Ahmed Nasser Jawad 2016

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Ahmed Nasser Jawad 2701 N Grapevine Mills BLVD # 1918 Grapevine, TX, 76051 ahmed.jawad34@gmail.com Ph0ne: 817-600-4995

Professional Summary: Accomplished and energetic leader with solid history of achievement in the US Military and Academics. With experience to further develop and implement strategies that support business and financial objectives. Motivated bi-lingual team Leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities who is able to build highly motivated teams focused on achieving goals.Skills Advanced level Arabic Language (Reading, Writing, Listening) with SECRET Security Clearance obtained with the DOD (Department of Defense) Advanced level in computer skills (MS Office, Excel, Power point, outlook, Adobe, 65+ wpm) Problem-solving/ Reasoning/ High-level analytical and creativity Research skills focus on teamwork Flexibility/ Adaptability/ Managing Multiple Priorities. Leadership/ Management skills Honesty/ Integrity/ Morality, Adaptability/ flexibility. Dedicated/ Hard-working/ Work Ethic/ TenacityExperience Linguist/ Translator E-6, Staff Sergeant, Squad Leader May 2008Present U.S. Army, TX Army National Guard San Antonio, TX Perform linguistic support (Speaking, Writing, & Reading) Arabic language to English language and vice versa. Assist unit in cultural awareness and familiarization of Arabic language. Prepare nontechnical translations into the target language and perform sight Translation from a target language into English. Negotiate and analyze local contracts and bids for the military Civil Affairs Office. Provide linguistic support at military traffic control points and local media events. Manage and lead squad of 12 Soldiers in the Headquarter Co. 2nd Squad 636th MI BN, San Antonio, TX Follow ethical codes that protect the confidentiality of information. Translate messages simultaneously and consecutively into specified language, written or orally, maintaining message content, context, and style. Proofread, edit, and revise translated materials. Supervise local translators and interpreters as needed.Messenger/ Crew ChiefNov 2011Oct 2016 Garda Cash LogisticsRichardson, TX Preform the daily duties of replenishing, servicing and balancing the ATM machines for major banks such as Chase, Bank of America, & Wells Fargo etc. Repair/replenish approximately 30-40 ATM machines on daily basis. Test machines to determine proper functioning. Plan, direct, and coordinate security activities to safeguard company assets, employees, and company property. Act as preceptor and train new employees on the basics of an ATM technical malfunctions and replenishing. Supervise and manage crew members on daily basisForce Protection Sergeant/ Linguist Team Leader NCOIC, Dec 2014Dec 2015 U.S. Army/ TX Army National Guard Sinai, Egypt In addition to performing duties as a linguist/translator, collected and analyzed publicly available foreign media information for the assigned unit. Monitored open source traditional and social media outlets in a 24/7 operations center. Conducted daily reviews on weather conditions and the effects on mission critics Built and presented 20 cultural/ real-time briefs of national events for the host nation, essential to the unit mission. Conducted daily recon patrols in the area of operation for the atmospherics and internal threats and ensured security of unit. Monitored, noted, reported, and investigated suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual activity in patrol area. Acted as an official escort for the unit. A liaison for all logistics operations between the U.S Army and the Egyptian Authority. Received all incoming Soldiers to and from the Sinai International Airport along with equipment and weapons.

Specialist/ Representative, Mayor Cell Sergeant E-5, Nov 2010Nov 2011 U.S. Army, TX Army National Guard Basra, IRAQ Represented the US Army Civil Affairs office in negotiating contracts to be conducted inside the US military installation of Camp Basra, Iraq. Analyzed and reviewed the bids submitted by the local contractors. Composed a detailed report about each bid submitted by the local contractors. Assisted in recommending the bids that best met all the criteria and terms for the contracts. Managed and led 4 Soldiers in the section. Ensured work performed by contractors met both conditions and quality requirements. Also ensure that the work performed matched purchase orders, submitting discrepancy reports as necessary. Conducted searches to find needed information, using local sources. Clarified issues, identifying underlying concerns, and developed an understanding of Army's respective needs and interestsAccess Control SpecialistJan 2009Dec 2009 U.S. Army, TX Army National Guard Baghdad International AirPort Base, Baghdad, IRAQ Screened backgrounds, analyzed and regulated access to US Military installation at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq (BIAP). Issued badges to access the US Military installation at Baghdad International AirPort (BIAP). Determined the kind of access for each individual and privileges they were entitled to, inside the installation. Screened each individual and defined the purpose of access to the US Military Installation. Gathered personnel records. Conducted background investigations of individuals to ensure security of US Military installation at Baghdad International Airport, Iraq (BIAP) Recorded information, prepared badges, passes, and identification cards, and performed other security-related duties

Local Translator/ Team Leader, May 2003Sep 2007 L-3 Communication Baghdad, IRAQ Conducted oral and written translation between US Army personnel and the local population North West of Baghdad, IRAQ. Provided linguistic support at military traffic control points and local media events. Translated classified meetings between high ranking US Army officers and Iraqi government officials in an effort to obtain safety and better living conditions for the population.

Education Bachelor of Science: Physical Education Oct-2001 University of Baghdad, IRAQ

Arabic Language: Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) Aug -2014 Defense Language Institute Garmisch Germany

Warrior Leader Course (WLC) US ARMY:Mar 2014 US ARMY, Camp Cook, LA

Advanced Individual Training (AIT) US ARMY: Basic Army Training, Aug 2008 US ARMY, Fort Jackson, SC