Experience 8 - 10 Years
Age 28 - 32 Years
Expected Salary($) 45K - 50K
Education Levels Bachelor Degree
Military Service Marine Corps
Bachelors of Science in Information Technology Management2012 - 2015 National University
CompTIA Security2016 - 2016 Able-Disabled advocacy
Currently working on certificate.
CompTIA Network2016 - 2016 Able-Disabled advocacy
Currently working on certificate
CompTIA A2016 - 2016 Able-Disabled advocacy
Currently working on certificate
Top secret SCI clearance2013 - 2018 Department of Defense
Active security clearance
18-06-2015 - Present
• Accomplished manufacturing staff results, by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; initiating, coordinating, and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. • Maintained staff by recruiting, selecting, orienting, and training employees; developing personal growth opportunities. • Maintained work flow by monitoring steps of the process; setting processing variables; observing control points and equipment; monitoring personnel and resources; studying methods; implementing cost reductions; developing reporting procedures and systems; facilitating corrections to malfunctions within process control points; initiating and fostering a spirit of cooperation within and between departments. • Completed production plans by scheduling and assigning personnel; accomplishing work results; establishing priorities; monitoring progress; revising schedules; resolving problems; reporting results of the processing flow on shift production summaries. • Maintained quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards. • Ensured operation of equipment by calling for repairs; evaluating new equipment and techniques. • Provided manufacturing information by compiling, initiating, sorting, and analyzing production performance records and data; answering questions and responding to requests. • Created and revised systems and procedures by analyzing operating practices, record-keeping systems, forms of control, and budgetary and personnel requirements; implementing change. • Maintained safe and clean work environment by educating and directing personnel on the use of all control points, equipment, and resources; maintaining compliance with established policies and procedures. • Resolved personnel problems by analyzing data; investigating issues; identifying solutions; recommending action. • Maintained professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies. • Contributed to the team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
08-10-2012 - Present
Release Engineer (Associate)
• As a computer engineer I built Setup Programs for Qualcomm Applications by, following build and setup engineering guidelines, understanding Qualcomm Framework, following Qualcomm best practices for build and setup, configuring entities and applications as required, collaborating with build engineering team. • I Managed Code Repository by, maintaining code repository in Git and GitHub, perform and administer database baseline, improve practices of branching and code merge, establish process control points and configure GitHub reporting suite to custom needs of development team. • Provided Setup related Assistance by, unit testing of setup on different environment’s, debugged and fixed issues faced by team in installation of setup. • Assisted QA team in getting setup’s tested and by providing required guidelines for setup
24-11-2006 - Present
• Monitor emergency frequencies to detect distress calls and respond by dispatching emergency equipment. Communicate with Receiving Operators to communicate with ships, aircraft, forward operating camps, and other remote operations. 2 deployments to Al Asad Airbase in Iraq in 2007 and 2008 for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. • Helped junior marines with training and packing of gear. Instructed on systems’ features, how to utilize systems, explained potential field conditions, and prepared them for the proper handling of equipment. Performed modifications in the field to improve communications capabilities by creating man pack field expedient antennas to match the local frequency. • Trained in use of the use of SWAN (support wide area network) primarily use V1s and V3s, • Portable satellite communication links. Provided communications for all outlining sites past Al Asad Airbase. Set up satellite dishes to support and ensure communications worked effectively to all the outlying bases including Camp Korean Village (a forward operating base) in Ramadi, Iraq. Held a Top Secret Clearance. • Provided tactical communications by setting up cryptographic equipment and tuning radio equipment. Including making changes in the field to improve communication capabilities by building and installing antennas to match the local frequency. Maintained equipment and made minor repairs. • Presented formal presentations and field classes to both enlisted and officers on radio use. Designed and developed technical curriculum and taught courses on communications techniques and the operation and maintenance of military HF, VHF and UHF systems. • Used specialized equipment including GPS systems: AN/PSN-11 and AN/PSN-13. Programmed satellite applications and made changes to frequencies or cryptographic codes. • Provide full spectrum tactical communications as the central command and control hub for the Marine unit. Served as EKMS Custodian and maintained and controlled an extensive cryptographic account. • Proficient in tactical communication systems and cryptographic equipment to include VHF, SINCGARS, UHF, HF, TACSAT, KG-194a, KG-194, and ViaSat. Technical and operational knowledge of Harris, Motorola, and Thales com systems. • Specializes in foot-mobile and vehicle based full-spectrum tactical communication. Capable of employing all tactical communication systems in any expeditionary environment. • Skilled in constructing field expedient antennas for VHF and HF radios to include: center fed dipole, inverted \"V,\" sloping wire, and NVIS (near vertical incident sky wave) antennas. Experienced with Barker and Williamson broadband antennas in support of long-haul HF TAC Chat and voice transmissions. • Experienced technical instructor to train individuals and groups. Developed the format the company used to manage data on MS SharePoint such as records and training scores of marine training. Knowledge of MS Office and SPAWAR software. • Awarded Letter of Recommendation for going above and beyond training to ensure that all the outlying sites had proper communication with the SWAN network. Solely responsible for $15 million in gear. • Recognized leader and technical expert. Leads by example in all professional and personal endeavors. Dedication to supporting unit communication requirements; set the standard for all to follow. Able to accomplish the most complex task with no supervision, entirely committed to the unit and subordinate’s success. • As Non Commissioned Officer (NCO) oversaw a team of up to 150 marines at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Integral role in setting up a new company, Charlie Company, and overseeing company training requirements for communications training.
• DRV, Mobile Multichannel Equipment Operator80%
• Digital Multichannel Wideband Transmissions Operator80%
• SPAWARE software70%
• MS Office Suite100%
• Cloud computing60%
Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
To receive the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, a military service member must perform duty in a designated anti-terrorism operation for a period of either 30 consecutive or 60 non-consecutive days of duty.
Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal
The medal is awarded to any active-duty enlisted member of the United States military who completes three consecutive years of \"honorable and faithful service\".
Iraq Campaign Medals
It was awarded to any member of the U.S. military who performed duty within the borders of Iraq (or its territorial waters) for a period of thirty consecutive days or sixty non-consecutive days.
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
is granted to any member of the U.S. Navy or U.S. Marine Corps assigned to a deployable unit that operates away from its assigned homeport) and is forward-deployed for a period of either 90 consecutive days or two periods of at least 80 days
National Defense Service Medal
Awarded to service members who served honorably during a designated time period of which a \"national emergency\" had been declared during a time of war or conflict.
Certificate of Commendation
Awarded for going above and beyond while forward operated and assuming full control of $15 million in equipment while operating the Support Wide Area Network communications of the base.