EMERGENCY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST - Law Enforcement Securit
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EMERGENCY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST Resume


Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 80039
Desired Job Location: Olive Branch, Mississippi Date Posted: 10/18/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 00000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:

Goal-driven and seasoned professional with more than 22 years of experience in security management and threat mitigation; complemented

with more than 6 years of experience in hostage recovery, and counter improvised explosive device (IED) operations.

Well-versed in identifying and evaluating threats, including personnel and facility access security in permissive and non-permissive

environments. Known for integrity and professionalism, with the ability to maintain a calm demeanor in facing crisis and emergency

situations. Expert at collaborating with senior-level groups in the development, review, and implementation of a flexible security

plan based on the environment, assets capabilities, and threats. Equipped with articulate communication and interpersonal skills in

building positive work relationships with professionals of all levels and various organizations. Armed with an active TS/SCI Security

Clearance.


Experience:

- Professional Experience

Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO) - Reston, VA, USA
Senior Counter IED Operations Intelligence Analyst and Security Specialist, CELESTAR Corp. 2017–Present
Senior Counter IED Operations Intelligence Analyst and Security Specialist, Lockheed Martin 2012–2014
Demonstrate adeptness in determining terrorist tactical and IED capabilities to analyze trends and update strategies to align with

changing environment and terrorist tactics
Review tactical, intelligence, and legal gaps in adversary methodologies, and offer suggestions to resolve those gaps
Incorporate new and emerging operational tactics and counter-IED technologies into Blue Force techniques, strategies, and procedures
Maintain active engagement with combat commanders, other government agencies, non-government agencies, and domestic and foreign joint

organizations within both hostile and non-hostile areas to drive counter-terrorism initiatives
Participate in the training and implementation of operationally proven IED countermeasure technologies, such as the Red Dot Program,

basic and advanced intelligence analysis, and comprehensive site surveys to determine the needs of what is genuinely asked for
Submit required updates to JIDO Home office leaders to ensure alignment of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization

(JIEDDO) strategy with the joint counter-IED common operating picture
Render assistance in the implementation of JIEDDO strategic mission to support the deployment of several joint IED defeat solutions

throughout the Department of Defense (DoD)
Contribute to the evaluation of Combatant Commanders (COCOM) requests for support (RFSs)
Offer logistical solutions for approved deployment orders with respect to COCOM counter-IED support
Established the foundation of the Red Dot Program, a blue force tracker audible signaling device to troops transiting through a known

IED area

Senior Counter IED Operational Specialist, Lockheed Martin and Echota Technology Corp 2008–2009
Served as the counter operational IED and threat mitigation training specialist for the US and coalition forces in and out of Iraq and

Afghanistan theater
Determined and extensively examined threats prior to operation
Facilitated training and provided support to current assets, which involved threats that could and should be encountered, as well as

what to look for during their operation
Utilized knowledge of non-proliferation techniques to efficiently determine all possible angles and countermeasures to resolve threats

United States Army Corps of Engineers - Memphis, TN, USA
Deck Hand | Natural and Synthetic Line and Chemical Technician 2014–2017
Operations Specialist
Rendered support to supervisor in handling crisis and threat mitigation activities

US Coast Guard, National Maritime Intelligence Center - Washington, DC, USA
Foreign Port Threat Assessment Team Lead, McMunn & Associates 2009–2010
Provided leadership to 20 to 30 analysts in performing more than 20 permissive and non-permissive site surveys of ports and shore

facilities
Generated and submitted senior-level reports to the US Coast Guard and the US Cabinet on ports, facilities, government, country, and

capability assessment products on designated countries to support the International Port Security Program (IPSP) and the International

Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code
Audited facilities related to the ports and reviewed security policies, procedures, and practices associated with the harbor
Assessed criminal activity, terrorism threat, and stability of the governance in the evaluated country
Offered administrative support related to personnel management

US State Department, US Embassy - Baghdad, Iraq
Deputy Director, Office of Hostage Affairs 2007–2008
Functioned as the direct representative of the ambassador on all hostage-related concerns in Iraq
Acted as the in-house crisis and threat mitigation specialist and advisor to US government officials, private and international

organizations, foreign embassies, and designated local nationals on all aspects of hostage recovery and crisis management theories,

practices, policies, and procedures in Iraq
Played a major role in recovering and surveying several high-value individuals (HVIs) using overt and covert methods of traveling

outside the wire
Singlehandedly developed the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Global Hostage and crisis plan



- Earlier Career

Armor Holdings Corp. | Cyconics - Manassas, VA, USA
Chief, Intel Support Branch 2005–2006

SAIC - Stuttgart, Germany
Counter Narco-terrorism Analyst, HQ USEUCOM, Patch Barracks 2004–2005

United States Navy - Various Locations
Chief Operations Specialist 1983–2004


Education:

- Education and Credentials

Bachelor of Arts in Emergency Management, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: Dec 2017)
Columbia College - Columbia, SC
Dean’s List

US Passport, Valid Until: 2026


Affiliations:
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Skills:

- Areas of Expertise

Vulnerability Assessment ~ Data Gathering and Analysis ~ Cross-functional Team Collaboration
Counterterrorism and Force Protection ~ Operational Planning ~ Reconnaissance and Surveillance ~ Program Management


Additional Information:


- Publication

Sauvé, N. and Totten, B. (2006). Counter-narco-terrorism Concept of Operations Plan (CONPLAN). European Command (EUCOM).


Reference:
Available upon request.


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