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Adjunct Instructor Resume

Atlanta, GA

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Software Knowledge: IOS, IOS - XE, IOS-XR, NX-OS, Cisco Prime 3.0, Cisco MSE, Cisco ISE, Cisco iWAN & Viptella, LiveAction, Cisco VOIP, Infoblox, VMware, Visio

Networking Protocols: PKI, Radius, 802.1X, EAP-TLS, IPsec, DMVPN, VPN, MPLS, MPLS-VPN, VRF, LDP, BGP, EIGRP, OSPF, DWDM, Metro-E, DS3, PRI, QOS, Multicast, WCCP, VPC, VSS, HSRP, VRRP, LACP, H.323, MGCP, SIP, RTP, Mobile IP, CDMA, 3G,4G

Programming Languages: Python, Postman, HTML5, PHP, C/C++, Assembly

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Confidential, Atlanta, GA

Adjunct Instructor

Responsibilities:

  • Taught advanced topics of Cisco routing and switching using RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, VTP, and other layer 2 and 3 protocols, using simulation software and physical hardware to build labs outlined in the curriculum
  • Taught introductory level networking topics to include OSI model, sub-netting, and IP protocols

Confidential, Atlanta, GA

Sr. Wireless Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Design, plan, and manage the Wired and Wireless Network infrastructures for Corporate Offices, Campuses, and Global WAN sites
  • Interface with architects, project managers, vendors, and management to perform pre-sales evaluations of products, specifications, features, benefits, and pros/cons
  • Collaborate with Internal/External Teams to build POC and lab staging environments in order to test, verify, and deploy new architectures into the Enterprise.
  • Design, Plan, and implement Campus Wired/Wireless projects and migrations
  • Work with Management team and select vendors to draft and develop SOW/BOM
  • Align current and future business strategies with technology solutions that fit the business and customer needs, and aligns with vendors best practice methodologies
  • Develop documentation and provide training to Network Operations team on newly deployed technologies

Hardware Managed:

Cisco Catalyst 2960, 3650, 3750x, 3850, 4500, 4500X, 6500 Cisco Aironet 2702 LWAP APs, Cisco 5508, and 8510 WLC, WCS, Prime, MSE, WIPs, ACS, Cisco Nexus 9k,7k, 5k, 3k, 2k switches, Cisco ASR 1k, ISR 2800, 2900, 3800, 3900,4300 series routers

Confidential, Celebration, FL

Principle Wireless Network Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Managed Wired and Wireless Network infrastructures for The Walt Disney World Orlando Campus, East Coast Corporate Offices & Consumer Stores, and WAN sites
  • Participate with Disney’s Strategy and Architecture Teams to lab test, verify, and deploy new architecture plans for hardware\software networking platforms
  • Interface with architects, project managers, vendors, and management to perform pre-sales evaluations of products, specifications, features, benefits, and pros/cons
  • Collaborate with cross functional teams in different time zones to perform move, add, changes, and migrations to core network devices to deliver network solutions for Disney Business Units worldwide
  • Perform RF Wi-Fi site surveys to determine coverage gaps, AP placement, and signal interference issues
  • Prepare test plans and document core network changes in accordance to change management and service delivery policies and procedures
  • Stay current with implemented and forecasted technologies in current network environment by reading DRD, standards documents, white papers, and performing all other duties as assigned

Hardware Managed:

Cisco Catalyst IE3000, 2960, 3750x, 4500, 4900M, 6500, Sup7203B&2T Cisco Aironet 1100, 1200, 1500, 3500, 3600 LWAP APs, Cisco Wisms, 2500, 4404, 5508, and 8510 WLC, WCS, Prime, Cisco Nexus 7k, 5k, 2k switches, Cisco ASR 9k, ISR 2800, 2900, 3800, 3900 series routers, Aruba 6000 Mobility Controllers, RAPs: 2,3,5, Aruba Airwave & Clearpass, Evertz 9000 DWDM Demux/Mux, NMS related network task in Vital QIP, Netcool

Confidential, Atmore, AL

Network Administrator

Responsibilities:

  • Administered IT Network operations in 24/7/365 Casino and Resort environment to include maintaining of network uptime for all networks within enterprise, resort facilities, and regional properties which included PC’s, Kiosk, Application Servers, Call Center IP telephony services, VOD services, Corporate and Guest wireless, Surveillance network infrastructure, Point of Sales systems, and Casino Class II Gaming IP system
  • Assisted IT Director and Corporate Networking Team during budget season to identify future projects and/or upgrades that may be beneficial to PCI and Wind Creek facilities Operational and architectural design initiatives
  • Conducted product evaluations and pre-sales activities with Corp IT, sale engineers, system engineers, and vendors for regional network hardware and software projects
  • Served as an escalation point between Local and Corporate Network Team’s
  • Maintained network documentation of all LAN/WAN network infrastructures, Vendor WAN circuits, structured layer 1 cabling, network infrastructure upgrades, new site plans, backups, and disaster recovery
  • Provisioning of Cisco Call Manager and telephony services to include adding new dial plans, internal translations/masking, DID numbers, SRST, SNR

Hardware Managed:

Cisco 800, 2800, 2900, 3800, and 3900 ISR G1/G2 routers, Nexus 7009, Catalyst 6513, 3750, 3560, 2960,Cisco UCS B-chassis and 6120 fabric extenders, Cisco WAAS Express, Cisco ASA 5500, Cisco WLC/WCS, Cisco 1042N,1252, 1500 LWAP AP’s, Cisco IP Phones:79xx, Cisco VG224, Motorola 6511 Hospitality AP’s

Software Managed:

Microsoft Server 2003/2008: AD, Radius, Network Policy Servers, IIS, Exchange/SQL Server 2008, VMware Server, Solar Winds Network Management Suite, Cisco Call Manager 8.0 integrated with Microsoft Unified Messaging and Nevotek Voicemail, Cisco Call Manager Express, Cisco CUPS, Symantec Backup Exec

Confidential, AL

Adjunct Instructor

Responsibilities:

  • IT320/321 (Cisco Advanced Routing and Switching) - Taught advanced topics of Cisco routing and switching using RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, VTP, and other layer 2 and 3 protocols, using simulation software and physical hardware to build labs outlined in the curriculum
  • IT220 (Introduction to Networking) - Taught fundamentals of networking to include OSI model, IP protocols, networking hardware and software that encompasses layers 1-7

Confidential, Wetumpka, AL

Network Technician/Engineer

Responsibilities:

  • Provided remote and onsite break fix network technical support and consultation to assigned K-12, ISP customers for LAN/WAN/Wi-fi/VOIP network tickets (1000+users)
  • Configured, Installed, and managed Windows 2003 DNS, DHCP, Domain Controllers, E-mail, SNMP, Anti-virus, and Cisco Call Manager Servers
  • Management of Cisco PIX firewalls to include setting up VPN accounts, applying static NAT translations, and performing IOS software upgrades
  • Terminated and repaired fiber and copper Ethernet runs in various structured cabled network facilities
  • Aided Account Managers with gathering customer requirements and network documentation to assist with RFPs, SOW, and BOM for network Switching/Routing/Wi-Fi/Voice hardware projects

Software Managed:

Windows Server NT/2003/2008 to include AD, DNS, DHCP, E-mail, SNMP, Anti-Virus, and Web Application services

Hardware Managed:

Cisco 2800, 3800 ISR G1/G2 routers, Catalyst 3750, 3750M, 2960G,2940, PIX and ASA firewalls, Cisco VPN Client, Cisco 4400 WLC, WCS, 10xx,12xx LWAPP& FAT AP’s, Cisco IP Phones:79xx, Cisco VG224, Cisco Call Manager and Unity Server 7800 MCS series servers, Cisco UCS-C servers, Tandberg

Confidential, Auburn, AL

Network Technician

Responsibilities:

  • Maintained and supported all College of Business owned lab, classroom, and staff PC’s, within a Enterprise Windows AD Environment
  • Obtained CCNA/CCDA in Training Camp’s Seven Day Accelerated Boot Camp
  • Provided break\fix technical support to help desk users and staff for instructional equipment and software related applications
  • Was responsible for building all ghost images for newly arriving non-standard laptops and desktops
  • Familiar with using common engineering tools and software to analyze and model analog\digital signals contained in wireless communication systems
  • Wireless signal modulation, multiplexing, and access schemes: FDD,TDD, FDMA,TDMA, CDMA, OFDMA, CSMA/CD, DSSS, DBSC
  • Cell capacity planning and placement of RAN elements using Cell Clustering, Sectoring, Frequency Re-use, and Tele-traffic engineering
  • Understanding of 3GPP mobility standards and high level EPC architecture and the system elements contained within GSM,UMTS,GPRS,CDMA,EV-DO,EDGE,2G,3G, LTE, Wi-Fi, and IMS networks
  • Confidential 's Lunabot Excavator Senior Electrical and Software Engineering Robotics design team- Our team implemented a new embedded electrical system design using OSS for onboard communication system for robot to connect using the bandwidth limited Wi-Fi connection provided to receive serial commands from X-box 360 controller via laptop to onboard microcontroller. Wrote software interface in Python Scripting Language to capture video streams from software running onboard robot cameras and display on Central Command Station via same Wi-Fi connection
  • Worked with two team members to design and write C code that implemented a multicast routing protocol based on On-Demand Routing Protocol (ODMRP) for disseminating up-to-date GPS correction information from a Linux server node to another selected Linux node in mobile Ad-hoc wireless network
  • Built a test lab using EMONA TIMS hardware to demonstrate Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum vs. Double Sideband Suppressed Carrier Modulation to avoid detection during transmission

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