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     Date Submitted:13-09-2013
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     Current job:Satellite IP Technician
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
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    Experience
    Senior IP Satellite Technician Jan 08 – Present, DRS Technical Services, Inc., Stuttgart, Germany
    • Performed high level (expert) information technology operational and configuration tasks for broadband IP satellite service systems using iDirect hardware, Juniper IP routers and switches (equivalent to Cisco units), IP LAN/WAN networks, Wi-Fi, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and satellite teleport connectivity
    • Satellite Network Operation Center technician supported U.S. Navy SPAWAR contract for over 1,000 MWR VSAT systems deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan supporting deployed military personnel
    • Provided technical support to users and field technicians for IP voice and data network problem resolution

    Iraq Regional Manager Oct 05 – Jan 08, DRS Technical Services, Inc., Baghdad, Iraq
    • Technical Manager of seven Satellite Communication terminals for Multi-National Forces Iraq , MNFI, supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom
    • Provided Iraq satellite support for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Project Contracting Office
    • Engineered and configured SCPC, TDMA (iDirect), and DVB (Linkway) satellite links, provided technical project planning and implementation, resolved circuit issues
    • Technical and engineering responsibility for baseband and application LAN services including VoIP, VTC, and office automation

    TCF/SATCOM Technician Oct 03 – Oct 05, Spacelink International LLC, Baghdad, Iraq
    • Provided Operations and maintenance support to the for Multi-National Forces Iraq , MNFI, Technical Control Facility and SATCOM terminals at the U.S. Embassy Complex in Baghdad, Iraq
    • Maintained and troubleshot GBS satellite video networks, NET IDNX Multiplexers, Promina Equipment, FCC-100, and E1/T1 Multiplexers and various encryption equipment to include KG, KY, KIV and ancillaries
    • Directed maintenance and troubleshooting of LAN/WAN terrestrial and satellite networks

    Superintendent Deployable Communications Sept 02 – Oct 03, U.S. Air Force, Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
    • Supervised 36 personnel and managed Network Systems, Telephone Switching, and Satellite and Microwave Communications work centers
    • Deployed communications assets to support Air Force hazardous missions
    • Installed secure base communications with worldwide satellite and LAN/WAN connectivity including commercial networking equipment and tools (Cisco)
    • Led team providing communications support for Operation Iraqi Freedom by installing 2,500 VoIP telephones, over 2,000 LAN connections, 12 microwave LOS links, and seven satellite terminals

    Network Engineer July 99 – Sept 02, U.S. Air Force, NATO Headquarters, Lisbon, Portugal
    • Designed and implemented telecommunication projects for multinational Army, Navy, and Air Forces
    • Engineered voice and data systems over satellite and terrestrial microwave for NATO
    • Managed communications branch of PABX, satellite and microwave LOS Systems, and technical control facility
    • Engineered new base exchange, replace PABX with VOIP, and SONET/SDH microwave radio network projects

    Engineering & Installation Team Chief Feb 97 – July 99, U.S. Air Force, McClellan AFB, California
    • Led teams to install and commission Air Force satellite communications facilities, radio systems, fiber optic networks, IDNX multiplexers, and LANs
    • Led 25-person team on a $25M installation project of Osan AB (Republic of Korea) LAN comprised of 23 ATM switching nodes, 2 routers, and 97 Ethernet Switches; terminated 12,000 fiber optic connections, and connected 10,000 computer users in 97 facilities to a 100-mile fiber optic cable network
    • Installed and commissioned $8M MILSTAR Satellite facility

    Satellite Communications Manager Feb 93 – Feb 97, U.S. Air Force, Hickam AFB, Hawaii
    • Supervised 10 person satellite communications work center
    • Prepared operation and maintenance budgets, scheduled Pacific Air Forces tactical satellite missions, and evaluated communications units on operational readiness
    • Engineered satellite hub connectivity for 260 tactical satellite missions with voice and data
    • Supported Pacific and Special Operations Command strategic and tactical Triband and UHF satcom missions

    Satellite Communications Manager Feb 89 – Feb 93, U.S. Air Force, New Boston AFS, New Hampshire
    • Supervised 18 technical personnel
    • Managed operation and maintenance for AN/FSC-78 heavy earth station facility
    • Contract Quality Control Evaluator for USAF satellite control network
    • Maintained antenna control systems, HPA's, up and down converters, PSK modulators, time and code division multiplexers, low noise amplifiers, using BER and fiber optic test sets; network, spectrum, and protocol analyzers; power, frequency, and voltage meters; signal and sweep generators; and BIT equipment

    Satellite Communications Technician Feb 79 – Feb 89, U.S. Air Force, Robins AFB, Georgia; Patrick AFB, Florida; Camp Red Cloud, Korea
    • Performed O&M on a variety of UHF tactical and Ku/Ka/X/C fixed satellite communications facilities
    • Repaired equipment to component level

    Education
    • Electronic Engineering Technology, AS., Community College of the Air Force, Completed 1991
    • Management Information Systems, BS. Candidate, Excelsior College (two courses to complete) Training
    • USAF Advanced Leadership and Management Development Course
    • USAF Satellite Communications Operations and Maintenance Course
    • USAF Engineering and Installation Project Leader Course
    • iDirect Installation, Operation, and Maintenance Initial and Advanced Courses
    • Cisco Certified Network Associate
    • Fiber Optic Certification
    • FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License

    Additional Information
    • Security Clearance: Secret /Previously held TS/SCI
    • Veteran Honorably Discharged December 2003

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