19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Chief Medical Examiner – Buraydah
It’s up to a Medical Examiner to run tests, analyze and interpret data from investigations, sign official documents, testify at court hearings, take photos of evidence, and give medical information about the dead. They also do other things as needed.
Job Title : Chief Medical Examiner
Location : Buraydah, Al Qassim, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 33.23 per hour.
Company : Ulster County
Job Type : Full-Time
- Produces investigation summaries, documents all relevant material, and subpoenas police reports and medical records as required.
- It’s the job of this person to gather all the information about a case, like reports, diagrams, charts, and photos, and use them to prove and back up the cause and manner of death. During evening and night hours, the person in charge handles cases and makes decisions about who should be in charge. They also go to death scenes as needed on a rotating basis, and they do this on a daily basis. The person in this job gives evidence in U.S. District and Federal Courts, as well as Circuit Courts in nearby states, as needed. In the case of a special project, he or she takes care of it. It makes sure that infections don’t spread and that people stay safe.
- Responds to routine queries and complaints, investigates and resolves issues, and refers complaints/problems to the appropriate employees for resolution.
- Some of the pathological conferences he attends are Neurophysiology Conference, Case Consensus Meeting, and Toxicology Rounds. A specialty in forensic neurophysiology instructs future doctors on how to do tasks such as examining brains and spinal cords. Other instructional initiatives devised by the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director are also assisted by this individual. An expert in the field of forensic pathology, this individual gives lectures and presentations on a variety of topics.
- In this job, you talk with a dead person’s doctor to find out about their past health or mental history. You also get medical and dental records of the person, look into reports from outside agencies, and help the Forensic Pathologists identify them.
- Law enforcement, attorneys, judges, families of the deceased and the general public are given medical information by law enforcement agencies, other medical experts, news media, and prosecutors.
- To assist in determining the cause and manner of death, collects evidence at the death/crime scene, such as medical history, medications, psychological state at the time of death, weapons, and so on; secures photographs/video of scene; interviews family members, friends, and witnesses of the deceased.
- Make timely and correct submissions of all death investigations’ reports, which must be in a computerized web-based records management system following a defined format.
- inquiry into any and all forensic criminal and civil procedures related to the cases being investigated and any other forensic requests that may arise in the county, about the credentials of expert witnesses
- In order to keep current in your line of work, you should attend seminars, training programs, and the appropriate courses.
- As mandated by the Department of Professional Regulations, candidates must already have or be able to receive a current license to practice medicine
- Detailed understanding of the strategies, methods, and processes used in the processing and production of evidence in order to maintain chain of custody control
- An understanding of the medical examination and identification process is essential, along with an understanding of how trauma affects a person’s health, as well as a working knowledge of natural sickness origins and effects.
- have an associate’s degree from a college that is recognized. You also need to have 1,000 hours of work experience that is related to the field of study. Field-based work experience is a plus
- A great degree of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and devotion is seen in the work they do.