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Cad Technician Resume Profile

Summary

  • I have sixteen years in geographic information systems and computer aided drafting. I have used ESRI, Bentley, Trimble, Intergraph, and MapInfo products. I am also trained as a transportation and land use planner with about one year of experience. I have worked on city, state, and federal CAD and GIS projects in both the public and private sector. My subject matter expertise is mainly in traffic planning and engineering, railroad surveying, and electric power transmission and distribution.
  • SKILLS
  • GIS analysis, CAD, Imagery, ArcGIS 9.x and 10, ArcView 3.0-3.2a, ArcView 2, ArcServer, ArcSDE, MapGrafix, Milsoft WindMil2Map, Autodesk Utility Design, AutoCAD 2000, 2004, 2004 LT, 2006, 2008, and 2009 Autodesk Map version 5 to 2010, Autodesk Raster Design, Bentley MicroStation 5.0 on UNIX, 95 on Windows and versions SE, J, v8, and v8 2004 Intergraph I/RAS B Trimble Pathfinder Office, C and VBA programming for ESRI

WORK EXPERIENCE

FME GIS Developer

Confidential

  • I am a software developer on a contract through Iconma LLC in a software architect group for an oil and gas project.
  • FME is an ETL software program for converting over 400 different GIS, CAD, and database formats. The developer role is to create extract-transform-load scripts to read existing well, well pad, and oil field data from SQL databases and verify new wells. I was also involved in writing C scripts to call data from FME Server using REST. This is part of a much larger database integration and business intelligence reporting project involving SQL Server Information Services, SQL Server databases, Oracle, SAP, land and lease, and well log data. The main GIS database used is ArcSDE middleware on both SQL Server and Oracle platforms.

Confidential

This was a federal contract with Capstone Corporation at Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois. I worked with web maps on Visual Fusion GIS for Silverlight, data creation and collection with ESRI ArcGIS and ESRI ArcSDE, and data storage on a Microsoft SharePoint repository. I was the GIS lead at the Navy Region Midwest Regional Emergency Operations Center, which stands watch for natural disasters, workplace violence, and security incidents at Navy installations in 16 states. Analyst inherited some responsibility for public safety emergency response data maintenance and disaster planning maps from NAVFAC. The analyst worked in concert with the Navy GeoReadiness team at the base and region levels.

Confidential

  • Federal contract through AECOM Technology Corporation, July 2008 to October 2012 at three military bases in Texas, South Carolina, and Missouri.
  • June 2012 to October 2012: Dyess Air Force Base Geographic Information Systems Analyst. This is similar to the first position. July 2011 to June 2012: Database Operations Lead for Air Force Central Command. I was responsible for ArcServer and ArcSDE maintenance, user support, and interaction with other database and system administrators. AFCENT directly supports airmen at several Air Force bases in the Middle East and Asia by using and answering questions from about ArcGIS, AutoCAD Map 3D, and AutoCAD Civil 3D as well as aerial imagery, airfield obstruction, and aircraft parking software. July 2008 to June 2011: Whiteman AFB GIS Analyst. Created electronic maps, provided ESRI and Trimble GPS user assistance, and provided relational database maintenance at Whiteman Air Force Base just east of Kansas City. Air Combat Command GeoBase used a mixture of Bentley MicroStation, AutoCAD Map 2010, and ArcGIS 9.3.1 from ESRI running on ArcGIS Server in a multiuser relational database via ArcSDE. Oracle 10g was also used.

Confidential

Temporary project employee for distribution design supporting a new substation planned at the former Stardust Casino and future Echelon Resort in Las Vegas using Autodesk Utility Design 2006. I also worked on substation wiring revisions for Louisville Gas and Electric using AutoCAD 2004, Commonwealth Edison with AutoCAD 2000, and another design project involving MicroStation v8.

Outside Plant Technician

Confidential

Drafting and measuring of cable television and fiber projects proposed as additions to electric power lines. I used Osmose Ocalc to determine sag, tension, guying, and capacity of power lines before and after proposed additions to the pole. Sought permits for guy wires from municipal public works departments.

GIS Technician

Confidential

GIS Technician contracted by a small MBE to work at the Nashville Electric Service GIS and Mapping Department. I added many new subdivisions from AutoCAD files and also scanned and added subdivision data from paper maps. Technician provided ArcGIS 9.1 and IBM CICS mainframe data entry and quality control, mainly on multifamily housing addresses. Edited maps and mainframe to reflect power poles that had been looked at in the field to see if pole numbers had fallen off and whether each pole had secondary, light, or phone attachments.

CAD Technician

Confidential

I drafted in MicroStation CAD for Norfolk Southern railway bridge and track projects. Copied and scanned bid sets for many short line railroads within Tennessee. Detailed office buildings in AutoCAD.

CAD Technician

Confidential

Used both AutoCAD versions 2000 and 2004 LT to detail four successive versions of 70 store remodeling projects. The purpose was to expand the equine and clothing departments in these stores. Technician helped a full time CAD expert, the store planning department staff, and visual merchandisers deal with the project planogram and architectural workload.

Confidential

Technician worked on some storm water protection plans as well as other drawings for a construction project.

CAD Technician

Confidential

Updated electric utility system maps using ArcGIS version 9.0, AutoCAD 2004 and Autodesk Map. Revised electric utility substation drawings in Bentley MicroStation v8, along with associated scanned drawings using Bentley I/RAS B. Clients included National Grid, Puget Sound Energy, and the City of Banning, California. Technician was sent on loan to Florida with short notice to supervise cleanup of hurricane debris for the City of Orlando.

CAD Technician

Confidential

Detailed box girder bridges for western Tennessee highways from scratch using MicroStation J. Revised bridge plans according to comments from engineers and hydrologists.

Confidential

I was a contract employee at American Transmission Company in the real estate department. I mapped high voltage power lines in northern Michigan and most of Wisconsin using ArcGIS 8.3 and aerial photography.

Data Services Foreman

Confidential

Collected GPS data in the field for Ameren UE, a large power company based in St. Louis. Data was about electric poles and the attached equipment from the power, cable, fiber optic, and telephone companies. I worked in remote rural areas alone with a Trimble backpack GPS to provide map data to our client.

Assistant Transportation Planner

Confidential

I was the assistant planner to regional transportation planning organization for both federal and state efforts to promote intergovernmental agreements on how to best spend transportation tax dollars. The use of highway, rail, pedestrian, and bus funding in southwest Washington required agencies to rate projects in order of priority. Responsible for leadership within five rural counties alongside existing planning manager personally responsible for determining urbanized area extent of Longview-Kelso, Washington/Rainier, Oregon metropolitan area. I was trained in TMODEL traffic planning software in Calgary.

CAD and GIS Technician

Confidential

Draftsman for traffic volume and flow studies on behalf of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Missouri DOT, Meijer, SuperAmerica, and other clients. I was loaned by the Milwaukee office to draft at the Denver office on a successful bid for Interstate 25 and light rail expansion. Drafting lead for Root River watershed flood control study by Parsons Engineering Science, on behalf of Wisconsin DNR and Milwaukee Metropolitan Sanitary District. Helped fix problems with ITS system and loop detectors on Milwaukee freeway system by checking actual speeds of vehicles with radar guns as part of a team.

Office Temporary

Confidential

Mailroom clerk and receptionist at Deloitte Consulting, receptionist at Wall-Fill Insulation, and data entry clerk at Hinsdale Hospital.

Studio Manager

Confidential

  • Took portraits and sold packages to customers in Wal-Mart and KMart studios across New York, Vermont and
  • New Hampshire. My role was as a floater to give a day off to other employees by traveling to permanent studios.

Data Control Clerk III Map Analysis and Review

Confidential

I updated town road maps and structure addresses using a GIS system called MapInfo 4.5. I collected GPS data in rural New Hampshire by truck for the Enhanced 911 agency.

GIS Conversion Technician

Confidential

I was trained in MicroStation on Clipper UNIX and then used Windows 95. Moved GPS data stacked up on one power pole to a cartographically logical position on maps for Des Moines Electric.

Community Development Intern and Office Assistant

Confidential

Hired as community development intern for AAAC, and then stayed on as newsletter folder and library book organizer for AAAC and CEOSS, a fundraising organization.

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