19 Mar 2023
Full-Time MEDICAL EXAMINER – Cairo
A Medical Examiner is responsible for conducting examinations and autopsies; analyzing and interpreting investigation data; signing official documents; testifying in court proceedings; photographing physical evidence; providing medical information on the deceased; and performing related duties as needed, under general direction.
Job Title : MEDICAL EXAMINER
Location : Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
Salary : $ 32.1 per hour.
Company : Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Job Type : Full-Time
- For all death investigations, make sure you send in clear, accurate, and objective reports, in a computerized web-based records management system, in a specific format, and on time.
- To help with all forensic criminal and civil cases in the County, as well as for any other forensic needs.
- For example, he attends a neurophysiology conference, a case consensus meeting, and toxicology rounds as part of his work in pathology. In the subject of forensic neurophysiology, medical students and residents learn how to examine brains and spinal cords. In addition, the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director uses this individual to assist in the creation and implementation of additional instructional programs. This individual gives lectures, presentations, and forensic pathology symposiums and conferences.
- Determines the deceased’s medical, psychological, and/or mental history through consultation with the deceased’s physician; obtains and evaluates the deceased’s health care and dental records; conducts investigations into reports from outside agencies; and assists forensic pathologists in identifying the deceased.
- Medical history, medication use, mental condition at the time of the death, as well as weapons and other objects, are collected at the scene of a crime or death by investigators to identify how and why a victim died. Photos and videos are taken of the site, as well as interviews with anybody who could have seen the incident.
- There will be no omissions when it comes to the documentation of the probe. Police reports and medical data are requested by the investigator when necessary.
- 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.
- 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.
- The best way to stay up-to-date in your field is to attend seminars and training programs.
- Medical information is provided to law enforcement authorities, attorneys, judges, relatives of the deceased, the news media, the District Attorney’s Office, and the general public.
- Performs jobs effectively and with little supervision, exhibiting a high level of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and commitment.
- Having a valid license to practice medicine in this state is a requirement, according to the Department of Professional Regulations.
- Understanding the strategies, methods, and procedures utilized in the processing and production of evidence to ensure chain of custody control
- Medical and dental examination and identification procedures; knowledge of trauma; knowledge of natural diseases; and understanding of forensic external examinations, autopsy, and medical/dental examination
- An associate’s degree in biology or medical science, para-medicine, or a closely similar area of study from a recognized institution, with 1,000 hours of verifiable work experience in the field of study. Work experience in the field is desired.