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Manager, Special Security, Intelligence, Counterterrorism

Location:
Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Posted:
January 17, 2019

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Steven G. Shawgo

724-***-**** ac7794@r.postjobfree.com Moyock, NC

Professional Summary

Twenty years of honorable, distinguished Navy leadership and management experience as a Cryptologic and Electronic Warfare Chief Petty Officer. TS/SCI security clearance with over 12 years of Navy Intelligence Warfare (IW), Information Operations (IO), Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP), and emergency management watch floor experience on both Navy combatants and several shore duty commands in support of local military bases, regional and national U.S. interests.

Relevant Skills and Work Experience

*Trustworthy, integrity-Top Secret/SCI security

clearance- supported multiple Navy, DOD and national agencies with highly classified intelligence reports and briefings. My decisions and actions are based in

accordance with relevant military instructions, DOD directives, SOP’s/SOW’s, etc.

*Watch operations manager/Leading Chief Petty Officer in several fast-paced, high pressure, emergency and self- defense 24/7 watch environments

*Critical reading and thinking skills. Security

conscience, OPSEC trainer. Computer savvy in

Microsoft Office Suite.

*Ability to quickly make decisions and respond to very short-fused emergency situations. Submit clear, concise, accurate written and verbal reports to senior personnel

(SITREPs and other DOD messages)

*Effective communicator with dispatch experience.

Submitted hundreds of time-critical voice reports.

*Professional, responsible leader who understands the complexities and priorities to help an organization meet its mission

*Sales, recruiting, marketing, interpersonal and

networking skills- Navy and civilian recruiter experience

*Self-motivated to take initiative to accomplish all goals

*Outstanding organizational and time management skills

*Clear and concise communicator and team player, even in very stressful, emergency environments.

Career Background

* Military Veteran Recruiter, Orion Talent, Virginia Office (March 2017 to Present)

* Cryptologic Technician Chief Petty Officer, United States Navy (April 1997 to April 2017) Military Duty Stations

* Leading Chief Petty Officer/Manager-Transient Personnel Unit (TPU) Norfolk (May 2013 to April 2017)

- Led and managed over 20 Sailors in all their primary and collateral duties in the Limited Duty Division, Medical Division and Training Division. Responsible for all command training requirements and message reports.

- Duty Section Leader (Watch Manager)of over 20 Sailors for a rotating watch section. Responsible for writing and submitting watch schedules for five different 24/7 watch positions. Submitted over 30 time-critical message reports to higher commands, resulting in effective communication and direction, both up and down the chain of command.

- Knowledgeable of all DOD Force Protection Conditions (FPCONs), TCOR, HUREX and other DOD emergency and preparedness conditions. Led and trained over 20 Sailors in multiple exercises in aforementioned emergency situations.

- Command Security Officer/Manager. In charge of the command’s information and personnel security programs. Submitted over 60 security clearance investigation/reinvestigation packages via e-QIP. Used JPAS on a daily basis to confirm the eligibility status of Sailors’ security clearances. In charge of visitor requests, access control, physical safety and accountability of all PII material, resulting in no loss or compromise of PII material. Conducted security training to every Sailor during check in/out process.

* Electronic Warfare (EW) Chief Petty Officer- USS Cole, Norfolk (March 2010 to April 2013)

- Led over 10 Sailors as a Division Leading Chief Petty Officer in all aspects of ship’s EW/IW/IO, combat self-defense.

- Responsible and trained my division in all aspects of space warfare, EW, anti-ship missile defense with the use of multiple HTTP’s, SOP’s and other DOD/DON instructions and the effective use of the SLQ-32, Gale-lite and JTT.

- Duty Section (Watch) Leader/Manager. Led over 60 Sailors in a fast paced, rotating watch schedule. Responsible for up to nine different 24/7 watch positions. Wrote and submitted watch schedules and training reports directly to the Commanding Officer on a weekly basis. Trained in multiple force protection and anti-terrorism techniques and procedures. Trained and led my duty section in hundreds of emergency, stressful ship’s defense drills/exercises.

- Combat Systems Trainer and Combat Watch Supervisor. Led over 11 Sailors in the Combat Directional Center (CDC), a fast paced, ship’s self-defense center. Responsible in leading all Sailors in high stressful emergency situations in over 100 crisis drills such as incoming missile attacks, chemical, biological, radiation (CBR) attacks, and internal emergency readiness support, responding to, and controlling ship’s fires and flooding. Planned, led and reported over 100 emergency exercises resulting in enhancing the effectiveness of the ship’s readiness and protection.

- OPSEC Manager. Responsible for the ship’s OPSEC program. Trained the whole crew on all aspects of OPSEC.

- Command Security Manager. Responsible for the ship’s information and personnel security programs. Submitted over 100 security clearance investigation/reinvestigation packages via e-QIP. Used JPAS on a daily basis. In charge of security checks, visitor requests, access control, physical safety and accountability of all classified material, resulting in ZERO security incidents onboard the ship. Conducted security training to every Sailor during check in/out process.

* Recruiter-in-Charge- Navy Recruiting District Pittsburgh (July 2006 to February 2010)

- Met or exceeded all assigned goals at an award-winning Navy recruiting station while leading three other recruiters. Earned a number 1 ranked “EP” regular/periodic evaluation out of 49 fellow First Class Petty Officers, the highest evaluation possible. Excelled in communication, persuasion, motivation and interpersonal skills.

* Electronic Intelligence Supervisor-NIOC Hawaii, Pearl Harbor and NSGA Kunia (September 2003 to June 2006)

- Led over 25 Sailors. Provided over 75 Intelligence analysis messages and reports to multiple intelligence agencies such as the Office of Naval Intelligence from collection of 12 different Naval platforms.

* Intelligence Analyst Watch Stander- NSGA Fort Meade, Maryland (March 2001 to September 2003)

- All-source fusion analyst (derived from ELINT and other SIGINT sources). Submitted over 200 time-sensitive reports at two different 24/7 manned operational/intelligence watch floors.

- Received multiple high-level Joint and Navy awards for timely, accurate intelligence support and time-critical reporting to multiple DOD and other national intelligence commands such as the Pentagon and NSA.

* Electronic Intelligence Analyst and Operator-NSGA San Diego, California (March 1998 to March 2001)

- Provided classified intelligence direct support to multiple aircraft carriers and national intelligence agencies.

- All aspects of AESOP, SPACE, IW/IO, EW were applied in my day-to-day watch standing duties. Education

* Bachelor of Science degree in Management Studies (May 2016); University of Maryland University College

* Associate of Science degree in Business Administration (May 2010); Butler County Community College



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