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Security Officer Power Plant

Location:
Knoxville, TN
Posted:
October 17, 2022

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Tina Kadish

*** * ***** ***** ****, Apt **** Knoxville, TN 37923 719-***-**** ads2gr@r.postjobfree.com

Objective: Challenging career in the private sector

PROFILE

Mission focused highly skilled Human Resources Specialist with experience applying a full range of human resources laws, theories, principles, and practices with an understanding of the full range interrelationships of human resources management programs sufficient to provide integrated solutions to human resources issues. In depth experience with HR issues and system in order to advise and assist management in the interpretation/execution of the Federal laws, executive orders, negotiated contracts and agency specific guidance.

EXPERIENCE

Department of the Army 07/2019 - 06/2022

40-50 hours per week (FT)

Budget Analyst, Government Purchase Card Holder

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Provide financial advisory services for budget strategies and techniques

Apply budgetary policies to assure that budget forecasts, estimates and submissions conform to requirements, guidelines and financial objectives.

Reconcile payroll account to ensure that funds are used in accordance with all governing budgetary laws and or regulations.

Develop guidance for program managers pertaining to preparation of budget estimates in accordance with policies.

Colorado Army National Guard 07/2019 - 06/2022

10-20 hours per week (PT)

Human Resources Specialist, Centennial, CO

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Provided administrative and management support for the accomplishment of military personnel functions for assigned programs.

Reviewed personnel action requests to ensure compliance with policies and regulations.

Maintained liaison and make periodic and special visits and inspections.

Provided military personnel management support to Army Reserve units within the Readiness Support Command area of operations.

Interpreted regulations and policies, and advise on appropriate action.

Department of the Army 05/2017 - 06/2022

40-50 hours per week (FT)

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program Specialist

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Promoted the well-being of National Guard and Reserve members, their families and communities, by connecting them with resources throughout the deployment cycle.

Homeland Security 07/2011- 05/2017

40-50 hours per week (FT)

Transportation Security Officer Series 1802 Transportation Security Administration - Denver, CO

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Operated various screening equipment and technology to identify dangerous objects in baggage, cargo and on passengers, and preventing those objects from being transported onto aircraft.

Performed searches and screening, which included physical interaction with passengers (e.g., pat-downs, search of property, etc.), conducting bag searches and lifting/carrying bags, bins, and property weighing up to 50lbs.

Controlled terminal entry and exit points.

Interacted with the public, giving directions and responding to inquiries.

Maintained focus and awareness while working in a stressful environment which includes noise from alarms, machinery and people, crowd distractions, time pressure, and disruptive and angry passengers, in order to preserve the professional ability to identify and locate potentially life threatening or mass destruction devices, and to make effective decisions in both crisis and routine situations.

Engaged in continuous development of critical thinking skills, necessary to mitigate actual and potential security threats, by identifying, evaluating, and applying appropriate situational options and approaches.

Retained and implemented knowledge of all applicable Standard Operating Procedures, demonstrating responsible and dependable behavior, and is open to change and adapts to new information or unexpected obstacles.

Team Building:

Chosen by Supervisors and coworkers based on exemplary performance to be Screener in Charge. Monitor, direct, and rotate duties of up to thirteen screening personnel to ensure established goals and priorities are met. Gain compliance, teamwork, and cooperation to ensure security screening is carried out in accordance with the Standard Operating Procedures. Make responsible decisions regarding prohibited and hazardous items demonstrating strong problem-solving skills. Carry out security screening in accordance with the Standard Operating Procedures. Sustain a high level of communication between Supervisors and team members to ensure that all passengers and their accessible property are processed in an efficient and effective manner. As a member of the Employee Advisory Committee, listen to the concerns of the workforce and apprise senior leadership of such concerns. Serve as an advocate for employees and lead the workforce into a model workplace environment through thoughtful collaboration between the workforce and senior leadership. Foster a positive team environment and provide recognition to employees for working above the requirements of the job for the betterment of screening operations. Recommend officers for recognition for exceptional behavior or work within the team by utilizing organizational policies for recommendations and recognition. Assist and coach team members in recommending their peers for awards and other forms of recognition. Provide feedback to team members and train officers in the function of Screener-in-Charge of how to give such feedback in a productive and positive manner.

Situational Awareness:

Concurrently perform task at hand while maintaining acute domain awareness. Adapt and respond to continuous changes in the Standard Operating Procedures and to the diverse needs of the passengers. Demonstrate a high level of flexibility throughout the shift when operational needs required me to switch positions or duties. Continuously prepare and able to adapt to the requests of the Supervisors and Management. Train peers in recognizing patterns of traffic flow through the shift in order to access the need to reallocate resources and personnel to address changes due to unexpected events. Perform thorough screening of individuals and baggage at extremely busy checkpoint. Detect unusual behavior in passengers and perform additional screening based on Standard Operating Procedures. Identify dangerous and prohibited items. Sought out by team members to assist in identifying prohibited items. Maintain focus and awareness while working in a stressful environment which includes noise from alarms, machinery and people, crowd distractions, time pressure, and disruptive and angry passengers, in order to preserve the professional ability to identify and locate potentially life threatening or mass destruction devices, and to make effective decisions in both crisis and routine situations.

Oral Communication:

Inform passengers of the rules and regulations to help them through the screening process efficiently and less stressful. Confidently interact with agitated passengers with a calm and professional voice. Treat each passenger with respect, and help them with their individual needs. Communicate with passengers the need to perform additional screening on their person and/or accessible property when necessary. Maintain a professional demeanor when confronted by an upset passenger and mitigate the problem with the assistance of a Supervisor if necessary.

Interpersonal Skills:

Make responsible decisions regarding prohibited and hazardous items demonstrating strong problem solving skills. Sought by peers to mitigate or manage difficult situations such as upset passengers due to strong ability to maintain composure under high stress situations. Coach officers in customer service and technical approaches, and projects a positive image towards coworkers, passengers, and airport stakeholders. Develop positive relationships with team members and demonstrate empathy and a readiness to work through the various needs or personal situations of the members.

Visual Observation:

Continuously utilize visual observation throughout shift to detect variations in the baseline of the screening checkpoint and distinguish if there is something out of norm taking place. Remain vigilant to changes in the workplace and assess when a passenger’s behavior raises cause for alarm. Train other part-time officers in learning a new task by watching others perform said task.

Colorado Army National Guard 06/2012-06/2019

10-20 hours per week (PT)

Supply Sergeant Aurora, CO

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Administrative Tasks:

Maintained the supply department through careful inventory of supplies and materials.

Distributed supplies to officers as needed while keeping detailed records of returns and items collected.

Section leader supervising officers at the E-3 and E-4 levels.

Clemons Security 01/1997-06/1998

30 hours per week (PT)

Security Officer Newport News, VA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Situational Awareness:

Maintained strong situational awareness while performing patrols and monitoring security cameras. Ensured the safety and security of employees and visitors at the Day’s Inn, Yupo Manufacturing Plant, and Commonwealth Atlantic Power Plant. Responded to alarms and any emergency situations as needed or directed by policy. Answered radio pages and calls in a prompt manner and prioritize calls based on importance.

Visual Observation:

Maintained domain awareness and absorb visual information in such a manner that can recall details when necessary. Readily distinguished between relevant visual cues and distractors and effectively analyze the information to make sound judgments. Patrolled parking lots, internal/external grounds, plant facilities, and control rooms.

United States Naval Reserve 06/1996-03/1997

5 hours per week (PT)

Physical Security Specialist - Norfolk, VA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Teamwork:

Provided contributory support by augmenting Base Police. Guard CINCLANTFLT Headquarters.

Served as Master at Arms for the Reserve unit and work in conjunction with the Department of Defense to conduct physical security surveys.

Assisted in the Crime Prevention Program for Air Shows.

United State Navy 09/1989-07/1995

60-80 hours per week (FT)

Personnel Administrator - Portsmouth, VA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Administration & Management:

Supervise daily work for civilian and military personnel. As Command Career Counselor, counsel personnel regarding career objectives and coordinate all reenlistment paperwork and requirements. Administer payroll and serve in the capacity of human resources manager.

Oral/Written Communication:

Developed reports; analyzed operations, evaluations, and recommendations for improvements. Held departmental training sessions for both civilian and military personnel. Coordinated training requests with vocational managers. Operated a wide variety of office equipment including a Source Data Computer System. Developed reports, analyses operations, evaluations and recommendations.

Teamwork:

Assisted in the relocation of all Navy dependents from Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba during Operation Sincere Welcome. Cross-trained in other sections of the Navy to assist whenever workloads are too heavy and additional assistance was required. Served a firefighter for the Damage Control section and an assistant to the Legal and Administration sectors of the Naval Base.

Pennsylvania Army National Guard 05/1987-05/1989

5 hours per week (PT)

Military Police Officer - Johnstown, PA

Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:

Written Communication:

Prepared military police reports, including sworn statements, and process evidence. Composed detailed incident reports with particular concern to attention to detail. Drafted logs for all patrol activity, emphasizing on disturbances or deviations from the norm.

Situational Awareness:

Provided physical security for designated individuals, installations, facilities, and equipment. Maintained traffic control, and enforce traffic regulations and safety. Performed foot and motorized patrol and apply crime prevention measures.

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

Proficient in use of most major computer systems, information systems, spreadsheet applications, graphic and presentation applications, and word processing applications

HONORS, AWARDS AND SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS

USN ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL//USN UNIT COMMENDATION//USN "E" RIBBON//USN GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL//ARMY RESERVE COMPONENT ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL (3RD AWARD)//NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE MEDAL//ARMY SERVICE RIBBON //USN SEA SERVICE DEPLOYMENT RIBBON (2ND AWARD)//SEA SERVICE//DEPLOYMENT RIBBON//SW ASIA SM (3RD AWARD)//KUWAIT LIBERATION MEDAL (KUWAIT)

NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL

NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION

NAVY “E” RIBBON

GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL

NATIONAL DEFENSE MEDAL

SOUTHWEST ASIA SERVICE MEDAL WITH 2 BRONZE STARS

SEA SERVICE DEPLOYMENT RIBBON WITH BRONZE STAR

ARMY SERVICE RIBBON

Sailor of the Quarter of CY92 for Yellowstone (AD-41), Norfolk, VA

Sailor of the Quarter for CY94 for Personnel Support Detachment, Portsmouth, VA

Sailor of the Year for CY94 for Personnel Support Detachment, Portsmouth, VA

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS

Military Police Law Enforcement School 05/1988

Technical or Occupational Certificate Fort McClellan, AL

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND TRAINING/CERTIFICATIONS

Military Police Law Enforcement School 05/1988

Technical or Occupational Certificate Fort McClellan, AL

Mob site Law Enforcement/Physical Security Instructions/Directives course completed January 1997

Command Assessment Team Training, 1993

Master at Arms Second Class course, 1992

EDUCATION

Old Dominion University

May 1999

B.S. Criminal Justice - Norfolk, VA

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