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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

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Country of Citizenship: United States

SSN: xxx-xx-xxxx

Secret Security Clearance / Eligible for TSCI



Job Title: Security Assistant

Department: Office of Personnel Management

Hiring Organization: Federal Investigative Services, Quality and Support Services, Investigations Quality Review-Boyers

Job Announcement Number: 16-151-PSF-DE




Core Competencies

Personal Data Record Development/Database Management, Investigation Assessment, Domestic/Foreign Weapon Systems, Military Organizations, Maps, Signs/Symbols, Access Controls/Searching, Basic Investigations, Information Gathering, Federal Investigative Standards, OPM Case Requirement, Personnel Interaction/Assistance, Feedback Delivery, Contractor Performance Assessment, Urban Warfare and Close Quarters Combat (CQC), Incident De-escalation, SIPRNET, NIPRNET, ARC GIS, Analyst Note Book,, CIDNE, MAP-HT Tool Kit, Microsoft Office, DLPT 3/3 n Arabic and Kurdish, Analysis, Cultural Advisement, Security Operations, Combat Life Saver Qualified, Small Arms Qualified



Professional Experience


February 2014 - Present

Mid-Atlantic Professional Inc.

Baghdad Diplomatic Support Center

U.S. Embassy

Baghdad, Iraq

Hours per Week: 50+

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: Trey Terry Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


Security Liaison


Scrupulously examine official documents, i.e. passports, IDs, driver licenses, birth certificates, marriage licenses, during processing of local Embassy applicants; develop database according to Embassy standards for employees/applicants, conduct interviews for application accuracy, examine background and, when possible, recommend applicants for positions at Embassy. Proficiently coordinate visits to Embassy of high-ranking Iraqi individuals and escort visitors/VIPs to Baghdad Diplomatic Support Center (BDSC).


Perform in-depth analysis of wide array of intelligence information concerning terrorism/extremist organizations that is gained from multiple sources; interface with Regional

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Security Office (RSO) to provide security for events at BDSC and Baghdad International Airport (BIA) by participating in security preparations and tactical site surveys. Successfully secure venues, plan optimal routes to use, analyze intelligence reports and search vehicles for possible threats; provide crucial timely briefings to involved entities to assure situation awareness. Serve in liaison role between BIA and RSO concerning VIP visits, including cabinet secretaries, members of U.S. Congress, U.S. Governors and the U.S. Chief of Mission. Additionally interface with local/federal police personnel, national security officials and non-governmental security officials to ensure that RSO personnel are continually apprised of activities/events.


Serve as main contact for USG security forces tasked with provided protection; conduct cross-cultural interviews for RSO as well as criminal/administrative investigations, developing recommendations concerning suitability for employment. Conscientiously maintain comprehensive records of airport ID badge applicants and sponsored companies; consistently advise airport ID Badge Office regarding any personnel status changes.



November 2009 July 2003

U.S. Army

Fort Huachuca, Fort Polk, Iraq North Region

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A


SPC, U.S. Army, Military Intelligence


Effectively served in assignment as a linguist and cultural advisor for stability transition team (STT) in northern Iraq; tasked to develop classified internet-based analytical reports and monitor/analyze local and regional news outlets. Regularly conducted in-depth interviews with local employees as well as informants among local population; skillfully screened sources including examining biographical records/personal documents and observing/assessing individual s demeanor, grade and apparent status. Diligently analyzed intelligence from local perspective and provided direct support for decision-making process, including providing recommendations concerning analyzed intelligence; documented all relevant incidents.


Consistently worked with civil society leaders/government officials to assist in shaping public message/perceptions concerning U.S. culture; successfully coordinated exchange programs that served to strengthen relationships to improve understanding of American society and culture. In this assignment, also was tasked with providing security which included carrying/operating various weapons, securing venues and performing array of protective functions during important meetings with high-ranking individuals; was responsible for screening and escorting local nationals on U.S. military bases.



June 2004 August 2008

Global Linguist Solution

Location: N/A

Hours per Week: N/A

Salary: N/A

Supervisor: N/A Phone: N/A May Contact: N/A

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Successfully served as interpreter and intermediary between Department of Defense (DOD) officers and provincial officials; was tasked to prepare translations into target language, provide interpretation assistance during various conferences/media events, and translate local media sources and pamphlets. Diligently screened array of documents as well as open source materials as a method for identifying potential source leads; also screened foreign language materials for information that could be considered to have intelligence value.






University of Sulaimanyah, Iraq

Bachelor of Arts, Kurdish Language, 2001


Semester/Credit Hours: N/A






Military Intelligence School, Fort Huachuca, AZ, 2010


Diplomatic Security Foreign Affairs Counter Threat (FACT), Summit Point, WV


Global Reserve Group






Army Commendation Medal


Iraq Campaign Medal


Army Good Conduct Medal


Army Superior Unit Medal


National Defense Service Medal


Global War on Terrorism Medal




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