Experienced Close Protection Officer Resume
|Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety
|Desired Job Location: Beverly Hills, California
||Date Posted: 4/18/2007
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 01/06/2007
|Desired Wage: 800000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
|Highest Degree Attained: High School/Equivalent
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
As a professional Security Specialist, Tactician and Strategist having served 13 years in the British Military and having been in the security industry over the last 2 years, I have been able to work in some of the worlds most uncomfortable and sociably demanding environments over the last decade in both peace keeping and war fighting roles. Over the last two years I have had the privilege of working in both corporate and hostile environments in close and executive protection roles.
I am currently working as a Security contractor with specialist skills in Close and Executive Protection. My previous clients have been a number of prestigious security companys, blue chip organisations, high profile media and film personalities, Foreign and English royalty. I am currently working as a security contractor for the American Department of Defence. I am seeking the opportunity to further my career in the corporate security environment and I feel my expertise, knowledge and attributes and the ability to get things done would be well suited to your organisation. I am a proactive not inactive individual who looks for solutions rather than problems.
I have extensive knowledge and experience that I have gained from my career to date that could be utilised by your organisation. This includes:
Effective people manager.
Health and safety.
First Aid (trauma, life support)
Weapons and Tactics.
Use of advanced communications equipment.
Physical, technical and structural security expertise.
Helicopter Pilot (R22, Jet Ranger Bell 206)
I can offer your organisation a vast array of attributes coupled with the values and standards that are synonymous with formerly being in the British Armed Forces and as a member of the Security Industry.
I am both flexible and adaptable and willing to work and travel anywhere in the world. I am available for the interview process immediately.
Please find enclosed my CV which highlights the relevant qualities in respect of work opportunities you may have.
I look forward to taking the opportunity of discussing any possible work opportunities at your convenience.
January 2007 Present AEGIS DEFENCE SERVICES Security Contractor/PSD
Responsibilities included; Close and Executive Protection duties in hostile environments and arduous conditions, removal of threats, embarrassment and harassment. Personal Protection Officer to senior military personnel and DOD civilians, client facilitation, reconnaissance, map reading, advance usage of specialist communications devices, tactical driving (B6 armoured vehicles), loss prevention, medical, specialist weapons and tactics usage and implementation. Client protocol, intelligence gathering and implementation, disaster management and prevention, conflict resolution, briefings and report writing.
November 2006 January 2007 SISS Team Leader Close Protection Team
Responsibilities included; Close and Executive Protection duties that encompass client facilitation, removal of threat, embarrassment and harassment. Team Leader, interaction with company executives, music and film industry officials. Client protocol, loss prevention, Crisis management, convoy and tactical driving, media management, preparation and implementation of advances, disaster management and prevention, access control and operation, physical, structural, and technical security, planning and management of personnel at all levels, briefings. Creation of a sterile environment around the clients and their families at all times.
June 15th October 2006 SALADIN - DEFENDER (Al Saud Close Protection Team)
Responsibilities included; Close and Executive Protection duties that encompass client facilitation,
Interaction and liaison with senior royal family members, religious protocol, international travel, preparation and implementation of advances, medical support, loss prevention, client hospitality, operations room manning and control, sophisticated alarm system control and operation, identifying key areas of integral security failures and implementing workable solutions, physical, structural and technical security, access control, residential security team duties, briefings, coordination of advances, report writing, convoy driving and the creation of a sterile environment which our client and family could enjoy, free from harassment, embarrassment, threat and obtrusiveness.
June 2nd 11th 2006 ALTHORP ESTATE (Lord Spencer/Gorbachev Team Leader Security)
Responsibilities included, Team Leader, Training and advising of correct security methods, Close Protection, access control, personnel management, media management, client facilitation, liaising with the royal family members, residents and staff from Althorp Estate to achieve an effective low profile security solution, risk/threat analysis, conflict management, asset protection, loss prevention, surveillance, briefings, communications, event management and control, problem solving, solution implementation, profiling, health and safety.
May 2006 HSBC ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (Team Member CP)
Responsibilities included; Close Protection, surveillance, internal and external security, access control, and profiling, high calibre of customer focus and care (internal and external), asset protection, health and safety, communications and briefings.
May 2006 ENGLAND WORLD CUP SQAUD 2006 (Team Leader CP)
Responsibilities included; Close Protection, risk analysis, access control, media management, personnel management, loss prevention, asset protection, conflict management, health and safety, liaising with senior FA members of staff, briefings and reporting, report writing, event management and control, problem solving, solution implementation, and profiling.
April -May 2006 AMICUS MENTOR (Team Member CP)
British Aerospace and British Petroleum Annual General Meetings. Responsibilities included; Close
Protection, conflict management, access control, physical, technical and structural security, crowd
control, training, report writing, medical services, client facilitation, internal and external customer focus,
health and safety, profiling, surveillance, risk/threat analysis, media management, communications and
March 2006 SECURITY MANAGER
Responsibilities included; Supervising and controlling a minimum of 12 security officers in their daily duties, asset protection, loss prevention, liaising with clients, security/technical audits for personal, physical and structural, access control, report writing, health and safety policy and implementation, risk/threat analysis, problem identifying and implementing of solutions, shift management, supervising and identifying key areas of improvement, identifying training needs of security officers and supervising their training to the relevant standards required, equipment husbandry, site planning and organisation.
BRITISH ARMY( Infantry)
1992 2005 RECONNAISSANCE PLATOON SERGEANT
Iraq tour OpTelic 5, received a mention in dispatches for courage, professionalism and calmness under high levels of stress. Assisted and advised in the planning, preparation, training and deployment for operations in Iraq including medical and psychological preparations.
Organised and advised in the planning and preparation for deployments of personnel for operations in Canada, Northern Germany and United Kingdom for training in Hostile environments exercises including prerequisite medical and mental preparation.
Planned and advised on the implementation of effective security measure, security of Airfields, Military establishments, buildings and compounds. Supervised and instructed in the training and development of personnel for a multitude of high intensity operations including 4 and 6 man contact drills both on foot and mobile, escape and evasion drills, conflict and disaster management, security of individuals and structures, weapons and tactics, psychological preparation, first aid, marksmanship, discipline and general operation and conduct of personnel.
Commander of a 32 man unit and sometimes up to 120 personnel on operations, which included patrolling, psychological operations, covert surveillance including marksman deployments. Assisted in the Iraq Police and National Guard mentoring. Provided Close Protection support operations. Organise and controlling intelligence, collating, implementation and supervising the distribution of such information. Supervising and controlling Prisoners of War in the Iraq conflict.
Qualified as a Platoon Sergeant (middle manager), with responsibilities including instructing and training personnel, both in peacetime and war operations, weapons and tactics. Took over the helm of the Reconnaissance Platoon in charge of 32 men, supervised and conducted training in the arts of surveillance, war fighting skills, weapons and tactics, psychological operations, intelligence gathering. Carried out covert surveillance operations in somewhat difficult situations.
Deployed to Macedonia as part of the Organisation for Support and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) force. Moved to Germany as part of the 4th Armoured Brigade in 2000. Critical in the departments conversion to the armoured role teaching both armoured and dismounted tactics and weapons skills.
1. Helicopter Pilot (PPL H, R22, Bell 206 Jet Ranger).
2. Close Protection Officer (Ronin South Africa, Phoenix).
3. Weapons and Tactics.
4. Risk/Threat analysis.
5. Training and operational management.
6. Project management and implementation.
7. Conflict/Disaster/Crisis management.
8. Policy, and strategic planning and implementation.
9. International travel.
10. Physical, technical and structural security.
11. Health and Safety.
12. Asset protection.
13. Loss Prevention.
14. Covert Surveillance.
15. Advanced use of specialist communication devices.
16. First Aid RMA (trauma and life support)
17. Advance Driver.
Qualifications and Training
Phoenix Close Protection (City and Guilds NVQ Level 3) Feb 2006
Security Industry Authority Licensed, Close Protection (0801 1002 3727 7504) Jan 2006
Ronin South Africa Close Protection Level 5, NVQ Level 3 (PSIRA, POSLEC,
City and Guilds, HWSETA,ASLET, SASSETA, SITA, SITO) Aug 2005
Tactical use of firearms (NQF level 5) Aug 2005
Provision of Close Protection to designated persons (NQF level 5) Aug 2005
Private Pilots Licence (PPL H) Aug 2005
Medical (trauma and life support) RMA Aug 2005
European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) Jun 2005
Basic Computer Skills (BCS Level 1 and 2) Jun 2005
Anti Terrorism Bodyguard Services (HSC Ongoing) Jun 2005
Colloquial A and B German Languages (Distinction) Jun 2005
Op Ajax Selection (Covert Surveillance, 14 int) Jul 2003
A, B, C + E Driving (M/Bike, Car, HGV, LGV, Class 1) Jun 2003
Platoon Sergeants (Group Leader) Battle Course (Weapons and Tactics) Apr 2003
Training and Operational Management (NVQ Level 4) Apr 2003
Covert Surveillance Sep 2002
Simulator Weapons Instructor (SAT) Apr 2002
Large Calibre Weapons Instructor Mar 2002
Education for Promotion (GCSE English, Maths) Jul 2001
Fleet Manager (all types) Jul 2000
Fitness Instructor Jan 2000
Section Commanders (Team Leader) Battle Course (Weapons and Tactics) Nov 1998
Driving Instructor Sep 1997
Tactics and Weapons Instructor Jan 1996
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