Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance (Granted January 2010)
An outstanding and valued team member with extensive experience in supervising, installing, operating, and maintaining multichannel line-of-site and tropospheric scatter communications systems, communications security (COMSEC) devices, and associated devices. Dedicated and reliable team contributor that possesses effective communication skills and technical skills that are primed to be a part of a growing corporate environment.
Technical Work Experience
Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator and Maintainer
United States Army, Fort Gordon, GA
January 2010 - January 2014
Installed, operated, and performed maintenance on multichannel line-of-site communications systems, antennas and associated equipment. Analyzed BIT/BITE diagnostics to isolate faults to the Line Replaceable Unit. Installed, operated, performed strapping, restrapping, preventive maintenance services, and unit level maintenance on communication security devices. Installed, operated, and performed maintenance on Satellite Transportable Terminal (STT) systems. Provided direct support in the deployment, configuration, and operational use of secure voice, video and data communications necessary to perform a variety of military tactical operations.
Warehouse Logistics Employee
Harris Corporation, Chantilly, VA
August 2009 – December 2009
Provided reliable and dependable logistic services to civilian, government and military personnel. Processed large shipments on a daily basis. Inventoried warehouse and provided warehouse leader with statistic numbers weekly. Organized and filled all paperwork and shipping documents for all outgoing and incoming shipments. This was a temporary position in transition with the U.S. Army.
Additional Army Technical Training Courses Completed
Control Fundamentals and Security Threats / Network Protocols, Attacks, and Defenses / Network and System Security Mechanisms / Authentication, Biometrics, and Security Controls / Cryptography and Public Key Infrastructures
Windows7 - Install, Upgrade and Migrate / Configuration / Configuring Hardware and Applications / Configuring Network Connectivity / Configuring Mobile Computing / Monitoring, Backing up, and Restoration
Cisco ICND1 1.1 - Network Fundamentals
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Network Communications and connections
Cisco ICND1 1.1 - Switched LANs
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Optimizing and Troubleshooting Switch Security
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Wireless LANs
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Routing and Addressing
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Packet Delivery, Security
Cisco ICND1 1.1 - WAN Technologies and Routing
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - WAN Encapsulation and Dynamics
Cisco ICND1 1.0 - Network Environment Management
Cisco ICND2 1.0 - Small and Medium Network Implement
Cisco ICND2 1.0 - Improving Switched Network and VLAN
Cisco ICND2 1.0 - Routing Fundamentals, Subnetting
Cisco ICND2 1.0 - Single-Area OSPF Implementation
Cisco ICND2 1.1 - EIGRP Implementation
Cisco ICND2 1.1 - Access Control Lists
Cisco ICND2 1.1 - Address Space Management
Cisco ICND2 1.1 - Transitioning to IPV2
Cisco ICND2 1.0 - VPN and Point-to-point WAN Connections
Cisco ICND2 1.1 - Extending the LAN to a WAN
Advanced technical training, Army 25Q Multichannel Transmission Systems Course – 2010
US Army Warrior Leadership Course – 2012
Northern Virginia Community College Annandale, VA - 2014
Aiken Technical College Aiken, SC - Tower Installation I
· Practice the fundamental elements of wireless technology relevant to tower installation including wireless networks, applications, services, and a basic technical overview of spectrum principles.
· Practice the basic principles of electricity, safety standards, and basic line worker tools.
· Practice the basics of overhead power line construction including safe work habits, protective equipment and tower climbing techniques.
· Practice the fundamental aspects of fall protection and rescue theory and practical applications to tower safety practices for a competent worker, including fall hazards, applicable fall protection regulations, understand, use, and assess full body harnesses, energy absorbing lanyards, self-retracting lifelines, vertical lifeline and fall arrestor systems, ladder climbing systems, work-positioning lanyards, and anchorage selection.
· Practice the fundamentals of cable accessories and carrier installation standards for a broad cross section of wireless construction, including, communication cables, weather proofing, handling and support and grounding the components of cell systems and installation quality guidelines of areas of construction that have the highest frequency of defects.
Tower Climbing Certification and Experience
First Aid / CPR
OSHA 10 HR. Construction
Crane/Hand Signals – ANSI Standard
Fall Prevention and Protection
Trained to the National Association of Tower Erectors Climber Training Standard
Trained and performed harness inspection – PFAS
Safety climb sleeve inspection and use
Climbed 155’ on safety climb. Climbed 60’ up on 30’ wide tower face. Crossed 20’ face and climbed down 60’ adjacent face. Climbed 70’ on ladder 100% without safety climb using SAL.
Army Commendation Medal
2 Army Achievement Medals
Army Good Conduct Medal
Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon
NATO ISAF Medal
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