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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 59549
Desired Job Location: Dulles, Virginia Date Posted: 4/16/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
- Highly motivated, enthusiastic,
and performance-driven professional,
equipped with 10-year experience in the
Marines complemented with strong
educational and training foundation.
Possess progressive experience in
security tactics and enforcement.
- Exemplify keen competencies in
directing and coordinating all
operational, logistical, financial, and
administrative aspects of Marine
Security Guard (MSG) Detachment.
- Demonstrate in-depth knowledge
in determining system requirements as
well as in resolving complex problems
and business challenges through
innovative solutions and
recommendations.
- Well-versed in maintaining high
ethical and quality standards,
professional demeanor, and a cooperative
attitude.
- Offer high-caliber management
qualifications in providing effective
leadership and facilitating training to
staff toward successful fulfillment of
organizational goals; extremely capable
to multitask in a globally competitive,
fast-paced, and deadline-driven
environments.
- Articulately communicate in
English and Spanish with working
knowledge in Portuguese and Russian
languages. Proficient in Microsoft
Office Suite with typing speed of 60
words per minute.


Experience:
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (USMC) ~
2003–PRESENT

Marine Detachment Commander, American
Embassy, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan Jun
2011–Present
Assistant Detachment Commander, American
Embassy, Helsinki, Finland Dec
2010–Jun 2011
Assistant Detachment Commander, American
Embassy, Damascus, Syria Jan
2010–Dec 2010
Marine Security Guard, American Embassy,
Lisbon, Portugal Dec 2008–Dec
2009
Artillery Section Chief, Platoon
Sergeant, Quantico, VA, USA Apr
2006–Nov 2008
Artillery Section Chief, Office Clerk
(and several billets in Artillery)
Mar 2004–Mar 2006

- Spearhead and mentor in Marine
Security Guard (MSG) Detachment, U.S.
Embassy Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
- Adhere strict compliance with
appropriate training, discipline,
performance, morale, and welfare of the
Marines assigned to the Detachment.
- Instrumental in ensuring 24-
hour, uninterrupted protection of all
classified material, U.S. Embassy
facilities and personnel.
- Facilitate annual and special
training required for U.S. Marine Corps
and Marine Corps Embassy Security Group
(MCESG) for more than 100 Detachment
Marines to develop their knowledge,
skills, and abilities.
- Direct and coordinate all
operational, logistical, financial, and
administrative aspects of MCESG
Detachment.
- Administer annual operational
budget to fund operations, maximize
investments, and optimize efficiency.
- Provide expert advice to the
U.S. Ambassador and Regional Security
Officer (RSO) on all matters related to
physical security, protective policies,
operational plans, and Detachment
readiness.
- Expertly manage physical
security and protection of classified
material and personnel.
- Enhance morale and ensure
welfare of all Marines in the Detachment
by keeping order and discipline in the
Marine living quarters.
- Supervise and foster positive
working relationships with Department of
State (DoS) personnel to achieve their
highest performance level and sustain
Detachment operational readiness.
- Author Detachment directives and
orders to ensure mission accomplishment.
- Assume full responsibility in
managing the Detachment’s Table of
Organization (T/O), coordinating with
Region and Marine Corps Embassy Security
Group (MCESG) staff, ensuring Detachment
manpower is effectively maintained and
transferring personnel properly.
- Plan and coordinate live-fire
range operations to maintain Detachment
members’ DoS qualifications for armed
security.
- Carry out safe and accurate
firing of artillery rounds and
responsible for the accountability and
maintenance of over $1M worth of
equipment to include weapons and mission
essential gear.
- Facilitate training and
execution of training operations for a
unit of over 100 Marines.
- Administer $6M worth of
equipment to include weapons and mission
essential gear.
- Fulfill the role of office clerk
responsible for all administrative work
for the commanding officer and senior
enlisted advisor for over 150 Marines,
achieving a higher state of readiness
for the artillery unit.


Education:
EDUCATION

BACHELOR DEGREE IN Homeland Security:
Expected Completion: Sep 2012
~ American Military University, Online

COURSEWORK TOWARD ASSOCIATE’S DEGREE IN
GENERAL STUDIES (2 CLASSES SHORT OF
COMPLETION): Jun 2006–Jun 2008
~ Northern Virginia Community College,
Woodbridge, VA


Affiliations:
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Skills:
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Additional Information:
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

- Seamlessly improved the security
posture in American Embassy Ashgabat by
providing the Marines with realistic
training, proposing innovative
recommendations to the RSO section on
equipment needed and training the local
guard force.
- Served as a significant
contributor in increasing the quality of
life in the Marine living quarters in
Ashgabat and Damascus by ensuring wise
usage of funds provided to the
Detachment.
- Presided over the successful
Marine Corps Ball in Ashgabat,
Turkmenistan by gathering several
diplomats in an austere post; received a
letter of recognition from the German
Ambassador, thanking the Marine
Detachment for a job well done.
- Selected from a pool of 25 Staff
Non Commissioned Officers worldwide to
hold the billet of Detachment Commander
without formal training.
- Conducted effective weapon,
self-defense classes, and training to
local guards in Damascus that were hand-
picked to form the Ambassador’s Guard
Detail for the incoming Ambassador to
the United States in Syria, Robert Ford
and recognized by the Regional Security
Office section for the high-quality
training provided to the guards.
- Earned distinction for
organizing successful high-profile event
in the Damascene Diplomatic Community,
for the first time in 4 years, hosting
275 guests that ranged from high-ranking
officers in different militaries to
ambassadors and diplomats.
- Chosen from a pool of over 50
sergeants in an artillery unit to be the
Platoon Sergeant in an instructor
battalion for newly commissioned
officers.
- Entrusted to be the lead
instructor in artillery standard
operating procedures to be given to the
Marines from Chile, thus receiving a
letter of appreciation from the
Artillery Regiment Commanding Officer,
highlighting the importance of such
bilateral training for the good of the
military and artillery community.
- Displayed unsurpassed expertise
in managing $200K mission-essential gear
and equipment for the Marine Detachment.
- Maintained safe and accurate
firing of artillery rounds and
responsible for over $6M worth of
equipment to include weapons and
mission-essential gear during one
overseas deployment and several training
evolutions over a period of 6 years.
- Received the following military
honors and awards through demonstration
of exemplary performance, dedication,
and efficiency:
- Promotion to Detachment
Commander
- Three Good Conduct Medals
- Letter of Appreciation from the
Commanding Officer in one of the Marine
Security Guard Group in the Western
European Region
- Letter of Appreciation from the
Regional Security Office in Helsinki,
Finland
- Letter of Recommendation from
the Regional Security Office in
Damascus, Syria, Helsinki, Finland and
Lisbon, Portugal
- Letter of Appreciation from the
10th Marine Regiment Commanding Officer
- Meritorious Mast from H Company
in Marine Corps Combat Training course
- Meritoriously promoted to
Private First Class during Recruit
Training
- Marine of the Quarter for the
10th Marine Regiment


MILITARY TRAINING

UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (USMC)
Marine Security Guard Training |
Artillery Local Security Chief Course |
Artillery Section Chief Training | Field
Artillery Crewman Course



COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

- Supported an international
school in Ashgabat by mentoring young
kids and coaching them in soccer and
dancing.
- Empowered and mentored HIV
positive kids in Portugal.


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