The fundamental reason this position exists is to provide the County Community Corrections department with drug testing services. Employees in this position will maintain testing equipment, collect test samples, perform data entry, and conduct drug testing in the department laboratory. Employees perform other duties as directed including preparing reports and performing administrative duties. Employees in this class do not receive close supervision. Work requires computer skills and attention to detail. Results of drug testing are confidential and procedures are followed to ensure confidentiality. Work is performed with considerable independence but is reviewed by the Director of Community Corrections and others assigned by the Director.
High school diploma or GED certificate supplemented by the completion of one post-secondary computer course. One (1) year of experience in administering drug tests or performing light laboratory duties in a medical setting to include use of basic computer skills, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.