Murrieta, CA *****
OBJECTIVE: A position in technical operations, program management or instruction
U. S. Government Secret clearance.
Recently Recertified CompTIA Security+ CE and CompTIA A+ CE
6 years teaching CompTIA A+ and CISCO CCNA.
7 months teaching Information Systems at an adult vocational school
10 years multiple program (acquisition/budget/logistic/installation) analyst.
10+ years of document creation, editing and presenting to senior personnel.
Well versed in MS Office suite of products, Windows 7 and Windows 10.
Assist in the administration of a worldwide network to include working with Server 2012 R2, active directory, accounts, some server maintenance, VMware to include vCenter Server, ESXi servers, upgrading them from 5.5 to 6.0, setting up vCenter web client, some troubleshooting of connectivity and server alarms, and Microsoft and VMware upgrades.
Completed ACAS and HBSS 201/301 training and beginning to work HBSS.
Desktop technician for the Navy’s NMCI NGEN network and VM Ware technician monitoring virtual networks/upgrading/maintenance of worldwide network.
Diagnosing connectivity issues to network or local seat problems and then correcting them to restore connectivity.
Teach Computer Systems Technician course at Westech College which includes A+, Security+, MS Server 2012r2, and Intro to Cisco Systems.
Taught CompTIA A+ and CISCO CCNA courses at Marine Corps Communications Electronics School…approx. 30 students times 5-6 classes per year.
Taught junior Radiomen how to operate and maintain the Trident Submarine Integrated Radio Room. Judged by a Senior Inspecting Officer to have the “best trained Radio Shack in the Pacific Submarine Fleet.”
Managed progression of plans, drawings, authorization letters, budgets, materials, install teams, etc, through NAVSEA, Naval Ship Yards, & Type Commanders to ensure correct C4I equipment suites installed in timely fashion for the SPAWAR Logistics and Installs Submarine Program Manager.
Organized and conducted Working groups, arranged catering, prepared rooms, VTCs, TELCONs, etc. to ensure dissemination of critical information.
Drafted messages, wrote and tracked minutes/action items, generated and maintained planning documents, prepared senior executive level presentations.
Radioman Senior Chief (Submarines) (Jack-of-all-Trades)
Decorated for saving the Navy several millions of dollars annually by reducing overseas assignments screening deficiencies by 47%. Researched and rewrote all pertinent documentation.
Highly successful instructor – my Radio Division’s performance on my last sub was directly responsible for having the ship’s grade raised from “Average” to “Above Average” in 3 out of 4 major annual inspections by the Submarine Fleet Commander.
Innovative Inventor – developed a means to defeat a catastrophic power failure in the TRIDENT submarine’s Integrated Radio Room – later adopted by all ships in the class.
Communications electronics operations, maintenance, world-wide system analysis – my gear was on line and always ready to support the Command’s mission and objectives.
Marine Corps networks Cyber Security Ops Oct18-Apr19
Naval Base Ventura County Network Tech & Sys Admin Jul16-Oct18
Westech College Teacher Nov15-Jul16
Marine Corps Communications Teacher Sep09-Oct15
Space and Naval Warefare Program Analyst Jun98-Oct06
U. S. Navy (Submarines) RMCS(SS) Jun78-Jun98
Bachelor of Science in Sociology Regents College, Albany, NY - 1997
United States Navy Submarine Force Cumulative of 4.5 years advanced
Electronics and equipment Maintenance and Logistics