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Site Security Manager/Coordinator
Self-assured, dynamic, and results-driven management professional with more than 31 years providing high-performance premise security coordination, telecommunication systems support, construction surveillance and project management, in the military and commercial security industries.
- Exhibited strong dedication to process efficiencies in security management involving anti-terrorism systems in several countries saving the government hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Detail-oriented, analytical and methodical with critical thinking to resolve high-impact security operations issues even under stress.
Well-organized with multitasking and prioritization skills that optimize resources to achieve outstanding results.
Strong people management and interpersonal communication skills that inspire customer confidence while forging teamwork synergies with colleagues across diverse ethnicities.
Business Operations Management
Strategic & Tactical Security Planning & Execution
Relationship Management (Clients, Vendors, , & the Public)
Policies & Regulatory Compliance (i.e. DIV 1, FAH s and FAM s, etc.)
Staff Supervision & Training
Records & Document Management
Message Conversion System (MCS), HF radio networks, Integrated Digital Network Exchange (IDNX)
Digital Communications Satellite Subsystem (DCSS), Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS),
Standardized Tactical Entry point (STEP), & Non secure/Secure Internet Routed.
Windsor Locks CT Bogota Colombia Brasilia, Brazil
Manage security operations, supervising security personnel, and ensuring compliance with security procedures as per the Department of State security requirements, and assisting in decertifications and procurement of secure materials.
Coordinate all emergency/crisis management assets providing a timely and coherent response to incidents as they arise, while supporting and guiding the Regional Security Office (RSO) as required.
Build and sustain a professional relationship with personnel, providing comprehensive training on security administration concepts and operating principles, conducting security assessments and threat analysis, and management of local guard force
Collaborate with the RSO in developing and executing an effective security plan and projects to support country of operations, ensuring all security concerns are fully integrated with the overall Construction Security Plan (CSP).
Ensure projects are completed in accordance with Congressional Certification and applicable government regulations (DIV 1, FAH s and FAM s) concerning Controlled Access Areas (CAA).
Recognized for handling all security aspects of project to include as liaison construction manager, quality control, and conducting detailed TSS survey s/install, identifying structural inconsistencies
Serve as a Counterintelligence Construction Surveillance Technician and Security Officer for the State Department in the construction of highly sensitive buildings in Haiti (Mar 2007), Latvia (Sep 2008), Saudi Arabia (Jan 2010), Kyrgyzstan (2013), and Mexico (2013)
Manage all intrusion detection devices, including CCTVs, X-Ray machines, Vaporizers and Itemizer, Infrared and Microwave, and Impulse equipment, while analyzing and auditing technical designs and blueprints of Architecture, mechanical, electrical and electronic engineering plans, including IFC construction drawings and specifications to identify security vulnerabilities associated with Intelligence Community Directive 705 (ICD 705).
Inspect equipment and furnishings entering the new office building (NOB), escorting and observing all un-cleared workers in controlled or secured access areas, ensuring no placement of foreign entities in critical construction areas.
Provide critical advanced technical knowledge in support of unique security requirements inherent in US TS SCIF operations including sound attenuation, electric circuitry isolation and noise spillage, electromagnetic emission attenuation and provide tactics to resolution of substandard construction (in all 16 Divisions).
Serve as Accrediting Official representative for observation and verification of all technical standards necessary for security accreditation
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Professional Experience (continued)
US Army (Retired) Ft Bragg, NC Camp Hovey, Korea Mannheim, GE
Served as the Anti-terrorism/Force Protection Officer for 3 military installations with over 4000 civilian and military occupants and 5 subordinate units, saving the government hundreds of thousands of dollars tackling projects using limited resources in design and operations of ACP s.
Executed Antiterrorism/Force Protection plans for operational continuity, organizing domestic/foreign anti-terrorism civil defense using Major Command resources.
Coordinated with and assisted the local Directorate of Public Works (DPW) on project requirements for cost estimates, design/build and review process of new construction/renovation projects to ensure DOD AT standards.
Established and maintained Access Control Point (ACP) and Facilities (ACF) within the Force Protection postures, training host national, local security and military forces using the vaporizer, itemizer, multi-x-ray devices and CCTVs, and managing guard force installations involving 37 locals and 50 - 100 US Army soldiers.
Served as the operations chief in plans managing theater grade networks and operations, recognized by Commanding Generals, configuring and directing the installation, operation, maintenance and management of voice/data network systems, providing information systems support functions for command, control, communications, and computers (C4) used at all levels of the Army.
Addressed operational requirements, generating telecommunication service reports, disseminating operational information to ensure C2 communications connectivity, and ensuring appropriate logistical support/network statistics.
Operated system control facilities (SCF), conducted short- and long-range communications planning, programming, coordinating secure and/or non-secure high speed digital data, government satellite services, high frequency radio, long-haul military and commercial radio, telephone circuitry, video and computer network inter-switch trunks.
Leveraged specialized knowledge in networking hardware, systems, and transmission media associated with the interoperability advantages such as
Served in the positions of Special Forces Communications (18E), Intelligence Sergeant (18F), and as a Single Channel Radio Operator (31CA4), overseeing various types of operations assigned on ODA, ODB and ODC s.
Operated and maintained operational readiness of communication systems, AN/TSC-122, AN/TSC-128, AN/TSC-99 and numerous stand-alone systems.
Served as SME instructing various intelligence and communication courses conducting numerous covert operations in counter narcotics and host nation training in Peru, Panama, Honduras, Bosnia, Korea, and Germany.
Education & Credentials
Micro Computers and Microprocessors
NATIONAL RADIO INSTITUTE (1999)
CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE, FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL INSTITUTE (60 Semester hours, 1998)
Professional Training & Certifications
Active Security Clearance/additional extensive working knowledge areas: Top Secret-SCI (TS over 27 years)
Senior Safety Orientation Course, 2006, Anti-Terrorism Program Mangers Course, 2005
Maintenance Leaders Course, 2003 Advanced Non-Commissioned Officers Course
Telecommunications Operations Chief, 1999 Non-Commissioned Officers Battle Staff, 1998
Defense Packaging of Hazardous Materials for Transportation, 1997
IBM Operations Government and Business, 1992 Radio Frequency Communications, I, II, III 1992
Signal Leadership Course, 1992 Basic Non-Commissioned Officers Course
Single Channel Radio Operator, 1990 Primary Leadership Development Course, 1989
Telecommunications Single Channel Radio Operator 31CA4, 1986
Awards & Recognition
Recognized as the Best Anti-Terrorism Program Manager over a 10-year period, U.S. Army
Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal x (4), for exemplary performance in garrison and combat zones (Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Bosnia Herzegovina, Panama) Army Commendation Medal x (5)
Joint Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal x (2) Joint Meritorious Service Medal
Army Good Conduct Medal x (6) National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal
Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, NATO Medal, Korean Service Medal
Global War on Terrorism Badge, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Badge, Honduran Parachute
Badge, Korean Parachute Badge, Parachute Badge, Driver and Mechanic Badge
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