Latent Print Examiner
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Orlando, The City Beautiful
For most of Orlando's history we've been the place everyone wants to visit. Today, we're also the place where everyone wants to live and do business. List after list has Orlando as one of the fastest growing cities in America. We're transitioning from our role as the young upstart to a more mature, global city.
This didn't happen by accident. Together as a community, we developed a shared vision for our city focused on creating partnerships and we've transformed Orlando from a place that was packed with potential into a city on the rise.
Our vision ensures we are an inclusive, compassionate community that is generating jobs, becoming the most sustainable city in the nation, keeping our community safe, making it easier to get around, and increasing the quality of life. Together, we can continue realizing all our city's potential.
Come be part of our community with the City of Orlando.
NATURE OF WORK:
Performs specialized and technical work in the examination, identification, comparison, evaluation, and verification of latent prints and inked prints. Provides advice on fingerprint matters to police personnel and the State Attorney Office. Work includes the responsibility for the maintenance and identification of criminal evidentiary records and latent print evidence. An employee assigned to this class is provided technical supervision from the Senior Latent Print Examiner(s) who reviews work for completeness, technical quality, and adherence to departmental standards. An employee assigned to this class works under the supervision of the Crime Center and Forensics Supervisor and Manager. Performance is reviewed through discussion, results obtained, and reports submitted.
Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university and two years of experience in latent print analysis, comparison, evaluation, and verification with a recognized law enforcement agency, which must have included courtroom testimony. Must have at least 80 hours of technical training endorsed by the International Association for Identification; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Certification as a Latent Print Examiner from the International Association for Identification is preferred. Must pass police background investigation, which includes polygraph examination.
City of Orlando Benefits
Closing Date/Time: Continuous