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Security Consultant Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 11698
Desired Job Location: Charlotte, North Carolina Date Posted: 3/11/2007
Type of Position: Contractor Availability Date: April 1 2007
Desired Wage: Neg
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent Willing to Relocate: Undecided


Objective:
Obtain a tactical position with an elite, team oriented organization


Experience:
2006 United States Investigations Services
Baghdad, Iraq

Mentor for the PSD team of the Vice President of Iraq, Sheikh Ghazi [Ujail Al-Yawer]

Establish, train and mentor a professional security detail for the Vice President.
Plan and coordinate operational protection duties conducted by the Iraqi PSD.
Liaise with various government and private organizations dealing with Vice Presidential security matters (US Military, US State Department, Iraqi Government and various Private security companies)
Manage and control equipment issued to PSD members by the US State Dept.
Maintain the standard of all Security detail members by giving in-service training.



2004-2005 United States Investigations Services
Baghdad, Iraq

Member of the instructional cadre for the Bureau of Dignitary Protection

Responsible for training the close protection teams of the President, Prime Minister, Vice President and numerous members of the new Iraqi government.
Training included weapons proficiency and shooting skills with the Ak-47 and Glock.
PSD training included walking formations, sound off cover and evacuate, crowd and press control along with many other training modules.
Driving skills encompassed basic and advanced driving methods, motorcade and convoy techniques as well as down limo procedures.
Responsible for the Advance Team training.
Course abides by the requirements of State Department's Personal Security Detail (PSD) Protocols, and goes beyond these minimum standards.


2004 Blackwater USA
Baghdad, Iraq

Member of the Personnel Security Detail for the U.S. Ambassador L. Paul Bremmer

Responsible for the close protection and personal safety of the Ambassador.
Provided close protection in various environments and traveled to high levels meetings and or functions throughout Baghdad and surrounding cities.
Transported the client using teams that consisted of two to seven car convoys.
Demonstrated use of crowd control during special events which required highly efficient movement and communication in an unpredictable environment.
Utilized various aircraft for transportation to and from sites in high risk or long distant venues.
Awarded the position of door gunner on the AH/MH-6 Little Bird.
Provided reconnaissance and cover support for the main body before, during and after movements.



2004 Blackwater USA
Baghdad, Iraq

Member of the Personnel Security Detail for the U.S. Ambassador John Negroponte

Member of the Advance Team.
Driver for the Lead Advance vehicle.
Driving skills practiced and utilized include: motorcade driving, 3 and 4 point turns, J turns, reverse 180ís, and attack recognition as well as pursuit and anti-pursuit techniques.
Member of the counter sniper team.
Responsible for providing protection and surveying the site location from the rooftops for possible enemy sniper fire.
Skills utilized included: camouflage and concealment, long range spotting and shooting techniques, providing alternate routes for extraction of the client.



MILITARY EXPERIENCE


1990-1992 3/75TH Ranger Regiment

Member of an elite fighting unit.
Training included close quarter battle, clearing of hostile buildings, anti- terrorist techniques.
Other skills learned were reconnaissance, patrolling techniques, radio operation/call for fire support.
Highly efficient with small unit tactics including raids and ambushes.
Very proficient at rappelling, fast-roping as well as numerous airborne jumps from 1800 to 800 feet.
Able to obtain and maintain a secret clearance.

1994-1996 Continental Enterprises

Corporate research and private investigations of fraud, workers compensation and other various cases.
Worked closely with many law enforcement officials such as the F.B.I., the State Police and undercover narcotics officers.
Skills learned include night and day time surveillance, undercover operations and techniques.
Issuing warrants, serving subpoenas, technical writing of reports and professional testimony.
Proficiency with electronic equipment for the use of gathering intelligence information.


Education:
1993-1994 Marshall University Core Curriculums
1997-1998 Mitchell Community College Information Technology


Affiliations:
2002 South Carolina Grappling Champion.
2003 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Classic submission champion.
Texas D.P.S. Level III Security Company Managers License
AF&AM Lodge 496


Skills:
Expert in numerous weapons systems.
Extensive knowledge of computers including hardware and most major software programs.
Highly motivated individual with positive attitude in all situations.
Excels under high pressure environment.
CPR certified.
Basic EMT skills include treating various injuries such as flesh wounds, burns, chest wounds, taking vital signs, administering IVís and medications


Reference:
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