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Maintenance Support

Warrenton, Virginia, United States
February 26, 2018

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Warrenton, VA 20187

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Cell: 540-***-****

Home: 540-***-****

Work Experience

(08/17 – 02/18) By Light, Cable installation Technician, Responsible for distribution, dressage and termination of CAT 5E/CAT 6 UTP in support of DSCA, BLM and VA. Installed, labeled and terminated patch panels. Installed RTLS (Real Time Location System) equipment throughout VA hospitals in Fayetteville, AR and Pensacola FL. Installed equipment racks, shot hanger wire for J Hook support, installed Column Box 110 Termination blocks, and installed CAT 6 UTP in support of 166 dual user locations in support of DSCA, Arlington, VA. Traveled to Elko and Winnemucca, Nevada to install patch panels, CAT 5E and J Hooks, Wireless Access Points (WIFI/36 Total) in support of the Bureau of Land Management.

(05/17 – 06/17) Direct Line, Technician 4, Low voltage cable technician. Ran, dressed and connected MTO/MTP 24 strand SM fiber Fiberoptic cables, dressed CAT 6 UTP and installed equipment/cable tray as needed.

(12/00 – 04/14) CACI Telecommunications Analyst, Integration, installation and maintenance of IDNX/Promina equipment to include associated OEM equipment. Responsible for Echo Cancellation upgrade at multiple European DISA DCO locations. Performed multiple installation functions for commercial, FAA, DOD and NATO customers at CONUS and OCONUS locations.

(05/96 - 11/00) Senior Integrator Duties identical to those above.

(07/93 - 05/96) CSC Technical Specialist, Installation/integration of IDNX, NOVEL LANS, BBN concentrators and associated OEM equipment. Reviewed telecommunications installation packages for accuracy and Bill Of Materials (BOM) buildout. Conducted site surveys to determine rack/equipment placement, power (AC&DC)requirements and signal distribution/termination requirements.

(02/71 - 12/92) U.S. Army, 7th Signal Command, Project Officer

Coordinated the dispatch of maintenance activities to DCS facilities. Responsible for maintenance award program. Reviewed statements of work for DOD maintenance contracts during the selection process. U.S. (Army, USAISEC Europe, Quality Assurance) Inspected new/modified secure data and secure voice communications facilities to ensure TEMPEST (RED/BLACK) and basic installation requirements were met. Attended the Contracting Officers Representative course.(USACEI Bn, Ft. Huachuca, AZ, Installation Team Leader) Performed multiple secure data and secure voice installations worldwide. Worked as Platoon Sergeant responsible for fifty personnel on missions globally. (169TH Sig Co, Taegu, Korea, Fixed Cryptographic Equipment Repair) Performed system/equipment fault isolation and repair within the SECORD, WWMCCS, and TCC facilities. (U.S. Army, Multiple Locations, Tactical Communications Operations Support) Radio Teletype and Field Telephone Wireman. Performed in a strictly operations capacity during this period.

Areas of Expertise:

Telecommunications Systems Installation/Integration Team Leader

COMSEC Equipment Maintenance.

Total Years of Work Experience



High School/Equivalent

Frankfurt American Dependents High School


Education Notes

Two + years college, Central TX College, 1990

IDNX Operations/Maintenance, Promina Operations/Maintenance, Prime Switch 100 Operations, Prime Voice Installation/Configuration, Cell Express Installation/Configuration, Fireberd 6000 Operation/Testing, Fundamentals of Internetworking, Advanced Promina Maintenance. Recent OSHA 10 certification.


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Cover Letter Follows:


Franklin D. Pierce

8754 Meetze Road

Warrenton, VA 20187

Home: 540-***-****

Cell: 540-***-****

Dear Sir or Mam,

I am currently seeking full time employment in telecommunications installation and integration.

Have experience with shielded/unshielded twisted pair (Belden and Standard), RG58/RG59/RG6, SM/MM Fiber with SC/LC/ST UNICAM Quick Set Connectors, plastic fiber innerduct, Square “D” and anodized metal duct (2” to 6”), Newton and mesh cable ladder, conduit ( ” to 1”) EMT and Liquitite Flex, Metal and plastic wiremold distribution raceway, unistrut, grounding (Cabinet and Shielded Cable) and cable distribution in a TEMPEST environment to ensure Red/Black separation in classified facilities.

Experienced with the process of cabinet/rack installation, equipment prestaging in cabinets for testing, cable staging/dressage and shipment. Also packed/crated cabinets fully staged in crates for shipment.

Test equipment that I am familiar with are, Oscilloscope, multimeter, Fireberd 6000, light source and and levels measurement devices, circuit verifier test set, tone generator, breakout box (RJ11, RJ45, DB25, DB15, DB9 and COAX), etc.

Worked with multiple installation tools, i.e., punch downs (66/110/Krone), rotary Hammers (for expansion anchors, floor and wall drills), drills (cordless and standard), wire wrap (manual/electric), powder actuated anchoring tool (redhead) and all the standard issue installation tools.

Ran and terminated AC power (110 single phase and 220 two phase), and DC -48 VDC in DOD communications facilities.

Worked independently and as member of installation team to include lead status. Received training at the U.S. Army Communication-Electronics Installers Course at Ft. Huachuca, AZ. Training was based on the AT&T/Bell standards.

Conducted site surveys, reviewed installation packages, determined IBOM requirements and red lined installation drawings (D2, etc.).

As a 22 year military veteran, I’ve been exposed to adverse situations requiring a little forethought. I’m looking forward to an opportunity to be engaged in the business of building and maintaining. I’m sure that I can add quality to the work environment.

Availability is not a problem. I am willing to put in the time and also travel either CONUS or OCONUS to perform missions. Unfortunately, I can not relocate at this time.

Feel free to contact me at any time at the above means. Thanks, in advance for your consideration.


Frank Pierce

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