SECURITY TECHNICIAN/ ENTRY CONTROL POINT SUPERVISOR
To secure the position as Campus Security Director, utilizing my knowledge of the security industry while applying my experience to the college environment. Maintaining the protection posture; ensuring safety to all faculty, staff, students, and the protection of property and equipment.
Skilled public speaker
Security personnel training
09/2005 to 02/2010
Security Technician/ Entry Control Point SupervisorDepartment of Defense/ LOGCAP III – Afghanistan
Upheld the responsibilities as Security Lead for Pedestrian and Vehicle Entry Control Points of Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, U.S.Military Base.
Managed a staff of 30 LOGCAP Security Officers and Supervisors through daily operations of the inbound/outbound Biometric processing of 4,800 plus, Afghan workforce.
Ensured all Force Protection policies and procedures remained in accordance with Combined Joint Task Force (CJTF)-82 Base Operations Policy (Memorandum #26)-Base Access Security Policy, Base Operations Policy (Memorandum #25)- Escort Procedures and LOGCAP 3 Security Entry Control Point (ECP) Standards of Procedure were enforced and exercised.
Collected data in preparation of Threat and Vulnerability Assessments of the base in order to advise site management of the progress of force protection enhancements and issues inhibiting programmed completion.
Conducted preliminary data collection tactics, evidence gathering, interviews and investigations in preparation to complete Serious Incident Reports, Incident Reports and Spot Reports.
Verified and approved staff timekeeping entries and reports in order to prevent fraud in the payroll management program.
Conducted property inspections to monitor accountability of equipment and readiness to ensure mission capable support.
01/2005 to 08/2005
Corporate Security OfficerRichemont North America – 2 East 52nd Street, NY, NY 10022
Evaluated and reviewed specifications for design and construction of security systems.
Supervised a team of 12 contract security personnel during a given shift during store operations.
Inspected the headquarters facility to ensure compliance with Corporate Security standards and regulations.
Advised security team and conducted investigations of significant threats and the loss or misappropriation of assets.
12/1999 to 12/2004
Air Operations ChiefUnited States Marine Corps
Supervised over 20 Marines in a forward deployed environment.
Supported Combat Operations in Iraq and Afghanistan
Managed the fueling operations, ammunition arm/de-arm points, airfield maintenance and logistical support in a forward operating environment.
Directed convoy operations while serving as a convoy commander.
Monitored and evaluated unit performance on key security issues, recommending corrective action programs where appropriate.
07/1998 to 11/1999
Security OfficerEffective Security Systems – 9 E 38th St, NY, NY 10016
Associate of Arts: Media and Technology Management Kingsborough Community College - 2001 Oriental Blvd., Brooklyn, NY 11235 Media and Technology Departmental Award for Excellence
Bachelor of Arts: Communication Arts New York Institute of Technology - 1855 Broadway, NY, NY, 10023
Training: SERE School Trained October 2000 - December 2000
U.S. Marine Corps Anti-Terrorism Training Sept.'01 - Oct.'01, Sept.'03 - Oct.'03 Nov. '08
LOGCAP III Anti-Terrorism Training
16-Hour Security Course February 2005 State of New York
Met all testing requirements in lieu of the becoming of a New York City Police Officer.