Versatile, ambitious professional with a wealth of program and project management experience in highly demanding roles. Analytical problem solver with demonstrated capacity for thriving in high-pressure, deadline-driven operations. Collaborative communicator and team-builder, continually focused on building productive professional relationships and driving positive change.
Hours Per Week: 40
Program Coordinator for the US Army Intelligence Badge & Credentials (B&C) Program; served as the primary point of contact for over 200 customer unit custodians in the issue and receipt of sensitive Army property. Maintained 100% accountability of the Army's inventory of 15,500 Counterintelligence badges and associated credentials by utilizing a continuous receipt system and tracking material shipments. Maintained multiple databases with information that was error free and adhered to relevant Army security and intelligence policy. Performed research for customers by processing requests for B&C material issue and turn-in. Created and implemented standard operating procedures to improve operations and train new personnel. Provided technical expertise, assisted in the development of program goals and provided policy interpretation for organizational staff and customers. Supported development of targeted training materials and engaged in training programs for new Special Agents.
Hours Per Week: 40
Program Coordinator contract employee for the US Army Intelligence Badge & Credentials (B&C) Program and served as the primary point of contact for over 200 customer unit custodians in the issue and receipt of sensitive Army property. Provided administrative support and coordination for the program and its activities, drafted correspondence, and performed coordination with various government organizations. Performed data entry and maintained multiple databases to ensure the information was accurate and adhered to relevant Army policy. Processed customer requests to ensure 94% of CI B&C materials received same-day shipment. Monitored program metrics and activity, provided weekly reports to senior leadership which were integrated into products distributed to other Army organizations. Performed research, processed, and coordinated with multiple vendors in support of the US Army Intelligence (USAI) B&C Retirement Program.
Hours Per Week: 50
Served as the Assistant Special Agent In Charge of a multifunctional counterintelligence office in coordination with other Defense and Federal agencies to support the installation and assigned personnel. Supervised five personnel, ensuring the completion of all organizational and mission requirements. Identified and addressed intelligence gaps and initiated information collection efforts to facilitate senior leadership's decisions. Conducted interviews, performed analysis, generated reports, conducted liaison with and collaborated with intelligence and security personnel, along with host nation law enforcement, to foster cooperation and communication. Identified the need for an additional three personnel to provide targeted language support for security screening and force protection operations. Coordinated with installation contracting office, Department of Public Works, and host nation vendors to support the acquisition, furnishing and staffing of a new facility.
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