(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Professional Summary

Results-oriented Protected Veteran with more than 20 years of experience in day-to-day business operations management. Effective liaison to key clients, external organizations and managers. Well-versed in applying multi-faceted approach to managing safety, operations and productivity across multiple environments. Versatile and innovative management professional skilled at seeing the "big picture" while still also focusing on details.

  • Top Secret Clearance Adjudicated 11 Jan 2018
  • Active Secret Clearance
  • Risk management
  • Records/files maintenance
  • Strong leadership abilities
  • Time Management
  • Team Player
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Training & Development
  • Microsoft Office, Excell, Power Point, Word
Southern New Hampshire University Hooksett, NH Expected in 08/2018 Bachelor of Science : Health Sciences - GPA :
Work History
Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies - Crane Rigger
Columbia, MD, 01/2020 - Current

As Crane Rigger WG-8 5210 at TRIDENT Refit Facility, duties supporting SSBN, SSGN and SSN Submarines include but are not limited to general rigging support, mooring,and berthing support, conducting safe rigging operations positioning large and heavy items to, from and throughout submarines, shops, and various other refit areas. This includes attaching weight handling gear such as shackles, chain falls,wire slings, and etc. to support movements of items by crane or other material handling equipment such as trolleys and forklifts. Support work operations at dry dock, explosive handling wharfs, and magnetic silencing facility.

  • Work aboard submarines and other areas lead to exposure to fumes, electrical shock, flying objects, excessive noise,and adverse environmental conditions.
  • Secret Clearance is required for this work.
  • Government travel card is required for worldwide travel.
  • Appearance to Drug Free Work Place Program.
Centerline Logistics - Deckhand
Portland, OR, 04/2019 - 12/2019

Deckhands work in the maritime field and are responsible for performing tasks such: communicating information to crew and maritime authorities, preparing cabins for patrons, handling and maintaining ship equipment, cleaning and greasing machinery, painting and repairing ship areas, and helping with watch keeping duties. Resume samples for this entry-level position showcase qualifications such as teamwork, physical fitness, good hand-eye coordination, and maritime safety knowledge. Most candidates highlight in their resumes training from accredited education institutions.

  • Responsible to Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic Fleet: Private Aids to Navigation POIC, responsible for up keep and repositioning of all aids to navigation in and around Kings Bay harbor marking waterborne security boundaries of Naval Installation Kings Bay.
  • Navy Certified Small boat Coxswain 9 meter
  • Fleet Oil Response Team Captain charged with immediate response of any Hazardous Material release or capture in Navy southeast region.
  • Transferred personnel to security barriers and mooring buoys for inspections and operation.
  • Performed various tasks necessary to carry out above, such as making connections, operating winches, and line handling, including splicing and throwing lines; Ensuring that decks are kept clear, and all unnecessary equipment is properly stowed.
  • Maintained Port Security 25ft Patrol Vessels ensuring all Naval and Coast Guard standards adherence for operations.
Navy - Navy Diver Chief
City, STATE, 08/1994 - 08/2018
  • Executive Management of four SCUBA anti-terrorism diving divisions attached to two SSGNs (conventionally armed nuclear-powered) submarines.
  • Conducted Top Secret briefings on mission readiness, terroristic threat envelopes, equipment limitations to Special Warfare Operators, SSGN Commanding Officers, Commodores and Admirals.
  • Implemented company policies, technical procedures and standards for preserving integrity and security of data, reports and access.
  • Performed thorough inspections of incoming materials and outgoing products.
  • Liaison: Coordinated certification and evaluation schedules with Type Command (TYCOM), PMS 4, Naval Special Warfare and NAVSEA Safety Center inspection teams.
  • Liaised between quality control and other departments and contractors, providing project updates and consultation.
  • Analyzed data to assess and report on identifiable and relevant trends.
  • Process Improvement: Advised Commanding Officers on methodology to improve mission capabilities concerning safe diving and Antiterrorism Force Protection (ATFP) operations by revising Standard Operating Procedures and Diver Loadout requirements.
  • Prepared and delivered investigative reports and briefings to NAVSEA, SUBFOR, SUMBMARINE Squadrons and Commanding Officers.
  • Identified issues, analyzed information and provided solutions to problems.
  • Leadership: Lead a team of seventeen personnel that deploys in support of diving and salvage operations and fleet exercises in NORTHCOM, SOUTHCOM, EUCOM, AFRICOM and CENTCOM AOR's. Its primary mission is to direct highly mobile, fully trained and equipped Mobile Diving and Salvage Companies to perform combat harbor clearance/search and expeditionary salvage operations including diving, salvage, repair, assistance, and demolition in ports or harbors and at sea aboard United States Navy (USN), Military Sealift Command (MSC) or commercial vessels of opportunity in wartime or peacetime.
  • Combat Deployment: EOD Platoon Team Chief / First Line leader performing small unit tactical operations. Duties included Supervising all diving evolutions, weapons handling, Ammunition Arms and Explosive (AA&E) stowage and shipping, AA&E Administration, safe operation of assigned tactical vehicles, Material Handling Equipment (MHE) operator, Tactical Radio Operator, Designated Marksman, EOD Route Clearance, EOD Robot Operator, and Basic Roper.
  • Demolition / Small Arms Range Officer: Controlled safe use, assembly and application of demolition material and small arms during live fire training and combat operations.
  • Conducted over 350 live fire small arms and explosive demolition training events coordinating with Special Operations, Special Forces units from other multi-national operations.
  • Liaison and Security: Integrated with contractors, governmental agencies, international military, media, and military diving commands; coordinates combined operations and safe interaction of mixed units from other NATO personnel augments.
  • Worked flexible hours, night, weekend, and holiday shifts.
  • Oversaw daily monitoring and patrolled buildings, grounds, and work sites.
  • Recorded incident reports with detailed accounts of occurrences.
  • Monitored property and investigated any areas of suspicion.
  • Administered CPR and first aid to resuscitate individuals while waiting for emergency medical responders to arrive.
  • Checked identification of all persons entering and exiting facility to eliminate unauthorized visitors.
  • Operated detecting devices to screen individuals and prevent passage of prohibited articles into restricted areas.
  • Reviewed both security camera footage and live feeds to spot trespassers and criminal activity.
  • Executed security rules and procedures and calmly and promptly escorted non-compliant individuals out of building.
  • Partnered with team of analysts to de-escalate and manage responses to all events impacting or threatening EOD personnel and assets.

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