Eric Roseberry

Eric Roseberry

Summary

I have a strong work ethic and am highly adaptive in dynamic work environments.  I am culturally aware and have solid experience working with seniors and subordinates from many nations.  I have proven success in high stress environments and  excellent experience creating strategies and processes that enhance client services.  My oral and written communications skills are outstanding.

Work History

Work History
Sep 2008 - Present

Consultant-Intern

•    Engaged in social media networks to promote VisualCV•    Building VisualCV’s for companies, professionals and associations•    Promotes VisualCV to my college community, alumni associations and classmates.  •    Generate contact leads for  VisualCV business segment of colleges, alumni and Associations

Jul 2005 - Aug 2007

Security Technician

Served as a member of the KBR Security team in Kuwait/Southern Iraq, with responsibility for security matters at eleven KBR work sites in Kuwait as well as oversight of physical security for approximately 1800 KBR employees living within seven billeting locations throughout Kuwait.Work was performed in support of the Logistical Combat Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) III, a contract that has been valued at 35.7 Billion (US$).

•  Subject Matter Expert in Department of Defense Security Clearance Processing and Security Manager for the Coalition Forces Land Component Command (CFLCC) Headquarters at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait

•  Responsible for accountability, issuance, and processing of all KBR employees with security clearances and sensitive access throughout the Kuwait area of operations

•  Served as Kuwait Security Department liaison officer to KBR LOGCAP III Theater SSO in Baghdad, Iraq and KBR industrial security personnel in Houston, TX and acted as a support for all Joint Military Mail Terminal (JMMT) missions in Baghdad, Mosul, and Kirkuk (Iraq)

•  Responsible for briefing all cleared employees on the requirements and restrictions of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) and Operational Security (OPSEC)

•  Responsible for conducting security investigations and generating reports for Security/Program Management leadership in regards to NISPOM and OPSEC violations in the Kuwait AOR

•  Served as the security team leader for sensitive material transportation missions into Iraq (Talil, Baghdad, Mosul, Basra, etc.)

•  Conducted Threat and Vulnerability Assessments in accordance with Department of Defense standards and developed/updated Force Protection measures to safeguard company’s personnel, property and equipment

•  Coordinated with and served as the security liaison officer with military security forces on specific security requirements at the assigned sites as well as host national forces (Kuwaiti Military, KMOI Personnel, and Host-Nation Intelligence Officers)

•  Developed and implemented protection measures to safeguard KBR personnel

•  Directly supervised 85 subcontracted security guards for facilities protection

•  Developed area personnel access/control procedures and written SOP's

•  Developed and implemented subcontracted guard forces training programs

•  Escorted senior KBR and Halliburton executive management while visiting Kuwait

•  Member of KBR first responder team

•  Developed and implemented theft prevention policies and procedures to prevent and protect KBR/government property

•  Responsible for the coordination and issuance of US Military Facilities access badges for KBR personnel

•  Investigated and generated reports on lost, damaged or destroyed US Government and KBR property to assist in property accountability and liability determination

•  Investigated violations of Company policy, casulties, theft, violations of DOD General Order 1, Geneva Convention violations, and assisted in enforcing Host Nation laws

Skills

Skills

Security Clearance Processing/Management

I have experience  with meeting Department of Defense Security Clearance standards and acquiring DOD Security Clearances (Interim/Final Secret) and have extensive knowledge of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) from both providing large scale briefings, individual briefings, and conducting investigations into violations to be reported to the Defense Security Service (DSS), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), and Military Command at the site of the violation.

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Word

Education

Education
Aug 2008 - May 2010

Bachelors of Science

http://www.som.gmu.edu/

Graduated with a BS in Management in May of 2010

Aug 2007 - May 2008

Associates of Science

http://www.nvcc.edu/

Acquired an AS in General Studies in May of 2010 and transfered to George Mason University to pursue my Bachelors degree.