Former Military Security Officer - Secret Clearance - Resume

by Ronald Foster
(Cincinnati, OH, USA)

Former Military Security Officer - Secret Clearance - Resume


Active U.S. government secret security clearance

Objective: As a highly experience individual with over 13 years of military service, I would like to utilize my leadership experience, hard work and self-motivated approach obtain a Security Position with Triple Canopy Inc.

Experience:
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
• 2009-Present Squad Leader Texas National Guard
• 2008-2009 Squad Leader Iraq Texas National Guard
• 2006-2008 Team Leader/ Squad Leader Texas

National Guard Southwest Border Mission
• 2003-2004 50 Cal. Gunner Iraq U.S. Army
• 2001-2003 Unit Armsroom Armorer U.S. Army
• 1998-2002 Howitzer Driver/ Cannon Crewmember U.S. Army

MILITARY EDUCATION:
Unit Armorer course (resident)
Warrior Leadership Course (resident)
Javelin Gunner Course ASI 2C (resident)
BNCOC Phase One Common Leader course (resident)

Security Officer
• Supervised and maintained over $1 million of highly sensitive equipment as a Unit Armorer– efforts led to zero damage or loss.
• Assisted in over 100 illegal immigrants and narcotic apprehensions while working with U.S. Border Patrol.
• Supervised entry control point security operations by preventing zero ground attacks and denying unauthorized personnel access into the international zone.
• Operated and monitored surveillance cameras and ground sensors along 8 miles of the southwest U.S./Mexican border.

Communication
• Proven ability to communicate effectively in diverse environments– efficiently managed a diverse workforce of U.S. and Iraq Soldiers.
• Helped diffuse conflicts during highly sensitive operations with regards to everyone’s safety – consistently recognized by U.S. and Iraq officials.
• Effectively communicated by radio with border patrol agents in the field for interdiction/apprehension operations.

Leadership
• Successfully conducted over 300 hours of on the job training to certify Iraq Soldiers in entry control point tactics and operations.
• Supervised the search of over 400,000 local nationals and 160,000 vehicles entering the International Zone without any critical incidents.
• Selected as an E-5 to be in charge of the busiest Entry Control Point in Iraq; Consistently motivated Iraq security forces to comply with oral and written guidelines.

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by: Publisher

Mr Foster,
1st: Thank you for your service to The Nation. 2nd, let's talk about your job search.

If you haven't already, please seek out the services of the State of Ohio Veteran Services Office. They have counselors and training [grants] funds.

Have you explored and posted a profile on www.USAJOBS.gov - Your credentials are tailor-made for Department of Homeland Security jobs.

Lastly, take advantage of EVERY Veterans assistance program...to include Dept of V.A.

One other thing -- your resume lacks industry-specific certifications. Again, thanks for your service! ~Publisher

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