SCOTT ALNUTT/SONGS/SCE/EIX@SCE.COM (can any of this be lower case?) OBJECTIVE: Professional Summary Armed Nuclear Security Officer Central Alarm Station (CAS), Secondary Alarm Station (SAS) operator. OCA (Owner controlled Area) Vehicle Rover, Emergency Operating Facility security liaison. Oversaw multidimensional work group, including the safety, security and performance evaluations, coaching and discipline for workers. Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal arenas. Exceptional planning and organizing skills to include chairing meetings, events and developing agendas. Proficiency with computers and programs to include: MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint , MS Access, T2000, Automated Security Logs (ASL) and Nuclear Notification system. Knowledgeable in Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) regulations as they apply to plant security. More than 10 years of combined experience in the supervising of military and security personnel.
07/2004 － CurrentSouthern California Edison
MSO-1 protects SONGS from Radiological Sabotage and conducts random patrols of the Vital, Protected and Owner-controlled areas (VA, PA and OCA).
Deny the introduction of contraband and prohibited items through vehicle and personnel searches, as well as, closely monitors the SONGS protected area utilizing Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in accordance with SONGS PSP, SCP and the Tactical Response Plan.
Duties included: Demonstrated experience in provision of tactical proficiency of armed responders and team leader duties to protect and defend the Nuclear Reactors and their Vital Area safety equipment components against radiological sabotage; routinely participated in quarterly tactical drills and/or security response training in accordance with SONGS, PSP/SCP and other directives.
Worked as Central Alarm Station (CAS) and Secondary Alarm Station (SAS) operator.
Monitored, maintained and documented positive access control for all PA/VA entries/exits; processed reports.
Information Technician, 02/2000 － 05/2004United States Navy
Honorable Discharge Demonstrated administrative expertise in support of the operation of computers and equipment that keeps records of personnel training, disbursement, health, assignments, and promotions within the Navy.
Ensured the imperative communications link between units at sea and stations ashore.
Noted problem solver and astute with escalations to "next level".
Directed day-to-day activities, managed work performance and led subordinates for more than 12 years.
Known for positive feedback, effective coaching, mentoring, fair discipline and innovative recognition programs.
Field Artillery Cannon Crewman (Specialist/Gunne, 05/1992 － 02/2000United States Army
Honorable Discharge Supervised handling, transportation, accountability and distribution of ammunition.
Assisted section chief in supervision of Howitzer operations, maintenance, and training.
Positioned weapon for direction, conducted bore sighting and basic periodic tests.
Supervised the operation, loading and maintenance of the Field Artillery Cannon.
Trained, instructed and supervised section personnel in cannon gunnery firing and procedures.
Supervised performance of operator, crew and organizational maintenance for section vehicles.
Security And Finance Supervisor, 10/1997 － 02/2000Caesar's Entertainment Corporation
Establishing security protocols for a security division of Caesar's.
Provided direction for security personnel and associates; coached others in casino safety, HR performance and security policies.
Provided schedules for adequate staffing levels - selected and trained personnel with special attention to evaluations and promotions.
Patrolled the property, identified potential security and/or safety hazards and reported to management -- to ensure the safety and protection of guests, associates and the entire facility.
Was accountable for accuracy and completeness of departmental records and reports.
Oversaw policies, procedures, principles and laws related to employee supervision, including coaching, discipline, training, development of department goals and business strategy complying with IAW Missouri State Gaming Commission.
Especially adept at holding employees accountable for results-driven workplace.
PresentUniversity of Redlands School of Business － Redlands, CABachelor of ArtsManagement
05/1989Richmond R-XVI High School － Richmond, MODiploma
Leadership Development Program
Honors Elected CEO of class by peers Inducted into Whitehead Leadership Society by the University of Redlands J.K. Horton Humanitarian Award Army Achievement Medal (2X) Navy Achievement Medal