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Jessica Claire
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Executive Summary

Over 10 years' experience in personnel management, training, logistics and execution. Referred to by a significant amount of clients as the "man with the answers" with not only existing problems With applications and contractors but when abstract new problems arise that require immediate solution. Matt is a seasoned leader with extensive operational skills in both an office setting and military theaters, domestic and international. 8 years experience in personnel management, budget operations and physical control as well as program coordination, strategic planning and time management. A resolute team leader with proven abilities to remain calm and produce successful results in crisis situations. Matt holds a TS/SCI and is a responsible, ethical, and dedicated resource and is to be considered and asset to any team.

Core Qualifications
  • Operations management
  • Staff development
  • Complex problem solving
  • Change management
  • Procedure development
  • Strategic planning
  • Team building
  • Multi-site operations
  • Relationship building
  • Dedicated
  • Client relationships
Professional Experience
GS-13 Deputy Branch Chief, 03/2009 - 01/2013
Dxp Enterprises Blue Ash, OH,
  • Supervises over 40 Government Contractors in daily Operations with Department of the Army Applications. Plan and coordinate training for newly hired Contractors to perform in complex environment. Manages web based applications for Department of the Army
  • Performed coordination, technical expertise, planning, milestone development, and creation and execution of control and evaluation methods as Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) Exercise Planner representative ensuring Army interests and organizational objectives were coordinated. Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) Exercises; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Crisis Management Exercises (CMX); Combined Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS) sponsored Command Post Exercises (CPX) Positive Force and Positive Response; CJCS No-Notice Interoperability Exercises (NIEX); CJCS Table Top Exercises (TTX); HQDA Mini-Exercises (MINIEX); HQDA Crisis Action Team (CAT) TTXs; HQDA level Staff Exercises (STAFFEX); HQDA level COOP Exercises (COOPEX); HQDA Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drills
  • Provides worldwide, continuous C3I of Army activities on behalf of the Top Seven and Senior Army Leaders. Also serves as a focal point for information during worldwide crisis events and principle liaison between the Army, National Military Command Center, Major Army Commands, Joint Staff, service HQs, and other government agencies.
  • Monitor and coordinate current operations of Army forces worldwide while providing timely, accurate information to the Army's senior leadership. Coordinate crisis action team resources, training, and execution. Serve as G-3/5/7 focal point for Joint Staff, COCOM and DRU actions relative to worldwide deployments/operations and HD/CS. Coordinate individual augmentation for contingency operations and CJCS exercises. Maintain 24-hour Army Watch
  • Serves as Operations Officer, Army Homeland Defense (HD) and Civil Support (CS) Branch of the Current Operations and Contingency Plans Division in the Army Operations Center, Pentagon. Responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing and managing Army support for all Department of the Army special events, Homeland Defense (HD) and Civil Support (CS) Title 10 requirements in response to natural and manmade disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, chemical and biological catastrophes. Conduct lead planning for Army support to special events including, topics such as United Nations Summits, pandemic influenza planning,
  • Conduct extensive lead Federal agency coordination with first responder organizations, the Department of Homeland Security, FEMA, USSS, FBI, DOE, and other non-DOD agencies. Prepare information papers, responses to joint staff tasking, Congressional Inquires and other special presentations. Write Headquarters Department of the Army Execution Orders (EXORD) for Public Service Recognition Week; Joint Services Open House; Provide program support for daily activities involved with planning, programming, and budgeting processes. Coordinate with acquiring facilities, writing the concept plan, establishing websites and writing the exercise final report for an “all services” Hurricane Synchronization Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drill exercise. Develop procedures to incorporate actions in support of the national preparedness goal, including adoption of quantifiable performance measurements in the areas of training, planning, equipment, and exercises for Federal preparedness. Developed and provided training on Domestic Operations standing operations procedures in support of the Army’s Crisis Action Team. Train field-grade level personnel in Army HD and CS responsibilities to include familiarization on FEMA Pre-scripted mission assignments, review and developing execution and deployment orders, Army message handling system, mission tracking, and the development of briefing charts.
Army Exercise Planner, 09/2008 - 03/2009
Chenega Corporation Dallas, TX,
  • Performed coordination, technical expertise, planning, milestone development, and creation and execution of control and evaluation methods as Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) Exercise Planner representative ensuring Army interests and organizational objectives were coordinated during the following exercises: Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Continuity of Operations Program (COOP) Exercises; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Crisis Management Exercises (CMX); Combined Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS) sponsored Command Post Exercises (CPX) Positive Force and Positive Response; CJCS No-Notice Interoperability Exercises (NIEX); CJCS Table Top Exercises (TTX); HQDA Mini-Exercises (MINIEX); HQDA Crisis Action Team (CAT) TTXs; HQDA level Staff Exercises (STAFFEX); HQDA level COOP Exercises (COOPEX); HQDA Rehearsal of Concept (ROC) Drills
  • Performed coordination, technical expertise, planning, milestone development, and creation and execution of control and evaluation methods as Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) Exercise Planner representative ensuring Army interests and organizational objectives were coordinated with Federal commands and agencies to establish and adhere to exercise planning milestones.
  • As HQDA Exercise Planner, performed DoD and HQDA policy and procedure analysis against organizational objectives and developed policy and procedure modifications, respectively. Additionally, assisted with the development or modification of the following Exercise related documentation: Army Joint Exercise Manual (AJEM); Army Crisis Action Team SOP; HQDA Exercise Branch webmaster; Exercise Directives (EXDIR); Control Staff Instructions (COSIN); Letters of Instruction (LOI); Master Scenario Events List (MSEL) with Implementers; Senior Player Books; Exercise Assessment Team Handbooks and Evaluation Plans; and CJCS and HQDA level After Action Reports (AAR) and Exercise Lessons Learned.
  • Additional duties assigned include Office, Directorate of Operations (ODO) Office COOP Lead Action Officer (AO) on duty. Assisted with the development, implementation, and execution of the ODO Office COOP plan which included the development of Mission Essential Functions, and staffing requirements. Performed AOC CAT Team training for newly assigned officers for the past 5 years.
Assistant Mobilization Common Operating Picture Combat Developer, 01/2005 - 08/2008
US Army City, STATE,
  • Identified operational issues requiring action for domestic and civil emergencies, coordinated input from various Army Staff agencies, and prepared correspondence for executive decisions.
  • Conducted program consolidation for Army operations involved with the mobilization of Army Reservists.
  • Assigned to the Army Operations Center preparing daily situational briefings for the Secretary of the Army, Chief of Staff, and senior level Army personnel.
  • Responsible for briefing the Secretary of Defense on weekly mobilization status.
  • Directly support the continuous requirements set forth by higher echelon for manpower overseas in support of operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM.
  • Assist in development and implementation of training programs, including being an instructor for Headquarters Department of the Army Officer Staff and other surrounding Major Army Commands. Responsible for executing the program budget, totaling $2.5million Coordinate with senior Non-Commissioned Officers on database issues ranging from maintenance to end-user operability.
Team Leader, 06/2003 - 04/2004
US Army City, STATE,
  • Wide-ranging inter-agency work with National Security Agency (NSA), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), US Marshals Service (USMS), Diplomatic Security Service (DSS), and US Secret Service (USSS).
  • Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of theater Personal Security Detachment (PSD). Protective Security detail encompassed 4 separate teams. Teams had primary responsibility for protection of State Department diplomats, Secretary of Defense, numerous Congressional members, and senior Central Command military personnel.
  • Vast experience in security logistics and operations, convoy details including weapons, personnel, communications and schedule planning.
  • Team Leader for a line Military Police Company:
  • Extensive combat experience.
Protective Service Officer, 10/2002 - 06/2003
Raytheon City, STATE,

Responsible for operational security of the Largo and St. Petersburg facilities including critical site surveys, access control for vehicles and pedestrian traffic, mobile patrols, and investigations.

Extensive operational and installation experience with access control and monitoring system.

Transportation of secret and classified information between locations.

Investigations of employee fraud.

Military Police Officer, 06/1997 - 10/2002
US Army City, STATE,
  • Conduct and monitor and coordinate complex criminal and administrative investigations / inspections which may lead to potential civil, administrative, or criminal actions.
  • Supervised and managed all operational responsibilities on Security Forces planning, training, equipment management and unit readiness.
  • Performed duties of the Senior Military Police Non-Commissioned Officer in the event of major disaster or increased threat levels. Conducted full range investigations on assigned cases, from planning through fact-finding to reporting the results of the investigation.
  • Responded to real or potential security violations through participating in searches, seizures, and arrests. Performed undercover work involving contact with criminal elements and or suspects in order to apprehend persons suspected of posing a threat to personal security or violating Federal criminal statutes. Interview / interrogates witnesses and suspects, giving Miranda warnings when appropriate.
  • Developed and maintained a comprehensive training program for all soldiers, including programs with special emphasis on law enforcement training programs including but not limited to: Physical Security/Law Enforcement Minimum Training Standards, In-Service Training Program, Auxiliary Security Force Minimum Training Program, various Weapons/ Firearms Training Qualifications and Certifications in Emergency Vehicle Operator Course, Lethal / Non Lethal training.
  • Functioned in the following areas: The Law Enforcement Division, Police Training Office, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Program, Physical Security, Command Investigations, Operational Security (OPSEC), and the Pass and ID Office.
Military Police & Game Warden, 06/1998 - 11/2002
US Army City, STATE,
  • Conduct and monitor and coordinate complex criminal and administrative investigations / inspections which may lead to potential civil, administrative, or criminal actions.
  • Supervised and managed all operational responsibilities on Security Forces planning, training, equipment management and unit readiness.
  • Performed duties of the Senior Military Police Non-Commissioned Officer in the event of major disaster or increased threat levels.
  • Conducted full range investigations on assigned cases, from planning through fact-finding to reporting the results of the investigation.
  • Responded to real or potential security violations through participating in searches, seizures, and arrests.
  • Performed undercover work involving contact with criminal elements and or suspects in order to apprehend persons suspected of posing a threat to personal security or violating Federal criminal statutes.
  • Interview / interrogates witnesses and suspects, giving Miranda warnings when appropriate.
  • Developed and maintained a comprehensive training program for all soldiers, including programs with special emphasis on law enforcement training programs including but not limited to: Physical Security/Law Enforcement Minimum.
Education
High School Diploma: , Expected in 1993
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St. Andrews High School - Oceanside, NY
GPA:
Status -

Valedictorian


Affiliations
Accomplishments
  • Military Police Advanced Individual Training,
  • Military Customs School
  • Radar School (Speed Gun)
  • Urban Warfare School
  • Traffic Accident Investigation.
  • Law enforcement certified, 15 years law enforcement
  • Experience encompassing 4 states and agencies.
Certifications
Training Standards, In-Service Training Program, Auxiliary Security Force Minimum Training Program, various Weapons/ Firearms Training Qualifications and Certifications in Emergency Vehicle Operator Course, Lethal / Non Lethal training. Functioned in the following areas: The Law Enforcement Division, Police Training Office, Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Program, Physical Security, Command Investigations, Operational Security (OPSEC), and the Pass and ID Office.,
Additional Information
  • SECURITY CLEARANCE Top Secret (TS/SCI)
Skills

administrative, Army, Agency, budgeting, budget, charts, Concept, Crisis Management, database, documentation, special events, Government, instruction, instructor, Intel, Law Enforcement, leadership, Letters, logistics, managing, access, Office, Weapons, natural, organizational, Personnel, Police, presentations, processes, programming, reporting, SOP, staffing, training programs, Transportation, websites, webmaster

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School Attended

  • St. Andrews High School

Job Titles Held:

  • GS-13 Deputy Branch Chief
  • Army Exercise Planner
  • Assistant Mobilization Common Operating Picture Combat Developer
  • Team Leader
  • Protective Service Officer
  • Military Police Officer
  • Military Police & Game Warden

Degrees

  • High School Diploma

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