About the Position: This position is located at the United States Army Defense Forensic Science Center (DFSC) in Ft. Gillem, GA. The Defense Forensic Science Center (DFSC) is an organization that provides full-service forensic services (traditional, expeditionary, and reach back) to DoD and Army entities through the Joint Force Commanders (JFC) worldwide.Learn more about this agency
- Perform the most complex duties in the analysis of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) on physical evidence and material consisting of body fluid stains, hair, bone, dental pulp, and other human tissue.
- Process request for examination which usually include the reason for which the samples were collected and background investigative information or intelligence contextual data.
- Conducts complex examinations to develop evidence and data/information for intelligence exploitation.
- Receives and maintains the integrity of evidence and material.
- Independently plans, organized and devises the approach necessary to obtain useful forensic information from the evidence and material submitted.
- Establish procedures and develop new techniques, approaches, and methods.
- Evaluates "complex DNA mixtures" in order to render conclusions.
- Utilized databases to determine statistical significance of evidence findings.
- Prepares formal written reports suitable for legal presentation and intelligence exploitation which state results, interpretation, and professional opinions/conclusions.
- Responsible for the accuracy and adequacy of the forensic examinations performed.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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