Resume Templates: Telecommunications it Professional


John Doe
1234 Fake Lane, MA, 99999, Cell:(000)-000-0000,

Results-driven professional with experience in all aspects of telecommunications, satellite and IP-based information systems, client and vendor relations, and telecommunications project management. Team player adept at working with customers, clients, and management to implement innovative technical solutions in support of business and operational objectives. Uncompromising approach to ensuring client satisfaction, improving operational processes, and attaining company performance targets. Proactive problem solver, recommending technical solutions to senior-level management, with careful consideration to bottom line, feasibility, and ease of use. Broad background in working with the Department of Defense and the U.S. military.

IP Technician II September 2012 to Current Rome Research Corporation Landstuhl, Germany Operate and maintain Teleport IP, RHN and DVB-RCS systems, with responsibility for maintaining the highest levels of system reliability and integrity. Oversee the programming and troubleshooting of Cisco routers and switches, call managers, Redcom, SNMPC, EBEM with ESEM module, iDirect Hubs, Linkstar, and Linkway. Provide expertise for Digital Video Broadcast-Receive Channel Satellite (DVB-RCS) System. Maintain, utilize, troubleshoot and configure DVB-RCS HUB and suites. Operation and Maintenance Technician II January 2004 to September 2012 Rome Research Corporation Landstuhl, Germany Held responsibility for operating and maintaining fixed satellite communications equipment for C, Ku, Ka, and X-band operations. Developed expertise in diverse satellite equipment. Satellite and Wideband Communications Equipment Technician January 2003 to January 2004 U.S. Air Force Ramstein, Germany Played key role in ongoing operations and maintenance of fixed satellite communications equipment. Isolated, repaired and replaced electronic and electromechanical equipment with highest degrees of accuracy and attention to detail. Satellite and Wideband Equipment Crew Chief January 2002 to January 2003 U.S. Air Force Camp Humphreys, USA Maintained and used satellite ground mobile forces systems. Expanded knowledge in utilization of AN/TSC 100A/ 94A, AN/TRC-170 (V) 2&3, Wideband Terminals, AN/GRC-239 Tropo Satellite Support Radio (TSSR), AN/TER-170, Radio Set, AN/FCC-100 Time-Division Multiplexer, URC-119/URC-121, HF Radio System, AN/TAC-1 Fiberoptic Interface Unit, RMC Remote Multiplexer Combiner, voice and data encryption devices (KY 57, KG 84 & 94). Delivered comprehensive training to new technicians in troubleshooting and diagnosing systems to component level. Tactical Satellite Systems Operator January 2000 to January 2002 U.S. Air Force Aviano Air Base, Italy Operated satellite ground mobile forces systems, in addition to training new personnel on capabilities and limitations of electronics equipment. Used five separate communications systems in support of Operation Southern Watch, Kuwait.

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