Floyd Brown II
Seeking a position in the Intelligence Field to utilize emergency operational and report writing skills. Extremely skilled, experienced Analyst, able to complete projects accurately and on time. A highly capable and dedicated person with a high regard for procedures and workplace ethics. HIGHLIGHTS
Active Top Secret Clearance
Excellent writing skills
Strong leadership and communication skills
Solid organizational skills
MS Word, Excel, Word Perfect, Internet, PowerPoint EXPERIENCE
Watch Analyst, Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Emergency Operations Center, Mele Associates, Washington, D.C. 20560
Conduct initial research of potential and actual events.
Monitor impacts to DOE/NNSA sites, facilities, or other DOE/NNSA mission interests.
Offer interagency support for intelligence threat incidents and crisis developments.
Work independently and with teams to plan and implement daily operational briefings.
Utilize analytical knowledge and skills to assist in developing and providing support.
Assist with administrative support for the Director or Deputy Director as required.
Event Analysis and creation of specific products utilizing the Microsoft Office suite.
Conduct initial notifications to obtain Program Office response.
Contribute to the 2019 Nuclear Weapons Accident Incident (NUWAIX) Exercise. Security Police, Department of Energy Protective Force, Golden Services LLC, Germantown, Maryland 20874
Enforce regulations of the property through allocated governmental procedures.
Use of discretion in dealing with emergencies.
Protect classified matter and nuclear material from theft, diversion, sabotage.
Prepare procedures that follow a logical and progressive building block.
Approach that introduces strategic methods of use and integrated skill scenarios.
Visitor center badge issuance, Personal Identity Verification, NCIC. Supervisor, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Protective Force, Chenega Security Protection Services LLC, Cheltenham, Maryland 20623
Exercise sound judgment and use discretion in dealing with emergencies.
Operate detection Systems, Fire Alarm Systems, as well as dispatch.
Identify actual or potential problem areas, and initiate corrective action.
Ensure management practices are in accordance with current directives and policies.
Analyze the organizational structure to adjust for assessments to provide daily briefings.
Affirm trends and current Department of Homeland Security threat conditions.
Conduct field investigation for loss and damage of government or personal property.
Produce associated reports and provide analytical data to support investigations. EDUCATION
Master of Arts in Psychology, University of the Rockies, 555 E Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (GPA: 3.79), July 2013
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Ashford University, 400 N. Bluff Blvd. 2967 Clinton, IA 52732 (GPA: 3.2), July 2011
RELEVANT ELECTIVE COURSES & CERTIFICATION
Intelligence Analyst Level 1
Emergency Response to Terrorism
Homeland Security & Emergency Management
Ethics & Homeland Security
U.S. MILITARY SERVICE
U.S. Marine Corps: 1994 – 1997, Honorable Discharge PROFESSIONAL RECOMMENDATION
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