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Errol S

Telecomm Specialist - 10 Years of Experience - Near 29420

Occupation:

Telecomm Specialist

Location:

North Charleston, SC

Education Level:

Bachelor

Will Relocate:

YES

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JOB INFORMATION Career Objective To manage and collaborate with a team of telecommunications professionals to maintain and support voice, data and video communication systems and contribute to short and long-range organizational goals, objectives and strategic plans while managing resources, personnel and operational effectiveness. Professional Profile ? Self-motivated individual with exceptional leadership, organizational and supervisory skills, encompassing key values of integrity, honesty, appreciation, teamwork, growth and results-orientation with an eye toward continuous improvement ? Demonstrated history of strong leadership and successful team building capabilities combined with excellent technical, communication, presentation, and customer service skills PERSONAL INFORMATION Errol Senior, 158 Raymond St, Browns Mills, NJ 08015 (609)893-4803 Cell (646)319-6840 Errolsenior@yahoo.com 108-58-9059 USA 5-Point Veteran Preference Active Duty Dates (DD-214) 84 Apr 27 -88 Apr 05 01 Jan 29 ?? 01 Aug 01 02 Mar 03 ?? 02 Oct 28 03 Jul 11 ?? 03 Nov 23 EXPERIENCE Network Admin Specialists US Air Force Expeditionary Center McGuire AFB, NJ 08641 James Elo GS-12 USAF AMC USAF EC/COO (609) 754-7016 12 March 2012- Present ? Retina - Network Security Scanner Identify known and unknown vulnerabilities, suggest fixes to identified vulnerabilities, and report possible security holes within the USAF/EC network's internet, intranet, and extranet environments. ? Provides system administration support for the in-house Enterprise Management system used by the USAF/EC to provide support in monitoring and managing servers and user PC's. ? Provides guidance to functional elements relating to processing constraints, file interfaces and changes to normal processing trends. ? Established and executed enterprise workstation imaging / deployment methodology for Windows 7 for over 700 workstations. ? Installs, configures, and trouble-shoots network and application server hardware, operating system software, and peripheral network equipment such as routers, bridges, network interface cards, modems. ? Executes system backups to insure expedient restoration of the database for the respective network equipment. ? Oversees implementation of new network system hardware and software and develops operating procedures for Niprnet and Siprnet. ? Implements security procedures and protocols governing network operations. Prepares, disseminates, and maintains plans, instructions, and SOPs concerning network security. ? Analyzes equipment and software reliability and utilization reports to identify and correct problem areas and to establish computer and telecommunications performance levels Telecommunication Mechanic WG -2502-10 US Air Force Expeditionary Center McGuire AFB, NJ 08641 James Elo GS-12 USAF AMC USAF EC/COO (609) 754-7818 9 October 2012- Present ? Voice Network Specialist Oversees the overall planning and operations of voice telecommunications networks for both central and remote locations to include PBX maintenance services and administration, T-1 and T-3 carrier circuit services, trunk routing, cable database management, call distribution platforms and secure voice, data, video and fax services. Current on technological developments and applications and evaluates vendor products to make recommendations for purchase. Develop, implement, and manage programs on Operational Risk Management, Ground Safety, Lost Tool Program and Quality Assurance (QA) to ensure 100% mission readiness. Promote teamwork, positive military image and high employee morale within operations group and across all departments. Supervise a team of network and telecommunication technicians to ensure seamless system convergence and integration across various communication systems which include; voice/data, VoIP, Global Broadcast System downlink, Video/IP and secure conferencing. ? Maintain the USAF EC infrastructure. Install, maintain, reconstitute, remove, and modify copper core, coaxial, and fiber optic cable systems. ? Install and maintain dedicated local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) media distribution systems, and subsystems to include wiring. ? Terminate, test, troubleshoot and maintain cables such as copper, coaxial and fiber optic cables. ? Operate and perform maintenance on tools, test equipment, and auxiliary equipment. ? Troubleshoot and isolate defects within communication electronic systems and subsystems such as DVSS, distribution frames and interface equipment (switches, routers, media converters) to include end-user devices (POTs, PCs, Printers, etc.). ? Utilize technical data, schematics, drawings to review, troubleshoot, test, repair, replace communication electronic systems and subsystems to include cables or wiring. ? Document upgrades, repairs, maintenance actions and practices, which are done within standards and codes. ? Evaluate work performance and actions such as cable installs are done within standard; such as BICSI. ? Establish priorities, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair network systems security equipment and circuits to include intrusion detection systems and access control systems that access military and commercial networks, utilizing tools and test equipment. Isolate malfunctions using diagnostic software, technical data, block diagrams, voltage and waveform measurements, and other tests requiring specialized test equipment. ? Coordinate, identify and implement plans for corrective actions. Coordinate with external agencies for long haul circuit repair and analysis, as well as restoral actions for defective equipment and parts. ? Develop, prepare and maintain telephone plant records including; local communication service orders, telephone trouble, number assignment, circuit layout and communications-electronics facility records. ? Perform bench check of telephone equipment, visual inspection of main/intermediate distribution frame (MDF/IDF), storage batteries, power distribution panels, and rectifier controls. US Air Force Reserve ?? Cyber Transport (Network Infrastructure Crypto Systems) Technician ?? 42CBCS/SCO McGuire AFB, NJ 08641 ? Provide mission critical voice, data, and video services. Install, upgrade, replace, configure, and maintain systems/circuits/IP-based systems that access military, Federal, and commercial networks; such as VidOIP (Video Over IP), VoSIP (Voice over Secure IP), VoIP (Voice over IP),CUCMs (Cisco Unified Call Manager), PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems and Cryptographic systems and devices. ? Manage infrastructure devices and systems using the latest approved software tools. ? Operate communication electronic systems such as RF/Microwave modules, Wireless Data Modules (WDM), Promina, Cisco Routers, Cisco Switches, Voice Over IP (VOIP), Voice Over Secure IP (VOSIP), Video Over IP (VidOIP), Crypto Modules and Crypto Devices. Execute numerous operational checks, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on Network, Infrastructure and Cryptographic Systems such as Basic Access Module v3 (REDCOM IGX), Basic Access Module v4 (Avaya PBX), HAIPE devices, CSU/DSUs, Red Router Modules. ? Removes, repairs, and replaces assemblies and subassemblies to optimally sustain voice, data, and video networks. ? Plan and supervise installations and relocations of 100 plus LAN and telephone drops. ? Supervise and delegate trainees and fellow reservists on accomplishing assigned mission critical or unit essential tasking. ? Plan, design and built a series of Mobile Intermediate Distribution Frame (M-IDF), which is utilize in infrastructure network layout to expand voice, video and data services to remote installation, offices and or forward deployed forces. ? Coordinate, plan and develop interoperability testing between different communication systems, such as REDCOM and Avaya PBX as well as aid in writing or developing of TTPs, Technical and operational guides. ? Develop and teach training plans, courses and guides; such as REDCOM and Avaya interoperability configuration guide and training slides, An introduction to Telephony training guide for new trainees. ? Monitor, analyze, and direct performance checks and measurements to ensure acceptable performance. Troubleshoot, repair, and perform operational checks and Field Change Orders (FCOs) on multiple communications / telecommunications systems and electronic systems such as routers, switches, cryptographic and voice systems within timeline set. Utilize communication instrumentation and measurement systems such as digital multimeter, oscilloscope, communication analyzer, network analyzer, OTDR, fiber optic power meter to test, calibrate, maintain and troubleshoot Network, Infrastructure and cryptographic systems, subsystems, LANs, WANs and SONETs. Lockheed Martin ?? Network Data Communication Analyst ?? US Air Force Expeditionary Center McGuire AFB, NJ 08641 ? Quality Assurance Evaluator for Northern Telecom Sl-100 and Option 81C Digital Telephone switching systems, Defense Red Switching System, Siemens switching system, operators and outside cable plant infrastructure, Avaya Switching Systems. ? Program and maintain Digital Voice Switching System (DVSS). ? Test, repair, modify, align and install electronic equipment and related devices such as audio and video systems to include all components. ? Review, analyze, evaluate, and interpret system logs. ? Maintain the USAF EC infrastructure. Install, maintain, reconstitute, remove, and modify copper core, coaxial, and fiber optic cable systems. ? Install and maintain dedicated local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) media distribution systems, and subsystems to include wiring. ? Terminate, test, troubleshoot and maintain cables such as copper, coaxial and fiber optic cables. ? Operate and perform maintenance on tools, test equipment, and auxiliary equipment. ? Troubleshoot and isolate defects within communication electronic systems and subsystems such as DVSS, distribution frames and interface equipment (switches, routers, media converters) to include end-user devices (POTs, PCs, Printers, etc.). ? Utilize technical data, schematics, drawings to review, troubleshoot, test, repair, replace communication electronic systems and subsystems to include cables or wiring. ? Document upgrades, repairs, maintenance actions and practices, which are done within standards and codes. ? Evaluate work performance and actions such as cable installs are done within standard; such as BICSI. ? Establish priorities, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair network systems security equipment and circuits to include intrusion detection systems and access control systems that access military and commercial networks, utilizing tools and test equipment. Isolate malfunctions using diagnostic software, technical data, block diagrams, voltage and waveform measurements, and other tests requiring specialized test equipment. ? Coordinate, identify and implement plans for corrective actions. Coordinate with external agencies for long haul circuit repair and analysis, as well as restoral actions for defective equipment and parts. ? Develop, prepare and maintain telephone plant records including; local communication service orders, telephone trouble, number assignment, circuit layout and communications-electronics facility records. ? Perform bench check of telephone equipment, visual inspection of main/intermediate distribution frame (MDF/IDF), storage batteries, power distribution panels, and rectifier controls. Establishes local priorities, clarify responsibilities, eliminates duplication, and resolves conflicts. Developed & maintained strategic plans to the Command when called upon to do so. Supports the Enterprise process developments by utilizing the appropriate Lean Six Sigma methodologies and related processes. Ensures the rigorous application of information security/information assurance policies, principles, and practices in the delivery of planning and management services. Promotes awareness of security issues among management & ensures sound security principles are reflected in organizations visions and goals. Reviewed project budget inputs, spending plans, requests for contract procurements & ensured they were developed & executed on time. EDUCATION ? American InterContinental University, Hossman Estates Ill Bachelor of Science (BS), June 2005 Major: Information Technology Credit Earned: 180 Semesters Credit Hrs ? USAF Technical School, Sheppard AFB, Telephone Systems, September 2001 OTHER QUALIFICATIONS ? TS Clearance (2012) ? IAT Level II COMPTIA Security + (2009) ? (CFOT) Certified Fiber Optic Technician (2012) ? (CFOS/T) Certified Fiber Optic Specialist in Testing (2012) ? (CFOS/S) Certified Fiber Optic Specialist in Splicing (2012) ? Installing and Configuring Windows Server ( 2012) ? (MCSA) Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (2013) Reference furnished on request

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