System Administrator, Radio operator, Network Administration - Managem
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System Administrator, Radio operator, Network Administration Resume


Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 55350
Desired Job Location: Confidential, Maryland Date Posted: 10/26/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Results-driven, competent, and reliable
IT professional with six years of
experience in telecommunications,
information technology, and IS while
supporting US Navy missions and global
operations. Deployed four times in the
US Navy, including a one year system and
network administration work in
Afghanistan with the US Army.
Demonstrate adeptness in providing Local
Area Network support and aptitude in
supervising personnel who handle
operations of various computers.


Experience:
UNITED STATES NAVY
Local Element Manager | Information
Security Officer | Communications
Officer

MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND ~ Korea
2010–PRESENT

- Accountable for the safe
management and maintenance of four MSOC
vans with classified machines, UHF/VHF
Radios, and Inmarsat capabilities along
with all security patches installed in
the vans.
- Ensure compliance to DOD
standards by maintaining the EKMS vault.
- Administer the issuance and
direct the destruction of superseded
cryptography.

System and Network Administrator
DEPLOYMENT ASSIGNMENT ~ Darulaman,
Afghanistan 2007–2008

- Provided technical assistance in
PC maintenance, helpdesk, and wireless
network management.
- Served as SATCOM radio operator
and managed the issuance and filling of
cryptography keys for the US Army.

Network Administrator
USS CHUNG-HOON (DDG93) ~ PEARL HARBOR,
HI 2006–2007, 2008–2010

- Led the management and
maintenance of the ship’s NIPRNET and
SIPRNET Local Area Networks (LAN), which
included two domain controllers,
Microsoft Exchange Server, and four
Member Servers; along with over 100
Windows XP client computers.
- Configured and maintained
network devices, such as routers,
switches, and hubs; implemented Group
Policy and Active Directory.
- Ensured that system backups were
maintained daily, weekly, and monthly in
compliance to command’s Standard
Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Performed troubleshooting and
repair, and resolved account issues and
various network issues on routers and
switches.
- Performed frequent audits on
server event logs, ISA Internet
monitoring logs, and Symantec AV
security logs in order to prevent
security breaches.


Education:
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION
SYSTEMS: In Progress (Expected Date of
Completion: Apr 2012)
University of Maryland ~ College Park, MD


Affiliations:
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Skills:
- SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
- CRYPTOGRAPHY EXPERTISE
- NETWORK ADMINISTRATION EQUIPMENT
ASSEMBLY
- NETWORK ARCHITECTURE
- UNIX BASED SYSTEMS
- LINUX BASED SYSTEMS
- MICROSOFT NETWORKS
- NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING
- INFORMATION SECURITY QUALITY
ASSURANCE
- INVENTORY CONTROL
- TEAM BUILDING
- IT CUSTOMER SERVICE


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Security+: In Progress (Expected Date of
Certification: Sep 2012)
Interconnecting Network Devices Schools
(ICND 1): 2011
Mobile Sealift Operation Center (MSOC)
Schools: 2010
Local Element Manager: 2010
Microsoft Training: 2010
Completed, Navy Journeymen Network Core
“C” School: 2010
EKMS Local Element Manger Schools: 2010
UNIX Training: 2008
Information Systems Technician Class:
2006


Reference:
Available upon request.


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