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Author Topic: NIBIN Technicians Wanted for Short/Long Term Contractual Work  (Read 1557 times)

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Offline Ron Smith

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NIBIN Technicians Wanted for Short/Long Term Contractual Work
« on: November 18, 2021, 12:22:39 PM »
Attention AFTE Members and fully trained NIBIN Technicians:  Ron Smith & Associates, Inc. have been receiving several requests from our state and local clients for assistance with their NIBIN entries and/or correlations. These are quite often the same clients for which we provide contractual Firearms Evidence Examiners. It does appear however, that there seems to exist a sizable number of agencies who can handle their actual firearms evidence caseload but who can never seem to keep up with their NIBIN entries/correlations.


To meet this ever increasing need, RS&A is forming a highly trained cadre of NIBIN specialists who can travel for several days each month to wherever they are assigned. They will be asked to work 10 hour days for eight days straight, which will provide the client with the equivalent of two weeks of work. They can work every month, or every other month if desired, or more often if they wish. 


If you are reading this posting and wish to speak with me directly then please call me at our toll free number of 866-832-6772.


RS&A is an equal opportunity employer, which also means that if you are given an equal opportunity to perform well, and you do, you will be given more opportunities. It also means that if you don't perform well and to the full satisfaction of my client, then you won't be invited back.


"RS&A Does the Right Thing, Because It Is the Right Thing. We Need No Other Reason".

 

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