BeaumontRecruiter Since 2001
the smart solution for Beaumont jobs

PREA Auditor

Company: Creative Corrections, LLC
Location: Beaumont
Posted on: June 25, 2022

Job Description:

Creative Corrections is actively recruiting exceptional candidates to be considered for a PREA Auditor to be located CONUS. This will be a contract role within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), The Office of Enforcement of Removal Operations (ERO), The Office of Field Operations (OFO), The U.S. Border Patrol (USBP), and organization elements of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Creative Corrections is under contract with DHS who seeks to acquire professional auditing services in order to obtain certification of compliance with the DHS PREA Standards, which establishes robust safeguards against sexual abuse and assault of individuals in DHS custody. These standards prescribe a wide range of requirements for ICE's long-term immigration detention facilities and ICE's and CBP's short-term holding facilities with regard to preventing, detecting, and responding to incidents of sexual abuse and assault. Including requirements related to screening, assessment, staff training, detainee education, reporting, coordinated response, medical and mental health care, investigation, and data monitoring.

PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE
The anticipated period of performance is five (05) one (01) year option periods.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide high-quality reports including, but not limited to, audit activities, audit findings, areas of non-compliance, recommendations, significant event observations, and findings.
  • Experience in following instructions provided on each report template and within any supplemental guidance documents as outlined by the DHS PREA audit instrument.
  • Ability to conduct on-site visits, in order to accurately assess compliance at ICE immigration detention facilities and ICE and CBP holding facilities.
  • Ability to receive and review facility data and documentation prior to the on-site phases of the audit; conduct on-site inspections; observe programs and activities, interview a representative sample of staff, contractors, and volunteers, as applicable; individually interview a representative sample of detainees aligning and conduct detailed reviews of documents and reports.
  • Ability to independently verify the facility is in compliance with DHS PREA Standards.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
    • A U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident.
    • Must hold active DOJ PREA certification
    • A Bachelor's degree or higher, or at least 3 years' experience conducting DHS or DOJ PREA Audits.
    • Three years of specialized experience in auditing, monitoring, quality assurance, and/or investigations, attained in a federal and/or state prison, local jail, or any Federal Government agency that overseas incarcerated individuals such as but not limited to, the BOP or ICE.
    • Must have resided in the United States of its Territories for three or more years out of the last five.
    • Experience in law enforcement, investigative, advocacy, monitoring, and quality control experience that is related or has a nexus to corrections, detention, or short-term confinement operations, including federal, local, and state department of corrections/detention personnel
    • Demonstrated experience as an auditor performing quality assurance or monitoring at corrections or detention locations.PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
      • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively to all audiences
      • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including but not limited to Outlook, Word, etc.
      • Demonstrated ability to work in a team and independently.
      • Demonstrated attention to detail, while maintaining timeliness and control over multiple elements.
      • Demonstrated experience in detention/ incarceration and/or short-term confinements.
      • Demonstrated experience in analyzing, monitoring, or studying conditions of civil or criminal detention.SECURITY CLEARANCE
        ICE will exercise full control over granting, denying, withholding, or terminating unescorted government facility and/or sensitive Government information access for contractor employees, based upon the results of a fitness screening process. The preliminary Fitness determination will allow the contractor employee to commence work temporarily prior to the completion of a Full Field Background Investigation by the Office of Professional Responsibility Personnel Security Unit (OPR-PSU)

        PLACE OF PERFORMANCE
        Approximately 30% of the work is expected to be performed onsite at the DHS immigration detention facilities or holding facilities. The remaining 70% of the work (preparing for an audit, reviewing facility documentation and drafting reports) will be performed at the Auditor's personal or corporate workspaces.

        PREA audits shall normally be performed at DHS facilities in the Continental United States (CONUS) and seldomly Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). OCONUS locations may include Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. Territories, and Possessions.

        HOURS OF OPERATION
        Contractor employees (auditors) will normally perform audits during the core business hours of 8:00 am to 6:00 pm but may also arrange, with the concurrence of the audited facility, to conduct audit activities during non-core business hours (e.g., interviewing facility staff from all shifts). Audits will generally occur Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays, as directed by the Contracting Officers Representative (COR).

        TRAVEL
        Travel will be within the National Capitol Region, other CONUS locations, as well as OCONUS locations during the performance of this contract. Federal travel will be consistent with the Federal Travel Regulations (FTR) and the ICE Travel Handbook. Premium class travel is not authorized.
        QUALIFICATION DETERMINATIONI understand that if I am selected to move forward in the recruiting process, the responses I provide on the screening questions and/or qualifications matrix must be fully supported by my resume. I further understand that my resume must highlight all relevant years of work experience to include starting and ending dates (MM/YYYY to MM/YYYY) of employment for each position held, as they relate to this job opportunity, as well as my education (if applicable).
        ABOUT CREATIVE CORRECTIONS...We, at Creative Corrections, are committed to a workplace grounded on the principles of mutual respect, encouraging various cultures and perspectives, while recognizing that we must "listen" in order to grow. It is our belief that if we foster a diverse-conscious work environment, it will assist us in recruiting, cultivating relationships, and attracting quality candidates from a diverse applicant pool. By acknowledging our differences, as well as embracing and supporting them, we believe it will not only benefit our Company but aid in our growth as a Nation.We are also proud to establish our company as an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. If you require assistance, or an accommodation, due to a disability, please reach out to our recruiting team at recruiting@creativecorrections.com.

Keywords: Creative Corrections, LLC, Beaumont , PREA Auditor, Accounting, Auditing , Beaumont, Texas

Click here to apply!

Didn't find what you're looking for? Search again!

I'm looking for
in category
within


Log In or Create An Account

Get the latest Texas jobs by following @recnetTX on Twitter!

Beaumont RSS job feeds