Sample Intelligence Specialist Resume

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Alannah Johnson
2967 Flournoy St, Apt#901
Dallas, TX 75237
(123)-555-1234
[email]

Summary
A professional with a keen eye for detail and has exceptional ability to pinpoint and determine accurate fraud cases; has ensured that work performed is in conformance to existing policies and procedures; has consistently complied to all federal and state applicable banking laws and regulations; has functioned as a driver to prevent, respond to, investigate, resolve, and report claims relating and leading to loss via kite, forgery of signatures and documents, as well as theft; familiar with technology developments in software which could effectively detect fraud; has research ability and can interact effectively with the public.

Professional Experience:
Senior Intelligence SpecialistJanuary 2007 – Present
Department of Defense, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:

  • Collected, recorded, analyzed and disseminates tactical, strategic or technical intelligence information.
  • Segregated and recorded incoming intelligence data according to type of data to facilitate comparison, study and accessibility.

Intelligence SpecialistJune 2004– January 2007
Department of the Army, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:

  • Served as General Military Intelligence Analyst for various disciplines; counter-intelligence, counter-terrorism, technology protection, information operations, etc.
  • Determined capabilities, vulnerabilities & threats from foreign military/ security forces.
  • Responsible for the research/ production in foreign intelligence & security services and threats to programs.
  • Assessed developments, trends and threat implications.
  • Developed estimates/ projections.
  • Stayed informed of foreign intelligence/ security service threat, force protection, technology protection, etc. to conduct valid threat assessments.

Intelligence Analyst, AssociateFebruary 1999 – May 2004
ManTech Mission, Cyber & Technology Solutions Group, Herndon, VA
Responsibilities:

  • Collected, recorded, analyzed and disseminates tactical, strategic or technical intelligence information.
  • Segregated and recorded incoming intelligence data according to type of data to facilitate comparison, study and accessibility.

Intelligence SpecialistJune 2004– January 2007
Department of the Army, Dallas, TX

Education
M.S. in Law Enforcement and Criminology
Stanford University, CA, 1999
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justices
Stanford University, CA, 1997

Skills:

  • Ability to develop and maintain updated, timely and appropriate student programs
  • Excellent in computer skills
  • Excellent in communication and written skills
  • Excellent time management and motivational skills
  • With an analytical mind and a strong desire to pursue knowledge
  • Self-motivated and is able to work with minimal supervision

Associations/ Organizations
Dean’s Lister, Stanford University, Batch 1997
Member, Federal Criminal Investigators Association
Member, Criminal Investigation Task Force

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