City of Memphis accepting applications for video analyst jobs

The city of Memphis is accepting applications for 10 part-time video analyst jobs.

The positions will each pay $20.45 an hour, and applications are only being accepted until February 25.

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The essential job functions are listed as follows:

Works under an assigned supervisor track and catalog body camera, in-car, and other police department videos. Researches and retrieves information and provides copied video for court purposes. Testifies in court regarding data security, chain of custody, integrity of evidentiary data, and collection and retention protocols related to departmental videos. Assists in responding to various requests such as open record requests. Provides technical assistance, instruction, and training of department staff concerning the operation and use of equipment and materials. Follows established guidelines to ensure data is handled to evidentiary standards and retention schedule is followed. Coordinates with technology professionals and vendors regarding computer data storage, network and programming activities, technical services, software technology systems, and hardware related to digital video. Assists with the procurement and implementation of new equipment and software applications related to collection, storage, organization, security, reproduction and dissemination of departmental videos. Collects video evidence by driving to various locations throughout the city.

Other duties are also listed.

To be eligible for the positions, you must have a valid driver’s license, an Associate’s Degree or 55 credit hours from an accredited college or university and must be able to work various shifts with various days off.

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