RYAN C. HOLLERAN
Madison, WI 53713
QUALITIES: Demonstrates acceptance of responsibility, autodidactic personality, shows pride in work per- formed, exhibits dependability, strong analytical aptitude, desire to learn in creative ways. REFERENCES: Available upon Request.
EDUCATION: University of Wisconsin Stout
Menomonie, WI 54751
Senior: Graduating May 2016
President of IEEE Stout Student Branch for 2014 - 2015
Chancellor’s Award Recipient
ARM Cortex M0+, Cortex M4, Altera Cyclone IV, Xilinx Spartan 6, Atmel AVR 8-bit Project Languages:
C, C++, Java, Assembly, Python, VBScript, Tcl, MatLab, Verilog, SIMPL, Batch, Bash Academic Courses of Interest:
CS I & II, Data Structures, Computer Architecture, Systems Programming, Embedded Systems, Digital Logic, Digital System Design, Microprocessor System Design B.S. Computer Engineering
Minor Computer Science
EXPERIENCE: Event Technology Crew
Memorial Student Center
Positions: Tech I, Tech II, Event Technician, Inventory Manager, Inventory Coordinator
Lead team members to successfully set-up, troubleshoot, and operate facility equipment.
Guide team members to troubleshoot equipment issues.
Meet and interact with clients to exceed their expectations with provided services.
Implement new ways to organize and track all current equipment.
Coordinate updating and fixing of current inventory so it is always in perfect working order.
Research and plan current and future purchasing to improve our offered services.
Audio Engineer and/or lighting designer for concerts, comedians, meetings, etc.
Redesign and update backend programming of Crestron and BiAmp building automation. HGST, A Western Digital Company
Position: Systems Integration Test Lab Co-Op
Recreate, log, and root cause customer inquiries of faulty HDDs/SSDs.
Lead, plan, and develop automation of HDD/SSD RAID and HBA compatibility testing.
Strategize and prioritize work flow balancing different deadlines within different projects.
Develop scripts to automate daily tasks.
UW-Stout Dining Services
Memorial Student Center
Positions: Food Service Worker, Student Manager
Lead a team to ensure our work meets/exceeds customer expectations.
Ensure employees always have an opportunity to learn/develop new skill sets.
Work alongside team members to trouble-shoot and solve issues with equipment.
Outline goals for employees to ensure communication of individual responsibilities.
Implement innovative ideas to improve customer satisfaction and team efficiency. June 2014 - Present
April 2012 - December 2014
June 2015 - December 2015