Operation Enduring Freedom XIII intelligence collection veteran with over 10 years experience in outdoor education program development desires a challenging position with Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Extensively trained in intelligence collection, weapons, and security. Passionate about environmental issues, effective communicator and team leader.
Serves as a member of a Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Collection Team as part of a Battlefield Surveillance Brigade. Assesses and collects information from sources and detainees. Reports and targets information obtained. Assists the Team Leader in conducting mission planning for a variety of missions to include detainee, source and screening operations. Acts as Team Leader as needs dictate to ensure soldiers are properly trained and ready to conduct all facets of HUMINT operations. Supervises operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and specialized equipment. Logged and filed classified documents during deployment. Produced intelligence summaries and assessments to Counterintelligence Team that aided in over 15 missions across three different forward operating bases.
Developed and implemented outdoor education programs. Hired and trained 25 seasonal personnel annually to facilitate programs. On a regular schedule lead interpretive hikes, taught ancient Hawaiian culture, and games. Collected indigenous seeds, bulbs, ground covers and trees to be propagated. Organized and entered field data into from National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration weather station. Routinely managed volunteer groups to complete service projects for trail maintenance, beach clean ups and invasive plant mitigation. Conducted several one week long back country camping trips for groups of 8-10 participants. Taught low impact camping practices using leave no trace techniques. Facilitated three summer camp programs for over 600 campers annually. Assured facility and programs were in constant compliance with their American Camping Association certification. Certified as an open water life guard, Wilderness First Responder, and ROPES Course Facilitator.
3.75 GPA: Intelligence Law and Administration of Justice, Interrogation Operations, Map reading and Analysis, Reporting of Intelligence Data, Briefing Skills and Collection Operations.
Human Behavior and Management, Psychology of Motivation, Human Resource Management, Abnormal Psychology, Advanced First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Introduction into Personality. Anatomical Kinesiology.
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