Andrew C

Technical Writer - 7 Years of Experience - Near 23231


Technical Writer

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SUMMARY Mr. Andrew D. Clement has a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a Concentration in Information System Security, twenty years of professional military experience in US Navy as propulsion engineering with diver sort of technical skills, and presently works as a Training and Courseware Development Specialist, Technical Writer within the Army Combined Arms Support Command G3/5/7. Degreed in managerial and technical considerations related to access controls, authentication, external attacks and other risk areas facing the enterprise, basic Java Programming, UNIX, Windows Server Networking, Database Concepts, use of Microsoft Office Suite utilizing MS Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access extensively. Twenty years in US Navy with increasing expertise in: Maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, and supervision. Awarded numerous times for superior performance and technical skill. Accomplished the diagnosis and repair of engineering pump, valve, turbines, and air conditioning components. As an instructor, deliver lectures, designs lessons, develop courses using lessons from a body of content. Accumulated 10 years as Quality Assurance representative performing final inspections ensuring equipment reliability with zero discrepancies on conventional and nuclear submarines and Naval ships. Maintained Damage Control abilities through numerous onboard training and fire-fighting Schools. Served as Great Lakes Base Fire inspector working under the direction of Fire Department and Public Works. Non-Military Employment Galley Maintain Distributed Learning System (DLS), the primary function is to perform formal testing of Courseware products. Develop and maintain test plans, reports and briefings, i.e. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Courseware Test Metrics, CW_v4, Monthly Courseware Report, TRADOC Courses, Courseware Testing Status Report and Courseware Playability Reports. Import courseware into the Content Validation System (CVS) and the Army Learning Management System (ALMS) from Distributed Learning System (DLS) and client File Transfer Protocol (FTP) sites or CD. Inspect files for playability to work in conjunction with other systems and content\compliance (i.e. Shareable Content Object Reference Model [SCORM], Aviation Industry Computer-Based Training Committee [AICC], Hypertext Markup Language [HTML], Word and Portable Document Format [PDF]). A Division