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Desired Industry: Law Enforcement/Security/Safety SpiderID: 80569
Desired Job Location: Alexandria, Virginia Date Posted: 2/4/2018
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 40000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Highly analytical, solutions-oriented, and multifaceted military professional, offering extensive experience in emergency management operations, classified materials handling, and organizational leadership. Expert at managing and disseminating information while ensuring strict confidentiality. Recognized for the capability to meet and exceed set-forth expectations, while maintaining excellence in completing tasks within fast-paced environments. Capable of leading and collaborating with high-performing teams to achieve goals. Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook). Currently hold an active Secret Security Clearance valid until January 28, 2025 by passing the National Agency Check with Law and Credit (NACLC) investigation conducted by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).


Experience:
United States Coast Guard – Various Locations (2001–Present)
USCG Navigation Center – Alexandria, VA Jun 2014–Present
Navigation Information Service (NIS) Watch Stander
Keenly evaluate all classified and unclassified message traffic and other communications data links
Maintain active communication with agencies to coordinate responses for GPS disruption reports within three to five 8- or 12-hour watches on a weekly basis
Oversee the NAVSTAR GPS satellite constellation, while conducting research and responding to public’s maritime and other inquiries
Take charge of developing and delivering command briefing and USCG Navigation Center website updates on a daily basis

Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) Watch Stander
Dealt with non-reporting vessels and aided the coast guard’s application service provider in conducting long-range identification and tracking (LRIT) equipment conformance testing
Led the integration of LRIT information to enable Coast Guard in correlating data with data from other sources, detect anomalies, drive search and rescue operations improvement, and increase overall maritime domain awareness (MDA)
Rendered direct supervision to various individuals within the assigned unit
Ensured compliance of LRIT reporting requirements, while monitoring more than 800 United States flagged commercial vessels
Efficiently conducted troubleshooting on non-reporting vessels and assisted Coast Guard’s application service provider on LRIT equipment conformance testing

Training Officer
Facilitated trainings for subordinates and superiors regarding classified and sensitive materials care and handling
Guaranteed on-time completion and presentation of watch-related training topics

USCG Sector Southeast New England – Woods Hole, MA Jul 2010–Jun 2014
Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) Manager
Took charge of receiving, storing, distributing, and destroying classified and sensitive materials and information
Developed and guided subordinates and superiors regarding proper care and handling of classified and other sensitive materials

Communications Unit Supervisor
Fulfilled key tasks which included subordinates’ evaluations, watch schedule preparation, and personnel matters resolution, while ensuring completion of trainings and watch logs
Directed eight communications watch standers, while conducting subordinate evaluations, watch schedule preparation, personnel matters resolution, as well as training and watch logs completion

Communications Security (COMSEC) Clerk
Administered security clearance requests processing for Coast Guard members

Situation Unit Watch Stander
Performed keen reviews of intelligence reports; monitoring of operations and vessels of interest; and maintenance of strategic units
Processed maritime pollution reports and monitored cleanup operations on a three to four 12-hour watches per week

Sector Southeastern New England Rescue21 Coordinator
Coordinated all aspects of testing, repairs, and maintenance of Rescue 21 communications equipment within assigned areas of responsibility

USCG Sector San Juan – San Juan, PR Aug 2008–Jul 2010
Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) Manager
Held accountability in receiving, storing, distributing, and destroying classified and other sensitive materials
Presided over subordinates and superiors trainings concerning proper care and handling of classified and other sensitive materials

Communications Watch Stander
Promptly answered maritime distress calls to coordinate search and rescue efforts, transmit maritime distress and safety messages, and load classified keying materials
Managed all radio frequencies monitoring which involved responding to maritime distress calls, coordinating search and rescue efforts, broadcasting maritime distress and safety messages over the radio, and loading classified keying materials on a three to four 12-hour watches per week, responded to
Maintained radio guards with Coast Guard mobile air and sea units

USCGC Mellon – Seattle, WA May 2006–Aug 2008
Combat Information Center Watch Stander
Gathered intelligence and information center operations by performing functions ranging from search and rescue to law enforcement
Positioned two to four 4 or 8 eight hour watches each day at sea, in charge of monitoring radar traffic, analyzing intelligence reports, recommending course changes and targets of interest to the bridge, and loading classified keying materials

Air Direction Controller
Developed and executed contingency plans for in-flight emergency situations
Led vessel’s helicopter operations during search and rescue, law enforcement, and training operations
Carried out key tasks which included flight plan reviews with pilots, flight operations briefing preparation and presentation, and radar fix and radio guard with the aircraft maintenance


Education:
Master of Arts in Creative Writing, (Online), 2011  National University, San Diego, CA
Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science  Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie, PA


Skills:
Intelligence Analysis and Reporting
Emergency and Rescue Operations
Information Management
Staff Training and Leadership
Course Change Recommendations
Law Enforcement
System Administration
Report Preparation
Rapid Conflict Resolution
Strategic Planning and Implementation


Additional Information:
Professional Development:

2012
United States Coast Guard (USCG) Search and Rescue School
2008
United States Navy (USN) Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) School
2007
USN Air Direction Controller School
2003
Telecommunications Specialist A-School
USCG Training Center Petaluma, Petaluma, CA
Search and Rescue and radio communications Training, USCG Telecommunications A-School
2001
Military Indoctrination Training, USCG Boot Camp

Military Awards:

Global War on Terror Service Medal | USCG Achievement Medal | USCG Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon
National Defense Service Medal | USCG Special Operations Ribbon | USCG Special Operations Service Ribbon
USCG Presidential Unit Citation | USCG Good Conduct Medal


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