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Management Engineer

Oswegatchie, New York, 13670, United States
January 25, 2017

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David P. Northrup Jr.

*** **** ******** **** *********** NY, 13670

Phone: 315-***-****


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OBJECTIVE: Provide executive level management and support engineering for a large voice, video, and data infrastructure utilizing over 14 years of direct experience and a diverse IT knowledge-base. CURRENTLY HELD CERTIFICATIONS and FORMAL TRAINING:

- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology – Colorado State University

- Ericsson Enterprise Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Switching

- Ericsson Advanced ATM Signaling

- Cisco CCNP SWITCH Certified

- Cisco CCNA Certified

- CompTIA Security+ Certified

- CompTIA Network+ Certified

- DoD TOP SECRET security clearance (last active Sep 2012)

- DoD SECRET security clearance (last active Dec 2013) EXPERIENCE:

Chief Information Officer, Clifton-Fine Healthcare Corporation Clifton-Fine Hospital - Star Lake, New York (April 2016 – Present) Responsible for the planning, development, implementation, and oversight of enterprise information system (IS) initiatives--Developing and directing Clifton-Fine Hospital’s (CFHs) overall IT strategy.

-Working closely with senior management and medical staff to develop info system policy and procedures.

-Providing vision and leadership in all aspects of IT management and operations.

-Approving all major system hardware and software purchasing decisions, as well as directly responsible for capital expense (CAPEX) and operating expense (OPEX) budgets.

-Manage all CFH IS processes including: system applications, training, systems maintenance and recovery, back-up/disaster recovery, security, new system implementations and interfaces.

-Responsible for ensuring CFH IS security posture is adequate to comply with regulatory requirements, mitigate risk from external threats, and safeguard protected health information.

-Worked closely with accountable care organization (ACO), affiliates, and partner providers to integrate with regional health information organization (RHIO), and health information exchange (HIE). Director of Information Systems, Clifton-Fine Healthcare Corporation Clifton-Fine Hospital - Star Lake, New York (March 2015 – April 2016) Charged with overseeing every aspect of the design and function of CFHs voice, video, and data infrastructure. Also responsible for the management and maintenance of the Hospital’s electronic medical record (EMR) system participating in EMR system integration efforts and/or organizational initiatives to continually improve the quality of care. -Responsible for ensuring all networked workstations and medical devices integrated with the EMR in a meaningful manner, and implemented technical solutions in accordance with IT industry standard engineering methodologies in order to provide seamless migration to new systems. -Provided vision and leadership in all aspects of IT management and operations developed technical drawings, documentation, project plans, business cases, and explained technical solutions to senior management through executive summaries. -Managed all technical areas such as; systems administration, server virtualization (hyper-V), LAN/WAN architecture, Active Directory domain services, Exchange email, MS SQL databases, DNS, DHCP, print servers, Windows update services (WSUS), anti- virus, file storage, health level 7 (HL7) interfaces, and hardware/software support. -Managed enterprise- wide security policies and methodologies developed, implemented, and monitored long-term information security strategy, ensured CFH met all mandated security standards, and coordinated work with all staff, vendors, contractors and consultants to maintain and enhance overall architecture security posture. - Designed, configured, and deployed all new IS architecture including; wired (10Gbps) and wireless

(802.11ac) infrastructure, virtualized server architecture, DMZ (including firewall with VPN), and PIIC iX telemetry system. -Managed helpdesk, technicians, and prioritized trouble calls. EXPERIENCE (Cont.):

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Telecommunications Analyst, DANC Development Authority of the North Country NY State Office Building, Watertown New York (December 2013 – March 2015) Provided day to day management and maintenance of Upstate NY’s Open Access Telecom Network

(OATN) including new network builds, installations, as well as performance and fault monitoring of the entire system via SolarWinds Orion, & Paessler PRTG. - Implemented Network Management Suites (NMS) to collect statistics and provide fault alerting for the entire OATN. -Installed and maintained various MPLS Ethernet Virtual Circuit (EVC) equipment, enhancing the data transport capabilities of the region’s critical infrastructure utilized for regional cellular backhaul, hospitals, schools, and various sized businesses. - Provided 24x7x365 hands on Tier I to IV technical support for both customer and network troubles primary on-call contact for out-of-hours customer trouble calls. -Configured, installed, and maintained Cisco ASA firewalls providing internet connectivity, boundary protection, VPN access, and LAN-2-LAN tunnels for multiple North Country area hospitals. -Configured and maintained a myriad of Cisco IP/Ethernet equipment 7600 series routers, ME3400 series L3/L2 switches, ASR 901 routers, ASR 1000 series routers, etc.

Sr. Systems Analyst, GD-IT General Dynamics – Information Technology XVIII Airborne Corps - 10th Mountain Division Mission Training Complex, Fort Drum New York

(September 2012 – December 2013)

Developed ‘end-to-end’ IT engineering solutions facilitating Army modeling and simulation training events.

- Responsible for the entire MTC infrastructure; Routing, Layer two switching, ASA Firewalls, VoIP phones, Call Manager, Antivirus, intrusion detection and network monitoring, as well as server and workstation configuration and maintenance. - Managed data center architecture; file systems, active directory domain services, as well as government proprietary and commercially available software applications, hosted on both UNIX and Windows hardware and virtual machines (VMware). - Designed demarcation zone (DMZ), serving as enclave security boundary between local training LAN and WAN transport. - Responsible for dynamic routing protocols (EIGRP, BGP, OSPF); ensured advertisement of local subnets across enterprise.

- Conducted troubleshooting and traffic analysis with tools such as Wireshark, Network Monitor, and other protocol analyzers. - Installed and integrated SolarWinds Orion Network Management Suite utilizing SNMPv3 with encryption. - Configured AAA methods for all Cisco networking devices utilizing Active Directory integrated RADIUS services (NPS).

Sr. Network Engineer, GD-AIS General Dynamics – Advanced Information Systems 480th Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Wing, Joint Base Langley-Eustis Virginia

(September 2011 – September 2012)

Lead Engineer and Project Manager for specialized Air Force IP multicast full motion video (FMV) network architecture. - Designed secure information system (IS) architectures to allow multiple world-wide sites to utilize multicast FMV capability. - Provided Government customers with LOM, cost estimates, and logical network configuration diagrams depicting solution(s). - Implemented and configured necessary equipment for ingestion and dissemination of FMV via IP multicast feed. - Conducted final video quality-checks, ensured usable video was delivered from aircraft to collection suites abroad. - Integrated Voice and Video traffic into existing data channels leveraging QoS DSCP prioritization configurations. - Maintained intelligence information systems (IIS) day to day from Network Operations Center (NOC) Tier-IV support.

- Configured AAA methods for all Cisco networking devices utilizing a Cisco ACS 1120 TACACS 4.2 appliance. - Trained, supervised, prioritized, and empowered lower level IT technicians and maintainers. - Designed '10 year plan' infrastructure upgrade for intelligence headquarters facility based on Government's requirements. Provided customer with required communications closet environmental variables; Power, space, and cooling. - Aided customer in developing local IA Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) IAW DISA Circulars, DISA STIGs, and AFIs. - Assisted Government with general labor contract negotiations, and budget management of IT department funds. - Directed contract laborers during infrastructure upgrade.



Network Engineer III, SAIC Science Applications International Corporation 27th Intelligence Squadron, Joint Base Langley-Eustis Virginia (September 2007 – September 2011) Engineered, designed, installed, and maintained secure voice, video, and data transmission network solutions. - Managed all engineering aspects of the local, and global wide area network used for the processing, exploitation and dissemination (PED) of intelligence data received from a variety of sources, including U-2, RQ-4, MQ-1 and MQ-9. - Maintained heterogeneous network consisting of Ericsson ATM Switches, Broadmore cell multiplexers, Cisco IP routers. - Installed, configured, and utilized multiple Network Management Suites; CiscoWorks, HP Open View, Solar Winds Orion. - Responsible for TACLANE and FASTLANE encryptor configuration and keying; as well as all COMSEC material handling. - Maintained controlled access to classified networks via MAC address based port security configuration. - Lead engineer for 480th Intel Wing Configuration Control Board (CCB) responsible for requirements validation and feasibility. - Verified configuration changes to the classified enclaves were implemented per CCB guidance with Retina eEye IA vulnerability scanner. - Installed, configured, and maintained Windows PCs, servers, domain resources; as well as UNIX based systems. - Expert in Cisco IOS; Designed, planned, and implemented backbone core upgrade from a legacy ATM infrastructure to a robust 10Gbps architecture which utilized a Cisco based 'collapsed-core' design combining the network’s core and distribution layers into one Virtual-Switching System (VSS) consisting of six Cisco 6509 layer 3 (L3) switch chassis configured to provide full redundancy and diversity. Network Management Technician - Supervisor, United States Air Force 81st Communications Squadron, Keesler Air Force Base Mississippi -- 1st Communications Squadron, Langley AFB Virginia

(Nov 2002 – September 2007)

Accountable for new installations and daily maintenance on multiple Department of Defense information systems; providing voice, video, and data services to thousands of clients and world-wide mission partners. - Configured and installed Cisco ASA IPSec and SSL based VPN systems enabling users to connect from any remote location. - Implemented and seamlessly integrated wireless, VOIP and PBX, RAS, DSL, and SONET/DWDM networking technologies. - Performed network metrics and statistics tracking and created Visio and AutoCAD topology diagrams. - Lead installer of Inter/Intra-building infrastructure; cabling, hardware, racks, FODP patch-bays, and 110 punch blocks. - Proficient at fiber- optic and copper cabling fabrication and installation; hot-melts, UNI-CAM, and crimp type. - Conducted and/or supervised approximately 250 site surveys and network installations. - Designed communications room layout, office connectivity, provided LOM (list of materials), and rough cost estimates. - Converted network backbones from legacy ATM to Gigabit Ethernet; improving bandwidth over 100% campus-wide. - Supervised personnel and wrote performance reports. Computer & Business Technologies Apprentice

South-West Tech BOCES Vocational School, Gouverneur New York (Sep 2000 - June 2002) Attended Cisco CCNA and CompTIA A+/Net+ based vocational training program. Program consisted of classroom lecture and instruction, network configuration labs, and instructor-led ‘on-the-job training’, five days a week - four hours a day. -Installed data infrastructure, as well as networking components in a newly constructed local hospital annex. - Isolated and resolved network and PC issues on the SWT instructor and student network. - National Vocational Honor Society; Graduated 2002 South-West Tech TOP ACHIEVER.

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