|Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety
|Desired Job Location: Austin, Texas
||Date Posted: 5/3/2011
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 06/15/2011
|Desired Wage: 70000
||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
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
* Department of Energy Instructor with a (Q) Top Secret Security Clearance, Human Reliability Program Certification and multiple D.O.E. Instructor Certifications.
* Over 25 yearsˇ¦ supervisory/managerial experience of over 1200 personnel in the office and the field.
* Outstanding communication abilities/dynamic speaker.
* Experienced program manager for Operational Risk Management and Quality Assurance.
* Strong organizational and planning skills.
* Administrator and Negotiator for million dollar contracts.
* Experienced Trainer in Close Quarters Battle, Non-Lethal Weapons, Marine Corps Martial Arts, Marksmanship, and Physical Security.
2010-Present Wackenhut Services Inc. Amarillo, TX
Department of Energy OST Instructor
„X One of two Instructors responsible for the Annual, Semi-Annual Qualifications and Sustainment Training for 154 Federal Agents, as required by DOE M 470.4-8, specifically in the areas of Firearms/Tactics.
„X Plan, develop, organize and conduct training on various topics such as Firearms, Use of Force, Convoy Operations, Small Unit Tactics, Close Quarter Battle, Designated Marksman, Emergency Management, and Force on Force Exercises.
„X Coordinate all logistical support requirements for training venues.
„X Advise on curriculum development and provide input for annual training budget.
2008-2010 Bell Helicopter Amarillo, TX
Supply Management Specialist
„X Served as a facilitator/liaison person for Bell Helicopter to over (100) prime contractors/vendors.
„X Prepared government costs analysis and manufacturing costs estimates.
„X Analyzed aviation engineering change proposals (ECPˇ¦s) and logistics modification proposals ensuring safety of flight for the Zulu Super Cobra and Yankee Huey.
„X Assessed, evaluated, and prepared aviation program maintenance documentation to enable the H-1 production line to build aircraft ahead of schedule.
„X Translated requirements and documentation into Integrated Logistics Solutions.
„X Advised the Director of Source Management in all matters relating to ˇ§part shortagesˇ¨ and ˇ§hours held for partsˇ¨ with-in the Huey and Cobra programs.
2007-2008 Miracle Ranch Medina, TX
„X After retirement from the Marine Corps, served as a volunteer ranch hand for a horse rescue ranch.
2003-2006 United States Marine Corps Quantico, VA
Chief Trainer - Martial Arts Program
„X Managed an Instructor Cadre that consisted of (12) Formal School Instructor Trainers and (1243) Instructor Trainers worldwide.
„X Served as the subject matter expert (SME) for the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program earning a 4th degree black belt in the Marine Corps Martial Arts.
„X Directed the development and incorporation of curriculum for the Marine Corps 1st Degree Black Belt Instructor Trainer Course.
„X Trained over 10,000 Marines in the Marine Corps Martial Arts from 2003 through 2006.
„X Served as a Combat Advisor for a (600) man Afghanistan Light Infantry Battalion conducting combat operations from Nov. 2005 ˇV June 2006. Duties included training and advising the battalion in all matters related to conducting combat missions.
„X Conducted numerous combat missions with zero losses.
2002-2003 United States Marine Corps Persian Gulf Security Chief (S.S. Wright)
„X Served as the Security Chief for an aviation unit based in Cherry Point, North Carolina in preparation for and deployment to the Persian Gulf.
„X Trained a twenty (20) man team in physical security, small arms/crew served weapons, and
close quarters battle for shipboard security during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).
„X Conducted an in-depth security risk assessment and implemented operational requirements of the civilian cargo ship (S.S. Wright) in preparation for deployment to the Gulf.
„X Continued to develop the security team while serving in the Persian Gulf by instituting and supervising on board live fire of small arms and crew served weapons.
„X Managed the Security Team and served as an advisor for the Military and Civilian Commander aboard the S.S. Wright during Operation Iraqi.
1998-2001 United States Marine Corps Chesapeake, VA
Physical Security/Tactics Instructor
„X Served as an Instructor for the Marine Corps Security Force Training Company (MCSFT) managing a cadre of eight (8) instructors per section (Physical Security, Close Quarters Battle, and Weapons section).
„X Trained over (1000) Marines in basic security, security supervisor roles, close quarters battle, close combat, Marksmanship, and anti-terrorism.
„X Conducted security risk assessments of Marine Corps Security Force unitsˇ¦ worldwide and briefed unit and installation commanderˇ¦s.
„X While at (MCSFT), served as the Dam Neck rifle and pistol range Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge upon frocked promotion to Gunnery Sergeant.
„X Managed an Instructor cadre of (13) Marines who trained and qualified Marines annually in small arms, instructed the Small Arms Coaches School and the Designated Marksman Course.
Marine Corps Institute 1986-2006
Coastal Carolina Community 2002
Trainer and manager on Firearms, Use of Force, Convoy Operations, Small Unit Tactics, Close Quarter Battle, Designated Marksman, Emergency Management, Non-Lethal Weapons, Marine Corps Martial Arts, Marksmanship, Physical Security and Force on Force Exercises.
Certificates available on request.
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