Case Workflow Manager
PURPOSE: To provide complex database research to answer interagency RFIs (Requests for Information) and to prepare casework for latent print examination, final reporting and uploading report results to required databases.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Collects, compiles, and analyzes information for routine and special business records, documents, and reports related to program. Proofreads and copyedits documents and reports. Responsible for quality checking electronic and printed documents and assisting group managers with quality control measures. Provides supporting services to group managers to assist them in scheduling and completing work assignments.
Prepares case information for latent print examination and items for court testimony utilizing various case reporting databases for final reporting and to upload forensic reports to required databases.
Serves as lead and primary trainer for administrative personnel. Assigns, coordinates, and oversees work assignments. Designated positions may have direct supervisory responsibility for up to 10 assigned administrative team members.
Performs preparation and maintenance of case files for latent print examination. Conducts research on specific law enforcement, biometrics and forensic case reporting databases.
Coordinates with other staff and technical specialists to respond to latent print related RFIs (Requests for Information).
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent experience) and a minimum of three (3) years’ experience with government C-IED case reporting databases. Must have experience with forensic processing, researching, and submitting queries via intelligence and law enforcement databases, such as, DOD SIPRNET, NIPRNET, and common biometric and forensic casework tools/databases (i.e., BIR/BI2R, WEAT, CIDNE, EXPeRT, BIARs). Report writing/formatting, office management, organizational skills, verbal skills (oral and written), analytical skills, ability to work independently and ability to synthesize large volumes of data into concise information required. Must possess advanced proficiency with Microsoft Office applications. Providing support regarding C-IED issues specifically related to latent fingerprint exploitation or examination preferred. Experience using IAFIS, TEDAC Master, as well as, the Distributed Common Ground Station - Army (DCGS-A) applications, such as, Query Tree, CIDNE, M3/AMHS, Analyst Notebook, and/or Google Earth preferred. CEXC Iraq Reports Database, Pathfinder/TRAX, Tripwire Analytic Capability (TAC) experience considered a plus. In-depth experience with IAFIS functions including assign submission log, unsolved latent file, and practical knowledge of IAFIS manager rights to access fingerprint images in other latent print examiners' log preferred. Must be able to obtain and maintain a Top Secret (TS) security clearance.
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