Ian Johnson

Ian Johnson
12 Morrislea Court
Baltimore, MD 21234

I am seeking a new, challenging, and awarding career in a fast paced environment with a professional and well established organization.

Respected team player, able to work with and manage diverse teams to deliver peak performance. I am a self-starter with the ability to analyze various critical business operations and implement innovative strategies to improve service, performance and customer satisfaction.

Work Experience:
August 2014- Present
Operations Specialist
Integrity Consulting Engineering & Security Solutions (ICESS)
DOD Secret Clearance
Washington, DC
Hired as an Operations Specialist to support the Operational Protection Division (OPD) team within the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) HQ Directorate Contingency Operations (DCO). OPD serves as the primary advisor to the USACE Commanding General for protection. Duties and responsibilities includes but not limited to providing operational, program and administrative support to USACE OPD functional areas of Antiterrorism (AT), Physical Security (PS), Law Enforcement (LE) and Criminal Intelligence (CRIMINT) within the US and overseas. Additional duties include emergency management support, Crisis Action Team member, attending Protection and Threat Working Groups, tracking Situational Reports, OPORD’s, CCIR’s and attending unclassified and classified briefs with Commanding General, Deputy Commanding General and Director of DCO.

August 2012- Present
Security Officer
AlliedBarton Security Services
DOD Secret Clearance – MD Guard Card
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Hired as a Security Officer to patrol Boeing Company facility and man duty post as instructed in post orders and serve as security presence and visible deterrent to crime and rule infractions. Responsibilities included but not limited to emergency management, incident command, physical security, escorting visitors and non DOD cleared personnel, investigating all incidents and documenting all reports and forwarding to senior leadership.

September 2013- August 2014
Emergency Operation Center Analyst
IEM, Inc.
DOD Secret Clearance
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Hired as Emergency Operation Center Analyst to support the US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) Operations Center (OC) supporting critical military operations throughout the U.S. and overseas. Duties and responsibilities included but not limited to emergency management, incident command, AT/FP, accountability, tracking assignments within Tasker Management System, OPORD’s, EXSUM’s, CCIR’s, maintaining SOP’s, coordinating deployments, tracking classified and unclassified e-mail, situational reporting, and various Director briefings. Additional duties include VTC/SVTC operational and technical support for HQ meetings and briefings.

January 2013- June 2013
Installation Protection Program (IPP) Analyst
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB)
DOD Secret Clearance
Joint Base Andrews Air Force Base, MD
Hired as Installation Protection Program (IPP) Analyst to provide an enhanced Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) installation guardian support capability consisting of detection, identification, warning, and decontamination of limited agents, surveillance and response, and information management by providing support and life cycle management of the CBRN protection systems. Responsibilities included but not limited to assist in the development and maintenance of installation Emergency Management (EM) plans, EOC support/activation, Exercise Evaluation Team (EET) Member, CBRN equipment training, and working closely with various units and staff agencies to support the Emergency Management (EM) response capability for the installation.

January 2012- May 2012
Traffic Operation Center (TOC) Operator
FreeAhead Inc. subcontractor for URS Corporation
Chester, VA
Hired as a TOC Operator to maintain situational awareness and surveillance of traffic operations throughout Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) during emergency situations which may include but are not limited to disaster response, inclement weather and emergency operations. Access and control traffic management devices including CCTV to investigate incidents, Changeable Message Signs, Virginia State Police Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and various communications channels. Record and maintain all TOC activities in incident database.

April 2011- July 2011
Installation Emergency Management (IEM)/ CBRNE Specialist
QSACK & Associates, Inc.
DOD Secret Clearance
Fort A.P Hill (FAPH) in Bowling Green, VA
Hired and relocated to Virginia as an Installation Emergency Manager (IEM) within Director of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and Security (DPTMS) for Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) to provide subject matter expertise and ensure the overall responsibility for synchronization of Fort A.P Hill (FAPH) installation’s all-hazards response of capabilities. The duties included developing and maintaining the installation all-hazard emergency response plans, supporting annexes and instructions and ensuring installation emergency response teams and that personnel training is occurring across the spectrum of installation Stakeholders. Additional job functions include basic instructions on Tasking’s, OPORD, EXSUM, and Planning. In addition, technical expert/adviser to the Installation Commander and staff on CBRNE potential threats and/or hazards to ensure CBRNE emergency response requirements is integrated into FAPH planning.

March 2002-November 2010
Emergency Operation Center (EOC)/ Assistant Operation Manager
SoBran Inc.
DOD Secret Clearance
Controlled Access Facility on APG Edgewood, MD
Hired as a Tech Support Specialist to support high level National Security program for Homeland Security and promoted to a Quality Control Technician, then Quality Control Manager then ultimately an EOC/Assistant Operation Manager. Specialized skills include operating and maintaining various chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear, explosive material (CBRNE) detection, monitoring, and personal protective equipment. EOC management duties include emergency management, incident command, coordinating response to credible CBR incidents, initiate evacuations and accountability plan for all personnel, manage decontamination operations and ensure mission critical information is relayed to proper officials. Assistant Operation Manager duties and expectations include conducting interviews to hire personnel, performing background investigations; updating SOP’s, managing Ops, logistics, and demonstrating knowledge of government contracts, task orders and experience coordinating personnel functions and any other duties pertinent to supporting the mission.

October 2005- February 2008
Mail Screener (Part-time as needed)
SoBran Inc.
DOD Secret Clearance
Arlington, VA
SoBran was awarded a mail screening contract at the Pentagon in 2005 in which I and several other colleagues took part in obtaining. As a result of winning the contract I was tasked with assisting in the startup, initiating and maintaining a Quality Control system and actual screening of mail for the Pentagon and high ranking officials.

November 2008- April 2010
CBRN Operations Support/Technician (Part-time)
Avaris Concepts LLC subcontractor to Camber Corporation
DOD Secret Clearance
Pentagon-Integrated Emergency Operations Center (IEOC)
Arlington, VA
Hired as a CBRN Ops Support/Tech within Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) CBRNE Directorate within the Pentagon IEOC. Duties include but not limited to providing Emergency Management and Continuous Observations of all chemical, biological, and radiological sensors, maintain Constant Situation Awareness of the Pentagon Reservation and National Capital Region (NCR), sensor array system, investigate any threat information/intelligence, meteorological data including current/forecasted, and ensure mission information and Intel is relayed to proper officials. Additional job duties include program support, SOP’s, training, operational support, calibration and maintenance of Chem./Bio/Rad equipment for CBRNE Directorate/Operations.

October 2005-February 2009
Warehouse Technician (Part-time)
Proctor & Gamble (P&G)
Joppa, MD
Hired to work as a warehouse tech for P&G Cosmetic Distribution Center. Specialized experience includes but not limited to shipping, receiving, product put-away and picking orders while operating a stand up fork lift. Responsibilities include but not limited to following and promoting safe work practices while ensuring the utmost customer satisfaction.

June 2001, Parkville High School, Parkville, Maryland
Present, University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, Maryland
Majoring in Homeland Security

Certifications and Training:
NIMS FEMA Certificates-
IS 100-Intro to Incident Command System
IS 200-Incident Command System for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
IS 230-Fundamentals of Emergency Management
IS 546-Continuity of Operations (COOP) Awareness Course
IS 547-Introduction to Continuity of Operations
IS 700-National Incident Management System
IS 701-NIMS Multiagency Coordination System
IS 775- EOC Management and Operations
IS 800-National Response Framework

Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Tech Certificate
DOD Information Assurance Awareness Certificate