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Command Language Program Manager Nsa Texas resume example with 8 years of experience

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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary
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Core Qualifications
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  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
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Achievements
  • Professional with 21 years of service in US Army as a Senior NCO Spanish and Korean cryptologic linguist MOS 35P in signal intelligence operations.
  • Highly experienced in teaching college level Spanish and developing ACE accredited curricula as a full faculty member of the National Cryptologic School (NCS).
  • Excellent background in training development and methodology, performance specifications, full scope of training materials, evaluation plans, learning objectives and performance evaluations.
  • Skillful translator and interpreter in a wide variety of settings to include RIMPAC international maritime exercises and Fort Huachuca Protocol Office.
  • Trained in professional performance translation and consecutive interpretation at CIA University.
  • Expert in all capacities related to core cultures.
  • Currently working as a senior training developer and writer at USAICoE.
  • Consulted as SME on Honduras Smart Card by the TCC.
  • Member of the National Language Service Corps, Distinguished proficiency on ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview, advanced certification in Business Spanish, Madrid Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
  • Holds Army Instructor SQI and served as cultural liaison with KATUSA program in Korea Skills: Spanish DLPT scored 3/3 Active TS/SCI clearance Advanced expertise in Latin American cultural understanding and sensitivity to customs and cultural differences Developed and wrote curricula for four five-week upper-division baccalaureate NCS Spanish courses which were accredited by the American Council on Education (ACE) Army Basic Instructor Course, SQI 8 National Cryptologic School core faculty member Graduate Assistant Spanish Instructor at the University of South Carolina Systems Approach to Training Course Senior Training Developer and Writer Equal Opportunity Leader OPSEC Practitioner Specialist Level 2 (PDSI H1B) for two different low profile NSA facilities Briefed joint service and foreign senior officers frequently on training Senior Training Developer/Writer 08/2012 to present USAICoE, Fort Huachuca Responsible for the input, design, development and revision of 35P and 09L, Area of Concentration Training Requirements Analysis System (TRAS) documentation, Programs of Instruction (POI), Course Administrative Data (CAD), Individual Training Plans, and Soldier's Training Publications (STP) into Training Development Capability database Manages related audit trail documentation coordinates with Army schools, field units and contractors Escorted and interpreted for Mexican, Brazilian and Korean delegations visiting Fort Huachuca based on language and cultural skills * Trained over 350 employees on Operations Security, bomb threat and active shooter situations; advised commanding general of OPSEC shortfalls/vulnerabilities on base.
Professional Experience
04/2011 to 08/2012 Command Language Program Manager NSA Texas San Francisco University High School | , ,
  • Served as Battalion CLPM in support of NSA Texas.
  • Coordinated all language training and requirements and correlative overseas cultural and linguistic immersions with the NSA.
  • Scheduled DLPT for 150 cryptologic linguists, resulted in a proficiency rate of 98%, the highest in INSCOM.
  • Managed the Battalion's Language Mentor Program; prepared statistical reports for multiple echelons and chaired the Battalion Command Language Council * Received two commendable ratings for Initial Command Inspection for CLPM and OPSEC * Contributed to the development of mission training programs.
  • Enhanced soldiers' knowledge and effectiveness, which greatly reduced conflicts between mission and training.
09/2009 to 03/2011 Platoon Sergeant/ Associate Directorate ADET Ops NCO | , ,
  • Responsible for training, mentoring, accountability, welfare, discipline and professional development of 42 officers and enlisted personnel engaged in 7 different missions, working 24 hour operations in support of the NSA Texas, US Army South and worldwide contingency ops.
  • Planned, coordinated, supervised and conducted multi-echelon training * Coordinated with outside agencies and sister services for optimum care of soldiers in his platoon * Managed high profile joint service training projects and operations on two installations.
  • Initiated and tracked all subordinate personnel and finance actions, awards and evaluations.
09/2007 to 08/2009 Spanish Instructor | , ,
  • Provided leadership, management and mentorship to 47 multi-service and civilian personnel assigned to two geographically separated ADET facilities; coordinated training with division and joint service element representatives; identified and prioritized language training requirements with local and external organizations to procure training in support of emergent NSA Texas mission requirements; managed Language Training Center budget of $20K, schedules and facilities; coordinated with instructors and joint service element representatives to develop Individual Training Plans for all NSA language analysts.
  • SME in foreign language pedagogy; received certification to teach three additional college level advanced cryptologic Spanish courses and trained the trainers by certifying four DLI Instructors to teach two NCS Spanish courses each * Recognized by the Director of the ADET with a top one percent performance award for establishing model procedures to be incorporated enterprise-wide and the SLC winning first runner up in the Learning Organization of the year Award Successfully managed 50 civilian and contract personnel resulting in the development and presentation of 27 NCS language courses First service member entrusted to teach foreign language at the Southwest Learning Center (SLC) Oversaw the program for 1,000 multi-service language analysts while enrolled in formal training courses * Ensured the sexual harassment complaint of a subordinate against a military superior was properly addressed by going up two levels of command.
05/2004 to 08/2007 Spanish Military Language Instructor | , ,
  • Prepared and conducted full-time language training for NSA military and civilian linguists assigned to Fort Meade and supporting commands worldwide.
  • Assessed student skill levels and developed individual training and testing materials to meet specific mission needs.
  • Located and evaluated language training materials and advised staff on material procurement issues.
  • Facilitated courses instructed by multilingual Defense Language Institute and local contractors.
Education and Training
Expected in Enhancement and Assessment Program (LEAP) Advanced Certificate in Business Spanish, Cámara Oficial de Comercio e Industria de Madrid | , , GPA:
Expected in Towards Master of Arts | Teaching Spanish Foreign Language Yonsei University, Seoul, GPA:
Teaching Spanish Foreign Language
Expected in Bachelor of Arts | Spanish and International Studies double University of South Carolina-Columbia, , GPA: 36 Graduate Credits
Spanish and International Studies double 36 Graduate Credits
Expected in Associate of Applied Science | Cochise College, Sierra Vista, Arizona GPA:
Expected in Intelligence Operations Studies (Honors) Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras, Instituto Evangélico, Tegucigalpa, Honduras | , , GPA:
Certifications
Community Involvement
Affiliations
Languages
Wrote/developed Spanish language courses and curricula that aligned Spanish courses to an American
Skills
Army, budget, oral, Council, finance, leadership, listening, Director, materials, Mentor, mentoring, office, 98, NCS, enterprise, personnel, procurement, reading, Spanish, Spanish language, training materials, training programs, written

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School Attended

  • Yonsei University
  • University of South Carolina-Columbia
  • Cochise College

Job Titles Held:

  • Command Language Program Manager NSA Texas
  • Platoon Sergeant/ Associate Directorate
  • Spanish Instructor
  • Spanish Military Language Instructor

Degrees

  • Enhancement and Assessment Program (LEAP) Advanced Certificate in Business Spanish, Cámara Oficial de Comercio e Industria de Madrid
  • Towards Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Intelligence Operations Studies (Honors) Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras, Instituto Evangélico, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

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