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Country of Citizenship: United States
Clearances: Top Secret with SCI access, active
Veteran Preference: 10-Point 30% Compensable Preference
Contact Current Supervisor: Yes
Posting: DON CHART, 1712 series.
Position: Information Systems Technician Instructor/Cryptology Maintenance
04/2006 to 04/2009; 40 hours per week; Instructor, IT A School; $50,000 per Annum; Temporary Employee No; Temporary Promotion No; CID Detachment Corry Station; 640 Roberts Ave, Pensacola, FL; LCDR Fosterxxx-xxx-xxxx; Contact Supervisor? Yes.
In capacity of Navy Instructor, NEC 9502, applied broad-range instructional methodologies spanning lectures, self and group-paced learning, integrated learning environment (ILE), and laboratory troubleshooting to deliver quality education. Contributed subject matter expertise as Technical Instructor for Cryptologic Technician Networks (CTN) C Class School, Information Technology (IT) A Class School; addressed educational topics including software and database maintenance, radio frequency and Electronic Warfare Shipboard Operations.
Serving as Leading Chief for the Curriculum and instructional course for Information Systems Technician (IT) A School. Strategically managed 11-week course schedules and curriculum standards to maximize results. Steered Training Needs Assessments and Analyses and generated detailed Job Task Analyses data in order to effectively define and develop optimal new courses to support requirements and objectives. Enhanced bottom-line performance by developing and controlling quality testing materials and conducting long-term Test Item Analyses.
Successfully built and directed a dynamic team of 50 Instructors crucial to efficiently and effectively delivering 120 technical operations/maintenance cryptologic and information technology courses for over 6K students annually. Drove formal/informal course reviews to ensure achievement of Learning Objectives and proper testing in compliance with NAVEDTRA 130 series and Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) standards. Boosted results by reviewing/updating training qualification procedures, ensuring currency of instructional technology.
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Facilitated fast-paced, network-driven Information Technology courses for military members and foreign nationals in topics ranging from IT Network Management, Network Operation Systems, Windows 2000 and 2003, and UNIX infrastructure to TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, NetBEUI stacks, Internet, HTTP, FTP, TELNET, SMTP, and X440/50 protocols, services and standards. Additionally presented instruction in shipboard and shore based exterior network communications such as Automated Digital Network Systems and Defense Messaging Systems.
Proficiently drafted, reviewed and revised 120 Information Systems Technician government testing acceptance computer modules and Training Project Plans (TPP). Spearheaded broad-scope reviews of key components ranging from evaluating Corporate Enterprise Training Activity Resource System (CeTARS) for course data and student throughput quality control to assessing Fleet Training, Management and Planning System (FLTMPS) to verify instructor qualifications.
Coordinated expedient development and delivery of 80-hour computer-based training, integrated learning environment incorporating Learning Management System (LMS) for over 6K military personnel annually; course was subsequently adopted into pipeline training, and efforts were recognized with Navy Commendation Medal for these efforts.
Effectively led monthly Sexual Assault Victims Advocacy training. Critically evaluated key Command program to maximize efficiency, impact and compliance. Conducted proactive instruction reviews, interviews and procedural observations and applied analysis of findings toward creating reports and expert recommendations for presentation to Commanding Officer.
05/2003 to 04/2006; 40 hours per week; Information Systems Security Officer; $32,000 per Annum; USS ENTERPRISE; Combat Systems, FPO AE 09543-2810; ETCS Karl Davis; 757-499-6845; Contact Supervisor? Yes.
Contributed strong leadership qualities toward effectively managing team of 28 Information Systems Technician sailors in efficiently administering/maintaining over 2.2K personal workstations, including all computer hardware and software, Windows 2000 workstation and server, Exchange Server, Unix, Solaris, Linux, 6 Cisco Routers, and 12 switches. Further applied leadership qualities toward managing ship's Enlisted Surface Warfare program, certifying over 4200 personnel; scheduled, tracked and facilitated preventive maintenance of all ships communication equipment and systems.
Led formal shipboard qualifications training for 400 personnel; efficiently tracked all training requirements and attained formal training quotas. Delivered quality instruction in network computer systems security focused on mitigating threat of network intrusion and unauthorized access, recovery of information from loss or damage using backups and recovery software procedures, and detecting viruses for prompt resolution.
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Additionally planned, coordinated and executed Combat Systems Training scenarios for communications operations and ships force Charlie scenarios; designed and presented weekly professional training programs.
Applied expertise in DoD Information Assurance Vulnerability Alerts guidelines in efficiently managing and validating network system security using hardware, software and established procedures. Spearheaded thorough analyses and evaluations of system security technology, policy and security files modifications incorporating new software, correcting errors and updating changes in support of National, DoD and DON Information Security policies.
03/2002 to 05/2003; 40 hours per week; Communications Officer/Frequency Manager; $30,000 per Annum; USNS INDOMITABLE; 2425 Stalwart Rd STE 200, Norfolk, VA; OSC Mike Freely; Contact Supervisor? Yes.
Forward deployed on anti-drug surveillance ship as Communications Officer, Frequency Manager, CMS Custodian, and LAN Administrator, with accountability for driving professional development of 14 Military Personnel as well as coordinating collaborative policy initiatives with embarked Cryptology Detachment and 18 Civilian Merchants.
Contributed dynamic leadership skills toward building productive teams vital to optimizing operational performance as well as fostering a motivating work environment by mentoring personnel to promote career growth. Successfully drafted operator Job Qualification Requirements and supporting working aids.
Coordinated and implemented global multinational Training Exercises supporting critical
counterintelligence drug operation. Maximized human performance by steering comprehensive skills assessments and training requirements comparisons, and applying findings toward expertly recommending future training programs for Information Systems Technicians, Cryptologic Technicians and Technical and Electronic Technicians. Developed and presented results-oriented quarterly advancement and computer security training programs.
Through strategic technologies management, played vital role in confiscation of 2.2 metric tons of contraband valued at over $100M. Prepared and presented quality operational status and intelligence effort briefings.
Proficiently operated and monitored system; ensured optimal operational status through efficient fault isolation and circuit restoration of communications suites in HF, UHF, SHF, and EHF frequency spectrums, ranging from communication transmission paths, input/output devices, cryptographic devices, interface equipment and patch panels to signals, multiplexers, modulators/demodulators, and applicable system transmitters, receivers, couplers and antenna subsystems. Conducted circuit/system performance tests to determine point of signal distortion and identify preventive and/or corrective measures to maintain peak performance of 100 plus electronic pieces of equipment. Effectively configured monitored and maintained email applications for 30 key accounts.
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01/2000 to 03/2002; 40 hours per week; Network Manager; $28,000 per Annum; SPAWARS SYSTEMS CENTER; 1837 Morris St, Norfolk, VA; ITC Judy Lemley; Contact Supervisor? Yes.
Accountable for the administration, maintenance and repair support services of 1.5K+ computer components, peripherals, equipment, and 4 class "C" IP addresses. Demonstrated strong technical acumen in efficiently diagnosing, troubleshooting and resolving complex hardware, software and network system problems, isolating and replacing defective components and maintaining/administering computer hardware, systems, applications software, and related configurations. Facilitated daily and monthly data backups for disaster recover, and planned and implemented network security programs to maximize data, software and hardware security.
Effectively designed, developed and led 2 fleet mobile training units for Optimize; consisted of 40 Windows NT laptops, 2 NT servers and 2 UNIX HP server suites.
11/1996 to 12/1999; 40 hours per week; Communications Assistant; $25,000 per Annum; COMPHIBGRU TWO; 2600 Tarawa Court, Norfolk, VA; RMCM R Jones; Contact Supervisor? Yes.
In capacity of Lead Communications Radioman, set up and operated varied communication systems via computer matrix exchange terminal; systems spanned
Command and Control systems, HF, UHF, satellite voice circuits, teletype circuits, and Data Link circuits. Strategically coordinated teletype and voice circuits with patrol aircrafts and shore commands for optimal communications performance. Proficiently operated VP Broadcast, recorded air-to-ground communications and briefed/debriefed aircrews. Additionally operated broad range of receivers, transmitters, modems, multiplexers as well as computer operated remote control and message processing systems (PCMT, Gateguard and MDS), switching devices and cryptographic equipment. Consistently maintained effective communications using chirpsounder with associated frequency management terminal.
Enhanced staff performance by resourcefully developing computer-based tracking system to monitor personnel training, including in-rate and general military training. Efficiently generated 50+ Radioman Common core lectures and testing material, substantially increasing professional test scores of 18 Information Systems Technician personnel. Further boosted operational efficiency and quality by creating, initiating and updating 35 communications standard operating procedures targeted toward addressing increased automated technology associated with integration of Radioman and Data Processor rates.
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Southern Illinois University; Pensacola, FL; Bachelor Degree; In Progress-2009; Workforce Education, Training and Development; 3.8/4.0 GPA; 90 Semester Hours
Saint Leo University; Norfolk, VA; Bachelor Degree; 2009; Computer Information Systems; 3.6/4.0 GPA; 180 Other Hours
Saint Leo College; Norfolk, VA; Associate Degree; 1999; AA/CIS; 3.6/4.0 GPA; 180 Other Hours
Caribou High School; Caribou, Maine; High School Diploma; 1988
Emergency Management Institute, National Response Framework (FEMA) IS-00800.B; Oct 16, 2008
Master Training Specialist, 2007
Emergency Management Institute, National Incident Management System; 2007
Learning Management System (LMS) Admin-Facilitator, 18 hrs; Nov 2007
Journeyman Instructor Training - 40 hrs; Apr 2006
Information System Security Manager - 80 hrs; Oct 2004
Network Security Vulnerability Technician - 200 hrs; March - May 2003
DoD, Electronic Key Management Systems (EKMS), 80 hrs; Oct 2002
SNAP III System Administrator - 80 hrs; April 2001
Information Systems Administrator - 180 hrs; Feb 1998
Strategic SHF SATCOM Systems/DSCS Operator - 280 hrs; July - Oct 1993
Tactical Support Communications - 180 hrs; June 1990
Master Training Specialist
COMPTIA A Plus Certified
COMPTIA Network Plus Certified
Certification, Homeland Security Level V
Sensitive Security Information
Military Service Background
Branch and Period of Active Duty Service: 10/1988 to 04/2009, U.S. Navy; Honorable Discharge; E7, 04/30/2009; Service Connected Disability: 70%, Date of Disability Letter: 05/08/2009
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Navy Commendation Medal
Curriculum Development: NAVEDTRA 130, 131, 135 training and curriculum development series
Technologies: Windows 9x Client & Server, Windows NT 4.0 / 2000, MS Exchange, TCP/IP, UNIX/DOS, MS Office 2000/2003, Remedy, FTP, CISCO
1. Series/MPA Number: DON1712, TRAINING INSTRUCTOR / SPECIALIST / ADMINISTRATOR Region: DON
2. Appt Preference:
Temporary (positions lasting less than 1 year)
Term (positions lasting 1 year or more, but less than 4 years)
3. Travel: Willing to travel 6 or More Days
4. Low Salary Accepted: $55,000
5. Qualified Typist: Yes
6. Geographical Preference:
US FL, Eglin Air Force Base
US FL, Milton
US FL, Pensacola
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DON CHART, 1712 series.
Position: Information Systems Technician Instructor, Cryptology Maintenance
Instructor and Curriculum Developer.
I am extremely interested in being considered for the above-referenced position, and believe you will find my background uniquely matches your needs. To acquaint you with my qualifications, I am submitting my resume for review; in advance, thank you for your time and consideration.
As demonstrated I offer many years of progressive experience as an Instructor, Curriculum Developer and IS/IT and Communications Specialist. I launched my career with the United States Navy in 1988 and honorably discharged earlier this year. Over the course of this career, I consistently progressed to higher positions and larger responsibilities, with positions ranging from Lead Communications Radioman, Network Manager and Communications Officer/Frequency Manager to Information Systems Security Officer and my most recent position as IT A School Instructor, 2006-2009.
In this most recent position, I successfully implemented diverse instructional methodologies, self and group-paced learning strategies and an integrated learning environment instrumental to optimizing student performance in a broad range of subjects. As part of this position, I concurrently served as Leading Chief for the Curriculum and instructional course for Information Systems Technician (IT) A School, encompassing responsibilities ranging from managing 11-week course schedules and curriculum standards to conducting training needs assessments/analyses, defining and creating optimal new courses and developing/controlling testing materials quality.
In a leadership capacity, I managed a team of 50 Instructors delivering 120 technical operations/maintenance cryptologic and information technology courses for 6K+ students annually. I also drafted 120 IS Technician government testing acceptance computer modules and related plans. In recognition of my efforts in designing an 80-hour computer-based training, integrated learning environment program incorporating Learning Management System (LMS), I was awarded the Navy Commendation Medal; this program was adopted into pipeline training.
I am well-versed in NAVEDTRA 130, 131, 135 training and curriculum development series and extremely knowledgeable in the fields of IS and IT. Complementing this, I ve completed extensive training and ongoing professional development to maximize my personal performance. My credentials include Master Training Specialist, COMPTIA A Plus Certified and COMPTIA Network Plus Certified, among others. I also hold active Top Secret with SCI Access Clearance.
As an employee, you will find me to be a driven leader and collaborative team player committed to supporting you in achieving your objectives and prepared to deliver both immediate and long-term results. I am confident that I could be a valuable asset to your operations and look forward to interviewing with you in the near future.
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