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Information Technology Specialist / Network Administrator
• Mediation and problem solving skills. Works well as a team member or independently.
• Competent using software including: Windows, Word, PowerPoint, E-mail, and the Internet.
• Certified in HTML
• Trained from military as 25B (Information Technology Specialist)
• Experienced with Active Directory and Windows Server 2003
• Experienced with PHP/MYSQL as well as C
• Successfully manage sensitive project data relied on to ensure safety, security, and transfer of current, accurate information where human lives are at stake.
• Ensured readability, presentation, and reusability of code with clear, concise comments.
• Received numerous customer commendations and awards.
• Analyzed frequent problems and consulted with Training Coordinator to design and offer training sessions in order to address the problems.
• Built, maintained, and repaired computer systems to improve speed, reliability, and efficiency of operation.
• Designed and implemented database to track network equipment, computers, servers, and software.
• Developed and implemented desktop computing and networking standards and procedures to simplify network environment and troubleshooting.
• Assigned user accounts and granted permissions to shared resources. Assured senior management of data protection by demonstrating permission settings.
• Conducted security analysis to identify and address weaknesses.
• Installed, operated, and performed unit maintenance on multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems and peripheral equipment and auxiliary devices.
• Transfered data between information processing equipment and systems.
• Troubleshot automation equipment and systems to the degree required for isolation of malfunctions to specific hardware or software.
• Wrote, analyzed, edited, tested, and modified computer programs. Drafts program operation manuals and technical program requirements
US Army, Korea 2008 to 2009
As the LAN Manager in Korea I maintained over 380 computers, and 280 network email accounts.
As such I ensured security of the systems in my domain, Maintained data backups, and properly observed data flow throughout the network,
I was also responsible for restoring operations after a crash and gathering data to identify user needed to continue operations.
My main objective was troubleshooting computers anything from excel to hardware issues.
During my tenure in Korea I wrote three applications for use in the 2-9 INF Battalion
The first was a program to scan YouTube for anything related to the 2-9 INF battalion.
And send a report to the commanding officer.
The second was a program to make processing solider data easier.
And the third was a trouble ticket program made in PHP/MYSQL
US Army, FORT DRUM NY
2009 to 2010
Information System Support Technician
Served as the coordinating element between the maintenance elements and customer units. Developed and maintains a production control system. Supervised quality control and implementation of shop policies to include overall utilization of available personnel skills to accomplish the assigned maintenance support mission. Provided technical advice on operating systems, networking, communications, command and control, and new systems. Performs as the CSSAMO NCOIC in his/her absence.
US ARMY TRAINING CENTER , FT JACKSON, SC 2008
Completing of the course, I am able to demonstrate the skills to perform as a military soldier in a combat environment including tactical navigation, landmine defense, and military communications and weapons skills. Practical exercises, discussion, and lecture. Topics were included basic tactical training; drill and ceremonies; first aid; guard duty; land navigation; landmine defense; military communications; moving under direct fire; nuclear, biological, and chemical defense; physical and mental health; rifle bayonet training; rifle marksmanship; situational training; soldierization; tactics; and us weapons training.
Information Systems Operator-Analyst , SIGNAL SCHOOL at FT GORDON, GA 2008
Completing the course, I am able to maintain, troubleshoot , and repair networked personal computers, operating system software, Windows XP and Microsoft 2003 server; setup an exchange server and Microsoft outlook; install and manage local area networks; install and maintain virus software; understand networking topologies; understand internetworking concepts, access lists, direction structures and account management; Unix/Solaris installation; providing network security and protecting systems from worms and viruses; and understand several military-specific digital communications systems. P
Topics of the course included a+ and n+ hardware and software; problem determination and repair of pc's and networks; transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP); routers and switches; Windows XP and 2003 server, exchange and outlook; Unix/Solaris system administration; configuring Cisco routers and switches; firewalls and border security; tactical radio communications system set-up; and maneuver control system workstation mapping overlay.
• Advanced Networking
• Software Engineering
• Visual Basic 6
• Application Development
• Technical Specifications
• End-User Training
• Desktop support and network
• Database Systems
• Computer/Network Security
• Network Administration
• Windows Server 2003 and Active Directory
• Desktop support and network
• Routers and Switches
HTML 4.01 Test, Expert Rating.com, 2005
Computer Skills Test, ExpertRating.com, 2005
DOS Test, Expert Rating .com, 2005
Information Assurance Security Officer IASO, US Army, 2009
Army Achievement Medal, US Army, Korea, 2009. Medal for Exceptional Service
US Army, Fort Drum NY 2008 to 2010
Validated Military Training
ADVANCED INTERNET CONCEPTS
C== PROGRAMMING: MANIPULATING OBJECTS
IP ADDRESSING AND ROUTING
INTERNET SITE DEVELOPMENT
C++ : CLASSES & DATA ABSTRACTION
C++ PROGRAMMING: STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING
OSI LAYER 3FAULT
TOLERANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING NETWORKS
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNETWORKING
OSI LOWER LAYERS
OPERATING SYSTEMS AND TCP/IP
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORKING
GUI DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS
PRINCIPLES OF OOP: I
PRINCIPLES OF OOP: II
NETWORK SECURITY ISSUES
OPERATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL SECURITY
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: TEXT PROCESSING
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: DATA REPRESENTATION
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: FUNCTIONS
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: FLOW CONTROL
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: PROCESSING RECORDS
ANSI C PROGRAMMING: INTRODUCING C
USFK THEATER SPECIFIC REQUIRED TRAINING
DIAGNOSING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
SNMP, MIBS, AND RMON
INTRODUCING VOICE OVER IP
BUILDING AND SECURING VOIP NETWORKS