Careers: Professional Services

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Professional Services Careers

Whether you’re early in your career or looking to make a change, CRI has exciting opportunities supporting government agencies through our professional services careers. Be part of a team that tackles interesting and challenging work on some of the best federal and state contracts

Professional Services: Job Types & Functions

Here’s a look at some of our more popular positions.

Provides support to federal clients with a variety of tasks depending on clients needs, including reviewing, organizing and analyzing documents and providing FOIA and Privacy Act review and processing FOIA cases. FOIA Analyst positions are located in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree or Juris Doctorate
  • Technical experience in processing complex information requests under the FOIA/PA
  • Software experience such as FOIAXpress and eDiscovery
  • Ability to obtain and retain a Public Trust clearance

Provides partial or full life cycle acquisition and procurement support for clients in the Washington, D.C. metro area offering acquisition services internally or for other agencies. Financial analysts positions range from junior to senior levels.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma, GED or bachelor’s degree
  • Governmental accounting, business management or budget experience
  • Ability to obtain and retain a Public Trust clearance

Provides acquisition support services for clients in Washington, D.C. metro. Contract specialists provide the full range of procurement-related support for the client’s acquisition activities. These positions range from junior to senior levels.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Federal contract experience
  • Knowledge of procurement and procedures
  • Ability to obtain and retain a Public Trust clearance


Many of our clients are having employees who are comfortable with various types of technology telework from home due to ongoing COVID-19 protocols.

While these are currently remote positions, employees must be able to return to the office at any time at the request of the client.

Military Roots

Our Military Roots

CRI was founded by Johnny Dillard, a retired Marine Corps Officer, Vietnam Veteran and Army National Guard Lieutenant Colonel.

We continue that legacy with a commitment to hiring veterans and their families — helping those who protect our freedoms.

Hiring Process

Once you’ve found a job that fits you, it’s time to apply. Here’s what you can expect with our hiring process.

Apply Online

Look for open positions on our Professional Services Careers portal. Once you find one that matches your interest and skills, click the “Apply” button to set up your login information and begin filling out the application.

Application Review

After you apply, a recruiter will review your resumé to ensure you meet all the qualifications required for the position. They may also see if your experience matches other open positions.


Depending on the job you applied for and the requirements of the role, you may be asked to complete an online assessment prior to an interview.


If you meet all of the qualifications, a recruiter may contact you regarding the next steps, which can be a phone or virtual interview.


After the interviews are complete, a hiring decision will be made. If you are chosen, a recruiter will make a verbal offer of employment. You will then receive an offer letter notating your start date, along with other important documentation.


Your hiring manager or a member of HR will ensure you have the details you need to begin the onboarding process, as well as benefits and other information. Welcome to CRI!

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