Systems Integration Manager/Trainer
January 2010 to Present
Resolve network security, hardware and software issues by analysis and applying troubleshooting techniques. Analyze the causes of software system failures including server, network, and client application failure. Evaluate and prepare processing impacts and alternatives. Develop backup and recovery solutions to include the restoration of installed software and Client/Server development tools.
Install and configure classified and unclassified systems. This includes loading the proper image, adding the system to the domain or enclave, and ensuring that the system adheres to security standards.
Responsible for all principles, concepts, and methods related to TCAIMS II systems analysis, integration techniques, data storage, networking, user interfaces, software application, and hardware operating characteristics and configurations that include standalone, client/server and enterprise architecture.
Conducts program installation and troubleshooting of all Windows operating systems, Sikeston, Lindenhurst, Barstow, and Army Golden Masters (AGM) 8.0 programs.
Responsible for systems analysis and feedback of design, hardware, and software installation support to the Transportation Information System Program Management Office (TIS PMO).
Deliver, install, configure, data test, and manage TCAIMS II software and hardware including laptops, printers, servers, and Automatic Identification Technology (AIT) equipment and software to four Army Divisions, 12 Director of Logistics (DOL) activities, and over 100 separate Reserve and National Guard units at 12 military installations in the central region.
Manage, implement, and supervise software system migration for over 700 TCAIMSII workstations from the Lindenhurst build to the Barstow build.
Perform duties as program database administrator/system administrator during each fielding execution.
Integrate and update TCAIMS II systems into Installation Transportation Offices and gaining units.
Prepare and instruct 200 curriculum hours of Transportation Coordinator's Automated Information for Movement System II (TCAIMS II) formal classroom training to military and DOD civilians from the company to the installation level. Perform needs analyses for each trained unit to identify unique user requirements related to software business process areas.
December 2008 to January 2010
Systems Integration Manager
Performed duties as the Transportation Information System Program Management Office (TIS PMO) database administrator/system administrator during fielding execution.
Supported full life-cycle information system projects including analysis, design, and programming of TCAIMSII computer systems.
Planned, directed, supervised, and controlled the execution of all activities and administrative functions of a Total Package Fielding (TPF) issue.
Performed software integration of over 400 systems components including procedures, databases, policies and hardware.
Assisted in migration planning for all supported military units in the central region by Analyzing user requirements, procedures, and problems to automate or improve existing systems and review computer system capabilities, workflow, and scheduling limitations.
Performed diagnosis of network or security issues preventing TCAIMS II usage and the causes of software system failures including server, network, and client applications. Evaluated and prepared processing impacts and alternatives.
Delivered, installed, configured, data tested, and managed TCAIMS II software and hardware (laptops, printers, servers, and Automatic Identification Technology equipment) to over 50 Army active, reserve, and National Guard units at 12 military installations in the central region.
Integrated TCAIMS II systems into Installation Transportation Offices and gaining units.
Developed recovery plans for system failure situations to include the restoration of installed software. Conducted program installation of all security updates on over 400 systems at 12 different Army installations, enabling TCAIMS II systems to meet all security requirements for use on the Army network.
Installed Windows, Lindenhurst, and AGM 8.0 programs.
Prepared and instructed 200 curriculum hours of Transportation Coordinator's Automated Information for Movement System II (TCAIMS II) formal classroom training to military and DOD civilians from the company to the installation level. Performed analyses for each trained unit to identify specific needs and requirements related to software business process areas.
Logistics Analyst II
June 2008 to December 2008
Battalion Maintenance Manager assisted the BCT Maintenance Manager in successful accomplish of identified maintenance programs in six Battalions.
Assisted in the reestablishing of unit level STAMIS operations and data transfer to verify equipment status through the reconstitution process.
Used STAMIS reports to create a data base used to brief the leadership on their equipment and provided recommendations as necessary.
Established relationships with various supporting agencies to acquire materials and repair equipment to full mission capable status.
Logistics Analyst II
January 2007 to June 2008
Coordinated and managed the operational oversight contractor portion of the battalion maintenance program. Interpreted logistical and maintenance data and transformed into information briefings for the command using various computer software programs. Established relationships with various supporting agencies to acquire materials and repair equipment to full mission capable status. Inventoried and inputted pertinent equipment data into the Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced. Monitored maintenance procedures for quality control, quality assurance, and production control.
Monitor unit and contractor maintenance functions for quality control, quality assurance and production control to ensure that Army standards and regulations are met. Coordinated maintenance operations with unit personnel and contract maintenance logistician's to reestablish maintenance procedures and reconstitution of equipment. Assisted in the reestablishing of unit level STAMIS operations and data transfer to verify equipment status through the reconstitution process.
Logistics Analyst II
July 2004 to October 2006
Pursued solutions to systemic maintenance and supply issues affecting fleet readiness of over 13,500 pieces of equipment. Monitor unit and contractor maintenance functions for quality control, quality assurance and production control to ensure that Army standards and regulations are met. Troubleshoot, diagnosed, disassembled and assembled major and subsystem components, electrical, hydraulic, air conditioning, differential set up, clutch repair, metal fabrication, and fuel systems for wheeled and track vehicles. Scheduled workloads and utilized time allocations charts. Controlled a budget valued at over $6million. Managed and allocated personnel and equipment resources. Directed security operations; conducted risk assessments daily noting deficiencies to include follow-ups.
Support Operations Fleet Manager
April 2002 to July 2004
Advised senior management on logistical operations, trends and schedules. Managed and monitored projects, ensured compliance with policies pertaining to personnel conduct, management, and training staff. Scheduled work shifts, and delegated tasks for up to 15 agencies on a regular basis. Evaluated the job performance of 200 personnel. Supervised record maintenance, information management, computer applications, and safety. Monitored and evaluated 15 separate Direct Support maintenance shops. Planned work, applied production control, quality control, and other maintenance principles. Conceptualized, set-up and or restructured complete shop operations, designed workstations and shop layout, and procured repair parts. Performed quality assurance checks and finial technical inspections on work performed by technicians; enforced shop safety, environmental management and recycling practices.
Analyzed defective equipment to determine cause of trouble. Inspected and drove vehicles to verify repairs are complete and accurate. Kept accurate inventory of repair parts and equipment and requisitions replacement stock. Evaluated performance of 60 employees and recommended measures to improve production methods, equipment performance, and quality of product, and suggests changes in working conditions and us of equipment to increase efficiency of shop, department, or work crew.
Master Instructor Writer
June 1998 to April 2002
Observed and evaluated Instructors performance with media and classroom set up along with two separate hands on labs. Provided 83 academic hours of instruction for approximately 1200 personnel annually for over four years. Oversaw and maintained two separate classrooms, coordinated, scheduled, and monitored five instructors' class schedules. Taught and tested classes as large as 75 personnel at a time. Wrote, reviewed and updated lesson plans and programs of instruction required for unit level apprentice mechanics. Trained, mentored, and motivated other instructors to achieve Master Instructor Levels.
Certificate in Transportation Coordinators Automated Information for Movement System II
Certificate in System Administrator/Data Base Administrator
Certificate in Supervisors Development Course
Certificate in Staff & Faculty Development Training Course