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Engineer Field Service

Corinth, NY
March 25, 2019

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Christopher N. Ieronimo

*** ***** **.

Gloversville, NY 12078

518-***-**** (Home)


Over the past ten years I have developed a good working knowledge of the Allen-Bradley PLC product base as well as the HMI / Panel View family of products associated with them. A diverse assortment of PLCs as well as Allen-Bradley, Siemens, GE, Baldor motor drives and Honeywell temperature controllers have been included in my responsibilities. I have developed fixes as well as written some small programs and commissioned their associated projects successfully while in these positions. My previous computer experience is allowing me to pick up the Allen-Bradley, Rockwell Automation, and Siemens-TIA Software Applications and Utilities very quickly. I work with RSLogix 5 - 500 – Studio/5000, Panel Builder 32, Factory Talk View Studio, Drive Monitor, Mint Workbench and Drive Executive whenever required. I maintain all of my documentation via a combination of AutoCAD, Word, and Excel documents. I personally own a fully licensed copy of AutoCAD Electrical as well as maintain a current Autodesk subscription.


FEB2015- Present: Keymark Corporation Fonda, NY

Keymark Corp had a need for someone to support their Automation and recruited me to return. I now answer directly to the Facility Director. I am supporting all aspects of automation within the facility.

FEB2014- FEB2015: Ferrell Gas Commercial driver

AUG2013- FEB2014: Avanti Control Systems

Automation Technician: Support the fabrication, commissioning, and documentation of engineered projects. Participate in on-call service activities. (This was a newly formed company which tried to grow too fast.)

FEB2012- FEB2017: Student / part time driver A.A.S. Automation Engineering & Robotic Technologies 3.89 GPA

OCT2011- FEB2012: FAGE Dairy Johnstown, NY

Second shift Maintenance supervisor.

24NOV09 – OCT2011: Beechnut Nutrition Amsterdam, NY

Instrumentation and Controls Technician – Second shift Technical Lead. Supervising Maintenance electricians and providing production support for their newly constructed Control Logix and Factory Talk environment at their New Amsterdam Facility. I worked with the day shift on commissioning several production lines until familiar enough with the equipment to support nights.

17DEC07 – 21NOV09: Keymark Corporation Fonda, NY

Automation Programmer – Originally hired as an assistant to the lead Automation Engineer on site. Since his resignation I have been tasked with assuming 90% of his responsibilities. With little to no training I have stabilized the environment and performed a complete audit of the facilities operational programs creating a current and reliable database. I received outstanding reviews throughout my employment here.

29Jun07 – 17Dec07: Swift Transportation – Local Driver (No Accidents – No Fines)

01Dec06 - 28Jun07: H.O. Wolding - OTR driver. (No Accidents – No Fines)

March05 – Present: Mountaintop Landscaping – Owner / Operator Mack C25 single axle dump and Case 580-C Backhoe.

Oct 2000 – Jun 2006: EMC Corporation 187 Wolf Rd. Suite# 202 Albany, NY 12205

Customer Engineer / Field Service - EMC Corporation (EMC) develops and delivers open and flexible information infrastructures, and offers a range of systems, software, services and solutions that helps individuals and organizations store, manage, protect, secure, move and share information to collaborate, solve problems, save money, exploit new opportunities, comply with regulations and policies and improve operational results. The Company provides a specialized virtual infrastructure, resource management Software, and Hardware. This helps organizations alter their computing and storage environments with flexible virtualization technologies.

100% Accountable for all Hardware support and Software needs of these “Integrated Cached Disk Arrays” and their supporting SAN infrastructures belonging to the customers assigned to me. Primarily all hardware requirements from Initial power up to upgrades and repairs. I would schedule and coordinate higher-level Host/Mainframe Software Support as needed.

Participated in rotating after hours on-call Maintenance/Repair schedule.

1985 – 2000 Storage Technologies Inc. (STK) / Network Systems Corporation (NSC)

Customer Engineer / Field Service Ft. Lauderdale, FL - Albany, NY

Since my resignation, STK has been purchased by Sun Microsystems. The contact and address information I once had is now obsolete.

In 1985 I left Four Phase Systems to work for Network Systems Corporation (NSC) in Ft. Lauderdale, FLA. as Local Field Support for their Proprietary Ultra High Speed Networking solutions. (Mainframe channel extension and their LAN product) Although I was initially working with a mentor, I soon became the only person supporting the Southern FL area. This included the entire Broward County (Ft. Lauderdale) Municipal Area Network with over 3000 user nodes. Within 2 years the National Technical Support team recruited me. This required that I hire and train two people to fill my position. I held my new National Support roll until relocating back to New England in 1989 to support a one man Prime Site contract for GE Plastics in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. When GE plastics consolidated their Data Center to a facility in the south I assumed sole primary support for the Albany, NY Capitol District area. In 1995 Storage Technologies (STK) purchased Network Systems. I was one of the few NSC people STK was willing to cross-train on their family of Magnetic Tape based Robotic Silos and Disk based high capacity data storage solutions.

1979 – 1985 Computer Optics / Four Phase Systems / Motorola Information Systems Group

Bench Technician - Customer Engineer / Field Service Danbury, Ct – Miami, FL

Computer Optics: A-Level Bench Tech trouble-shooting IBM Mainframe plug-compatible display controllers to a component level until their filing for Chapter-11. I was immediately re-employed by General Data Comm. as a Test Engineering Assistant maintaining the test equipment in their production and repair departments. Once allowed to reopen, Computer Optics brought me back to lead their Systems Test department where I trained and managed 6 new technicians. Four-Phase Systems eventually purchased computer Optics. This allowed me to transfer with Four-Phase Systems to the Miami, FL office where I was cross-trained on their product line of Mid-range Data Systems. (This was the beginning of my field service career.) I soon became team leader for the most efficient group of Customer Engineers at that location. We were typically rotated through trouble accounts to resolve chronic issues.

1978- 1979 Consolidated Controls

Bench Technician Danbury, Ct

Once discharged from the U.S.A.F. as a Computer System Specialist I began my civilian career with my first job as a bench tech in Danbury, Ct. Here I calibrated Strain Gauge pressure transducers for the Space Shuttle project.

Software Knowledge:

Although I have been a career Hardware Engineer, I am familiar with and can navigate through most common operating systems. DOS, Microsoft, Unix / Linux & SUSE

I adapt to different GUI applications and Software environments very quickly.


2019 (Scheduled) Allen Bradley CCP300 29APR – 3MAY

2018 Allen Bradley CCP299 26NOV – 30NOV

2017 A.A.S. Automation Engineering Technologies / 3.89 GPA-Summa Cum Laude / PHI-THETA-KAPPA

2006 National Tractor Trailer Training School in Liverpool, NY. CDL-A with all endorsements.

Final Average= 97.78 (13NOV06 - Class Champion - 10 wk 320 hr course)

1975 – 2006 Countless Military and Employer related training classes and seminars.

1972 – 1975 W. F. Kaynor Regional Vocational State Technical H.S. Waterbury, CT.

Major = Electronics


1985 - 2000 Level “Q” Cleared D.O.E., Network Systems Corp. and Storage Technologies Albany,

New York. (For the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, Clearance# = L SC-76962) As well as for other Military and nuclear sights in the south.

1994 - 2000 Top Secret D.O.D. clearance with the National Guard Headquarters in NY.

(As a Guardsman in their IT departments.)


1997 – 2000 U.S. Air National Guard - Honorable Discharge. AFSC = 2E253

1994 – 1997 U.S. Army National Guard - Honorable Discharge. MOS = 74B

1975 – 1978 U.S.A.F. – Active Duty - Honorable Discharge. AFSC = 30554

References: Will be furnished upon request.

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