MMIP Coordinator in Albuquerque, NM at PAE

Date Posted: 6/12/2020

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Job Description

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MMIP Coordinator

  • Arrange and participate in consultations with federally recognized tribal governments; federal, state and local agencies and enforcement; non-governmental organizations; and other stakeholders to develop national and district-wide MMIP guidelines to respond to cases of MMIP and to comply with DOJ and Congressionally mandated requirements.
  • Assist with training and perform other duties as directed to address the MMIP issue and other issues related to public safety in Indian Country.
  • Works directly with USAO managers and attorneys to set the scope of the work plan. He or she will independently consult with MMIP stakeholders to write and develop guidelines to respond to cases of MMIP.
  • Assist with the implementation of Savanna's Act, should it pass, and other statutory, regulatory and DOJ directives related to MMIP and other Native American issues concerning missing persons.
  • Facilitate and participate in consultations and liaison activities with Native American tribal governments and other federal partners, including the Department of Justice; the Federal Bureau of Investigation; the Bureau of Indian Affairs; tribal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; medical examiners; coroners; tribal, state, and local organizations that provide victim services; state and local governments; non-governmental agencies; and other MMIP stakeholders.
  • Arrange and facilitate training on missing person databases, alerts and other MMIP issues.
  • Coordinate creation of a current New Mexico Missing Indigenous Person (MIP) list, including vetting persons for the list if needed, and provide information about MIP to appropriate investigative agencies.
  • Review missing person and related investigations, analyze and assess the information; work with federal law enforcement agencies to prepare protocols for informing tribal governments, the media, and the public about MMIP.
  • Organize efforts such as planning, scheduling and conducting outreach to MMIP stakeholders to develop a consensus on MMIP response issues to the extent possible.
  • Develop an understanding of existing federal, state, local and tribal guidelines for MMIP.
  • Draft and edit guidelines, take minutes, communicate and facilitate communication, develop systems, collect statements and data, draft and analyze reports, create graphs and other media for presentations.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Must be able to obtain and maintain a US government security clearance.
  • Bachelor Degree or higher is preferred.
  • Extensive experience in law enforcement investigations with experience in MMIP cases preferred. 
  • Experience working with tribal governments or entities with experience with New Mexico's tribal governments or entities preferred. 
  • Experience reviewing and analyzing information, providing written reports and analysis, and developing national and district-wide guidelines and policies. 
  • Must have valid driver's license and dependable vehicle.

PAE is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.

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