Supports Contracts to US Government. Provides workers as needed. I support A&A activities, RMF, accreditation of USMC Projects. Hardest part of this job is being a contractor, within a culture of government and USMC Active duty personnel.
NMCI Help Desk Analyst/ Field Support Agent (Former Employee) – Laurel, MD – November 9, 2015
World IT was a pleasant company to work for as a sub contractor for my time on the NMCI contract as a Sub-Contracted employee of EDS/HP. Representatives and management was available and easily reached when needed.
IT Help Desk Tier (Former Employee) – HP Boise, ID – August 25, 2014
- log into your phone and take calls Resolve or escalate the problem - learned how to resolve problems quicker and more efficiently - Team leads/Tech Leads were always there for you when you needed them - Co-Workers were a great source for information and resolutions - The hardest part of the job is when you were unable to resolve the problem - Enjoyed getting peoples issue resolved and let them be on their way.
Network & Communication Design Engineer (Former Employee) – NAS Mayport – July 15, 2014
Provided Navy & Marine Corps Internet (NMCI) partners oversight & onsite leadership to ensure efficient site survey, design, acquisition & implementation in support of the NMCI infrastructure build-out at Mayport, FL in the following areas of work: Team lead & final decision maker on all design & engineering efforts Great pay and benefits. Job ended before too quick.
Lead Telecommunications Technician (Former Employee) – Honolulu, HI – October 14, 2012
Pulling and laying low voltage and Fiber Optic for the Classified and Unclassified computers. Military standards and the knowledge of different types of testers used for all types of wires. some what fair. Great team work everyone got along. Getting a higher pay for the tasks on hand. having appointed leadership with no raise The interest in working with wires and meeting new people and having a great crew