Phone & Address available upon request
CAREER OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging position as a Unix Systems Administrator utilizing my skills in security, Internet knowledge and problem solving.
Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions. Colorado Springs, CO Oct 2005 to current
Senior Unix System Administrator responsible for the support for the Cheyenne Mountain Training System (CMTS) at the Joint National Integration Center (JNIC) at Schriever AFB. Responsibilities include supporting simulation systems running Solaris and Windows XP and 2000 in a DII-COE environment. Other responsibilities includes updating software including but not limited to Network Time protocol (NTP), antivirus software and updates, build PC s going from parts to loading operating system (Windows XP) with added software including but not limited to MS Office. Certain PCs were also loaded with Redhat Fedora Core version of Linux.
Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems. Colorado Springs, CO Oct 2002 to Oct 2005
Senior Unix System Administrator responsible for the GPS Lab at the Citadel Facility. Responsibilities included as serving as the Assistant Lab Manager concerning operations of the labs, doing presentations to Management every two weeks concerning issues and operations. I served as the lead on NISPOM certification (to meet the new DSS Regulations originally set to take effect in May 2004) for three different labs which encompass strengthening security on Sun servers and workstations, Windows 2000 & XP PCs, implementing and performing security auditing and interfacing with different users to achieve that goal. Other responsibilities include tape backups, troubleshooting problems related to the operating system and software including communications problems with TimePlex MUX and Cisco routers between the Colorado Springs and Gaithersburg site.
Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems merged with Lockheed Martin Missions Systems to become Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems & Solutions.
Lockheed Martin Management & Data Systems, Colorado Springs, CO Aug 2001 to Oct 2002
Senior Unix System Administrator responsible along with other team members for the GPS Support Facility (GSF) at Schriever AFB. Work includes trouble shooting, writing scripts, researching vulnerabilities on Sun Work Stations. Also document procedures related to the operation of the lab as required. Support the Air Force training and testers when GSF is in use including at odd hours of day/night.
Lockheed Martin EIS, Colorado Springs, CO Mar 2000 to Aug 2001
Senior Unix System Administrator responsible for NMD User lab including SUN & SGI servers and workstations. Work includes research of vulnerabilities and beneficial implementation of internet security, data communications, and development languages. Maintain hardware including disk drives in a Solaris environment with NTP Time Protocol and True Time. Other areas of responsibility include update and execution of the configuration management processes for the Lab, development and conduct technical presentations to the Prime contractor and Government representatives, support periodic baseline audits, security vulnerabilities based on CERT alerts/IAVAs and ISS results, operate the custom command and control software for operational exercises, demonstrations, and experiments, and management of application licenses for Lab tools and software packages.
Lockheed Martin EIS, Denver, CO Aug 1998 to Mar 2000
Unix System Administrator responsible for administration of SUN Solaris Server, HP-UX Netscape Enterprise Server and Apache Web Server. Duties included hardware and software administration as well as operating system (Solaris and HP-UX) installation. Many responsibilities included maintaining an NNTP News Server, installing Netscape Web Server, disk partitioning through Sun Disk Suite.
Arrowhead Consulting, Colorado Springs, CO Jul 1995 to Mar 1996
Computer Contractor on assignment to MCI, Inc. with responsibility for development of web pages in HTML and cgi-bin scripts, ESQL-C as well as C programming. Additional operational responsibilities included tape mounts.
Arrowhead Consulting went out of business in 2004.
CeCorr, Incorporated, Indianapolis, IN May 1990 to Jun 1995
System Administrator supporting and maintaining plant and corporate computers including software updates and end user problem resolution. As a programmer prior to promotion to system administrator in May 1994, developed payroll software, software interfacing plant computer and corrugators machinery as well as roll stock software, and maintained BBX Basic with Open Systems UNIX environment.
Georgia Pacific Paper bought CeCorr Incorporated in 1998 that has since been bought by Koch Industries in 2005.
Sigma Micro, LLC, Indianapolis, IN Summer 1988
Programmer COBOL. Performed software maintenance as well as develop new software for in-house usage. The new software included developing a credit memo system. The system used was UNIX running on Sperry systems.
Inventory Dynamics, Incorporated, Indianapolis, IN Summer, 1987
Programmer COBOL. Maintained and updated current programs. Wrote file conversion programs and manual and other work included updating record layouts.
Inventory Dynamics, Incorporated became CaterMate Software as a part of the CBORD Group in Ithaca, NY.
1998-2002 University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, Colorado
M.S. in Computer Science
1985-1989 University of Evansville, Evansville, Indiana
B.S. in Computer Science with Math minor
Languages: C, Java, shell scripting (Bourne, Korn & C-shell), Perl Script, BBx Basic Pascal, PL/1,
80x86 Assembly, ADA, FORTRAN, COBOL
Operating Systems: Sun Solaris v2.5.1 to 10, Solaris 8 on x86, Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD,
Mac OS 9 & X, Windows 2000, Windows 95/98, Windows 3.11 WFW, MS-DOS, SCO Unix
Software: ApcUPSd open source software to work with APC UPS, Sun Disk Suite 4.2.1, Solstice (Admin Tool), NIS+, GNU Freeware (setup and installation), OS-Comet, Satellite Tool Kit. Secure Shell (OpenSSH), Apache Web Server with SSL, HTML, cgi-bin, X-Window Configuration on Sun & Linux, PPP Configuration on Linux, Solaris BSM (auditing)
Hardware: PC s with Intel (x86), PowerPC (Apple), hubs & switches, Sun Hardware, Netgear VPN
On my own: Built and supported x86 computers with Windows & Unix operating Systems and built Mac s with Mac OS X, Linux and OpenBSD. Have a Home network both wired and wireless. Setup includes setting up APC UPS with home computers within Linux and OpenBSD. Also setup a VPN network between Colorado and Indiana during the summer of 2006 for family purposes. After buying a new house, designed a network for it hooked into DSL with a set of Static IP Numbers. In addition to bringing the Internet into my house, I also setup a home Intranet (local network) which until recently worked off the DSL connection but now has its own connection through a faster cable modem using Netgear VPN.
Worked with and experimented with IPV6 on an OpenBSD server using Freenet.Net.
Obtained an Apple iBook G4 and the current project are getting wireless (Airport Extreme) to work with Linux using Ubuntu Linux.
Member of USENIX
Member of ACM
Member of American Radio Relay League
Volunteer at Church ushering
Learning the Japanese Language
Interests: Amateur Radio-Advanced Class FCC License,
Water Sports, skiing, bicycling and Travel.