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Assistant Regional Security Manager Resume

SUMMARY:

  • Expert military and civilian Security/Law Enforcement professional; experienced decision maker/concrete problem solver regarding interpretation of complex regulations/policies and applications of operational guidance and instructions
  • Dynamic leader with proven skills and in - depth knowledge of Security disciplines to include: Personnel Security | Physical Security | Force Protection | Information Security | Law Enforcement Anti-Terrorism | Industrial Security | Confidential | COMSEC | INFOSEC | Special Access Programs
  • Extensive knowledge of Nuclear Weapon systems and Information Security software such as JPAS, PSIP, NIPR, SIPR, STE, APACS, VCIN, TASS, and COPS. Superior knowledge of Intrusion & Alarm system components such as CCTV, HASIIDS, BMS, alarm protection components

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

ASSISTANT REGIONAL SECURITY MANAGER

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Initiated security investigations on all military and civilian personnel and maintained flawless records to maintain integrity of security clearances
  • Conducted Staff Assistance Visits (SAV), surveys, and inspections of subordinate commands to improve requirements, mentor’s security programs, and maintain operational capabilities
  • In-processed and created security files on all newly assigned personnel, indoctrinated and granted appropriate security access to all clearance personnel who requires access to classified material within 30 days upon their arrival to the command
  • Managed and prioritized requests for vulnerability assessments of bases, SCIF’s, hospitals, clinics, and critical infrastructures
  • Conducted on-site evaluation and assessment of Security Assistance and Assessment Team (STAAT) operations to ensure technical correctness, suitability, conformity to doctrine, and applicability to emergent requirements
  • Provided input and created written guidelines in the development of force protection, anti-terrorism and physical security projects, programs,, assessment support objectives, policy, procedures, resources, and budgeting
  • Developed security policies for programs involving the safeguarding of personnel, property, assets, and material from theft, loss, abuse, fraud, disclosure, espionage, and sabotage
  • Identified fiscal requirements for current year, budget-year (spend plan development), and program year to support security programs
  • Provided subject matter expertise and guidance related to oversight functions of the Information, Industrial, and Personnel Security Programs for SAPs to ensure of goals and objectives

SECURITY SUPPORT SPECIALIST

Confidential, Newport News, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed the SCI program for assigned SCIFs and personnel which includes managing JPAS; tracking/maintaining access rosters and visitor s; facilitating/coordinating indoctrination/debriefing; and performing compliance inspections
  • Conducted facility security clearance surveys of contractor facilities to determine contractor’s ability to work with and store classified and sensitive information
  • Performed inspections and security compliance oversight functions associated with the protection of national security information to assure personnel are adhering to established security policies and practices
  • Reviewed DD Form 254, Contract Security Classification Specifications, to ensure technical accuracy and validation of security requirements outlined in the statement of work
  • Reviewed and assessed security incident and violation reports and recommends corrective measures when necessary to meet and improve security requirements
  • Conducted inquiries into security violations and incidents and makes recommendations, as appropriate
  • Processed Personnel travel requests using Aircraft and Personnel Automated Clearance System (APACS) and the Confidential Foreign Clearance Guide, Confidential 5400.54G
  • Evaluated and analyzed security problems, questions, or conditions. Provided solutions and alternatives methods to meet requirements for physical security circumstances

POLICE OFFICER

Confidential, Newport News, VA

Responsibilities:

  • First responder to all types of emergencies or volatile situations such as terrorist attacks, hostage/barricaded situations, bomb threats, vehicle accidents, robberies, hazardous material incidents, and other emergencies
  • Provided command and control during contingency base operations and security incidents to include dispatch to alarmed facilities
  • Maintain all Personnel Security systems to included, but not limited to Central Adjudication Tracking System (CATS) and the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS Review investigative records and any other available/applicable records to determine if persons employed or to be employed meet security/suitability standards
  • Performed Law Enforcement/Security and crime prevention duties to maintain law and order during normal and emergency operations. Provided police duties to assure the protection of life, property, and the civil rights of individuals through the enforcement of federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, agency rules, and regulations

SECURITY MANAGER

Confidential, Washington, DC

Responsibilities:

  • Managed overall operations of the Common Access Card and Physical Security Office. Supervised site facility to include eight verifying officials, ensuring compliance with policies and procedures set forth by Armed Forces regulations, involving all aspects of access control using background investigation, issuing authority, JPAS systems
  • Conducted physical security assessments and site surveys with visiting Confidential agencies; documented/corrected 26 findings
  • Fostered COOP during major accident response exercises; trained others on critical actions
  • Generated proper documentation, waivers and deviations as needed to enhance/maintain physical security/AT standards. Conducted security program reviews to ensure compliance with Agency’s Common Access Card ( Confidential ) program and Contractor Verification System ( Confidential ) consistent with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12)
  • Developed and implemented procedures and criteria for determining sensitivity including but not limited to security clearances, special accesses, and interviewing nominees
  • Applied foreign disclosure concepts, principles, and practices to collaborate with other security specialists and produce converged policies and recommendations
  • Developed and maintained command security instructions for protection and destruction of classified requirements

OPERATIONS MANAGER

Confidential, Washington, DC

Responsibilities:

  • Facility Manager--responsible for on-call alarm response to vital equipment and computer systems
  • Analyzed trends with the Building Automation Systems (BAS) to improve overall facility operation, efficiency and energy savings
  • Monitored critical systems and maintain log books for those systems
  • Served as a point of contact to resolve operational problems and provide authoritative explanations of dispatching requirements, regulations, and procedures. Answered, evaluated, and prioritizes incoming telephone calls, communicating effectively with various callers to determine urgency and need for dispatching police, fire, towing, and/or medical response using a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system, telephones, multi-channel radio, TDD (text telephone device for hearing/speech impaired), numerous Law Enforcement and agency databases, and automated map systems
  • Interfaced with Facility Security personnel to ensure the facility is in compliance with Security requirements. Coordinated with other on-site contractors that support the Information Systems office to ensure necessary maintenance is performed on all facility systems

SHIFT SUPERVISOR

Confidential, Arlington, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed airport security checkpoints that are central to Confidential objectives that serve to protect the traveling public by preventing any deadly or dangerous objects from being transported onto an aircraft
  • Coordinated local crisis management and incident response protocols to ensure effectiveness of DHS system security operating procedures
  • Recognized and recommended corrections of improper use or application of equipment, providing guidance to subordinates, and answering routine questions presented by subordinates
  • Responsible for supervision/management and of 22 security officers. Assumed command and control during alarm activations and contingency situations

SECURITY FORCES MANAGER

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Served as Security Specialist/Manager for command Installation Security council on several Law Enforcement, Host Nation, Security and private industry planning, budgeting, objectives, goals, construction projects, and negotiations for multi-million-dollar Confidential projects in support of installation security guidelines policies, and priority resources by ensuring compliance with security disciplines of US and Host Nation laws and regulations
  • Supervised/Managed foreign military/contract guards/civilian Law enforcement personnel ensuring mission effectiveness by executing budget needs, funding, performance work statements, manpower requirements, data collection, planning, and coordinating during constant threat changes
  • Provided security guidance and direction to a civilian and military workforce to implement and administered the SMC Security s, Information, Industrial, and Personnel Security Programs development and functional management
  • Performed flawlessly during Nuclear Surety Inspection earning praises/recognition for organizational of excellence of Security Forces Force Protection mission
  • Managed Host Nation police development project based in a foreign country, acted as an authoritative representative directing the delivery of and technical assistance activities. Reviewed, created, and improved law enforcement policies and programs as they pertain to career development
  • Throughout military operations, as Confidential of Physical Security managed 32 critical Controlled Areas with stringent security regulations and policies. Implemented guidelines for Controlled Area Priority Level IV resources management. Ensured prioritization of most vital assets to mission ; closed 16 critical write-ups during local site SAV, recognized by IG inspection personnel as notable performer and Subject Matter Expert

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