If you are interested in a career that is responsible for analyses of drug tests of defendants ordered by the Superior Court and District Court judicial officers and for probation and parole offenders under supervision of the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency, this job is for you!Learn more about this agency
RELOCATION EXPENSES ARE NOT AUTHORIZED
Bargaining Unit Status: Covered
This is not a law enforcement position.
This announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies.
In this job, you will:
1. Perform the full range of immunoassay screening and confirmation analysis including Gas Chromotography Mass Spectrometry (GCMS) and Liquid Chromotography Mass Spectrometer. Follow strict chain and custody procedures, performs extraction and sample preparation of urine aliquots for analysis and forensic analyses in accordance with relevant scientific and forensic protocols and established Laboratory policy.
2. Interpret results of testing and records and documents control samples, test procedures, results and other required information in accordance with standard forensic and office procedures. Prepare manual and automated records and updates relevant PSA, CSOSA and court systems to reflect testing information.
3. Represent PSA and CSOSA, testify as an expert witness when necessary. Explain highly complex scientific and forensic procedures that are used in drug testing as well as results and their implications for individual defendants.
4. Perform and document all required maintenance for laboratory instruments used in screening and/or confirmation.
5. Perform certification procedures for new instruments and procedures. Troubleshoot current assays and instruments to correct or improve technical performance.
6. Maintain current awareness of trends and development relating to forensic drug testing.
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