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17 Feb 2023
Part-Time Mobile Medical Examiner – Al Majaridah
A Medical Examiner is responsible for performing examinations and autopsies under general direction, as well as analyzing and interpreting investigation data, signing official documents, testifying in court proceedings, photographing physical evidence, providing medical information on the deceased, and other duties as needed.
Job Title : Mobile Medical Examiner
Location : Al Majaridah, Aseer, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 31.39 per hour.
Company : Bexar County
Job Type : Part-Time
- A computerized, web-based records management system will be used to submit all death investigation reports on time, in a format that is easy to understand and impartial.
- Attending continuing education seminars, training programs, and suitable courses may help you maintain and improve your professional knowledge and abilities.
- Obtains expert witness competence for any forensic criminal and civil processes associated with cases examined, as well as for any extra forensic needs that may arise within the County.
- Law enforcement agencies, lawyers, judges, other medical professionals, relatives of the dead, the news media, the District Attorney’s Office, and the general public get medical information.
- Case papers are compiled in order to record the cause and manner of death, as well as to serve as evidence. On a rotational basis, this unit responds to death scenes and takes care of situations that occur late at night. It is feasible for the incumbent to testify in various District and Federal Courts in the United States of America. Projects that have been assigned by the Chief or Deputy Chief Medical Examiner are listed below. Infections are controlled and monitored.
- addresses regular questions and complaints, examines difficulties and initiates problem-solving, as well as directing complaints and problems to the proper staff members for resolution.
- Confers with the doctor of the person who died to find out about their medical, psychological, or psychiatric history; obtains medical and dental records of the person who died; investigates reports from outside agencies; and helps the Forensic Pathologists identify the person who died.
- He goes to many different pathology meetings, like the Neurophysiology Conference, the Case Consensus Meeting, and Toxicology Roundups. An expert in neurophysiology who trains medical students and residents in forensic neurophysiology, as well as explains the more subtle nuances of neurophysiology, is the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director’s main point person. As part of forensic pathology symposium and conferences, she gives lectures and gives presentations about the subject.
- Collects evidence, including medical history, medicines, and psychological condition, at the death/crime scene; obtains photographs/video of the site; interviews relatives and witnesses of the dead; and so forth.
- All of the material acquired during an inquiry is recorded and stored for future reference. In addition, if required, the investigator will seek police reports and medical documents from you.
- Detailed knowledge of the techniques, procedures, and processes utilized in the processing and production of evidence in order to ensure chain of custody control
- By the time of employment, you must have a current license to practice medicine in the state, as required by the Department of Professional Regulations.
- To be eligible, you must have an associate’s degree in biology, medical science, para-medicine, or a closely related discipline, as well as 1,000 hours of confirmed work experience. Experience in the field is preferred.
- With minimal supervision, demonstrates a high degree of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and devotion to the project at hand.
- having a solid knowledge of the medical examination and identification process, it is necessary to have a grasp of how trauma impacts a person’s health as well as a comprehension of the causes and consequences of natural illnesses.