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Twenty years experience in management with emphasis in physical security, employee relations, and customer service.
Excellent skills in planning and organizing daily security operations to ensure performance of the Guard Force.
United States Army (Retired)
Top Secret Clearance – Inactive
Secret Clearance – Active
EDUCATION: Currently enrolled in Homeland Security Master’s Program
Strayer University, Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Graduated Spring ‘08
Member of Alpha Sigma Lamda Honor Society
Strayer University, Associates Degree in Business Administration, June 2007
Central Texas College, Criminal Justice, 72 Semester Hours, 1994
Mardela High School, High School Diploma, 1982
Wal-Mart Corporation – Stafford, VA
February 2007 to present
• Entrusted with making area specific decisions with merchandising and operations
• Supervise and monitor 120 Associates
• Supervise Security Specialist dealing with loss prevention
• Manage safety and security of personnel, customers, and property
• Assess budgeting and forecasting including economic trends and demographic information (approximately 150,000 a day/56 million a year)
• Develop ideas and sales strategies that ensure the success of all departments and create opportunities for new growth.
• Contribute to Wal-Mart’s sustainability efforts, such as environmental impact
• Demonstrate the highest ethical standards and a passion for excellent customer service
• Appreciation for diversity in culture, style, and views
• Collaborate with employees to produce a positive environment
Wackenhut Corporation – Takoma Park, MD
Project Manager (Contract)
September 2005 to October 2006
• Supervised approximately 65 armed security officers that were required to safeguard DOD and DC Government employees, information (secret/top secret) and property.
• Ensured that all contractual objectives, responsibilities, and functions with DOD and DC Government were met.
• Conducted analysis, initiated planning and implementation of actions to correct and identify performance deficiencies.
• Maintained an effective working relationship between Wackenhut and the client.
• Attended weekly contract meetings with the client to account for all hours of work performed. Discussed any contractual concerns the client may have.
• Verified manning requirements to ensure efficient use of personnel in order to provide required security/safety for client.
• Improved and implemented safety and operational procedures.
Wackenhut Corporation – Takoma Park, MD
Assistant Project Manager (Contract)
March 2005 to September 2005
• Assisted the Project Manager with supervising 65 armed security officers that were required to safeguard DOD and DC Government employees, information, and property.
• Verified that appropriate mechanisms were in place to accomplish operational security directives set forth in the contract’s Statement of Work (SOW).
• Ensured the performance of the Guard Force was in accordance with the contract.
• Identify specific and implied security tasks that must be accomplished in order to fulfill contract requirements
• Verified manning requirements to ensure effective and efficient security utilization of personnel.
• Conducted post inspections to ensure officers were in compliance with the contract and determine if systemic problems existed, which would hinder quality performance and service.
• Reviewed personnel metrics for each officer assigned to the contract at the first of each month. Notified the project manager and the individuals whose credentials were in jeopardy of expiring.
• Enforced safety programs and recommend improvements in security procedures plans and operations.
• Conducted security investigations stemming from security breaches, misconduct and theft; provided after action reports (using Microsoft Word) for documentation purposes to corporate.
• Maintained blueprints of all contracted facilities.
Securiguard Incorporated – Mclean, VA
January 2003 to March 2005
• Assist corporate in verifying appropriate mechanisms were in place to accomplish operational security directives set forth in each contract’s statement of work.
• Identified specific and implied tasks that must be accomplished in order to fulfill contract requirements.
• Conducted periodic physical security assessments of fourteen sites.
• Coordinated with project managers, to ensure that the general, post, and special security orders supported the accomplishment of the statement of work.
• Verified manning requirements to ensure effective and efficient utilization of security personnel.
• Conducted quality control inspections to determine if systemic problems exist which would hinder quality performance and service.
• Prepared work schedule, approve and disapprove vacation request to ensure adequate staff levels in order to minimize overtime.
• Coordinated with Human Resources to ensure proper staffing, maintain accurate technical, administrative and financial records in accordance with regulations.
Securiguard – Mclean, VA
Armed Security Officer
December 2001 to January 2003
• Required to provide a safe and secure environment.
• Demonstrated professional and courteous attitude at all times.
• Maintained crowd control and escorted unruly customers out of the building upon request.
• Conducted access control by ensuring that unauthorized personnel did not gain access to areas deemed off limits.
• Assisted managers in resolving customers and employees disputes.
• Handled all emergencies and any unexpected security situations that occurred and reported the incidents to supervisor.
• Required to maintain visual contact with customers at all times and ensured that all monies were accounted for and placed in a safe each business day.
U.S. Army, November, 1982 to July, 1999
• Conducted security, safety, and technical inspections.
• Trained over 1,200 Initial Entry Soldiers annually.
• Planned and enforced policies to ensure proper team work and efficient operation and management.
• Provided leadership and guidance to subordinates.
• Managed a sixteen member operation that supported a brigade size element (4000 personnel)
Armed Security Officer’s Course- 2001, 2003, 2005 Senior Instructor Operator Course – 1993
Unnamed Security Officer’s Course – 2001 Junior Instructor Operator Course – 1991
Basic Security Officer’s Course – 2001, 2004 Senior Management Course – 1987
Supervisory Development Training – 2004 Junior Management Course – 1985
Emergency Response Training – 1996 Equal Opportunity Course – 1997
Physical Security Course-1990, 1993, 1997