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Since 2001, PRM has been working under the Department of Justice (DOJ), Professional Assistance Contracts (PACs) which support the DOJ Asset Forfeiture Program. Currently, PRM has Senior Financial Investigators in all DEA Field Divisions, DEA Headquarters, and the Special Operations Division.
In February 2014, PRM was selected by DOJ as one of the vendors for the Asset Forfeiture Investigative Support Services (AFISS) contract, the follow-on contract vehicle for PACs. AFISS serves as the Department of Justice, the Department of the Treasury and the Department of Homeland Security.
On November 17th , 2016 PRM was awarded the DEA Task Order under AFISS as a prime contractor. PRM is now recruiting for the positions listed below. If, after reviewing the qualifications, you are interested in pursuing employment with PRM or its sub contractors please submit your resume at the “Careers” section of the PRM website, www.prmusa.net.
Senior Financial Investigator (SFI) – Organizes and conducts detailed examinations of information generated during complex financial criminal/civil investigations and information available through alternative sources for the purpose of conducting financial analyses of personal/business assets of targeted organizations/individuals. Utilizes information obtained as a result of the financial analysis and prepares documentation for use by law enforcement personnel pursuing civil and criminal forfeiture matters. A minimum of ten years of law enforcement experience planning, conducting and participating in complex financial investigations with a minimum of five years in a specialized area of expertise such as Forfeiture, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Fraud, Drug, Money Laundering, or similar area of criminal activity is required. An undergraduate degree is required. The SFI must possess working knowledge of current financial investigative techniques, including the use of commercial databases and other sources of information, and a valid driver’s license. Foreign language skills are preferred but not required.
Financial Investigator (FI) – Work is similar to the SFI. The FI position requires 5 years of law enforcement experience and a minimum of 2 years of experience specializing in asset forfeiture or financial investigations. The FI shall possess working knowledge of current financial investigative techniques, including the use of commercial databases and other sources of information, and a valid driver’s license. An undergraduate degree is required. Foreign language skills are preferred.
Investigative Analyst (IA) – Supports Asset Forfeiture and/or financial Investigations by providing ancillary support to the Agency’s Asset Forfeiture Programs. This may include supporting the Government, or other contractors. The position requires an undergraduate degree or 5 years’ experience.
Seized Property Investigator (SPI) –Requires an undergraduate degree and a minimum of 10 years’ law enforcement experience. SPI should have an expert level knowledge of seized assets, inventory management, and complex asset disposal methods.
Legal Advisor (LA) – Requires a Law degree and significant breadth and depth of experience in litigating forfeiture-related cases (at least 5 years experience). Legal Advisors may provide expert legal research, analysis, and writing on sophisticated as- set forfeiture issues. Provides training on various legal matters relating to asset forfeiture. Assists with the preparation of complex legal documentation, and conducts analysis of facts, evidence, and legal authorities relating to forfeiture investigations and litigation (To be ordered/used on an as needed basis and for limited duration).
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