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System Information Advisor

CARSI

BACKGROUND

 

The CARSI Initiative, one of the largest and most sophisticated multi-lateral security efforts in the world, provides funding for the

USG to assist the governments of the CARSI countries with police professionalization, justice sector reform, counter narcotics efforts,

border security management, crime and violence prevention, and anti-corruption efforts. In support of CARSI, INL its tasks include

but are not limited to:

• Assist in developing more effective and transparent security and rule of law institutions, which work together effectively

and cooperate with international partners to reduce threats from transnational and domestic crime, including terrorism,

and improve border security and protect human rights.

• Support CARSI state and society efforts to establish efficient, transparent, and accountable prosecutorial, correctional,

and alternative justice systems institutions that respect human rights.

• Assist CARSI countries in improving federal, state, and local governments’ operational ability to prevent and mitigate

crime and terrorism, impact transnational criminal organization (TCO) cash flow, contribute to criminal cases against

TCO leaders and members, disrupt TCO trust and corruptive relationships, and safely apprehend TCO and other high

target offenders.

• Improve border security, including building support to the new government’s efforts to secure CARSI borders.

• To meet the Congressional mandates of the CARSI Initiative, INL programs in the region include the following objectives:

• Continue to support CARSI state and federal entities with efforts to institutionalize the rule of law among law enforcement

and judicial sector operators, including through police professionalization, justice sector reform, anti-corruption,

and border security initiatives.

• Help CARSI countries achieve its transitions to the new criminal justice system.

• Create a 21st century border structure, by further developing CARSI countries’ capacity to detect and prevent smuggling

of illicit goods and trafficking in persons.

• Support networked technology systems and professionalization to strengthen CARSI countries control of their respective

northern and southern borders and ports of entry.

• Bolster CARSI countries efforts to prevent crime and violence by supporting the establishment of resilient communities

better able to withstand the pressures of organized crime through drug demand reduction, citizen oversight of security

forces, and culture of lawfulness programs.

• Continue to build CARSI countries capacity to disrupt and dismantle organized criminal networks, including capacity

building to counter illicit finance and combat the production of, and trafficking in, illegal narcotics.

• Support the U.S. Government’s goal to support CARSI state and society efforts to establish highly efficient, transparent,

and accountable prosecutorial, correctional, and alternative justice institutions that respect human rights; to assist

CARSI countries in improving federal, state, and local governments’ operational ability to prevent and mitigate

crime and terrorism, impact transnational criminal organization (TCO) cash flow, contribute to criminal cases against

TCO leaders and members, disrupt TCO trust and corruptive relationship, and safely apprehend TCO and other high

target offenders; and to improve border security.

  

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Posted On: 04/09/2018
Category: Professional Services
Department: CARSI
Shift: Unknown
Location: Central America
Job Type: Law Enforcment Subject Matter Expert
Education: Experience may override Education
Pay Rate: To be determined
Duration: 1 - 5 years
Travel: Yes
Job Description:

• Assists and advises the GOH HNP with implementing recommendations for the

• NACMIS (National Access Case Management Information System), as well as other police database communication matters.

• Provides guidance and recommendations, helps to develop, implement and manage the Automated Case Management and Information System.

• Works in consultation with counterparts based in Honduras.

• Monitors and measures the impact of the NACMIS strategy and makes adjustments accordingly.

• Provides technical assistance for the analysis, design, growth, and implementation of the new communication system that will be used by the GOH National Police to control citizens that have liberty restrictions.

• Maintains system applications and development tools, analyzes NACMIS’ existing information systems with the goal of improving user interfaces and increasing data capture. Makes recommendations and coordinate the implementation of NACMIS nationwide.

• Develops implementation plans and technical requirements for HNP nation- wide implementations.

• Recommends and organizes the implementation of all new acquired information resources for NACMIS communication systems expansion, as well as improvements to the infrastructure in the data center located at the DNIC.

• Designs and implements an anti-gang database to support criminal investigations against domestic and transnational gangs.

• Designs and implements a homicide tracking database to support criminal investigations.

• Designs a NACMIS end-user training program for Criminal Investigation School to implement nationwide as the system is rolled out.

• Liaises with host nation police office to communicate success stories and results, offering mentoring and advice when needed.

• Provides training to national police staff and introduce new, cost-effective digital technologies for the more rapid collection and dissemination of information from field operations in Honduras.

• Works with INL advisors to identify training needs of the National Police personnel. Proposes training options and course availabilities.

• Provides advice and assistance in the preparation of procurement documentation for technical services, training, and commodities as well as monitoring procurement actions. Drafts source-origin waivers, bid solicitations, scopes of work, technical evaluations and delivery and acceptance of procured items.

• Attends meetings with U.S. and GOH officials as requested

• Hours for this full-time position will be the core hours of the US Embassy in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Monday through Friday, 40 hours per week.

• The position will be stationed in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

• National and international travel may be required.

• Create a work plan per the instructions.

• Provide weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reports of relevant program activity, progress toward desired impacts, recommendations for advancing program and U.S. objectives, project highlights, and other relevant significant information including metrics, milestones achieved, and other relevant statistical data. Report on scheduled upcoming meetings, trainings, and other activities, outlining dates and participants.

Qualifications:

• US citizen, Honduras citizen or TCN

• MRPT required if a US citizen or TCN

• Successful RSO background security check if a Honduras citizen

• English FSI level 3/3, Spanish FSI level 3/3

• Five (5) years’ of demonstrated experience managing and providing technical/tactical expertise on programmatic issues to offices and stakeholders involved.

• Five (5) years’ demonstrated experience dealing with complex problem analysis and coordinating with program stake-holders to resolve issues.

• Five (5) years’ experience working with the NACMIS data system as both a system operator and system administrator.

• Ten (10) years’ experience working with ORACLE, XQL, Oracle Forms and Reports and VMWare Horizon.

• Five (5) years’ experience working as a Telecommunications Advisor with non-U.S. law enforcement agencies.

• Knowledge of international police development and reform.

• Knowledge of Honduran telecommunications policies and standard operating procedures.

Preferred Skills: