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SECURITY — SUPERVISOR — TRAINER

Experienced, adaptable, and knowledgeable Military Veteran and Security Trainer and Personnel Manager with a proven track record of hands-on global development of military and civilian security personnel on a large scale in classroom and field operations. Experienced leader recognized for building strong and sustainable security operations while leveraging personnel enhancements to achieve overall success. Respected in the industry with extensive experience in the security and training arenas, adept at identifying security hazards and innovative solutions.
• Strong knowledge of anti-terrorist, anti-espionage, and anti-surveillance duties requiring active irregular facility patrols, and highly trained in the use of technical surveillance and security equipment.
• Track record of developing highly successful security personnel with the tools and training to provide successful security within hostile regions.
• Supervised Correctional Officers and Youth Offenders at the State Youth Correctional Facility in San Saba, Texas, ensuring Correctional Officers were trained and updated in Unit policies, grievance procedures, firearms, and chemical agent delivery.

Core Competencies
Operational Procedures • Certified OpNet Instructor • Vehicle Characteristics & Safety • Warnings and Cautions
Global Facilities Security • Force Protection Services • Technical Surveillance • Weapons/Munitions
Clearance/Access • Incident Reports • Chemical Agent Delivery • Combat Soldier Training
Inventory Management • Security Audits • Search & Seizure • Training Reports

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
T.J. FIG Inc., City • ST 2008 – Present
Instructor
Provide critical student classroom and field environment instruction on Operational Procedures that include Vehicle Characteristics / Safety / Warnings and Cautions, Location and Function of Controls and Indicators and BII, PMCS, Egress and Rollover, Troubleshooting and Operating Under Unusual Condition, utilizing PowerPoint presentations and hands-on training demonstrations. Implemented and maintained circuit training program that ensured each trainer had no more than five students’ effectively increasing overall critical training initiatives and student comprehension.
Key Highlights:
• Certified OpNet Instructor on all Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles (MRAP) at The Red River Army Depot (MRAP University) that includes the MaxxPro, Cougar, RG33 and the Caiman.
• Successfully trained more than 1,500 Joint Task force soldiers in Camp Buehring, Kuwait on safe operation of the MaxxPro and Caiman during day and night operations.
DynCorp International, Camp As-Saliyah, Doha • Qatar 2005 – 2008
Security
Served as Alternative Lead Security Guard with full supervision of all personnel on shift and verified all equipment was adequately secured and functional and all personnel upheld total security of the base. Extensive knowledge of anti-terrorist, anti-espionage, and anti-surveillance duties requiring active irregular facility patrols, and highly trained in the use of Technical Surveillance and security equipment. Aggressively searched all individuals and vehicles entering facilities, and implemented intensive access control procedures. Served as Team Leader and trainer to all new personnel working in tandem with overall orientation program. Inspection and verification of proper clearance and need for access for all personnel entering secure locations within CMPC compound, that included all third-party locals working on facility.
Key Highlights:
• Provided Force Protection Services for a United States Military Forward Staging Facility, related equipment, and associated Military and Civilian personnel.
• Act as Point of contact for all physical security matters and notified Security Manager of all reported incidents.

Texas Youth Commission, San Saba • TX 1996 – 2005
Shift Supervisor (Correctional Officers and Youth Offenders)
Provided strong leadership and supervision to Correctional Officers and Youth Offenders at the State Youth Correctional Facility in San Saba, TX and ensured Correctional Officers were properly trained and updated in Unit policies, grievance procedures, firearms, and Chemical Agent Delivery. Developed and documented Disciplinary, Use of Force and Safety Reports. Performed all staff scheduling and time off, maintaining fair and accurate designations.
Tracked and scheduled offender doctor appointments, school attendance, legal assistance, work duties, shop, physical training and recreation daily activities. Provided security for day school and classroom activities.
Transported youth offenders to various appointments with psychologists, caseworkers, and from one State Correctional Facility to another, keeping in communications utilizing 2-way radio communications.
Released and guarded offenders for daily activities, transported to various locations, and safely returned to Unit. Managed low risk youths involved in community services, river area clean up, and park beautification programs.
Investigated, audited and processed incidents, offender complaints, and grievances, and documented technical incident responses.
Key Highlights:
• Enforced shutdowns for contraband, weapons, and conducted site and personal searches and seizures.

ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE
(Details available upon request)

Worked as Senior Enlisted Supervisor (NCO), Fort Hood, TX/ First Sergeant and Chief of Firing Battery, South Korea/ Platoon Sergeant & Gunnery Sergeant, Fort Hood, TX/ Section Chief, Federal Republic of Germany for the United States Army, Worldwide; Leadership & Development positions at various companies.

EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS
Continued Education, 95 Credit Hours, Central Texas College, Killeen • TX

Red River Army Depot (MRAP University)
14-hour M-ATV FAMNET Course
80-hour Diploma – Army Basic instructor Course
C.O.C. 40-hour Operator Familiarization Training (FPI, I) – Cougar
C.O.C. 40-hour Operator Familiarization Training (BAE) – RG33
C.O.C. 40-hour Operator Familiarization Training (BAE-TVS) – Caiman
C.O.C. 40-hour Operator Familiarization Training (IMG) – MaxxPro

United States Army Infantry School
Noncommissioned Officer Advanced Course, (Senior Management / Leadership) – 1985
Certificate in Pershing II Missile Training (Transition Course) – 1983
Noncommissioned Officer Basic Course, (Middle Management / Leadership) – 1979
Unit Level Nuclear and Biological Chemical Defense Course – 1979

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