Details for City of Orangeburg - Ad from 2019-10-06

Career Opportunity
The City of Orangeburg is seeking qualified candidates for the position of DNA Analyst. Position
will provide technical and advanced level work at crime scenes or elsewhere for investigative and
prosecution purposes. Duties include performing laboratory processing of assigned cases; providing
expert testimony in court cases and operating sophisticated laboratory equipment in conducting
tests. All work performed to be in accordance with standardized laboratory methods and controls
to ensure accurate and verifiable analyses of specimens. Position worksite is in the Department of
Public Safety Forensic Lab, 898 Goff Avenue, Orangeburg, SC 29115.
Minimum qualifications:
Master’s degree in genetics, biology, chemistry or a forensic science related area with a combination
of undergraduate and graduate course work covering biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology and
statistics/population genetics.
Formal training in forensic DNA casework analysis, including evidence processing, DNA extraction
and quantitation, PCR-STR DNA typing, data and mixture interpretation, CODIS eligibility
requirements, report writing and court room testimony. Must have passed external competency
tests in forensic body fluid identification and STR-DNA typing methodologies. Must be familiar
with FBI quality assurance standards for forensic DNA testing laboratories and the ISO 17025
international standards for the general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration
laboratories; have demonstrated competency in molecular biological techniques by being published
in a peer review journal in areas related to molecular biology; and have prior teaching experience in
a forensic related field.”
Minimum one (1) year experience working in a forensic laboratory
Documented formal training in forensic DNA casework analysis.
Demonstrated competency in molecular biological techniques.
Prior teaching experience in a forensic related field.

Full job description details and application found
on City’s website:
Contact the City Human Resources Department,
803.533.6000 for any questions.


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