Professional staff officer with 23 years military experience effective at leading teams to accomplish ambitious goals. Brigade-level operational experience; Company grade command experience. Three combat tours with 34 months of deployment. Military work affiliation and liaison with the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region IX as Plans Officer for the Defense Coordinating Element, Pacific, with expertise in disaster planning/mitigation and defense support to civil authorities. Senior level leadership Strategic planner Military professional, deadline-oriented Operations oriented Excellent communication and interpersonal Process improver skills Skilled researcher Adept at briefing and public speaking Operations security minded Expertise in training, counseling, mentoring Risk manager Proficient with web-based Disaster Transitioning into private security industry. Management applications including PDC, EMOPS, WebEOC, RAPIDS, and DDASS
Defense Coordinating Element-HawaiiPlans Officer | January 2014 - October 2014
Served as the Pacific Command's representative for the TRADOC Emergency Management Working Group policy re-write of Defense Support to Civil Authority (DSCA), which is to provide the Assistant Secretary of the Army recommendation on how to improve the Army's Doctrine, Training, leadership and education of DSCA capability.
Served as the daily interface between the FEMA-Region IX Pacific Area Office, and the Defense Coordinating Officer/Element-Hawaii on emergency management/disaster mitigation events.
Worked extensively with the Joint Director of Military Support (JDOMS) in developing a Reserve/National Guard Capabilities Report in order to enable DCO decision making ability during a DSCA event.
Served as a primary military/DSCA lead for the FEMA hosted Hawaii Catastrophic Hurricane Scenario Annex working group rewrite.
Established a strong collaborative relationship with the Director of Homeland Security Emergency Management, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, during partnership training/DCO /E-West CERTEX of Exercise Pakyo-2014.
Led coordination of six off-island and two on-island interagency visits with State, County, and Local civil defense partners to include Guam, Saipan, and American Samoa.
Real-world operational experience while performing duties as Defense Coordinating Element- Hawaii Plans Officer during named Hurricanes Iselle and Julio, and Kilauea Lava Flow into Puna District, Hawaii.
Affiliations Staff Officer, 50th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, New Jersey Army National Guard, 131 Eggert.
ArmyOperations Officer | Home | February 2011 - September 2013
50th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, New Jersey Army National Guard 550 Route 57, Port Murray, New Jersey, 07856 S3 Operations Officer for a Brigade Special Troops Battalion comprised of five Companies tasked to provide an Infantry Brigade Combat Team combat enablers to include military intelligence and analysis, battlefield communications, engineer operations (vertical/horizontal/combat), military police, and unmanned aerial reconnaissance support.
Produced operation and fragmentary orders, annexes, and overlays for situational, field, and simulated exercises.
Developed Yearly Training Plans and guidance for Battalion and Company training in accordance with Brigade directives.
Prepared and planned Battle Drills and Army tasks, tracked execution and provided assessment of same.
Oversaw procurement of training resources, ammunition and manning for individual and annual training requirements.
Served as principle advisor to the Commander in the analysis, planning, and coordination of future training and operations.
Provided briefings to Command and Staff members on all relevant training issues to include short, mid, and long term training schedules.
Homeland Security Community of Excellence, New Jersey Army National GuardVulnerability Assessment Team Lead | Lawrenceville, NJ | March 2010 - September 2012
Organized, trained, and led a three member team responsible for conducting vulnerability assessments of national critical infrastructure within FEMA Region II and as directed by the Department of Homeland Security.
Utilized the Site Assisted Visit (SAV) methodology of vulnerability assessment, prepared detailed reports identifying vulnerabilities and single point failures within the facility, provided options for consideration for use by the owner/operator to increase hardness and resiliency of the facility/installation, briefed corporate level management on overall Team assessments.
Conducted vulnerability assessments on 23 critical infrastructure locations during this period.
armuyAssistant S-3/Battle Captain | home | April 2008 - March 2010
HHT/1-102 Cavalry Squadron, New Jersey Army National Guard Camp Bucca, Iraq, APO AE 09375 CENTCOM Assistant S-3/Battle Captain for a Ground Cavalry Troop conducting Mayor's Cell support functions at Forward Operating Base Bucca, Iraq, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Officer in Charge of the future operations planning cell.
Managed, mentored and professionally development all personnel within section (3 Officers, 1 Non-Commissioned Officer).
Planned and development construction and improvement projects on FOB Bucca ensuring all plans were on time and in accordance with the Commanders guidance and intent.
Provided briefings to Command and Staff elements.
Prepared Letters of Justification and Statements of Work to direct Engineer/FET projects.
Ensured all subordinates remained fully engaged and made recommendations for additional special projects.
Prepared, maintained, and planned Battle Drill SOP's, battle tracked execution of same.
Managed over 110 projects focused on improving the footprint and security posture of 6500 military and civilian personnel on FOB Bucca, including the removal of 4500 tons of war scrap.
Bachelor of SciencePublic AdministrationRoger Williams UniversityBristol, RIPublic Administration
Associate of ArtsLiberal ArtsBurlington County Community CollegePemberton, NJLiberal Arts
ICS-400 Advanced ICS DSCA-I Defense Support to Civil Authorities DSCA-II Advanced DSCAICS-100 Introduction to the Incident Command System ICS-200 ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents ICS-300 Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
Timothy Marvian, SGM, New Jersey Army National Guard Manager of Schools and Training, JFHQ, Fort Dix, NJ email@example.com Cell: 609-864-0969.
Military work affiliation with the Department of Homeland Security conducting vulnerability assessments on national critical infrastructure/key resources. Qualified Civil Defense Officer. Top Secret government security clearance. Retired Officer from the New Jersey Department of Corrections