Primary responsibilities of the Associate Medical Examiner:
- Performance of medicolegal autopsies, including certifying the cause and manner of death and preparing reports.
- On-call time divided among Chief, Deputy Chief and Associate Medical Examiners.
- Consult with attorneys, physicians, families, and law enforcement.
- Provide expert testimony at depositions and trial.
- Teaching appointments at Geisel (Dartmouth) School of Medicine, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences PA Program and Franklin Pierce University PA Program are available.
- Public health opportunities include serving on fatality review committees on child deaths, domestic violence fatalities, suicides, elderly and incapacitated adult fatalities and fetal/maternal deaths.
- be certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic Pathology
- be certified or eligible for certification* by the American Board of Pathology in Forensic Pathology by virtue of successful completion of a forensic pathology fellowship at an accredited institution
- qualify for a New Hampshire medical license
*”Board-eligible” candidates shall be board certified within two years of hire
- Three weeks paid vacation and three weeks sick leave
- Health insurance choices and pharmacy coverage with wellness incentives
- Dental insurance
- Salary range $220,000 to $240,000 per year
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How to apply
How to apply: Email CV/resume and letter of interest to:
Dr. Jennie V. Duval
Chief Medical Examiner