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CV, MILITARY OFFICER SEEKING WORK IN SECURITY SECTOR

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 31304
(01/15/1988, male)
List top 5 skills: flexible work schedule, leadership, military officer, physical security assistant, security manager assistant
Short Bio:

Although a young age my attributes include initiative, positive energy, desire for perfecting and also with important experience in the security sphere. My strengths are my ambition, discipline, leadership, prevention skills, my experience/management in crisis situations

Current location: 

Județul Neamț, Romania - View on map

Nationality: 

ROMANIA

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

other

Spoken languages: 

english, french, romanian

Locations I am interested in working:

Anywhere



Work Experience

Dec 2014 – Present Infantry Company Commander – 634 Infantry Battalion, Piatra-Neamt

Dec 2012 – Dec 2014 Mortars Platoon Commander, 21st Mountain Battalion Predeal, Romania (temporary Mountain Troops Company Commander)

June 2012 – December 2012 NATO Task Force 21 – ISAF Operation (Afghanistan) – Platoon Commander and CoIST (Company Intelligence Support Team) Leader

Mar 2011 – June 2012 Mortars Platoon Commander, 21st Mountain Battalion Predeal, Romania

Sept 2010 – Mar 2011 Mountain Troops Platoon Commander, Military Unit 01041P Predeal, Romania

June 2006 – July 2007 Security Guard / Part-time

Skills/Responsibilities

– Military training for security enforcement and quick reaction force;

– Leadership (responsibility of a Company Commander – 114 subordinates)

– Preparing documents for conducting exercises / executing missions (operation orders, plans, graphics and reports)

– Supervising and improving the activity of all subordinates;

– Individual and group Performance Evaluation; granting rewards / applying sanctions;

– Administering, maintaining and handling of weapons and materials as well as training subordinates upon this regard;

– Flexible work schedule (continuous service 24/24, 7/7)

– Development, dissemination, monitoring and implementation of security guidelines for prevention, surveillance and intervention

– Administrative (logistics for Company level)

– Organizing defence and security of areas / routes within multiple assignments accomplished in Afghanistan (commanding permanent observation and control posts, mobile patrols);

– Planning and conducting mounted and dismounted patrols in various conflict zones

– Decision-making process and action taken on different incidents (Afghanistan also)

– Collaborating with people of different cultures (joint missions with U.S. troops, British and Afghan security forces – police, army)

– Draw up intelligence reports upon the situational development, information analysis, enemy probable actions, terrain details.

– Targeting; intelligence analysis, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); patrol briefings and debriefings; detainee operations; site exploitation, gathering information from local communities

– Preparing the threat situation template (SITEMP), battle tracking enemy significant activities to develop enemy patterns and tactics, techniques, and procedures.

– Secures premises and personnel by patrolling to preserve order and protect property;

– Monitoring surveillance equipment; inspecting buildings (detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows, and gates), equipment (completing preventive maintenance requirements; following manufacturer’s instructions; troubleshooting malfunctions; calling for repairs; evaluating new equipment and techniques), and access points;

– Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

– Warn persons of rule infractions or violations, and apprehend or evict violators from premises, using force when necessary

Education & Training

22 – 26 Oct. 2014 First Aid Course – Red Cross, Brașov, Romania

06 – 17 Feb. 2012 CoIST Course (Company Intelligence Support Team) – Buzau, Romania

15 – 30 Nov. 2011 Train the Trainer Course / British Military Advisory Team – Curtea de Arges, Romania

19 – 23 Aug. 2011 C-IED Course (counter improvised explosive device) – Hohenfels, Germany

01 Sep. 2010 – 25 Feb. 2011 Troops Specialization Course- Predeal, Romania

Sep.2007 – Jul. 2010 Land Forces Academy, Romania

Sep. 2003 – Jul. 2007 Petru Rares High School (Philology) – Piatra-Neamt, Romania

Online Courses

Basic Security in the Field; UN Department of Safety and Security

+dvanced Security in the Field; UN Department of Safety and Security

Common Security and Defence Policy; NATO Defence College

International Security Risks; NATO Defence College

Conflict Management and Negotiation; NATO Defence College

Multinational Crisis Management; NATO Defence College

Defence against terrorism; NATO Defence College

▪ English and French

▪ Management of Military Organizations

▪ Military Leadership

▪ Military Art Components

▪ Military Security

▪ Crisis Situations Management

▪ Labour Law and Social Security

▪ Intercultural Education

▪ Sociology

▪ Psychology

▪ Pedagogy

Personal Skills

Mother tongue(s) Romanian

Other language(s) UNDERSTANDING SPEAKING WRITING

Listening Reading Spoken interaction Spoken production

English C1 C1 C1 C1 C1

STANAG level 3

French B1 B1 B1 B1 B1

Communication skills

▪ good communication skills gained through my experience as Platoon / Company Commander

▪ good communication skills gained through my experience as CoIST Leader (presentations, speeches within the military intelligence sphere)

▪ good communication skills acquired during the mission in T.O. Afghanistan while collaborating with people of different cultures (joint missions with U.S. troops, British and Afghan security forces – police, army)

Organisational / managerial skills
▪ leadership (responsibility of a Platoon Commander – 21 subordinates; Company Commander – 114 subordinates)

▪ training, supervising, evaluating and improving the activity of all subordinates

▪ organizing defence and security of areas / routes / objectives gained within multiple assignments accomplished in Afghanistan (commanding permanent observation and control posts, mobile patrols and gathering information from local communities)

▪ design / planning / organizing and conducting tactical training sessions

▪ draw up intelligence reports upon the situational development, information analysis (intelligence summaries INTSUMs), enemy probable actions, terrain details

▪ administrative skills (logistics for Company level)

Job-related skills
▪ good command and control skills (military discipline)

▪ professional experience related to the development, dissemination, monitoring and implementation of security guidelines for prevention, surveillance and intervention

▪ experience in the decision-making process and action taken on different incidents (Afghanistan also)

▪ collecting, analysing and disseminating information regarding the effects of the weather, enemy, terrain, and local population on friendly operations and enemy actions to aid in decision making process

▪ experience in using surveillance equipment (e.g. US CERBERUS System)

▪ experience in motivating subordinates and co-workers to achieve higher objectives given the influential factors (physical, social, economic, etc.)

▪ improving outcomes by structuring activities on phases and giving tasks in order for people to assume responsibility

▪ physical and mental endurance under severe conditions (survival, orienteering, navigation in mountainous terrain)

▪ knowledge and skills in alpinism (Mountaineering)

Computer skills
▪ good command of Microsoft Office™ tools, Web browsing and presentations

Other skills
▪ sports performances – 1st place at national level competitions (wrestling, kyokushinkay karate, judo)

Driving licence
▪ A, B, C.

Additional Information

Honours and awards

▪ Certificates of appreciation (Diploma of Excellence) for the activity unfolded (Afghanistan also)

▪ ”Non-Article 5 NATO Medal” Certificate

▪ Awards won at sports competitions of national level (1st place)