Motivated, personable safety and security professional with masters degree, over 280 hours of OSHA training, 10 anti-terrorism training classes for Management and Supervisors and a successful nine year track record of private contracting for the Department of Defense. Diplomatic and tactful with professionals and non-professionals at all levels. Accustomed to handling sensitive, confidential records. Has a history of producing accurate, timely reports meeting stringent OSHA and corporate guidelines.
Flexible and versatile – able to maintain a sense of humor under pressure. Poised and competent with the ability to easily transcend cultural differences. Thrives in deadline-driven environments. Excellent team-building skills.
General Office Skills
Safety Program Development
Staff Development and Training
AMERICAN MILITARY UNIVERISTY-CHARLES TOWN, WV
Master of Arts-Security Management 2009
HERZING UNIVERSITY-MADISON, WI
Bachelor of Science-Homeland Security and Public Safety 2008
Regional Safety Manager – Department of Defense / LOGCAP IV Project 2010-2012
•Responsible in developing and implementing efficient safety programs at LOGCAP Task Order IV under area of responsible sites and maintain the health and safety position of all company employees, and subcontractor employees.
•Designed and conducted Occupational Safety, environmental and industrial hygiene Inspections and audits on construction sites of over 3,500 DynCorp International and DI subcontractor’s employee’s, advised and enforced hazard and risks mitigation controls to ensure safe construction projects execution. Prepare written evaluation reports, recommend methods of correcting deficiencies and assist in developing policy memorandums and standard operating procedures.
•Responsible for support and oversight to all Field Safety Professionals and HSE Coordinators in 12 assigned sites.
•Responsible for targeting zero incidents throughout the theater.
•Provide management leadership for Safety by communicating performance expectations, reviewing and tracking performance, and leading by example.
Project Safety Manager – Department of Defense / U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)2008-2010
•Spearhead health and safety compliance for $50M construction project involving 1,200+ personnel.
•Managed site based HSE inspectors and officers, closely supervised them for HSE results (improvements), and boosted their performance.
•Conduct regular health and safety briefings and site tours for USACE Safety Director.
•Diligently facilitate daily health and safety inspections and maintain meticulous documentation inclusive of hazards identified and recommended corrective action.
•Delegate tasks and provide health/safety training to both DynCorp safety staff and subcontractor’s safety staff.
Site Security Manager – Department of State/Department of Defense 2008-2010
•Demonstrated exemplary leadership expertise in supervising personnel assigned to Static Security teams and Personal Security Details for vehicle convoys providing protection for dignitaries, corporate executives, and government officials.
•Completed organization-wide needs assessment to pinpoint critical training needs.
•Experienced in plan preparation and execution for off-site activities.
•Launched in-service training program to ensure staff competency in first aid, safety, terrorism, fire arms training, reconnaissance missions, hand-to-hand combat, and communication skills.
•Deal with complete security, reporting, administration and management.
Logistics Supervisor - Department of State 2007-2008
•Maintained accounting for millions of dollars of government equipment and ordering additional supplies.
•Sustained accurate projections for logistical needs in accordance with the constantly-changing priorities of the mission.
•Trained highly motivated logistics team that consistently achieves targeted goals.
•Assisted to raise the manufacture of logistic section by using measures.
•Accountable for utilization of system tools of organization for inconsistency reporting and the cost accounting
Site Manager – Department of State 2006-2007
•Administered full-scope safety training and ensured consistent adherence to safety procedures and practices by 400+ personnel.
•Devised Microsoft Excel spreadsheets to coordinate and align personnel with daily responsibilities and progress.
•Performed Safety Training and ensured all Safety Procedures and Practices were implemented and followed properly.
•Developed and initiated a security alert protocol for use in cases of imminent threats to our areas of responsibility.
•Produced a contact roster listing all qualified personnel to be called upon in cases of emergency. This was disseminated to upper management for distribution.
Acting Chief Medical Officer for Afghanistan Police Program – Department of State 2005-2006
•Supervised, mentored and directed 15+ international medical officers throughout Afghanistan, consistently emphasizing responsiveness, swift decision-making, and team cohesiveness.
•Played an integral role in analyzing and strengthening Air Medical Evacuations procedures to safely and efficiently transport casualties and provide advanced emergency medical care.
•Organized QRF (Quick Reaction Force) teams to transport personnel to military hospitals in emergency situations.
Medical Officer – Department of State/Department of Defense 2004-2010
•Applied sharp attention to detail in conducting site safety inspections, implementing site-specific safety plan, and instituting mandatory first aid training for international and local staff.
•Formulated reaction plan for a medical evacuation in case of emergency, implemented at Regional Training Centers (RTC) throughout Afghanistan.
•Proactively distributed emergency medical kits in designated locations at RTCs.
•Assembled Medical Quick Reaction Force (QRF) teams to respond to mass casualty incidents.
•Examines patients, procedures, physical exams, and compiles medical data, including health history.
DYNCORP – Texas
STONEY POINT FIRE DEPARTMENT – North Carolina
•Law Enforcement Response to WMD
•Anti-Terrorism for Management and Supervisors
•Emergency Response to Terrorism
•Hazardous Materials of Terrorism
•Incident Command Training of Terrorism
•Basic Concepts of Terrorism
•Company Officer Training of Terrorism
•EMS Training of Terrorism
•Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings
•LEAN SIX SIGMA
•OSHA 30-Hour Construction Outreach Training Program
•OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach Training Program
•NAVFAC (Naval Facilities Engineering Command) EM (Engineering Manual 385-1-1) Certification
•OSHA 48 Hour Occupational Safety and Health Management
•OSHA 40 Hour Occupational Safety and Health Specialist
•OSHA 36 Hour Occupational Safety and Health Supervisor
•OSHA 36 Hour Occupational Safety and Health Trainer
•OSHA 36 Hour Safety and Health Committee Leader
•OSHA 32 Hour Safety and Health Committee Member
•Firearms Marksman Certification
•Combat Life Saver Certification
•Personal Security Detail Certification
•Basic Trauma Life Support
•Level I and Level II Firefighter
•Advanced Executive Protection Certification