Lexington Park, MD
Solid technical background combined with exceptional skills in analyzing, testing and managing the design, development, documentation, maintenance and configuration management of a wide variety of databases, software systems, computer networks and telecommunications systems, including all aspects of implementation and performance tuning. Integrates business requirements with the latest technologies to deliver cost-effective solutions. Swiftly comprehends the “big picture” and executes the boldest of organizational visions. Core competencies include:
-Top Secret Clearance
-Network Architecture and Design
-Cisco Routers & Switches
-Network Device Administration
-Un-Paralleled Work Ethic
-Exceptional People Skills
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
July 2016 to Present
• Supports MQ-4C Triton UAS and ground station as networking SME.
• Manage and optimize Department of the Navy production WAN.
• Serve as Department of the Navy RDT&E Network Infrastructure SME in support of Triton UAS operations.
• Manage all network equipment and SATCOM configuration in support of Triton UAS WAN.
• Provide subject matter expertise in bridging communication between Triton UAS Contractor and Government stakeholders and core Navy RDT&E Infrastructure Engineers.
• Designed and Implemented a Core Infrastructure Failover solution that resulted in redundancy and higher throughput on enterprise Unmanned Aircraft Ground Station environment.
Network Engineer / Senior Consultant
June 2015 to July 2016
• Personally responsible for an entire region consisting of 30 branches with over 150 total devices (Routers and Switches), while on the team that supported all network engineering and integration efforts for the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Remote Video Surveillance System.
• Trouble-shot network security and availability issues as part of CBP’s Tier 3 Network Operations Team.
• Integrated cutting-edge vendor equipment into a pre-existing multi-layer architecture and managed all migration efforts; ensured all equipment met all testing requirements and could handle all loads/protocols.
• Setup and configured two different test labs comprised of multiple devices for R&D, and recreating issues experienced in the production environment.
• Assisted in the planning, implementation, configuration, and hardening of over 30 CGR-2010 routers to be migrated into a highly secure Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Video Surveillance network.
Information Systems Administrator
February 2015 to June 2015
• Supports NAWCAD Identification Systems Division 4.11.2 Information Technology Dept. Tasks include:
• Supporting an RDT&E Local Area Network (LAN) comprised of over 300 users.
• Maintaining system security by regularly auditing Domain policies and privileges.
• Troubleshooting user-reported Desktop and network errors and making recommendations for future mitigation
• Analyzing customer requirements and parameters and creating proposals/change requests for hardware and software upgrades
• Maintaining integrity of networks, server deployment, and security through use of Vulnerability scanning tools such as Nessus.
• Monitoring user and application bandwidth consumption through the use of tools such as Solarwinds and PRTG.
• Monitoring system errors by utilizing SNMP, syslog, and Climate monitoring software on the local Network Management Station.
• Utilized vSphere Virtual Server environment features such as vMotion for migration of servers during hardware upgrades.
• Managed dynamic and redundant switching environment to optimize end-user network performance through load-balancing.
• Successfully installed systems including Cisco Catalyst Series Switches, Cisco 3750/3650 Multi-Layer Switches, Cisco’s Connected-Grid Series Routers, and Dell M1000 Blade servers.
• Provided maintenance and engineering support for 300+ users, 12 networks, and 18 servers.
Network Engineering Technician
September 2012 to February 2015
188.8.131.52 Mode 5/AN-UPX 24 System Integration and Fleet Modernization. Tasks include:
• Interpret data from drawings, test procedures, and work instructions.
• Testing and Development of Naval Tactical Data Systems circuit cards in accordance with Work Instructions.
• Fabricate IFF cables/connectors, replace components, wire circuits and maintain IFF/COMSEC equipment.
• Repair simple electronic equipment and utilize electronic test equipment to include digital multi-meters and oscilloscopes.
• Handle/Secure COMSEC Crypto Keys Utilizing SKL.
• Generate and Audit Mode 5 IFF Target Reports using WINE/NIMS Scanner.
• Implementations of excellent organizational skills to aid efforts of Coordination of Mode 5 Fleet Support Kit Production Project and assistance with scheduling of Installations, procurement of parts, and validation of Quality Control Inspection Procedures.
• Participated in Mode 5 (Interrogation Friend or Foe) Shipboard Installations Aboard DDG-78 USS Porter, LPD-24 USS Arlington, LPD-17 USS San Antonio and OE-120 (Antenna) Installations aboard DDG-66 USS Gonzalez, DDG-51 USS Arleigh Burke, and CG-61 USS Monterey.
August 2012 to May 2013
Shipping and receiving materials, Inventory Control, Verifying incoming shipments' contents with documents to include (DD 1149, 1348, 1605 etc.), Delivery and pick-up of materials, Issuing parts to technicians, Organization and filing of documents/ receipts, packaging and preparing of shipments, Daily Operational Maintenance Checks and Operation of Material Handling Equipment such as electric/gas powered Forklifts, Order Pickers, and Conveyor Systems etc.
Bachelor's in Computer Networks and Cyber Security
2016 to 2018
Associates in General Studies
2012 to 2016
Certificate in BAE Systems Shipboard Electrical Cableway Installation
2003 to June 2013
Certificate in Year Production Engineering
Service Country: United States
Branch: United States Marine Corps
Rank: Corporal (E-4)
July 2009 to October 2014
• I possess Logistics experience in multiple USMC/D.O.D. warehouses to include bases located in Camp Lejeune, NC, Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan, and currently, Bolling Air Force Base, Washington D.C. I attended Supply School for the Marine Corps in the Fall of 2009 where I was meritoriously promoted for graduating at the top of my class in the USMC Basic Warehouse Course. My basic duties include: Shipping and receiving materials, Inventory Control, Verifying incoming shipments' contents with documents to include (DD 1149, 1348, 1605 etc.), Delivery and pick-up of materials, Organization and filing of documents/ receipts, packaging and preparing of shipments. Operation of equipment such as electric pallet jacks, forklifts etc.
CompTIA Security+ (ce)
March 2015 to Present
Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)
January 2016 to Present
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
February 2016 to Present
Test and Evaluation Certification
December 2015 to Present
Defense Acquisition University T&E 102 level equivalency.
Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)
June 2016 to Present
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
December 2016 to Present