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Deputy Assistant Director Gs 15 resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary
Accomplished Deputy Assistant Directorof criminal investigations/operations with over 27 years of federal law enforcement experience. Masterfully led complex criminal investigations with foreign investigative security teams and senior members of the Intelligence Community (IC). Proficient in criminal investigations/operations, counterintelligence, counterterrorism, force protection and physical security operations in national and international environments. Currently holds active U.S. Government Top Secret (TS) / Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) security clearance designation.
Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Team Building
  • Communicating
  • Risk Analysis
  • Problem Solving
  • Valuing Diverse Perspectives
  • Detailed report writing
  • Background checks
  • Threat Assessments
  • Vulnerability Assessments
  • Program Manager
Education
Valdosta State College Valdosta, GA Expected in Bachelor of Science : Criminal Justice - GPA :
  • Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology coursework
Work History
Naval Criminal Investigative Service - Deputy Assistant Director (GS-15)
City, STATE, 08/2013 - Current
Program Manager NCIS Headquarters Law Enforcement, Protection, Assessments and Security Training, providingprogrammatic oversight of centralized regulations, policy, standards, direction and procedures, and overall conduct of antiterrorism, law enforcement, investigations, protection operations, vulnerability, and physical security assessment and tactical training as well as the planning, managing the career development of Security and Law Enforcement (SLE) personnel on a global scale. Manages all administrative and program matters, including budget formulation, allocation of human and material resources, implementation of technological solutions, timely and accurate submission of reports and related matters. Directly responsible for NCIS HQ direction, policy guidance, and oversight of NCIS Security Training Assistance and Assessments Teams (STAAT) offices in conducting assessments and examining physical security conditions of foreign ports, airfields, hotels and other world-wide operational venues; who are also provide professional law enforcement training to foreign law enforcement and security partners worldwide. Echelon One Functional Lead who is responsible for the oversight of the development and implementation of the Department of the Navy\'s Naval Justice Information System (NJIS) that supports the information and reporting requirements of the entire Department of the Navy criminal/military justice communities, to include law enforcement, criminal investigations, judicial actions and corrections. Hand selected to serve as NCIS HQ Action Officer for the Department of the Navy Law Enforcement Community Managerdirecting and overseeing the development and execution of the Law Enforcement Strategic Workforce Planning Program. As Navy Law Enforcement Community Manager,focused on identifying current and future LE manpower requirements, including expeditionary requirements, to meet Department of the Navy and Department of Defense mission, and the strategies needed to build the civilian workforce to meet those requirements. Serves as a NCIS representative to the United States other international, federal, state, and local law enforcement organizations on matters relating to Department of the Navy dignitary protection and strategic operations. Interface with private industry, the media, congressional staffs, political and community groups and various members of the public.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service - Chief Staff Officer, Executive Assistant Director for Atlantic Operations
City, STATE, 10/2010 - Current
Led, managed and directed a team of Special Agents and a Intelligence Analyst from the Executive Assistant Director of Atlantic Operations, Virginia Beach, VA. Provided direct oversight and directions for 7 NCIS Field Offices and subordinate offices consisting of over 500 personnel, throughout the Northeast, Southeast, Carolinas, Europe/Africa, Middle East and aboard aircraft carriers. Directly responsible for the general oversight of criminal, counterintelligence, counter terrorism, force protection investigations/operation in the Atlantic area of responsibility. Led quality assurance teams to evaluate field office\'s programs, identify any significant findings and initiate corrective action to rectify weaknesses and deficiencies. Coordinated with the Special Agents in Charge and the Assistant Special Agents in Charge regarding major investigations which transcended boundaries. Provided daily oversight for the NCIS Security Training Assistance and Assessment Team (STAAT) Atlantic in conducting assessments and examining physical security conditions of foreign ports, airfields, hotels, and other operational venues. Also, NCIS STAAT provided professional law enforcement training to foreign law enforcement and security partners in the Atlantic area of responsibility. As result of this engagementwith host nation police and military security, improved securityservices were provided to the U.S Navy and Marine Corps during their port visit.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service - Senior NCIS Representative to U.S. Fleet Forces Command
City, STATE, 01/2010 - 06/2012
Subject Matter Expert, provided expert advice, guidance and consultation to Commander U.S. Fleet Forces, Deputy Chief of Staffs for Operations and Intelligence on NCIS on counterintelligence and investigative policies and capabilities. Planned, prepared, coordinated, and presented briefings to high-ranking DOD and DON management officials regarding the status of investigations. Participated in the decision-making process pertaining to highly innovative programs in the areas of counterintelligence and investigations. Participated in the analysis and study of counterintelligence operations and investigative activities responsible for the development of policy alternatives, lessons learned and adherence to policy. Played a key role in planning efforts for NCIS counterintelligence and counterterrorism protection support during special events such as the War of 1812 celebration. Participated in the short- and long-range planning efforts involving resources and budget issues.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service - Assistant Special Agent in Charge (GS-14), Contingency Response Field Office
City, STATE, 08/2005 - 01/2010
Directed a staff of 60 Special Agents and 3 direct reports. Responsible for the administrative, budget, manning, training, and equipping NCIS personnel to rapidly deploy personnel in support high-risk missions in support of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps expeditionary forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa. Provided operational oversight of all felony level criminal investigations, which included fraud, sexual assaults, narcotics trafficking, terrorism and death investigations which impacted over 20,000 deployed U.S. Navy and Marine Corps personnel deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan and Horn of Africa. During this assignment completed two six moth deployments as the Resident Agent in Charge of NCIS Resident Agency in western Iraq in support of U.S. Marine Corps. Responsible for NCIS activities in support of Mutli-National Forces - West (MNF-W) at Camps Fallujah, Al Asad, Al Taqaddum and Ramadi. Conducted daily interface with Marine Corps leadership on NCIS investigations and operations as well as determining the level of NCIS support required by Marine Corps forces.
Naval Criminal Investigative Service - Assistant Special Agent in Charge (Acting)/Supervisory Special Agent (GS-13)
City, STATE, 01/2004 - 07/2005
Daily supervision of nine NCIS Special Agents, one intelligence analyst and professional support administrator. Planned work assignments and reviewed investigations for timeliness, thoroughness and technical quality. Supervised, planned, organized and conducted extremely complex counterintelligence, maritime domain awareness, force protection and counterterrorism initiatives. Developed and maintained liaison with supervisory counterparts at the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) and other federal and local state agencies responsible for counterintelligence and counterterrorism in the Hawaii Field Office area of responsibility. Deployed on a four-month assignment to Southern Iraq in support of the Multi National Forces Coalition to provide counterintelligence support. Led a joint team of NCIS, AFOSI and Army MI counterintelligence agents, linguists and an analyst and formed them into an integrated focused cadre of CI professionals operating effectively in Iraqi Theater of Operations.

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Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Valdosta State College

Job Titles Held:

  • Deputy Assistant Director (GS-15)
  • Chief Staff Officer, Executive Assistant Director for Atlantic Operations
  • Senior NCIS Representative to U.S. Fleet Forces Command
  • Assistant Special Agent in Charge (GS-14), Contingency Response Field Office
  • Assistant Special Agent in Charge (Acting)/Supervisory Special Agent (GS-13)

Degrees

  • Bachelor of Science

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