Resume

advertisement
J ASON M. S OLOMON
 1630 SANDY SPRINGS DRIVE, FLEMING ISLAND, FLORIDA 32003
 (912) 409.8673  (912) 409.0815
[email protected]
JOB POSITION
Currently hold Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information/Director of Central Intelligence Directive (SCI/DCID) Security
Clearance
Accomplished, results-driven, and hands-on professional, with exceptional leadership skills in delivering vision,
innovation, and strategic plans as well as overseeing business operation within defense and security industries; seeking a
challenging position that would effectively utilize acquired knowledge, skills, and expertise to achieve career
advancement.
–
–
–
–
–
Exceptionally skilled at developing programs, executing recommendations, and training and managing staff to
meet operational objectives and improve productivity, human relations service, and overall performance.
Known for unparalleled work ethic along with strong capacity to manage and accomplish varying and
increasing levels of responsibilities.
Armed with well-honed motivation and mentoring capabilities in empowering team toward the achievement of
company goals.
Powered with excellent interpersonal and communication aptitudes in interacting with all levels of individuals
to establish relationships that foster growth and understanding.
Technically proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
CAREER OVERVIEW
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS

Assumed full accountability in securing and maintaining top secret, secret, and confidential intelligence resources for
evaluation, interpretation, and distribution to subordinate organizations.

Closely monitored the preparation and evaluation of security and intelligence indicators, in alignment with priority
intelligence requirements and missions.

Capitalized on industry expertise in overseeing daily execution of all 501 st Sustainment Brigade installation mission
support activities.

Organized and coordinated work schedules and performed assigned duties in a manner that met or exceeded
company expectations and missions from higher headquarters.

Exhibited comprehensive knowledge of route clearance operations in identifying and evaluating potential security
threats; generating mobility/counter-mobility information; and implementing physical security methods, force
protection procedures, proper communication techniques, and assessment of operations.

Identified and evaluated processes or procedures and provided recommendations for improvement and efficiencies

Tracked program performance against established goals and objectives through quantitative and qualitative analysis.
LEADERSHIP AND TEAM BUILDING

Led efforts in conducting briefings to the senior battalion staff members on enemy doctrine, tactics, and weapons
system capabilities during tactical operations.

Supervised a 42-man combat engineer platoon, as well as facilitated training for platoon on company METL and
supporting mobility, counter-mobility, survivability, and general engineering operations.

Offered hands-on support to brigade operations sergeant in handling all facets of operations and training for internal
and external agencies consisting of 38 soldiers and 280 noncommissioned officers (NCOs) and officers of Korean
Augmentation to the United States Army (KATUSA).

Employed effectual management skills in overseeing daily operations within field and garrison environments.

Coordinated with five additional teams in redrafting the programs of instruction and formulating comprehensive
and focused training program.

Attended to all areas of concern on serviceability of gear, troop accountability, as well as pay to various agencies.
TRAINING DEVELOPMENT

Leveraged industry expertise in developing and executing various training and safety programs and in providing
instruction to Afghan security forces regarding security measures, safety requirements, and technical skills on
improvised explosive devices (IED) and C-4 explosives.

Assessed current training programs to ensure that instruction methods and materials were in line with specific needs
of personnel and overall mission readiness.
CAREER CHRONOLOGY WITH ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Page | 1
J ASON M. S OLOMON
 1630 SANDY SPRINGS DRIVE, FLEMING ISLAND, FLORIDA 32003
 (912) 409.8673  (912) 409.0815
[email protected]
E N G I L I T Y CI E D  S H I N D A N D AP O, E U R O P E
Assistant Team Leader, C IE D / E O /F O B




Jan 2013-Present
Contributed key inputs in the development of doctrine and course outlines as well as periodic review of freedom of
maneuver (FOM) taught in Afghanistan.
Piloted the implementation of the IED Mitigation Team and MMP-30 Robot Repair Program of Instruction, which
involved communicating with civilian to identify their limitations and capabilities.
Devised a repair manual and training course, which enabled the Afghan National Army (ANA) to operate and repair
their own systems.
Led the successful development and implementation of mine roller installations through ANA tools and equipment,
averaging two on a daily basis.
UNITED STATES ARMY  VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Brigade S-2



Efficiently managed organization's physical, personnel, and operational security programs including facilitation of
health, discipline, and training and monitoring the welfare of six soldiers and three NCOs.
Demonstrated efficiency in developing and implementing tracking system through military product software
utilized for documentation of all enemy activities in Afghanistan.
Provided tactical instruction and leadership to more over 280 personnel on anti-terrorist operations, with over 100
soldiers and 20 vehicles of logistical equipment in a hostile environment.
Platoon Sergeant






Aug 2001-Sep 2004
Expertly managed maintenances and accountability of equipment worth more than $2M.
Obtained distinction to facilitate various missions and training events to high level of competence and knowledge.
Received various commendations for attaining 100% rate in mission capability with zero accident through strict
compliance with readiness standards and safety.
Gained V Corps Distinguished Small Unit Award, in recognition of unsurpassed leadership skills.
Combat Engineer Team Leader



Oct 2004-Aug 2005
Leveraged expertise in monitoring budget for equipment of more than $1.5M.
Pioneered the establishment of operational command center in devising tracking system with military product
software utilized for documentation of all enemy activities in Afghanistan.
Significantly reduced construction timelines by keenly evaluating over 150,000 square feet of office architecture.
Guaranteed 100% completion of mandatory training and MOS proficiency for soldier through implementation of a
tracking system.
Combat Engineer Squad Leader



Sep 2005-Sep 2006
Formulated effective plan and schedules on post and off post training for six battalions.
Company Operations Sergeant


Oct 2006-Dec 2010
Managed and controlled 13 vehicles, weapons, sets, kits, outfits, and other properties valuing more than $15M.
Redefined and executed changes to company standard operation procedure and training program, which resulted to
the successful mission in Afghanistan.
Earned recognition from senior enlisted leader, international security assistance force, and US Forces in
Afghanistan as one of the best route clearance platoon through demonstration of exemplary performance and
leadership skill during mission preparations.
Brigade Operations Sergeant

Jan 2011-Nov 2012
May 2000-Jul 2001
Spearheaded counter-mobility mission in the Kosovo-FYROM border, which disrupted smuggling throughout Kosovo.
Selected by the management to provide strategic instruction on new robotics for the battalion.
Employed safe working practices and procedures in all situations, which led to zero accidents during the operation.
Combat Engineer
Dec 1997-Apr 2000
Page | 1
J ASON M. S OLOMON
 1630 SANDY SPRINGS DRIVE, FLEMING ISLAND, FLORIDA 32003
 (912) 409.8673  (912) 409.0815
[email protected]

Earned recognition as the top 10% that graduated in the Primary Leadership Development Course.
Sales Associate, Pace True Value Hardware


Dec 1995-Nov 1997
Exemplified outstanding sales performance, which enabled achievement of salary increase.
Successfully obtained numerous commendations due to excellent customer service; thus ensuring satisfaction and
repeat business.
EDUCATION
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, In Progress (Expected Date of Completion: 2015)
NORTH CENTRAL INSTITUTE, CLARKSVILLE, TN
RELEVANT COURSEWORK:
Port Security, Threat Analysis, Principles and Theory of Security Issues, Emergency Panning, Consequence Management, Homeland Defense
TRAINING
Senior Management Training (ALC) | Management Training (SLC) | Leadership Training (WLC) | Army Safety Course
Supervisor Development Course | Support Operations | Defense Reutilization/Marketing System | Supervisor Safety
Course | Interrogation Preparation | Distinction between an Interview and Interrogation | Proper Room Environment
Factors Affecting a Subject's Behavior and Behavior Symptom Analysis: Evaluating Attitudes, Evaluating Nonverbal
Behavior, Evaluating Verbal Behavior, Evaluating Paralinguistic Behavior, Reid Behavioral Analysis Interview
The Baiting Technique | Analyzing Factual Information Prior to the Interview | Asking Behavior Provoking Questions
AWARDS AND HONORS
Bronze Star | Army Accommodation Medals (7) | Army Achievement Medals (5) | Navy Accommodation Medal
Army Combat Action Badge | Meritorious Unit Citation | Army Superior Unit Award | Army Good Conduct Medals (5)
Expeditionary Medal | National Defense Service Medal | Korea Defense Service Medal | Afghanistan Campaign Medal
Iraq and Kosovo Campaign Medal | Global War on Terrorism Expedition Medal/Service Medal |
Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Medal (3) | Army Service Ribbon | Overseas Service Ribbon (3)
NATO Medals (2) | Sergeant Audie Murphy Medallion | Armed Forces Expeditionary medal
United States Army V Corps Small Unit Leader Award
ACTIVTIES
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Sergeant Audie Murphy Club, Treasurer, Softball Coach
Page | 1
Download