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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary

Successfully maintained a Top Secret/ Sensitive Compartmented Information Clearance for 10 years. Dedicated security manager providing guidance and direction regarding personnel, physical and information security. Lead all administrative functions for security operations, ensuring compliance. Committed performance of Full Spectrum Captivity Training and Personnel Recovery concepts to high risk DoD SOF personnel.

Skills
  • Department of Defense Top Secret/ Sensitive Compartmented Information Security Clearance
  • Security Managers Orientation Course
  • Physical Security Officers Course
  • Arms Room Operations Course
  • Developing security plans
  • Security personnel training
  • Implementing security programs
  • Background in supervision and management
  • Report analysis
Work History
Security Manager/ Code Of Conduct Instructor, 03/2017 to Current
United States - NC, Tate IncorporatedCity, STATE,
  • Salary: 2,480.00 USD Bi-weekly Hours per week: 40
  • Conduct security inspections to maintain compliance with regulation
  • Maintain employee clearance files and update through FSO as required.
  • Safeguard information against unauthorized disclosure, report violations, provide proper handling instruction to all personnel transporting classified material and equipment.
  • Developed and implemented security plans and procedures for all sensitive and classified items.
  • Instruct phases of Full Spectrum Captivity Training and Personnel Recovery concepts to 700 high risk DoD SOF personnel.
Intelligence Analyst/ Security Manager, 03/2016 to 03/2019
North Carolina National GuardCity, STATE,
  • Salary: 400.00 USD Per Month Hours per week: 8
  • Ensure all vaults and safes remain certified and accredited to hold classified equipment and material as per physical security regulation
  • Performs intelligence, security, and geospatial functions for an organization of over 600 personnel
  • Provide guidance and direction for the production of assessments and briefs presented to senior leadership, greatly contributing to executive level decision-making
  • Lead all administrative functions for intelligence, security, and information operations for the battalion
  • Coordinate and organize security training across the organization
  • Maintained the unit Security Clearance Access Roster (SCAR) utilizing the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)
  • Successfully track clearance and access of over 600 people
  • Responsible for informing commander on all soldiers' clearances and making recommendations in regards to all derogatory/adverse reporting requirements for clearance actions
  • Facilitate re-investigation of expiring clearances through use of e-Qip
  • Process visit requests and foreign travel authorization
  • Provide proper handling instruction to all personnel transporting classified material and equipment
  • Directly responsible for training, morale, and welfare of 1 enlisted Soldier
Intelligence Analyst/ Security Manager, 09/2009 to 03/2016
United States ArmyCity, STATE,
  • Salary: 2,000.00 USD Bi-weekly, Hours per week: 40
  • Brigade Physical Security (PHYSEC)
  • Conducts physical security inspections of five battalions and the brigade headquarters (thirty-one companies) to ensure compliance security regulations, policies, and procedures; intimate knowledge of physical security requirements for arms rooms, motor pools, communication vaults, and key control
  • Managed brigade installation physical security inspections resulting in a 95% overall success rate
  • Perform risk analysis and vulnerability assessments for mission essential locations such as vaults, motor pools, and arms rooms
  • Develop and implement physical security plans and emergency destruction procedures for all sensitive and classified items within the brigade
  • Ensure all vaults and safes remain certified and accredited to hold classified equipment and material
  • Coordinate with corps level Mission Support Element (MSE) for inspections and reaccreditations
  • Assists with the antiterrorism, force protection, and crime prevention requirements for the brigade headquarters
  • Performs and assists all intelligence, security, and geospatial functions for an organization of over 2,500 personnel
  • Lead all administrative functions for intelligence, security, and information operations for the brigade
  • Provide guidance and direction for the production of daily and weekly assessments and briefs presented to senior leadership, greatly contributing to executive level decision-making
  • Coordinate and organize security training across the organization
  • Personnel Security (PERSEC)
  • Maintained the unit Security Clearance Access Roster (SCAR) utilizing the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS)
  • Successfully track the clearance and access of over 2,500 people
  • Responsible for informing the commander on all soldiers' clearances and making recommendations in regards to all derogatory/adverse reporting requirements for clearance actions
  • Facilitate re-investigation of expiring clearances through use of e-Qip
  • Process visit requests and foreign travel authorization
  • Brigade Information Security (INFOSEC)
  • Responsible for oversight and accountability of all classified equipment and material within the brigade
  • Provide proper handling instruction to all personnel transporting classified material and equipment
  • Screened and interpreted all-source intelligence information to provide Brigade Commander and leadership with timely, relevant, accurate, and predictive multi-disciplined intelligence of enemy threats throughout the world
  • Developed and updated specific information requirements (SIRs) and indicators that satisfy brigade level priority intelligence requirements (PIRs)
  • Directly responsible for the training, morale, and welfare of 3 enlisted Soldiers

Education
Master of Science: Leadership And Crisis Management, Expected in 08/2020
Norwich University - Northfield, VT
GPA:

Currently pursuing Masters Degree in Public Administration, GPA: 4.0, Credits Earned: 12.0 Semester hours.

Associate's Degree: Intelligence Operations Studies, Expected in 11/2018
Cochise Community College - Cochise, AZ,
GPA:
Basic Law Enforcement Training: Basic Law Enforcement Training, Expected in 08/2008
Coastal Carolina Community College - Jacksonville, NC
GPA:

Granted a certificate at graduation. 19 semester hours completed.

Bachelor's Degree: Business Administration, Expected in 12/2005
Campbell University - Buies Creek, NC,
GPA:
Certifications
Military Intelligence Advanced Individual Training; Critical Thinking Course; Security Managers Orientation Course; Physical Security Officers Course; Arms Room Operations Course; Enhanced Distributed Common Ground System Operators Course; Combat Life Savers Course
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School Attended

  • Norwich University
  • Cochise Community College
  • Coastal Carolina Community College
  • Campbell University

Job Titles Held:

  • Security Manager/ Code Of Conduct Instructor
  • Intelligence Analyst/ Security Manager
  • Intelligence Analyst/ Security Manager

Degrees

  • Master of Science
  • Associate's Degree
  • Basic Law Enforcement Training
  • Bachelor's Degree

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