DNA Databank Technical Unit Leader-Wisconsin
The Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory is seeking a DNA Databank Technical Unit Leader.
Are you passionate about forensic science and assisting law enforcement as well as the public? Are you desiring an ambitious new role to advance your skill set? Are you seeking an innovative team-oriented environment? Come join the DNA Databank Unit at the Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory Bureau in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin!
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is searching for a talented DNA Analyst to serve as the DNA Databank Technical Unit Leader. This position is responsible for quality control compliance, updating written materials, and providing consistency throughout the unit. Individuals will also assist in the training and mentoring of DNA Databank DNA Analysts and Laboratory Technicians and providing guidance to local law enforcement. There will never be a dull moment!
In accordance with FBI Quality standards, as a Technical Unit Leader the incumbent must have the following:
Master’s degree in biology, chemistry or forensic science-related area and shall have successfully completed 12 semester or equivalent credit hours from the following subject areas: biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and statistics or population genetics. At least three semester credits must have been completed at a graduate level.
Minimum of three years of human DNA experience as a qualified analyst on database or forensic samples.
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