19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Special Investigator Medical Examiner – Sibsagar
Investigations into unusual or violent deaths are made easier by this position, which serves as a link between the State Medical Examiner’s Office and county medical examiner offices, as well as a go-between for bereaved family members and the general public.
Job Title : Special Investigator Medical Examiner
Location : Sibsagar, Assam, India
Salary : $ 33.85 per hour.
Company : Webb, County of (TX)
Job Type : Full-Time
- An online records management system must get all death investigation reports on time and in a certain way. It is important to be accurate and impartial at all times, even when you’re writing.
- For the purpose of determining the death’s cause and manner, the incumbent gathers case materials, which may include any and all relevant reports, diagrams, charts, and photographs. On a rotational basis, the incumbent handles cases that come in during the evening and night hours, determines jurisdiction, and goes to death scenes as needed. If necessary, the incumbent will testify before federal and district courts in the United States, as well as circuit courts in neighboring jurisdictions. Deputy Chief Medical Examiners and the Chief Medical Examiner delegate special duties to this office. Infectious illness management and surveillance are put into place.
- Maintain and improve professional knowledge and abilities through participating in continuing education seminars, training programs, and related courses.
- Investigates the scene of a death or a crime to determine the circumstances around it and the method(s) employed. Evidence gathered in this way includes information on a victim’s medical history, prescription drug details and other relevant information.
- Toxicology Rounds, Case Consensus Meeting, and other conferences in pathology are among the many she attends. Teaching medical students about forensic neurophysiology; conducting special seminars for medical students and residents; explaining the more subtle nuances of neurophysiology to the Deputy Medical Examiner/Medical Director’s educational programs for medical students and residents; and participating in the design and delivery of other educational programs initiated by the Deputy Medical Examiner/Medical Director. Forensic pathology symposium and conferences are attended by him, as are relevant lectures and presentations.
- There are several ways to learn about a dead person’s medical, psychological, and/or mental history, including talking to their doctor, requesting medical and dental records, and looking into reports from other organizations.
- Handles routine inquiries and grievances, conducts investigations into issues, initiates remedies, and refers complaints or problems to the appropriate departmental personnel.
- Information on a person’s medical condition is provided to law enforcement, attorneys and judges, the family members of the deceased, the news media, the District Attorney’s Office, and the general population.
- In all criminal and civil matters related to investigations and any other forensic demands within County, we provide expert witness skills.
- Investigative summaries, detailed case reports, and records of all investigative information are kept. The investigator also subpoenas police reports and medical records as needed.
- With minimal supervision, demonstrates a high degree of initiative, effort, attention to detail, and devotion to the project at hand.
- At the time of employment, a current license to practice medicine in the state is required by the Department of Professional Regulations.
- 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.
- Medical and dental examination procedures; knowledge of natural disorders; and familiarity with forensic external examinations are some of the things you should know before becoming a medical or dental examiner.
- an awareness of the procedures and techniques used to gather, process, and prepare evidence