Records Examiner/Analyst with the US Marshals Service
Forfeiture Support Associates (FSA), LLC - Atlanta, GA

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The U.S. Marshals Service is the nation's oldest and most versatile federal law enforcement agency. Federal marshals have served the country since 1789, often in unseen but critical ways. The Marshals Service occupies a uniquely central position in the federal justice systemby being the enforcement arm of the federal courts, involved in virtually every federal law enforcement initiative. Presidentially appointed, U.S. marshals direct the activities of 94 districts - one for each federal judicial district. More than 3,950 deputy U.S. marshals and criminal investigators form the backbone of the agency. Among their many duties, they protect the federal judiciary, apprehend federal fugitives, seize property acquired by criminals through illegal activities, house and transport federal prisoners and operate the Witness Security Program.

A Records Examiner/Analyst will provide Data Analyst tasks and executes the following duties:

Manage front desk/secure entry area and monitor switchboard and video surveillance cameras

Receive and greet visitors, media, and all training participants

Screen all contractors

Answer main SERFTF phone lines

Maintain duty rosters

Keep track of locations of Investigators in the field throughout each day and post

Act as dispatcher in broadcasting messages and requests for Investigator assistance

Perform system/database queries for investigators (wanted persons, tags, etc.)

Forward court orders for pen registers, traps and traces and maintain records on shared drive

Prepare and work official USM-123 files for over 50 investigators, closing and filing cases in the system

Serve as backup system (JDIS) Administrator

Provide administrative support to Regional Field Chief, Commander and SERFTF supervisors

Maintain all office equipment (copiers, printers, fax machines, postage meter, etc.), order office supplies, assist with building maintenance issues

Send/receive packages and maintain log on shipments

Maintain and track motor vehicle files and binders, submit quarterly reports, reconcile fuel and maintenance charges

Order tags and registration for all vehicles and handle annual renewals

Review and submit accident reports, liaison with insurance companies, IOD, and MSD

Prepare vehicles for auction, coordinate with GSA, IOD, MSD, handle sales and delivery of vehicles

Maintain Peach Passes for toll roads for all vehicles - submit MOUs

Distribute fleet cards

Prepare 157s for purchases

Assist in tracking accountable property and inventories

Report capitalized property

Submit travel card applications, vendor payment forms and E2 access requests for all IOD employees and TFOs

Handle distribution and activation for all blackberries, cell phones and aircards/Mi-Fi hot spots, order new devices/upgrades

Perform JDIS entry for open warrants and closing warrants, including uploads of warrants and photos

Maintain investigative filing system

Coordinate with participating agencies on MOUs and required financial documents

Collect, review, and submit TFO overtime hours for reimbursement

Handle AFF vehicle purchase paperwork for all TFOs

Submit reimbursement requests for Agency AFF vehicle fuel and maintenance costs

Other duties as assigned

A Data Analyst may also:
Review Data and information from multiple sources

Establish case/project files

Enter and retrieve data from data bases

Prepare and format management reports

Manipulate, transfer, compute and print information

Create and manipulate spreadsheets

Prepare and correct reports and correspondence using word processing software

Conduct validation and verification of case files and case data system
The Records Examiner / Analyst may serve as the contractor's supervisor in small offices. The Records Examiner / Analyst shall have the ability to:

Be responsible for the day to day supervision of contractor assignments

Provide on-site supervision for Contractor workforce

Provide on-the-job training for new personnel

Ensure Contractor personnel meet periodic training requirements

Schedule Contractor employees

Provide on-site quality assurance and quality control of work performed by Contractor personnel

A Records Examiner/Analyst must meet the following qualifications:
A four year undergraduate degree is preferred
Attention to detail and the ability to read and follow directions is very important
Good oral and written communications skills are highly desirable
Must possess a demonstrated ability to analyze documents to extract information
This position requires U.S. Citizenship and a 7 (or 10) year minimum background investigation.
The closing date for this position is 7/10/14 or until the position reaches a status of applicant pool readyThe hiring department is not required to accept resumes after the closing date. However, additional resumes may be accepted after the closing date if the hiring department wishes to expand the applicant pool.