I know we all receive "cold call" letters from people looking for jobs. I do not know what kind of employment agencies advise people to send these to a CEO, in that the letters are usually not in response to open positions and generally are not attuned to the needs of the organization. And we all have websites now that list open jobs and encourage people to apply using that vehicle, which, by the way, is a major source of recruitments. But you can't fault people for trying in their own way.
But, every now and then, one comes in that is worthy of note. This one came by email today, with no personalized salutation. Something tells me that a person seeking a job in the security field is using the wrong medium if he is seeking a job through broadcast emails!
As a Director of Security Operations, I led investigative teams, uncovering fraud and real and potential threats to personnel and assets. Also, I designed and conducted training courses increasing security awareness.
My strengths include emergency planning and response, loss prevention, counter-terrorism, and I am knowledgeable of on-going issues relating to enforcement of ITAR regulations. I exposed internal corruption for one of my employers saving $300M and secured an at-risk facility in Honduras. For another employer, I identified $4M in inventory losses and implemented a preventive program.
I have posted a short version of my resume and welcome your response.