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Yyyyyy x. yyyyyy

0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000

(xxx-xxx-xxxx or ( xxx-xxx-xxxx


Country of Citizenship:   USA

Social Security Number:  XXX-XX-XXXX

Veterans Preference: N/A


Vacancy Posting:



Core Competencies


Information Technology, Computer Technology, Information Systems, Software and Database Conversions, System/Application Integrations, Architecture Development/Integration, Engineering, Networking, Multi-Platform Environments, Testing, Quality Control, Documentation, Reporting, Technical Writing, Presentations, Project Management, Product Delivery, Cross-Functional Collaboration, User/HelpDesk Support, Troubleshooting, Analysis, Research, Solution-Focused Problem Solving, Operational/Process Optimization, Leadership, Training Support


Professional Experience


June 2006 - Present

MITRE Corporation

Leavenworth, KS

Senior Simulation Modeling Engineer

Annual Salary: $xx, xxx

Hours per Week: 40

Supervisor: Dr. Tom Pawlowski;  Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx; Permission to Contact: N/A


In recognition of dynamic performance in facilitating and supporting multiple key projects, have earned promotion as well as three compensation increases since joining staff; additionally received MITRE Spot Award.  Relied on to serve as One Semi-Automated Force (OneSAF) expert for MITRE Ft. Leavenworth site; actively supported employees by assisting with OneSAF simulation inquiries, requiring extensive knowledge of Java and Linux Operating Systems.  Collaborated with OneSAF simulation developer, Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), in integrating Marine software changes to OneSAF.   Further partnered  with SAIC Advanced Concepts Research Tool (ARCT) team in facilitating

OneSAF Human-in-the-Loop capability; functions spanned free roaming camera option, individual combatant posture control and four Heads Up Displays for different OneSAF platforms.  Ensured product quality by actively participating in testing and presentation of ACRT Human-in-the-Loop capability.  Recognized by Team Project Lead for proficiency in rapidly acquiring new knowledge, quality work and commitment to supporting a collaborative teamwork environment.


Further supported OneSAF initiatives by spearheading High Level Architecture (HLA) interface to Training and Doctrine Command Analysis Center s (TRADOC) Advanced Warfighting Simulation (AWARS); this cutting-edge interface covered ability for AWARS to control platforms in OneSAF and for OneSAF to report unit status to AWARS.  In response to presentation of work to Ft. Leavenworth TRAC Director as well as TRAC and MITRE associate staff, recognized by MITRE TRAC Ft. Leavenworth Project Manager  impressive results.


Assisted SAIC in efficiently developing OneSAF Command and Control (C2) architecture proof-of-concept demonstration capability; successful demonstration resulted in subsequent approval of full C2 architecture approval.  Took initiative to individually study classified AWARS C++ source code as initial stage of developing full C2 Architecture in OneSAF.  Proficiently documented and reported results to

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OneSAF C2 Architecture team.  Actively collaborated in drafting OneSAF C2 Capability Production Document (CPD) and Capability Description Document (CDD) and successfully developed nine Java classes for architecture.


As Primary Developer, drove Automated Digital Event Planning Tool (ADEPT) project supporting Ft. Leavenworth National Simulation Center (NSC) operations. Steered full project scope, from designing and developing enhancements and correcting code issues to maintaining servers and liaising with NSC.  Maintained current knowledge of nine web application and internet technologies ranging from  ColdFusion, Microsoft Visual Basic, JavaScript, AJAX, Extensible Markup Language (XML), and Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) to Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL) Server, Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).  In response to dynamic performance, recognized by direct Supervisor for instrumental role in facilitating ADEPT functionality and stability to level allowing successful user testing and delivery of ADEPT v1.0 to Simulation Operations Course students.


Strategically integrated Army s 75th  Division Exercise Management System (EMS) with ADEPT through conversion of EMS architecture to entirely different ADEPT architecture; proactively corresponded with lead users of the EMS from the 75th  Division.    Redesigned interface to capitalize on new technology for enhanced user friendliness.  Proficiently redesigned ADEPT s underlying database structure to support facilitation as well as boost  relational database integrity.  Substantially enhanced operational efficiencies by spearheading NCS ADEPT servers' software and database structure conversion to improved design for both unclassified and classified network; recognized with MITRE Spot Award in response to results.


Played solid role in team training/development initiatives by supporting multiple classes focused on instructing military personnel in use of ADEPT by expertly managing accounts, addressing questions and recording recommendations for enhancements; further supported Battle Command Training Center Exercises using ADEPT by rapidly implementing changes and assisting in the use of functionality.

Documented ADEPT functionality for MITRE s delivery of ADEPT software to Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI).  Received outstanding evaluation by direct Supervisor for contribution to critical ADEPT project.


Contributed vast skills in several standard Microsoft technologies, from Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL) Server and Access to Excel and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), toward supporting U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Analysis Center (TRAC) Network Transport Capability Based Assessment (NT CBA).


Co-facilitated  Battle Command Battle Lab Fort Gordon (BCBL(G)) laboratory-generated network traffic database update to represent TRAC s Advanced Warfighting Simulation (AWARS) Multi-Level Scenario force structure. Applied sharp analytical skills toward defining and reporting error in the BCBL(G) traffic generation process, playing key role in boosting accuracy of results by providing feedback supporting BCBL(G) reprocessing and delivery of updated traffic database to TRAC.


Analyzed BCBL(G) traffic database via Microsoft Structure Query Language (MS SQL) Server and improved performance by developing automated process to transform traffic into an offered load and populate Excel Workbooks, saving several days of valuable time and positioning MITRE to conduct a second phase of the traffic analysis for TRAC.  Subsequently applied automated process during second phase to transform traffic to inform network pipe size.  Authored portions of two MITRE technical documents for each phase of the traffic analysis.  Contributions included documentation of the processes followed to transform the traffic and the source T-SQL queries.


Steered TRAC NT CBA Systems Book project for on-time delivery of completed book as well as bibliographical information and consolidated resource documents. Utilized multiple resources to generate critical information on radio and satellite communications systems and proactively interfaced with MITRE staff and external Army programs to take advantage of subject matter expertise.

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In support of Global Network Enterprise Construct (GNEC) Data Capstone, offered technical capabilities to efficiently manipulate large, complex databases in containing network traffic data from the Army s National Training Center and Austere Challenge 09 experiment; databases used MySQL and Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL) Server formats. Proficiently drafted briefs and delivered results of analysis to leadership.  Resourcefully reached across MITRE to coordinate work and resolve issues in order to overcome geographic disbursement of project team.  Acknowledged by Task Lead for talent in rapidly acquiring knowledge of network architectures, tactical communication systems and battle command applications/services as well as adapting technical IS skills to other domains.


Played instrumental role in National Simulation Center s (NSC) Gaming Training Effectiveness Study by thoroughly reviewing numerous papers focused on game-based soldier and civilian training.  Authored

summaries of key points for integration with complex technical report and partnered in shaping report into well-organized format to ensure sponsor ability to readily use data for assessment of gaming conducted by the Army Research Institute (ARI).  Direct Supervisor reported that work was critical to acquiring key insights for studies reviewed and vital to providing NCS with a clear understanding of purpose, conduct and results of the studies through a well-written, reader-friendly presentation.


In support of MITRE Leavenworth Site Operation, researched and gathered articles, journals and podcasts relevant to MITRE Modeling and Simulation news channel.  Efficiently migrated news channel source from an unreliable server to be removed by MITRE to Microsoft SharePoint lists. 


November 2005 to May 2006

Boehringer-Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc.

St. Joseph, Missouri XXXXX

Information Technology Intern




Annual Salary: $xx,xxx

Hours per Week: 16-30

Supervisor: Jason Fischer; Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx; Permission to Contact: Yes


Actively supported both St. Joseph, MO and Elwood, KS branch helpdesk operations by effectively diagnosing and resolving user issues.  Collaborated in Quality Assurance testing of all Windows XP Service Pack 2 applications for optimal operational performance; efficiently installed applications, tested for proper functioning, recorded defined inefficiencies/issues, and offered proactive solutions.  Concurrently responsible for timely delivery and setup of new workstations.  Additionally gained valuable experience in managing warehouse assets.


February 2005 to May 2005

Missouri Western State University

St. Joseph, Missouri

Information Technology Intern

Annual Salary: $xx,xxx

Hours per Week: 16-30







Supervisor: Dr. Deborah Becker; Phone: xxx-xxx-xxxx; Permission to Contact: Yes

Capitalized on opportunity to acquire hands-on IT experience in a professional setting; efficiently coded accounting web application in JavaScript and Active Server Pages (ASP).



Specialized Training


High Level Architecture (HLA), Raytheon; Completed 32 hour course




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Missouri Western State University

St Joseph, Missouri

Degree: Bachelor of Science

Major: Double Major in Computer Science and Mathematics

Earned: 2006

GPA: 3.743

Credit Hours Earned:

Honors: Graduated Cum Laude

Awarded Outstanding Senior in Computer Science; 2006-2007 Academic Year

Member, Kappa Mu Epsilon Math Honor Society

President s Honor Roll: Spring 2004

Dean s Honor Roll: Fall 2002, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Fall 2006

Key Coursework in Computer Science: Computing Concepts I & II, Discrete Structures I & II, Assembly Language Programming, Data Structures, Database Architecture/Concepts, Object Oriented Application/Program Development, Simulation and Modeling, Advanced Topics in Computing: Computer Graphics, Operating Systems Concepts, and Computer Architecture.

Key Coursework in Mathematics: Elementary Statistics, Probability and Statistics, Calculus/Analytic Geometry I & II & III, and Probability/Statistics.


Smithville High School

Smithville Missouri

Degree: High School Diploma

Earned: 2002

GPA:  3.76

Key Coursework: General Education as well as Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint


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