Department of Homeland Security (TSA) Transportation Security Officer: Fully invested in protecting United States transportation systems from terrorist acts, violence, and any illegal activities. Concealed Pistol License, approaches all cases calmly and with safety procedures in mind. Served in the United States Marine Corps as a Team Leader extensively trained in weapons, police operations and security, desires a challenging position as a Security Generalist with Ford Motor Company.
Transportation Security Administration: Certificate of Reaffirmation
Transportation Security Administration: Certificate of recognition of Five Years of service in the Government of the United States of America
Set-up and operation of production equipment in accordance with current good manufacturing practices and standard operating procedures. Start-up and shut-down of processing equipment. Assists in achieving company goals by supporting production workers. Maintained proper stock levels on assembly line.
Assisted Supervisors and Lead Officers in scheduling and setting up check point lane rotations, calibrating X-Ray and Explosive Detection Machines, Walk Through Metal Detectors, and Advanced Imaging Machines. As a Transportation Security Officer, I performed the following duties: Performed thorough screening of individuals and their carry-on baggage by identifying dangerous and prohibited items by use of X-Ray Machines, Explosive Threat Detection Machines, Walk Through Metal Detectors, Advanced Imaging Machines, and also the Hand Held Metal Detectors. Conducted Standard Pat-Downs of individuals when a possible threat was detected.
Monitored team progress and enforced deadlines. Served as the single point of contact for project scheduling and changes. Evaluation of employees' progress, and assisted in the training of new team members, identified conflicts, and resolved problems among other skilled trades that were working side by side on the projects. Attended meetings and gave highly detailed briefings of the progress of the job, communicated all issues both positive and negative in an effort to keep the client informed throughout the building process. Maintained a detailed knowledge of all safety policies and regulations and enforced these policies among all team members.
Corporal in the United States Marine Corps. Duties included training subordinates in their job classification (MOS) their basic military skills. Accountable for the actions of those in section, ensuring direct supervision, control, and discipline. Received formal specialized weapons training, training in the proper handling of P.O.W.'S in a war time situation. Functioned as a Radio Operator, duties included: identification of personnel who employ radio to send and receive messages, set-up and tuning of radio equipment including antennas and power sources, establishing contact with distant stations, processing and logging of messages, making changes to frequencies or cryptographic codes, and maintaining equipment at the first echelon. Veteran of: Operation Desert Shield/Storm, Operation Deny Flight(Bosnia), Operation Restore Hope (Somalia). Honorably Discharged 1994.
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