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To obtain an intelligence analyst position utilizing my expertise and knowledge in counter-intelligence and counter-terrorism operations, target studies, analytical and research analysis critical to the U.S. intelligence community for supporting U.S. cryptologic activities, producing foreign intelligence, and protecting U.S. government information.
August 2007 Wyeth Pharamaceuticals, Pearl River, NY
Present Documentation Specialist
Collaborates with project managers, scientists, and functional representatives during the documentation of Standard Operational Procedures for testing and evaluating medicine, and process-oriented projects such as workflow implementation and policy/procedure developments to ensure standards meet compliance with FDA, cGMP practices, and other regulatory agency policies.
June 2004 Stantec, Inc., Melville, NY
August 2007 Technical Writer
Worked as a consultant and was instrumental in Wyeth Pharmaceuticals Engineering and Maintenance Department. Demonstrated outstanding technical writings for management, engineering, and maintenance that encompass a range of tasks associated with engineering technology in mechanical, instrumentation, electrical, HVAC systems and database management.
January 2001 SAIC & Computer Systems Technology, Inc., Millington, TN
May 2004 Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS)
Wrote numerous manuals detailing computer operation procedures such as preparing UNIX, Informix, Enterprise, NT, PRIO, FITEVDB, DEV450, MILOPT, DRPIS servers, and associated peripheral devices utilized by EMPRS Data Center technical personnel to process records, images, reports, and Selection Boards of U.S. Navy officers and enlisted personnel.
August 1999 United States Navy, National Security Agency (NSA), Fort Meade, MD
November 1992 Cryptologic Technician: Intelligence Analyst/Report Writer (KRSOC)
Signals analyst aboard U.S. aircraft carrier and provided all source analysis and reporting, supporting Operation Deliberate Forge, Libyan Freedom of Navigation/Flight Information Regions Operations, and Operations Southern Watch.
Fused SIGINT and IMINT intelligence pivotal identifying order of battle and military weapon systems, conventional and non-conventional installations. Analysis was important for intelligence exploitation guidance and interrogation strategies during operation missions and reporting criteria. Additionally, brief embarked commanders and airborne crews of intelligence activity of interest in hostile territories.
Managed Maritime Cryptologic Integration Center training program affected over 80 surface, subsurface, airborne personnel that translated fleet and national requirements during tactical operations and cryptologic operations. (SIGINT) Training was critical for analyzing military operational needs to determined functional and cross-functional intelligence requirements and their relationships to NSA and DoD operations, maintaining sea security, combat sea-based terrorism, and keeping international sea lanes opened and safe.
Directed, managed, and established standards for KRSOCs reporting program of a 1,200 joint-service operations directorate comprised of Navy, Marines, Army, and Air Force intelligence personnel supporting real-time, tactical, and operational intelligence derived from multiple intelligence disciplines such as SIGINT, COMINT, ELINT, and Signal Analysis.
Collected and processed analytical data for disseminated flight plans and Indications and Warning (I&W) for flight operations in hostile territories. (COMINT)
Provided critical time-sensitive reports in support to NSA directed reconnaissance missions and kept tactical commanders and fighter warfare aircraft abreast of significant activity within area or responsibility. (ELINT/COMINT)
Intercepted radio transmission signals
Education and Training
Baker College, BBA, Business Administration June 2007
University of Maryland College, AA, General Studies June 1998
Primary Development Leadership Course February 1998
Advanced Journalist/Analysis & Reporting School July 1992
National Cryptologic School 1985 - 2000 (various times)
Introduction to C2C Operations March 2000
Computer Operator April 1987 November 1988
Intelligence Analyst/Report Writer (National Security Agency) September 1983 January 1987
High Frequency Direction Finding Specialist (NSGA Elmendorf, AK) May 1980 May 1982)
Morse Code Operator (NSGA Misawa, Japan) October 1978 May 1980
Cryptologic Intelligence Technical School September 1978
Other Courses: Using SPOT to improve Search Strategies, Mathematics for SIGINT, Digital Signals Systems, Digital Communications, Introduction to COMSAT, Window NT Configuration Troubleshooting & Installing/Upgrading, Introduction to PC & Application Software, Advance Unix, Microsoft Windows Advanced Topics, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, and several other courses.
Unix O/S Solaris, SPOT, Docselect, Carillion, SOLIS, Skywriter, Oilstock, Framemaker, Tinman, Anchory, Zircon, Binocular, Sunshine, TCP, and other applications
Security Clearance Held: Top Secret/SCI with CI Polygraph
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