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Sr. Telecommunications Engineer Resume

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SUMMARY

  • An accomplished and business savvy professional with robust experience acquired over the years in delivering optimal results & business value in high - growth environments and establishing key relationships with business segments.
  • Result oriented and self-driven professional with over 30 years of experience in telecommunications engineering with substantial experience with Defense Information System Agency (DISA), Department of Defense (DoD), Department of State (DoS), FBI, and commercial enterprise systems.
  • Experienced with Radio Frequency (RF) Systems for Satellite and their deployments/installations, network engineering using MPLS and IP based network systems. Skilled in identifying redundancies and maximizing resources to streamline operations.
  • Possess verifiable leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills that help put across things with a crisp point. A remarkably successful mentor to peers and colleagues, owing to exceptional people's skills and always giving them the nudge in the right direction to go the extra mile and help achieve what seemed difficult, with ease.
  • Have a solid track record in achieving the set goals and delivering personal best at every step of the way to provide optimal results. Thrive in fast-paced business environments and cherish a chance to self-manage things through the innate problem-solving skills and never say never attitude.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Confidential, Virginia

Sr. Telecommunications Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Adroitly integrated a solution for the new Document Capture 2 (DC2) system. DC2 is a new type of software system used for scanning and storage for large Federal agencies.
  • DC2 system is a hosted virtual environment provided by using Datrium DVX hardware/software and utilizing the VMware ESXi 6.7 software for virtualization. Together, they provide a fully redundant solution that provides 1.5 Petabytes of storage capabilities for this customer—multiple VM's with expandable SAN and ten gig connection speeds.

Confidential, Virginia

Sr. Telecommunications Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • A CALEA (Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act) standards engineer specifying technical requirements for lawful interception of services.
  • Spearheaded domestic and international industry standards engagements to develop standardized solutions for a multitude of technologies, i.e., LTE, UMTS/GPRS, cdma2000, Next Generation Packet Networks, 3G/4G wireless packet architectures, wireline, fixed wireless, Cable CMTS systems and DOCIS modems, WiMAX, Femtocells, and others.

Confidential

Senior Systems Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Accountable for the network design and global deployment of the network with QOS support with connectivity to 30+ satellite teleports & 200 PoPs.
  • Designed, deployed & built the SCS Networks dual DMVPN MPLS core network with eBGP/EIGRP routing strategy for network connectivity.
  • Installed and managed all layer 3 & 2 devices, firewalls, and network customer provisioning.
  • Validated each circuit’s capacity and throughput capability with IXIA IxChariot QOS testing.

Confidential

Sr. Telecommunications Engineer, Senior Systems Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Dexterously designed a multi-country deployment of an MPLS network with connectivity that supports the Department of State (DoS) Embassy's world deployment, all at various circuit speeds, some with layer two emulations.
  • Supported Satcom leased circuits with SCPC or iDirect systems and leased line circuits, which are also validated and tested for their QoS, to meet the customer's requirements.
  • Implemented the WiFi architecture using 2600 Cisco Aironet products.

Confidential

Sr. Field Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Served as the Sr. technical engineer for projects in Iraq, including VSaT, Microwave, and other WAN/LAN topologies.
  • Redesigned and rebuilt the DoS Baghdad New Embassy Compound (NEC) network while in Iraq.
  • Replaced older 2900 with 3750 Cisco stacked switches and deployed 12 Bluecoat Proxy servers with ASA 5510 firewalls.
  • Implemented the WiFi architecture for the areas in the DoS using 2600 Cisco Aironet products.
  • Added WiFi connectivity to Camp Liberty with a microwave backhaul to the DoS compound, thus extending the access for US Nationals and visiting personally.
  • Rebuilt the USAid compound redundant satellite system and provided a new backhaul for redundancy for both the NEC and USAid compounds.
  • Troubleshoot very complicated satellite earth stations, failed transceivers and satellite modems, Microwave systems, and several different inter-agency IP networks, all with fiber-based infrastructure and copper.
  • Implemented high-visibility project initiatives for American Embassy (WiFi, VoIP, Internet services, and Satcom access).

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