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Jessica
Claire
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SECURITY CLEARANCE: Active Top Secret/SSBI dated January 11, 2012


20+ years in government security administration, emergency preparedness, and law enforcement activities. A skilled professional in; OPSEC, COMSEC, antiterrorism, counterintelligence, personnel, physical, Industrial, Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and information security principals.

Highlights
  • Strong ability to operate in a high stress ever-changing work environments, able to interact effectively with all levels of support staff, executives, and senior management
  • Facility Security Officer Certified
  • Trained in Emergency Preparedness
  • CPR certified
  • COMSEC Custodian Certified
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, creates team building, and collaborative.
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Trained in JPAS, ISFD, DIAS, e-QIP, CrossMatch finger print system
  • Proficient in Microsoft excel, access, word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, and Visio
Education
Colorado Technical University Colorado springs, CO Expected in 2016 Bachelor of Science : Information Technology - GPA :

Currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree program with a 4.0 grade point average.

United States Air Force , Alabama Expected in 2010 Certification : Command and Control, FEMA - GPA :

Air Force Response (AERO) - Command and Control Course v.1.0

This course meets NIC requirement for FEMA IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800 and IS-775

Villanova University Alliance Tampa , Florida Expected in 2010 Certification : Sigma Six Green Belt, Lean Process Certification - GPA :
National Security Agency , Maryland Expected in 2007 Certification : Communication Security - GPA :

Communication Security Course, "COMSEC Custodian"

Defense Security Services Academy , Maryland Expected in 2005 Certification : Security Administration - GPA :

Completed Facility Security Officers Course,

Counterintelligence Awareness

NISPOM Chapter 8 Requirements for Industry

Defense Security Services Academy , Maryland Expected in 2004 Training Certification : Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) Training - GPA :
Accomplishments

Received numerous awards and accolades for program inspections, facility customers inspections, and military installation inspections.

Experience
Department Of Defense - Facility Security Officer, COMSEC Custodian
Fort Polk, LA, 10/2004 - 02/2013
  • Strictly enforce security requirements of applicable Intelligence Community Directives (ICD), National Industrial Security Program Operational Manual (NISPOM), security directives, DoD 5200-1R, and National Security Agency (NSA) Manual 3-16.
  • Execute security programs for personnel, physical, industrial, and information systems in support of collateral and SCI activities.
  • Processed, reviewed, updated, and maintained DD254's for all subcontracts supporting prime contracts.
  • Established appropriate government documentation for closed areas storing information and computer systems at the Top Secret level.
  • Incorporated a robust OPSEC program ensured government requirements are enforced.
  • Reviewed SSPs and assisted the Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) with auditing classified (Windows and Unix based) information systems.
  • Managed personnel security program, duties entailed accomplishing, reviewing, approving, and submitted SCI and SAP nomination packages in accordance with customer requirements.
  • Submitted e-QIP clearance packages (SF86) for initial and updated clearance actions for all levels of collateral clearances.
  • Conducted adverse reports for security violations, ensured government guidelines are used during investigation.
  • Processed and approved classified visit requests for classified meetings/conferences. Established Technology Control Plans (TCP) for foreign visitors when visits are required.
  • Coordinate with Government entity of foreign military visits, and ensured ITAR documentation was in place for non classified discussions.
  • Lead and assisted, Government Security Integrated Process Teams (IPT) and Process Action Teams (PAT) in improving organizational processes.
  • Developed schedules and distributed work assignments. Consulted with customers, site management, and external organizations, to recommended positive solutions to all situations.
  • Prepared: Standard Operating Procedures, System Security Plans, and Fixed Facility Checklist in accordance with ICDs, JFAN, DITSCAP, DIACAP and NISPOM regulations.
  • Performed in accordance with NSA 3-16, Communication Security (COMSEC) duties and responsibilities.
  • Trained COMSEC/Cryptographic equipment users of operations and keying protocols. Conduct COMSEC semi-annual inventory, and self inspections of traditional COMSEC account.
  • Scheduled Controlled Cryptographic equipment maintenance and upgrade activities as required in the absence of the primary asset manager(s). Maintain Entry Authority Listings for areas that house Cryptographic material.
  • Conduct initial training with new hires, training for controlled and restricted areas, reoccurring annual training consisting of securing, marking, handling, and transporting of COMSEC material.

United States Air Force Reserves - Military Experience
City, STATE, 09/2004 - 03/2011
  • Provided supervision for assigned security forces within assigned sectors.
  • Enhanced force protection in the areas of security and law enforcement for over $5 billion worth of resources and 18,000 personnel.
  • Coordinated with civilian law enforcement agencies law enforcement actions.
United States Air Force - Flight Chief/Desk Sergeant
City, STATE, 09/2003 - 09/2004
  • Led and supervised a law enforcement section consisting of five Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO) and eight airmen.
  • Provided police service to the Secretary of the Air Force, Air Force Chief of Staff, 11th Wing communities consisting of: 39 general/flag officers, and a combined work and residential population of 15,000, situated on a 607 acre Air Force installation.
  • Establish and disseminate baseline guidance for the daily training system operations of all command and controls assets across multiple MAJCOMs.
  • Managed access and control of 301 alarmed classified areas.
  • Duties included 25 sensitive compartmented information facilities, 185 small arms and associated ammunition, an electronic intrusion detection system, Protection Level III (PL III) resource, and network of small computer systems, with a combined total value of over $500,000.
United States Air Force - Desk Sergeant/Lead Patrolman
City, STATE, 09/2000 - 09/2003
  • Managed the nerve center for all on-duty security forces activities, servicing six major commands.
  • Controlled the operations of a 43-person shift, providing force protection in the areas of security and law enforcement.
  • Responsible for securing over $3 billion worth of resources and 26,000 people.
  • Furnished security services to sensitive compartmental information intelligence facilities, communications, facilities PL II, III, and IV aircraft.
  • Provided force protection services for a 13,310-acre installation, which supports 20 arms and ammunition storage areas, 26 controlled areas, 37 fund sites, 51 classified accounts, 2,644 military housing units, and 3,312 dormitory rooms.
  • Monitored Close Circuit Television CCTV cameras for all critical assets assigned to the Elmendorf AFB.
  • Maintained Vindicator alarm systems through out shift for alarm activations, ran required checklist, and conducted system tests.
  • Dispatch patrols to investigate unannounced alarms, and neutralize possible security threats.
United States Air Force - Information Security Specialist
City, STATE, 05/1999 - 08/2000
  • Provided Information Security, Industrial Security, Personnel Security services for 26 squadrons and base staff agencies.
  • Advised commanders and agency chiefs on the appointment of unit security managers, provided initial and reoccurring Information Security training to new appointees.
  • Performed annual Information Security, COMSEC program reviews and coordinated with Major Commands (MAJCOMS) counterparts on all facets of the program.
United States Air Force - Response Force Leader/Central Security Controller
City, STATE, 04/1993 - 05/1999
  • Supervised, trained and evaluated security, law enforcement, and information security functions while protecting PL I resources assigned to NORAD, USSPACECOM and AFSPC.
  • Directed deployment of security forces and initiated alarms as needed.
  • Scheduled and de-conflicting system utilization and prioritization for all security alarm systems assigned to the 721st Space Wing.

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School Attended

  • Colorado Technical University
  • United States Air Force
  • Villanova University Alliance
  • National Security Agency
  • Defense Security Services Academy
  • Defense Security Services Academy

Job Titles Held:

  • Facility Security Officer, COMSEC Custodian
  • Military Experience
  • Flight Chief/Desk Sergeant
  • Desk Sergeant/Lead Patrolman
  • Information Security Specialist
  • Response Force Leader/Central Security Controller

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  • Bachelor of Science
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  • Certification
  • Training Certification

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