I've had a passion and interest in computers all my life. At an early age I've been assembling and configuring my whole families personal computers and networks. Which is what lead me to my current bachelors degree path Computer Information Systems, which I will be graduating with in December 2014. I am currently in an Entry Level IT position for Texas State University as a computer lab technician. I spent five years in the United States Marine Corps as an Avionics technician, which increased my leadership, troubleshooting, and drive to...
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Texas State University-Round Rock Campus Technology Center, Round Rock, TX
08/19/2013 - Present
Computer Lab Technician
Prepare, push, and pull laboratory wide system images through Symantec Ghost.
Implement java scripts, batch files, unattend files, and configured group policies for campus wide images.
Support faculty, staff, and students to use computer software and perform maintenance on lab hardware.
Lead lab technician in the training and supervising of Symantec Ghost implementation and VB script configurations for new Lab images.
Punching and rewiring of RJ11 and RJ45 8P8C modular plugs and jacks.
United States Marine Corps.
Shift Supervisor / Avionics Technician
Received two meritorious mass awards for graduating in the top five percent of AV-8B Harrier Avionics Communication / Navigation class.
Awarded Letter of Appreciation while performing duties for Toys of Tots.
Expert level knowledge regarding wiring connectors, soldering, terminals, wiring repair from single copper wire up to coaxial and triaxial cable repairs.
Increased personal performance by doubling as a Collateral Duty Inspector and Low Power Qualification, saving time consuming steps in the repair process.
Troubleshot and identified discrepancies to the component level, ensuring the right solution for the right problem every time while maintaining a safe work environment.
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