marine security element sncoic resume example with 6+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - - -

I consider myself to be goal oriented and self motivated individual, who strives for excellence in all tasks. I enjoy working as a member of a team and have an expressed passion for mentorship. Since moving forward from my position as a Lifeguard Supervisor in 2014, I have spent the last eight years in the Marine Corps training and mentoring personnel in over nine countries, specializing in Nuclear Security, Convoy Operations, Infantry Operations, and Protective Security Operations for Strategic facilities. After reaching the rank of Staff Sergeant, I was selected to attend Marine Corps Officer Candidate School and graduated with honors. I continue to strive for excellence now as a student at the University Colorado Boulder, where I am stationed on active duty in order to complete my degree and commission as a Lieutenant in the Marine Corps. My aspiration is to utilize the skills I have developed over the years in a variety of roles, to contribute in the growth of the the next organization I have the opportunity to join.

  • Customer Service
  • Project Management Software
  • Schedule Planning
  • Detail-Oriented
  • Leading by Example
  • Physical Security Systems training
  • Physical Fitness Trainer
  • Theft Prevention
  • De-escalation Techniques
  • Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor
  • Marine Corps Security Forces
  • Combat Medical Training Course
  • Designated Marksman Communications/Radio Systems Operator
  • Advanced Infantryman
  • Infantry Small Unit Leader
  • Fast Rope and Special Patrol Insertion Extraction System Master
02/2020 to 10/2020
Marine Security Element SNCOIC Great Wolf Lodge Adna, WA,
  • As the Marine Security Element Staff Non-commissioned Officer in Charge, planned and supervised the monitoring of security communications systems on three military installations, the controlled access of vehicles and pedestrians in highly sensitive areas using advanced security procedures, in support of Special Operations Task Force 511.2 Southern Philippines.
  • Supervised over 40 Marines while ensuring the safety of over 200 Department of Defense and State Department personnel, successfully safeguarding millions of dollars in U.S. assets.
  • As a Ground Force Commander, executed a humanitarian assistance operation in the Southern Philippines, commanding 19 Joint U.S personnel and 5 vehicles, resulting in the delivery of 15,000 Dollars of U.S medical equipment to host nation forces in effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.
  • Developed and refined multiple base security and convoy operating procedures, leading to an increased force protection posture of Special Operations Task Force 511.2 operations.

10/2017 to 06/2020
Infantry Platoon Sergeant Marine Corps City, STATE,
  • Efficiently maintained the administrative records of over 36 personnel, ensuring their compliance with the Marine Corps pre-deployment and training requirements.
  • Mentored and developed over 36 Marines and Sailors, planning and executing over 78 live fire events, helicopter operations, and stability operations in six partner nations across the pacific theater of operations.
  • As the Company Remain Behind Element senior enlisted, successfully supervised 30 personnel, maintenance of Company facilities housing over 200,000 dollars of equipment, and the planning and execution of community volunteer events.
  • Mentored Marines as a Lance Corporal Seminar and Corporal Course instructor, developing leadership skills needed by Marines to be effective and ethical small unit leaders.
  • As a Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor effectively qualified 45 Marines in the three belt levels, with over 60 hours of instruction and mentorship on combat techniques and the warrior disciplines.
08/2016 to 10/2017
Strategic Weapons Convoy Leader Naval Base Kitsap City, STATE,
  • Prepared, planned, and coordinated the execution of over 20 National Strategic Asset convoys, ensuring physical and intellectual security of Strategic Assets.
  • Mentored and developed 22 Marines ensuring their compliance with over 40 Nuclear Weapon Requirements within the Personnel Reliability Program.
  • Maintained administrative compliance of 40 Marines, and the maintenance of over 2 million dollars of weapons and equipment.
  • Defense Threat Reduction Agency exercise controller for bilateral North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercise Aviano, Italy, supervising over 40 Airman and 10 NATO alliance members over a period of 27 days, efforts lead to accurate collection of strategic threat reduction data for the Department of Defense.
  • Supervised over 55 Marines, and 25 Sailors while posted as the Sergeant of the Guard for over 70 hours, maintaining tactical control of the Explosive Handling Wharf, accountability of over 200 serialized items, weapons, and the welfare of posted personnel.
  • Advised commanding officers on weapons operations, capabilities and unforeseen operational problems.
04/2015 to 06/2016
Designated Marksmen Marine Corps Security Force Battalion City, STATE,
  • Assessed Strategic Asset Convoy routes for gaps in security and weapon employment deficiencies at Naval Base Bangor, Washington.
  • Maintained qualifications as a trained observer while collecting and relaying information to tactical Commanders.
  • Provided overwatch for Close Quarter Battle teams, analyzing crisis points, providing building analysis, and maintaining the capability to engage with precise fire.
  • Conducted courses of instruction on combat marksmanship, long range engagements, and the employment of the M110 SASS to over 50 Marines.
05/2013 to 08/2014
Lifeguard Supervisor Elitch Gardens City, STATE,
  • Monitored daily pool activities and lifeguard performance.
  • Resolved member issues or complaints by listening and addressing issues directly or assigning tasks to other staff.
  • Supervised lifeguard team of 16 and assigned daily tasks.
  • Evaluated performance of staff and addressed areas needing improvement.
  • Answered questions about facility hours, policies and programs.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/2014 to to
High School Diploma:
Hinkley High School - Aurora, CO,
Expected in to to
: Homeland Security And Disaster Management
American Public University System - Charles Town, WV
  • Completed coursework in Accounting for Non Accounting Majors, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Border and Coastal Security, Introduction to Homeland Security and Defense, International Relations I, Research Methods, Information & Digital Literacy, English 110, and Biology with Lab.
Expected in to to
: International Affairs Africa/Middle East
Attending: University of Colorado At Boulder - Boulder, CO
Native/ Bilingual
  • Navy and Marine Corps Commendation medal for superior service while in support of Special Operations in the Southern Philippines.
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for providing life saving aid to civilians in a road rage incident.
  • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for superior service while leading Nuclear and Strategic Asset Convoys.
  • Selected for Marine Corps Enlisted to Officer Program by Headquarters Marine Corps, with choice of college while on active duty
  • Meritorious promotions reaching Staff Sergeant (E-6) from Private (E-1) in five years of service, receiving recognition from staff Generals in Headquarters Marine Corps.
  • Multiple Physical fitness Awards and Honors awards from Marine Corps professional Schools and the Marine Corps Officer Training School.
Activities and Honors
  • Toys for Tots volunteer coordinator.
  • Okinawa, Japan community outreach volunteer.
  • Kailua, Hawaii beach clean military volunteer coordinator.
  • College Summit student outreach volunteer.
  • Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. Quantico, Va. 2022
  • Risk Managements for Small Units. 2020
  • Infantry Small Unit Leaders Course. San Diego, Ca. 2019
  • Designated Marksman School. Dam Neck, VA. 2015
  • USMC Security Forces School. Chesapeake, Va. 2015
  • USMC Martial Arts Instructor Course, Silverdale, Wa. 2016
  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care. Okinawa, Japan. 2018
  • Advanced Infantryman Course. Oahu, Hawaii. 2016
  • Infantry Rifleman School. San Diego, Ca. 2015
  • Single Channel Radio Operator. Okinawa, Japan. 2019
  • Fast Rope and Special Patrol Insertion and Extraction System Master. Schofield, Hawaii. 2018
  • Tactical Driving Course. Chesapeake, Va. 2015
  • Range Safety Officer/Laser Safety Officer. Schofield, Hawaii. 2020
  • Defense Threat Reduction Agency exercise controller. Aviano, Italy. 2017

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School Attended

  • Hinkley High School
  • American Public University System
  • Attending: University of Colorado At Boulder

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  • Marine Security Element SNCOIC
  • Infantry Platoon Sergeant
  • Strategic Weapons Convoy Leader
  • Designated Marksmen
  • Lifeguard Supervisor


  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)

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