Emergency Management Specialist - Firefighter Paramedic Emergency Resu
Emergency Management Specialist - Firefighter Paramedic Emergency Resu
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Emergency Management Specialist Resume

Desired Industry: Firefighter/Paramedic/Emergency SpiderID: 79219
Desired Job Location: Bel Air, Maryland Date Posted: 5/1/2017
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediate
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Qualifications Profile
Highly effective, performance-focused, and analytical professional with hands-on experience in chemical and operations management within the military setting; complemented with outstanding ability to develop and lead top-performing teams toward the achievement of organizational goals and objectives. Expert at facilitating quality inspection and testing activities within fast-paced and demanding work environments. Recognized for integrity, unparalleled work ethic, and proven track record in formulating and implementing innovative strategies to establish and maintain a safe and secure environment. Articulate communicator and team player; able to manage and accomplish varying and increasing levels of responsibilities. Proficient with Microsoft Office PowerPoint and Spreadsheet. Currently hold Top Secret Clearance granted on April 2015.

Professional Experience
United States Army \Various Locations\\\\\\\\\Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Operation Sergeant 2013–Present

Operation Management and Leadership
+ Provide leadership and guidance to personnel, while assessing and identifying types of munitions fills
+ Handle the disablement of facility and equipment, as needed
+ Acted as school-trained hazardous material handling personnel within the command to ensure that all items are safely packaged for escort and storage in appropriate containers in compliance with all federal and military transport requirements
+ Serve as qualified escort personnel in transporting and securing the chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives (CBRNE) items, while ensuring the maintenance of chain-of-custody and item integrity
+ Administer the deployment of required command and control structure to provide technical support assets directly in coordination with federal agency team lead, joint task force operational control, and combatant commander direct operational control
+ Capitalize on industry expertise in CBRNE to effectively provide consultation and advice on different situations
+ Gather needed samples for analysis under all conditions using best techniques and equipment in extracting chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive, and environmental samples from munitions, devices, material and environment, while maintaining the required custody chain of samples
+ Managed the collection of samples in accordance with law enforcement standards of the United States and quickly evaluate a situation and direct follow-up sampling with highest standard
+ Take charge of decontaminating precious cargo, chemical and biological (CB) equipment, and command operational personnel, while rendering effectual assistance in mitigating initial hazards

Emergency and Safety Administration
Utilize a highly sensitive gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy technology in detecting all specific agent far level below, which considered harmful by the surgeon general
+ Enforce the latest technology in detecting chemical warfare agents, toxic industrial chemicals and materials, biological agents, radiological agents, nuclear material, and explosive hazards from weapons and devices within different environments
+ Effectively use the safest and most reliable techniques and equipment in disposing chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) munitions and devices
+ Expertly manage explosively configured devices and munitions in collaboration with highly specialized explosive ordnance disposal technicians armed with the latest technology

Collaboration and Communication
+ Establish interconnection for organic reach-back elements associated with the command
+ Build and maintain relationships with the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, and academia for immediate reach assistance

Okinawa, Japan
Team Leader 2009–2012
+ Acted as team leader for a Special Operations Chemical Reconnaissance Detachment (CRD) to support the Commander Pacific Command (COMPACOM) In-extremis Force (CIF)
+ Joined worldwide deployment in support of regional theater of war or small-scale contingency operations, responsible for identifying, sampling, and mitigating chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats
+ Inspected and conducted sensitive site exploitation (SSE) of CBRN sites and equipment
+ Informed commander in all CBRN related matters, while managing static line airborne operations and non-combatant evacuation operation (NEO)

Fort Lewis, WA
NBC Staff NCO 2006–2008
+ Played a significant role as chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) STAFF NCO for 1ST SFG (A) in conjunction with USASOC contingency operations
+ Assessed and facilitated collective CBRN training for individuals, while delivering technical advice to battalion commander regarding all CBRN operations and hazards activities
+ Administered general functions of a battalion schools NCO, which involved expert oversight to the Battalion S3 training section, land and ammo, electronic warfare sections, and battalion short range calendars management
+ Ensured the security and safety of 6 non-commissioned officer

Earlier Career
United States Army Various Locations
South Korea
Supervisor | Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC)

Fort Campbell, KY
Manager | Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Non-commissioned Officer

South Korea
Administrative Clerk, Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Specialist

Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Management, In Progress (Expected Completion Date: Jul 2018)
Ashford University, Clinton, IA

Association of the United States Army

Verbal and Written Communication | Problem Resolution and Organizational Skills | Chemical Inspection
Environmental Impact Assessment | Strategic Planning | Hazardous Material | Chemical and Biological (CB) Equipment

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