Seasoned leader and mentor bringing 11 years of experience with the US Navy as a Petty Officer First Class. Seeking position in a team oriented leadership position. Excellent communication, project management, conflict resolution, and physical security skills. Looking for dynamic and growth-oriented career. Currently maintains a Top-Secret security clearance with the US Government.
Expertly leads three Recruiters and manages the day to day operations of Navy Recruiting Station Longmont, CO in providing qualified applicants for enlistment in the US Navy. Develops Future Sailors though mentorship, classroom instruction and motivation. Succeeds in overseeing the enlistment of more than 150 applicants into the US Navy which resulted in NTAG Rocky Mountain meeting its yearly mission mandated by the Chief of Naval Operations.
Directly Supervised 15 Sailors in daily intelligence gathering, reporting, and maintenance operations. Expertly Operated and maintained SSEE INC-F communications and signals intelligence collection and exploitation system. This resulted in 100% operational-ready status to complete mission tasking. Selected as Anti-Terrorism Training Supervisor to qualify Sailors to stand armed security patrols. Implemented curriculum, trained, and qualified more than 200 Sailors in armed sentry and security reaction force. Resulted in a 100% certification rate ensuring proper manning of each security shift.
Coordinated teams of five to eight Navy and civilian personnel in the installation, operational testing, certification, and troubleshooting of multiple Cryptologic Carry-On Program (CCOP) signals and communications intelligence collection and exploitation systems for Naval combatants afloat. Led complete installations of more than 30 CCOP systems onboard 17 Navy ships which resulted in them being 100% mission ready for deployment in combat theaters of operation.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to explain fundamentals of effective listening; demonstrate use of rapport; demonstrate professional selling skills; demonstrate ethics when recruiting; deliver planned or
impromptu presentations; describe demographics in terms of target market; develop a canvassing program; describe forms of stress and it's management; describe qualifications for team incentives and rewards; and conduct a sales lab utilizing situational techniques.
Qualified and trained to perform classroom and laboratory instruction; develop anti-terrorism training scenarios and small boat surveillance tactics of high value assets; perform security reaction force training; and conduct group paced instruction and certification of unit level personnel in the employment of non-lethal weapons.
This course provides students with the knowledge, skills, and ability to deter, detect, defend, and mitigate potential terrorist threats; serve as a team member for a security reaction force; demonstrate an understanding of search procedures, use of deadly force policy, and personnel restraint; and apply training lessons to tactical team operations and management.
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to employ deadly and non-deadly force; use defensive and offensive tactics; and practice weapons safety, proficiency, and applications. The course focuses on the effective use of tactical communication, recognition of basic improvised explosive devices, terrorist threats and capabilities, and the duties and principles of Naval armed sentry or security reaction force members.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform operational procedures on various secure
communication systems; describe the theory and operations of secure communication systems; support, understand, and perform preventative maintenance associated with secure communication systems; and isolate a fault and perform repair procedures on secure communication systems.
Senior leadership training for the role of a Non-Commissioned Officer in preparation for division management.
Provides training for new arrivals to the command in the areas of communication, Naval regulations, equal opportunity, and diversity.
Awarded Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal eight times for service above and beyond the call of duty. Awarded Navy Good Conduct Medal three times. Awarded Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. Awarded Bluejacket and Junior Sailor of the Year back to back 2011 and 2012. 2017 Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Recruiter of the Year.
Between 2012 and 2016, volunteered more than 60 hours with the San Diego County Animal Shelter. Charged with giving shelter dogs routine walks and exercise and ensuring the cleanliness of dog kennels
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