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Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary Resume

Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 6575
Desired Job Location: Atlanta, Georgia Date Posted: 4/13/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 1 month
Desired Wage: 70000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: No
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

Technical Trainer
Metrix Training, Inc. in Austin, TX (Present employment)
Metrix Training acquired the education delivery function (and the contract for Tivoli education) from The Trinity Group, based in Houston, TX. My duties in education continued uninterrupted from the time of the acquisition. My training specialization has been with Tivoli Management Environment, a systems management product from IBM/Tivoli Systems. My professional certifications are current for Tivoli Infrastructure 4.1, Configuration Manager 4.2 , Tivoli Enterprise Console (TEC) 3.9, Tivoli NetView 7.x and Tivoli Monitoring 5.1. Several years ago, I also taught User Administration and Security Management, although I do not have experience with the current releases of these products.

As part of the training assessment process, I frequently assist in the construction of new classroom procedures and deployment strategies with IBM Technical Education Services in Atlanta. This process includes the creation and testing of new UNIX and Windows images for rapid deployment of classroom labs. The lab image assessment is typically accompanied by addendum documents describing deployment procedures, instructor notes, and modifications to the original instructions.

Technical Instructor
Online Software International, Inc. in Fort Lee, NJ
October 1985 to October 1992
I leveraged my extensive experience with IMS/VS DB/DC and DB2 to become an instructor of curricula in IMS/VS DB programming, IMS/VS DC programming, and VSAM structure and use. The courses were designed for data processing professionals with a wide range of experience in the field of study, and involved lecture and hands-on exercises. I served as the course manager for the IMS/VS DB/DC currricula for two years. As course manager, I was responsible for product release research and preparation of updated course material. I was involved in the process of a major overhaul of the IMS/VS courses when Online Software was acquired by Computer Associates in 1992.

Technical Service Representative
Computer Associates International, inc in Atlanta, GA
October 1992 to March 1997
I joined Computer Associates following acquisition of Online Software International in 1992. After a brief transition, I receieved training in systems administration for UNIX and Windows platforms, and targeted training for a new systems administration product, CA-Unicenter, a midrange systems management product. By 1993, I was teaching most of the primary components of CA-Unicenter. Together with a team of other educators, I wrote three new training courses for CA-Unicenter. On completion of the courses, I managed a small team to prepare certification tests for the CA-Unicenter products using Prometric computer-based guidelines.

In 1995, I transferred to pre- and post-sales support. As a Technical Service Representative, I was responsible for assisting with client needs assessments for CA-Unicenter. I assisted several new and existing CA-Unicenter clients with product deployment, configuration, and knowledge transfer.


Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA
September 1967 to June 1971


Qualification Grade Achieved
BS IndMgt 2.3

Computer and Mathematical - Applications, Computer Programmers, Computer Software Engineers, Computer Support Specialists, Computer Systems Analysts
Education, Training, and Library - Computer Science Teachers, Postsecondary

Additional Information:
"I have thirty-five years of active experience in information technology. Over that period, I have worked with a broad range of computing platforms. As with many professionals entering the IT field in the 1970s, I worked for nearly 15 years as a mainframe programmer and systems analyst. In 1985 I leveraged my programming knowledge into a career as a technical trainer. For almost seven years, I taught mainframe database programming, before making a transition into mid-range and PC platform systems administration. Although my career has been focused on technical training, I have also attained skills in client needs assessment, software product implementation, and client satisfaction assurance.

Primary skills:
Ability to quickly gain competency with complex applications
Aggressive problem solving skills
Independent performance
Excellent verbal and written communication skills."

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