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Nebelsiek Chrono Resume V2 5[3]

  1. 1. Joshua J. Nebelsiek, ALEM 310 Bucknell Circle Waldorf, MD 20602 240.419.2319 (h) 703.614.1414 (w) jnebelsiek@gmail.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/jnebelsiekObjective: Obtain a position as an Emergency Manager / Coordinator in the public or privatesector or as teaching faculty in an Emergency Management / Homeland Security program at apublic or private university. Current Top Secret / SCI security Clearance; 5 point VeteransPreference; Alabama Certified Advanced Emergency Manager (ALEM). SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONSTwenty years of successful leadership and management activities; highlighted by seven years ofexperience as an emergency planner, coordinator and subject matter expert for chemical,biological, radiological and nuclear incident response operations and consequence management. EDUCATION• Master of Arts, Emergency and Disaster Management (w/high honors), American Military University (AMU), Charlestown, WV.• Bachelor of Arts, Homeland Security (w/high honors), AMU, Charlestown, WV.• Associate of Arts, Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness (w/honors), AMU, Charlestown, WV. EXPERIENCEContinuity of Operations (COOP) Analyst, Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA),Arlington, VA 2/11-Present• Program manager for Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) COOP test, training and exercise program.• Program manager for Joint Emergency Evacuation Program (JEEP) security plan / program.• Mission Essential Function (MEF) coordinator.• Program manager for Office of Emergency Management Social Media Integration• Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) Subject Matter Expertise (SME) to the directorate for the purposes of plan and program development.• CBRN SME duty officer for federal government continuity site, Raven Rock Mountain Complex.Initial Response Force (IRF) Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) DefenseOfficer / Decontamination Officer in Charge, Indian Head, MD 7/08-2/11• Supervised (135) personnel during CBRN response and management operations.• Conducted vulnerability / risk analysis; provided advice on operational exposure guidance and personal protective equipment (PPE) posture; managed survey / sampling teams, decontamination teams and hazard area entry teams; developed and implemented the incident action plan (IAP).• Actions contributed to success for over (30) full scale exercises to include (3) in live-agent environments and weekly functional exercises; and pre-staged support to the US Secret Service (USSS) for multiple National Special Security Events (NSSE).
  2. 2. • Conducted instruction for (10) to (400) personnel in classroom and field environments in the subject areas of CBRN Response Operations, Decontamination Procedures, organizational values, ethics and career path progression.
  3. 3. Joshua J. Nebelsiek, p. 2 of 2CBRNE Defense Officer / Anti-terrorism Force Protection (ATFP) Officer / Physical SecurityOfficer, Kaneohe, HI 5/05-7/08• Provided subject matter expertise to the commander for all matters pertaining to CBRNE response, physical security and ATFP measures.• Planned, coordinated and supervised CBRNE defensive operations training for the organization.• Conducted vulnerability / risk assessments; developed and implemented physical security / force protection plans and program; and produced applicable annexes to operations plans for organization.• Conducted instruction for (20) to (200) personnel in classroom and field environments in the subject areas of Anti-terrorism Force Protection, and CBRN field operations.Infantry Combat Skills Instructor / Infantry Unit Leader, Jacksonville, NC 1/04-5/05• Routinely conducted instruction for audiences ranging from (90) to (200) entry level personnel in classroom and field environments.• Directly supervised a section of (9) instructor staff in the execution of approved lesson plans and programs ensuring adherence to established standards of performance.• Conducted specialized training in organizational values, ethics and situational vignettes. Coordinated logistics requirements and sustainment during extended field training events for (400) personnel.• Evaluated, reviewed and revised curriculum ensuring reflection of contemporary techniques and procedures. EMPLOYMENT CHRONOLOGYUSMC, Supervisor/Asst. Command Security Manager, Twenty Nine Palms, CA 5/00-12/03USMC, Asst Supervisor/Small Unit Leader, Jacksonville, NC 1/96-5/00USN, Communication Systems Specialist/Shipboard Firefighter, Norfolk, VA 7/91-7/95 QUALIFICATIONS / EDUCATION• Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning Trainer• Installation Emergency Management Planning Course, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO• CBRND Officers’ course; Ft. Leonard Wood, MO• Chemical Biological Incident Response Force (CBIRF) Basic Course and Advanced Course• Nuclear Emergency Team Operations (NETOPs)• ICS 210, 300, 341 Planning Section Chief and 400• Over (80) online Emergency Management Institute courses including IS 100, 200, 700, 800, Professional Development Series• HAZMAT Technician• Joint Program Manager Guardian (JPMG) Program Hazmat Technician• JPMG Program Terrorism Incident Management• Joint Civil-Military Operations (CMO) Course• Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) Course• Marine Corps Formal Schools Instructor Course; Jacksonville, NC• Additional qualifications and training provided on request
  4. 4. AFFILIATIONS• International Association Of Emergency Managers (IAEM), member• Alabama Association of Emergency Managers (AAEM), member• Air Force Emergency Management Association (AFEMA), member

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