Criminal Justice Information Compliance and Innovation

Consultants - Instructors - Sales - PM

We are looking for experienced professionals nationwide interested in remote work and flexible schedules. Apply today.

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Experience?

Records management. IT. NIBRS. Case management. Procurement. 

Team Player?

Work well with others. Collaborative. Leader. Committed.

Big picture?

Fast learner. Creative. Problem solver. Critical thinker.

Communicator

Share ideas. Teacher. Well-spoken. Self-driven.

Working at PRI

Since 2008, PRI has provided transformative modernization and efficiency to records management and IT operations across the criminal justice system. Our training and consulting services are of the highest caliber. To be part of our team is to be a special kind of person- someone who is self-motivated, works well with others, is creative, sees the big picture, is a great communicator and takes ownership of their work. 

Applicants must have experience working in a criminal justice agency.  Applications from persons without prior employment in a criminal justice agency will not be reviewed.

Director of Consulting

Director of Consulting

Pay range: $62,500-$100,000
Position: DOC. Full-time.
Location: prefer persons located within the South Florida area. However, remote work is acceptable.
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About

PRI maintains a positive work culture and high level of professionalism. Your work is valued. Your contribution to our clients success is paramount. We value integrity, critical thinking, and flexibility. The Director of Consulting (DOC) is a key position which oversees and manages all PRI consulting projects, assists with the sales process, and provides consulting services. The primary goal of the Director is growth of PRI’s consulting business. The secondary goal is to ensure ongoing delivery, management and quality of PRI consulting services.

The performance of the business overall is highly dependent on quality services and maintenance of its positive, well-known reputation. This responsibility implies that the Director must be highly experienced, motivated, and dedicated to the success of every client and the business itself.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher related to business administration, technology, or criminal justice
  • Demonstrated expertise in current criminal justice trends, operations, issues
  • Experience in law enforcement, judicial and correctional records management operations
  • Experience in crime reporting programs (UCR/NIBRS)
  • Experience in formal project management and the tools used in this field
  • Insight into future approaches to criminal justice
  • Advanced experience in business process, management and leadership of teams
  • Knowledge of diverse business matters such as IT, procurement and training
  • Experience in drafting CAD/RMS Request for Proposals
  • Experience in drafting consulting services proposals
  • Experience in drafting findings and recommendations reports

Skills

  • Proficiency in MS Office applications
  • Familiarity with a wide variety of business management software (CRM, ERP etc.)
  • Outstanding verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills
  • Aptitude in creative problem-solving
  • Ability to develop creative PowerPoint presentations
  • Use of CAD/RMS systems
  • Proficiency in using MS Excel to measure/calculate various types of data including KPI and financial measures.

Job Overview

There are three key components to the role of the Director:

1) Achieve consistent growth of the company’s consulting business by working with the Chief Growth Officer during the sales process (draft proposals, conduct sales presentations);

2) Ensure the consistent delivery of the best possible services to clients by providing consulting solutions related to criminal justice records management and technology;

3) Assist in the recruitment and hiring of consultants.

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Instructors and Consultants

All States

Instructor – Public Records/RM

Pay: $750/day + per diem and travel expenses as approved.  Instructors are scheduled according to their availability and typically teach 1 to 4 courses monthly. Instructors which qualify may be eligible for consulting work as well or for additional training if desired.

PRI training is the best there is. If you have instructor experience, subject matter expertise in state public records law and records management procedure, and are interested in advancing your career and income, you may be a candidate for our training team. Becoming an instructor with PRI is an honor. Here is what’s involved:

  • Fill out the application below and attach your resume. If your application is accepted, we will contact you and arrange for a preliminary interview.
  • Upon successful completion of the preliminary interview, PRI will provide you with sample training material to conduct a mock presentation to PRI staff.
  • Upon successful completion of the mock training, you will undergo further PRI virtual training.
  • You will then co-teach a PRI course with an existing instructor and undergo evaluation.
  • You will then teach a course solo and undergo evaluation.
  • Upon successful completion of this evaluation period, congratulations!

A $500 bonus is provided for any course you develop that is approved by PRI. Courses should be 1 or 2 days.

Qualifications

  • 10 years experience in law enforcement (sworn or civilian)
  • Must have 4-year college degree
  • Must have minimum 5 years of direct experience in criminal justice records management
  • Prior experience in training/instruction of subject matter
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Superior PowerPoint skills

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Instructor – NIBRS

Pay: $750/day + per diem and travel expenses as approved.  Instructors are scheduled according to their availability and typically teach 1 to 4 courses monthly. Instructors which qualify may be eligible for consulting work as well or for additional training if desired.

PRI training is the best there is. If you have instructor experience and subject matter expertise in NIBRS, you may be a candidate for our training team. Becoming an instructor with PRI is an honor. Here is what’s involved:

  • Submit your application below, to include your resume. If your application is accepted, we will contact you and arrange for a preliminary interview.
  • Upon successful completion of the preliminary interview, PRI will provide you with sample training material to conduct a mock presentation to PRI staff.
  • Upon successful completion of the mock training, you will undergo further PRI virtual training.
  • You will then co-teach a PRI course with an existing instructor and undergo evaluation.
  • You will then teach a course solo and undergo evaluation.
  • Upon successful completion of this evaluation period, congratulations!

A $500 bonus is provided for any course you develop that is approved by PRI. Courses should be 1 or 2 days.

Qualifications

  • 10 years experience in law enforcement (sworn or civilian)
  • Must have 4-year college degree
  • Must have minimum 5 years of direct experience in criminal justice records management
  • Expertise in NIBRS
  • Prior experience in training/instruction of subject matter
  • Excellent presentation skills
  • Superior PowerPoint skills

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Consultant – Records Management

Pay: $85-$125 per hour + expenses. Part-time. This is an independent contractor position. Work is scheduled according to consultant availability. Travel is minimal.

Consultants assist criminal justice agencies with records management and digital transformation solutions through business process analysis and re-engineering, requirements gathering, needs assessment, RFPs, records inventories, retention scheduling and compliance with state law. Consultants work on assigned projects remotely, as they are available. Travel is minimal. 

  • Development of work plans and written reports
  • Needs analysis and process re-engineering
  • Requirements gathering
  • Business process modeling
  • Conducting strategic planning sessions
  • Records management operations, inventories and scheduling
  • Proposal development
  • Coordinating internal and external resources and third parties/vendors
  • Use appropriate management techniques to communicate client needs, project reports, findings and recommendations

Qualifications

  • Must have a 4 year college degree
  • Proven experience with projects in criminal justice information management
  • Intermediate to advanced technical knowledge with understanding and hands-on experience with criminal justice information management systems
  • Excellent communications skills
  • MS Office applications, including detailed spreadsheets
  • Excellent writing skills with ability to produce executive level reports
  • Excellent organizational skills including attention to detail as well as big-picture comprehension of overall project, impacts of project changes, understanding of organizational culture
  • Advanced experience working with MS office products and spreadsheets
  • Experience with digital transformation, document management and conversion process and technologies

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Consultant

Pay: $85-$125 per hour + expenses. Part-time. This is an independent contractor position. Work is scheduled according to consultant availability. Travel is minimal.

Consultants assist criminal justice agencies with information management projects including for example CAD/JMS/RMS replacement, document imaging, and/or systems integration. Consultants will conduct business process analysis and re-engineering, requirements gathering, needs assessment, RFPs, and related activities. Consultants work on assigned projects remotely, as they are available. Travel is minimal. 

  • Development of work plans and written reports
  • Needs analysis and process re-engineering
  • Requirements gathering
  • Business process modeling
  • Conducting strategic planning sessions
  • Proposal development
  • Coordinating internal and external resources and third parties/vendors
  • Systems integration
  • Use appropriate management techniques to communicate client needs, project reports, findings and recommendations

Qualifications

  • Must have a 4 year college degree
  • Proven experience with references managing projects in criminal justice
  • Intermediate to advanced technical knowledge with understanding and hands-on experience with public safety technology systems
  • Excellent communications skills
  • MS Office applications, including detailed spreadsheets
  • Excellent writing skills with ability to produce executive level reports
  • Excellent organizational skills including attention to detail as well as big-picture comprehension of overall project, impacts of project changes, understanding of organizational culture
  • Experience with databases, system administration, code tables
  • Advanced experience working with MS office products and spreadsheets

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Our Mission

Improve public safety in our clients communities by ensuring the delivery of accurate, timely and efficient management of agency records and data through the utilization of tomorrow’s technology and effective business processes.

Integrity Always

We operate with the utmost level of integrity without compromise, promoting the ethical performance of our duties in all that we do. Our work is conducted in the most efficient manner possible to ensure the responsible stewardship of our clients investments.

Care For Our People

We recognize that the value and well-being of our employees translates into superior care of our clients. We encourage self-initiative, creativity, teamwork and open-dialogue while understanding the importance of flexibility, passion and commitment to client satisfaction.

Results Oriented

We pay attention to the details while seeing the big picture. Our decisions and actions are based on first understanding what the results will be and only upon gathering all available information.  We understand organizational culture and the unique environmental conditions of each project.