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5 Feb 2023
Part-Time Chief Deputy Medical Examiner – Jamshedpur
This role assists in the investigation of suspicious, unnatural, or violent deaths; serves as a liaison between the State Medical Examiner’s Office and county medical examiner offices; and does related activities as required.
Job Title : Chief Deputy Medical Examiner
Location : Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
Salary : $ 31.95 per hour.
Company : NYC Careers
Job Type : Part-Time
- Any forensic criminal and civil proceedings connected to the cases under consideration, as well as any other forensic demands that may develop in the County, should be investigated for expert witness credentials.
- On time and in a certain format, all death investigation reports must be sent to an online records management system. Accuracy and impartiality must be maintained at all times.
- 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.
- Among the conferences he goes to are the Neurophysiology Conference, the Case Consensus Meeting, and Toxicology Round. Forensic neurophysiology is a field that teaches residents and medical students how to do things like look at brains and spinal cords. This person also helps with the design and implementation of other educational programs that the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director wants to teach. Related lectures, presentations, and forensic pathology symposium and conferences are given by this person. He also takes part in them.
- Stay updated in your area of expertise by attending seminars, training programs, and appropriate courses.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Case files are compiled to chronicle the cause and manner of death and to serve as evidence. Responds to death scenes on a rotational basis and is responsible for late-night events. The incumbent may testify in other District and Federal Courts in the United States. The Chief or Deputy Chief Medical Examiner assigns projects. Infections are controlled and monitored.
- Handles routine inquiries and grievances, conducts investigations into issues, initiates remedies, and refers complaints or problems to the appropriate departmental personnel.
- Medical and dental exam skills, understanding of trauma, acquaintance with natural illnesses, and proficiency with forensic external exams are all essential.
- An associate’s degree in biology or medical science, para-medicine, or a closely equivalent field of study is necessary, as is a minimum of 1,000 hours of verified work experience in a field related to the field of study. Experience in the field is preferred.
- As mandated by the Department of Professional Regulations, candidates must already have or be able to receive a current license to practice medicine
- Detailed knowledge of the techniques, procedures, and processes utilized in the processing and production of evidence in order to ensure chain of custody control
- A great degree of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and devotion is seen in the work they do.