IT Professional/Network Engineer Resume
|Desired Industry: Information Technology
|Desired Job Location: San Diego, California
||Date Posted: 5/2/2013
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: June 1, 2013
||U.S. Work Authorization:
|Job Level: Management (Manager, Director)
||Willing to Travel:
|Highest Degree Attained:
||Willing to Relocate:
An IT professional with over 10 years of experience in technical implementation and integration, analysis and design, escalation support, senior administration, project management to include vendor relations.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE DETAIL
Above Thirty Thousand Feet, LLC Sr. Technical Lead (ITD) 2010 Present
Member to a team of professionals responsible for the day-to-day administration and maintenance of various mission critical technologies located in a local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN).
Project-based scopes include installation, implementation, support, and troubleshooting of various technologies, vendor relations, asset inventory, database administration, and project management.
Project management responsibilities include initial assessment of what project would be (length and resources required), vendor selection, technology selection, handle existing projects remotely with variety of different remote access tools, and negotiating with vendors.
Technical responsibilities include escalation support, hardware break fixes, software resolution, server/database administration, add moves/changes, managing networks, and develop policies/procedures for overall IT department.
Installation, implementation, and configuration of new accounting system while assessing multiple vendor proposals.
Network hardware installed/managed: Cisco Catalyst Series Switches, Cisco 3900, Cisco 2900 routers, Cisco ASA 5500 firewalls, Watchguard Firewalls, D-Link WLAN
Protocols supported include: VLAN, STP, SMTP, SSH RTP, RDP, POP3, NTP, Telnet, TFTP, LDAP, IMAP, HTTP/S, FTP, DHCP, DNS, BitTorrent, NFS, SMB, UDP, TCP, AppleTalk, EIGRP, ICMP, RIP, BGP, OSPF, IPSec, VTP, PPP/TP, 802.11 a/b/g/n, CDP, RS-232, ISDN, ADSL, Ethernet
Systems Supported include: Microsoft Windows Server 2xxx, Microsoft Windows XP/7/8,
Constant review of new and emerging technologies (hardware and protocols) in preparation for recommended uses.
The Clevelander Sr. Technical Lead (ITD) 2002-2010
Technical lead to a team of professionals responsible for the day-to-day administration and support of a 24/7 mission critical heterogeneous local area and wide area network (LANWAN) utilizing MPLS, Frame-relay, Metro-E, bonded T-1, broadband cable and DSL. QoS afforded delivery of priority voice and data over WAN links.
General responsibilities included, but were not limited to, maintaining and managing IT department, project management scheduling reports to management as needed, following company policies and procedures as well as managing and supervising maintenance and operations for 3 years after initial opening of The Clevelander.
Project management responsibilities included design of all technology infrastructure, strategy planning, construction oversight, budget management, and the selection of the best service providers and technology solutions.
Technical responsibilities included, but were not limited to, the design, installation, implementation, and integration of all data, voice, and video technologies, network infrastructure design and installation, management of contractors/Cisco engineers.
Special projects and achievements included overseeing the design, installation, configuration, implementation, and troubleshooting for complete IT overhaul and renovation of The Clevelander where a myriad of different systems were configured, installed, and implemented: emergency systems (fire alarms, sprinklers, etc.), data room design, liquor inventory system, and the Nortel VoIP system. Segregation of systems, back office and WLAN access utilizing VLANs and routing protocols.
Network hardware installed/managed included: Nortel PBX/integrated VOIP, HP Proliant servers, Cisco 2900, 3900 routers, Watchguard Firewalls, DLink DWS-3024 unified layer 2 wireless controller, DWL-800 wireless access points, HP Procurve Layer 2/3 switches, Cisco Catalyst switches, Bridgewave 60Ghz wireless bridge
Protocols supported included: VLAN, STP, SMTP, SSH, RTP, RDP, POP3, NTP, Telnet, TFTP, LDAP, IMAP, HTTP/S, FTP, DHCP, DNS, NFS, SMB, UDP, TCP, AppleTalk, ICMP, IPSec, VTP, PPP/TP, 802.11 a/b/g/n, CDP, RS-232, ISDN, ADSL, Ethernet
Support of Mac systems integrated with Microsoft active directory and the local network SAN and FTP processes. Increasing demands on backend systems dictated progressive implementation of increased storage, printing and monitoring services.
Additionally managed and supervised the maintenance and operations of The Clevelanders entire IT operations for 3 years after initial reopening.
Oversaw corporate network move (network hardware, small server farm) from San Diego, CA to Miami, FL where servers shut down 4PM PST and had all systems up and running again the next day at 12PM EST.
Burnham Pacific Properties, Inc Technical Lead (DIT) 1997-2002
Technical lead to a team of professionals responsible for the day-to-day support and administration of various LAN/WAN technologies in a campus area network (CAN).
Technical responsibilities included installing, implementing, and configuring severs and networks, implementing digital copies for leases (going as paperless as possible), as well as designing the lease management system and lease approval process through Lotus Notes.
Professional responsibilities included vendor relations, managing and maintaining IT department, add moves/changes, project management, scheduling as needed reports to management, and following corporate policies and procedures.
Special projects and achievements included shutting down IT department after Burnham Pacific Properties, Inc. liquidated assets, disposing and cleaning of equipment, answering to shareholders and having information on hand up to 7 years after closing down.
Network hardware installed/managed: Cisco Catalyst Series Switches, Cisco 3900, Cisco 2900 routers, Adtran CSU/DSU
Protocols supported included: SMTP, SSH, RDP, POP3, NTP, Telnet, HTTP/S, FTP, DHCP, DNS, NFS, SMB, UDP, TCP, ICMP, IPSec, PPP/TP, 802.11 a/b/g/n, CDP, RS-232, ISDN, Ethernet, Frame Relay (ptp/ptmp)
TECHNICAL CERTIFICATIONS & SKILLS
Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Written CCIE - Written
Cisco Certified Design Associate / Design Professional CCDA / CCDP
Cisco Certified Network Professional CCNP
Certified WAN Engineer CWE
Certified WAN Professional CWP
Certified WAN Associate CWA
Cisco Certified Network Associate Voice, Wireless, Security CCNA Voice, Wireless, Security
Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert 2003/2008 MCSE 2003/2008
Certified Novell Engineer CNE
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS & SKILLS HIGHLIGHTS
Technically led a corporate network LAN/WAN (routers, switches, firewalls, voice-over-ip, enterprise applications, server farm and related technologies) move from west coast to east coast, shutting down operations, insuring minimal downtime from 4pm PST, and all operations up again at 12PM EST.
Sr. Technical lead for design, installation, implementation, and integration for a $40 million major upgrade to include physical, infrastructure, LAN and WAN, along with specific technical groupings including: routers, switches, firewalls, enterprise applications, emergency systems, server room (hvac, electrical and hardware) inventory management system and VoIP system.
Special skills and experience include, but not limited to: technical implementation and integration, analysis and design, escalation support, senior administration, project management to include vendor relations.
TECHNICAL SKILLS DETAIL
Connectivity & Hardware: Cisco 3900, Cisco 2900 Cisco 1900, Cisco 800, Cisco Catalyst Series Switches, Exchange Server Blade Servers, DNS Servers, DHCP Servers, Web Servers Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, WAN, LAN, TCP/IP, RAID systems, Cisco ASA 5500, Cisco WLC
Network Technologies: CDP, Frame-relay, PPP, Access Control List (ACL), Network Address Translation (NAT), Port Address Translation (PAT), OSPF Virtual links, RIPng, RIP, RIPv2, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, VTP, SNMP, SNMPv3, SMTP, ARP, TCP, UDP, Static Routing, Stub Routing, VLAN Trunking, Multi-Area OSPF, NBMA, Sonet, VLAN, VTP, HSRP, STP, SVI, CEF, Etherchannel, BPDU, Portfast, GLBP, VRRP.
Peripheral Technologies: 802.11 a/b/g/n, WLAN, WAP, AP, SSID, LWAPP, CSMA/CA, AAA, IPS/IDS, TACACS+, RADIUS, SSH, VACL, PVLAN, Firewall, VPN, Tunneling, Cisco ACS, Pix, IPSEC, DMZ, VoIP, IP Phone, Catalyst, CUCM, QoS, PoE, CME, CUE, Port Security, MAC Address Filtering, SIP, MGCP, RTP, SCCP, SRTP, UCCM, UCCX.
Monitoring Tools: Wireshark, Remedy, Openview, Nagios, VMware, Solarwinds, F5, Cisco Works.
Programming Languages: Oracle Database, HTML, Java, Visual Basic, Shell Scripting, SQL.
Enterprise Applications: Windows XP/2000/2003/7, Active Directory, Exchange 2003/2008, Lotus Notes, Symantec, COBOL, MS SQL, Crystal Reports, ARCServe, InfoGenesis UD.
SPECIAL PROJECTS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Served on corporate office expansion responsible for the entirety of data infrastructure design as well as budget where office design would be multimode fiber between floors with horizontal cabling through drop ceilings, six different P2P frame-relay connections between corporate and remote offices, and backup ISDN lines.
The entire infrastructure design and installation took one month, but data equipment and services was up and completed in one weekend.
Helped to consolidate parent company into premises of a subsidiary companys existing data center where two employees would remain in San Diego, but phone service would be handled by PBX in The Clevelanders Miami data center.
Installed a VoIP data card into PBX backplane to translate call services to VoIP and forwards to IP phones; reorganized data center to physically separate parent company servers and network appliances which was done in two months that also had to be coordinated with a zero downtime policy; created separate VLAN on The Clevelanders network.
Shut down, packed and shipped systems/network equipment on Friday and had all systems installed, powered up, and on network by Saturday afternoon.
Served on a project for ESPN who hosted an online Super Bowl gaming event that required The Clevelander to leverage the total bandwidth of the entire property (also supports companys POS and internet access for hotel guests).
Service configuration on switches and routers connected to gaming area involving QoS testing for data surges from the rest of the property; implemented temporary ISDN lines for broadcasting services.
Implemented a redundancy plan with metro-e-links, ISDN lines, and a PTP connection; then dismantled configurations for event and restored original configurations.
Served on a project for Porto Vista hotel where the network infrastructure was designed to be a secured, remotely controlled network and to gain control the network/server had to be completely wiped and configurations had to start from scratch, but all this had to be done while maintaining live support to guests in the hotel and restaurant.
Installing, configuring, and implementing entire network environment parallel to current network infrastructure, and transferred data while both systems/domains were parallel with zero downtime.
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