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South African Police Service Recruits Warrant Officers – 25 Positions [Ends Today]

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11 Jul, 2014

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1. Post: Forensic Analyst (Warrant Officer)
Section: Crime Scene Laboratories
Component: Criminal Record and Crime Scene Management
Location of the post: National Office: Pretoria (2 Posts) (Ref FS 61/2014)
Vereeniging: Gauteng (1 Post) (Ref FS 62/2014)
Mmabatho: North West (1 Post) (Ref FS 63/2014)
Kimberley: Northern Cape (2 Posts) (Ref FS 64/2014)
Springbok: Northern Cape (1 Post) (Ref FS 65/2014)
Port Alfred: Eastern Cape (1 Post) (Ref FS 66/2014)
Mount Road: Eastern Cape (1 Post) (Ref FS 67/2014)
Mthatha: Eastern Cape (1 Post) (Ref FS 68/2014)
Park Road: Free state (2 Posts) (Ref FS 69/2014)
Mitchells Plain: Western Cape (1 Post) (Ref FS 70/2014)
Salary Level: BAND B1 Salary Notch 3 R228 027 (Per Annum)

Additional Requirements:
A three year NQF 6 qualification in Natural Sciences.
Applicable experience will be an advantage.

Core Responsibilities:
Investigate crime scenes for physical and trace evidence.
Investigate evidence chemically in the Laboratory using process flows
Digital capturing of evidence
Archiving and authentication of images in the laboratory.
Prepares evidence for presentation in criminal and other cases; provides expert testimony
regarding evidence, chain of custody, suspect identification and other forensic-related matters in
criminal and non-criminal cases.

 

2. Post: Forensic Analyst (Warrant Officer)
Sub-Section: DNA Analysis
Section: Biology
Component: Forensic Science Laboratory
Location of the post: Plattekloof: Western Cape (4 Posts) (Ref FS 72/2014)
Salary Level: BAND B1 Salary Notch 3 R228 027 (Per Annum)

Additional Requirements:
Relevant experience in the field of the post will be an advantage.

Core Responsibilities:
Analysis of biological material up to the level of evidence processing or analysis of DNA results;
Submission of reports regarding analyses performed;
Present expert testimony in court;
Attendance of applicable training interventions;
Perform general administrative duties related to case work.

 

3. Post: Forensic Analyst (Warrant Officer)
Sub-Section: Ballistics Analysis
Section: Ballistics
Component: Forensic Science Laboratory
Location of the post: Silverton: Pretoria (1 Post) (Ref FS 73/2014)
Port Elizabeth: Eastern Cape (2 Posts) (Ref FS 74/2014)
Plattekloof: Western Cape (2 Posts) (Ref FS 75/2014)
Salary Level: BAND B1 Salary Notch 3 R228 027 (Per Annum)

Additional Requirements:
A minimum of two (2) years relevant experience in the field of the post will be an advantage.

Core Responsibilities:
Investigation of Ballistics related cases and crime scenes.
Submission of reports regarding analyses performed.
Present expert testimony in court.
Attendance of applicable training interventions.
General administrative duties related to case work.

 

4. Post: Forensic Analyst (Warrant Officer)
Sub Section: Microscopy: Trace Analysis
Section: Scientific Analysis
Component: Forensic Science Laboratory
Location of the post: Silverton: Pretoria (1 Post) (Ref FS 76/2014)
Salary Level: BAND B1 Salary Notch 3 R228 027 (Per Annum)

Additional Requirements:
A National Diploma / B-Tech in one or more of the following: Chemistry or Textiles.
GC MS and LC MS analysis experience will be an advantage.
Additional experience in ICP OES and ICP MS will be beneficial.

Core Responsibilities:
Perform case work involving fibre, rope and button analysis.
Present expert testimony in court.
Crime scene attendance.

 

5. Post: Forensic Analyst (Warrant Officer)
Sub Section: Profiling: Material Analysis
Section: Scientific Analysis
Component: Forensic Science Laboratory
Location of the post: Silverton: Pretoria (1 Post) (Ref FS 77/2014)
Salary Level: BAND B1 Salary Notch 3 R228 027 (Per Annum)

Additional Requirements:
B-Tech, National Diploma or Bachelor of Science in Chemistry.
Statistics as a major will be an advantage.

Core Responsibilities:
Perform casework material analysis and profiling case work.
Present expert testimony in court.
Crime scene attendance.

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