to preserve and prevent contamination
Performs additional duties as required
- Associates Degree in criminal justice, biology/chemistry science, police science or a directly related field
- 2 years experience in Criminal Justice or related field that includes Crime Scene Investigation and laboratory work
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered.
Licenses and Certifications:
- None required
- Knowledge of basic chemistry; photography; procedures and techniques of evidence collection and preservation; and crime scene investigation and photography.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and citizens; handle stressful situations with tact and diplomacy; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; work under stressful conditions in any weather condition and under adverse physical circumstances; ability to work various shifts, nights, holidays, and weekends; ability to respond to Aurora Police Department within one hour of notification.
- Strong technical and analytical skills.
Light to moderate physical work requiring ability to lift 50 pounds with or without assistance
Regular lifting and carrying of 10 to 20 pounds of equipment and/or evidence Regular standing and walking to investigate crime scene
Hand/eye coordination to operate computer, laboratory instruments and video equipment
Foot/eye coordination to operate motor vehicle
Visual acuity correctable to 20/40 with no color impairment to interpret data
Speech and hearing to maintain communications with other employees and citizens
- Works indoors and outdoors at crime scenes in all weather conditions; works in a laboratory environment; possible exposure to biohazard contamination, chemicals, odors and noise
Frequently uses standard office equipment including computer, calculator, multi-line telephones, and copy/fax machines
Camera, laboratory instruments, video equipment
This position may require the incumbent to occasionally use personal equipment (e.g. vehicle, cell phone, tools, etc.) in the course of their employment
For Veterans points: Please show all of your employment history, including military service and related documentation (DD214) on the application.
The City of Aurora is an equal opportunity employer. We are required by state and federal agencies to keep certain statistical records on applicants. It will not be used in any way to discriminate against you because of your sex, race, age, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, disability or military status, gender identity, unless related to a bona fide occupational qualification as defined by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
If you need assistance in completing this application, please feel free to contact our office at: 303-739-7225 or visit us at 15151 E Alameda Pkwy., Suite 3500, Aurora, CO 80012.
Despite the changes in Colorado law, the City of Aurora maintains a drug free workplace. A positive test of marijuana is grounds for disqualification and ineligibility for employment with the city for one year or termination once hired.
Drug Testing, Thorough Criminal Background Check, and Employment References:
As a condition of employment, all applicants selected for employment with the City of Aurora must undergo a thorough criminal background check and drug screening. Employment references will be conducted on finalists for City of Aurora vacancies.
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