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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 58918
Desired Job Location: Winchester, California Date Posted: 3/27/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 90000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Dedicated, astute, and results-driven
professional, offering proficiency in
military operations, weapons systems,
and local military forces, along with
qualified experience gained through 32
years of active service in the United
States Marine Corps. Powered with
expertise in budget management, program
development, strategic planning,
executive management, executive
coaching, leadership development,
organizational leadership and strategic
leadership. Adept in providing security
and executing safety measures, with
profound knowledge in diplomatic
personal security, operational security
investigations, and police management
within high-threat, non-permissive
environments. Armed with demonstrated
success in community policing principles
and the capability to promote and lead
community service through modern police
practices.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND HIGHLIGHTS

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (USMC) -
2001~2011

3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Sergeant Major
- Miramar Airbase, San Diego, CA
2009~2011

- Proficiently served as senior
enlisted advisor to the Commanding
General of the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing,
with 17,000 Marines and sailors at 4
different bases and 380 aircrafts
- Provided outstanding support to
combat operations as part of war on
terror by proficiently handling 5,000
Marines during 1-year assignment in Iraq
and Afghanistan in support of Iraqi
Freedom, New dawn, Enduring Freedom, and
other operations within 11th, 13th, and
15th Marine Expeditionary Units
- Directed the attainment of wings
mission through execution of dynamic
leadership and managerial acumen
- Led initiatives and facilitated
the 14 meritorious promotions and
selection of 50 marines special duty
assignment

1st Marine Regiment Sergeant Major -
Camp Pendleton, CA 2006~2009

- Deployed to Iraq as senior
enlisted Marine for 5,000 Marines and
sailors of the Regimental Combat Team 1
as part of I Marine Expeditionary Force
(IMEF) combat operations’ 14-month tour
- Played an instrumental role in
maintaining a stable environment in and
around two major cities of Fallujah and
Ramadi
- Contributed in the success of
Regimental Combat Team 1 in
counterinsurgency operations by leading
a good example and presenting effective
advise to the regiments commander and
mentoring officers and enlisted marines,
soldiers, sailors, and airmen

Marine Tactical Air Command
Squadron/Marine Air Control Group 38
Sergeant Major -
Miramar Airbase, San Diego, CA
2004~2006

- Expertly served as a senior
enlisted Marine, supervising 4,000
Marines and sailors who were deployed to
Iraq for 11 months combat operations in
support of the war on terror

2nd Recruit Training Battalion Sergeant
Major, Marine Recruit Depot - San Diego,
CA 2003~2004

- Applied best management
practices as senior enlisted Marine for
100 Marines and 2,000 recruits in the
training pipeline of the Marine Corps
basic training
- Efficiently mentored and
developed subordinates resulting in the
selection of numerous drill instructors
as DI of the Year, DI of the quarter,
meritorious promotions, and selections
to the Warrant Officer and MECEP
programs
- Instilled a philosophy of
concerned leadership and professionalism
to every member of the Second recruit
Training Battalion that created a
positive command climate that promoted a
strong sense of teamwork and camaraderie

1st Sergeant, Marine Corps Recruit Depot
- San Diego, CA 2001~2003

- Accomplished 7 cycles of
training company for 2nd Battalion
recruit training
- Led the success of both Golf
company and Second Recruit Training
Battalion through exceptional and
indicative quality of service rendered


Education:
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice
Administration - 2011
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY - San Diego, CA

Associate of Arts in Criminal Justice -
1996
THE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE - Orono, ME



AWARDS AND HONORS

Legion of Merit, 2011
Bronze Star Medal for Combat Operations,
2006 and 2009
Meritorious Service Medals, 2001 and
2004


Affiliations:
AFFILIATIONS

Member, The American Legion
Member, Veterans of Foreign Wars
Member, 1st Marine Division Association
Member, Drill Instructors Association
Sergeant-at-Arms, Friendly Sons of St.
Patrick


Skills:
FUNCTIONAL STRENGTHS

Law Enforcement
- Provided direct police service
and employed the latest security
techniques and devices to manage
multiple and complex investigations and
security operations related to suspected
violations of federal, state, or local
laws to prevent or solve crimes
- Enforced the security and
stability of the Government of Iraq
while improving the Regimental Combat
Team (RCT) efforts and operations to
counter enemy operations

Security Administration
- Performed more than 250 combat
patrols throughout area of operations,
visiting outposts of the regimental
combat teams battlespace
- Assessed the security posture
and morale of RCT1s combat forces in a
complex and lethal counterinsurgency
combat environment
- Engaged in various mounted and
dismounted patrols; inspecting posts and
crew served weapons positions

Operations Management
- Demonstrated keenness in
inspecting various sites where units are
operating to quickly assess and
recommend tactical improvements, enforce
SOPs, and collect lessons learned
- Worked in partnership with Wing
Inspector in providing expertise in
drill, changes of command, ceremonies,
and protocol
- Enhanced the recruit training
process by reviewing all battalion
policies and providing effective
recommendations

Operative Credibility
- Appropriately executed
procedures, requirements, regulations,
and policies related to specialized
expertise
- Epitomized marine virtues in
assisting individuals in overcoming own
fears along with dealing with tragedy,
ensuring units to maintain aggressive
offensive mindset and professional
conduct
- Initiated and ensured conformity
with changes and clarification to Marine
Corps Orders, including personnel
evaluation system, physical fitness
testing, and weight control

Public Service Motivation
- Exemplified commitment to serve
the public, ensuring that actions meet
public needs and organizational
objectives and practices are in line
with public interests

Problem Solving and Decisiveness
- Provided well-informed,
operative, and timely decisions, even
when data are limited or solutions
produce unpleasant consequences; easily
recognizing the impact and implications
of decisions
- Identified and analyzed
problems; generated and evaluated
alternative solutions; and presented
effective recommendations
- Performed well as single point
of action and knowledge on a broad tane
of executive decision making
requirements
- Initiated top down corrective
action to resolve discrepancies by
conducting comprehensive review on daily
operating procedures and recruit
training practices

Conflict Management
- Encouraged ingenious pressure
and differences of opinions; carried out
ways to prevent counter-productive
confrontations; as well as resolved
conflicts and disagreements in a
constructive manner

Human Capital Management
- Identified specific needs of
subordinates and realized varying
degrees of experience to tailor
mentorship programs to establish
capabilities and discuss demanding tasks
to monitor respective units
- Led the regimental combat teams
warriors at forward operating bases and
combat outposts; monitoring watch
standers at patrol bases and ensuring
adherence with established standards of
discipline and conduct
- Exemplified high standards of
discipline in mentoring marines of fresh
units
- Established workforce based on
organizational goals, ensuring
appropriate recruitment, selection, and
appraisal
- Developed staff’s ability to
perform and contribute to organizational
operations by providing ongoing feedback
and opportunities to learn through
formal and informal methods


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