Engineered and Designed for local fiber and copper placement and utilization, operating on average annual budget of $15 million to $20 million.
This includes roughly 600 jobs per year which I directly oversee and manage in all stages of engineering and construction and billing.
Effectively training Engineers throughout the region in new systems and processes as the company conducts migration with Level3.
Designed 50+ miles of CAF II backbone fiber and 43 individual nodes and mid-nodes, which included over $600,000 reduced build cost across single project.
Efficiently designed in NDS and CAD and effectively worked through various company systems to meet deadlines and redesign for conflicts in road moves, augments and damaged aerial and underground facilities.
Continually coordinate with construction and splicing teams to build standards for designs and prints, which allows for reduced build times and financial feasibility.
Conduct site walks with business and residential customers to determine needs and walk customers through complex build processes.
Restored relationships with outside utility companies and municipalities and worked to determine future growth and conflicts for CenturyLink placement of copper and fiber cables.
Worked with and submitted to various permitting agencies, including the State of Oregon, Lane County, multiple city jurisdictions, Forest Service, Army Corps of Engineers and all foreign pole owners.
Also submitted applications for new power and service requests.
Currently responsible engineer for two counties and fifteen wire centers within the State of Oregon, including Blue River, Cottage Grove, Culp Creek, Eugene, Florence, Junction City, Leaburg, Lowell, Mapleton, Marcola, Oakridge, Roseburg, Springfield, Veneta, and Winston.
Awarded quarterly OSP Engineering Excellence award, and annual State OSP Engineering Excellence Award.
Station Technician September 2012 to October 2015Hawaiian Telcom
Awarded project manager for bulk multi dwelling unit consisting of 430 units to be wired for whole home video and networking, through utilization fiber optic feed of CAT6 wired Smart Home panels.
Expert in use of Greenlee Tempo Sidekick, 3M 970 and JDSU Smart class meters.
Became company trainer in testing for resistance and voltage drops.
Followed common structured cabling practices while installing 2 to 25 pair copper lines, RG59, RG6, Cat5e and Cat6e cabling.
Terminated to jacks of various sizes as well as 66 and 110 punch down blocks.
Achieved 60+ business and residential customer commendations in first year.
Awarded merit raise for superior service, to include less than 1% repeats, 95% ETA efficiency, and overall safety and performance.
Field Radio Operator February 2008 to February 2012United States Marine Corps
Maintained position as Company Senior RO for 2 companies during operations 10.1 and 10.2.
Also held position as Communications Chief during operation 10.1.
During peacetime operations, acted as Training Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) for 2+ years for a team of 5 junior ROs.
Trained and supervised ROs in the use of communications, how to properly task and talk to aircraft, and to professionally and effectively act as a Forward Air Controllers (FAC) designated RO.
Worked directly with Afghan National Police (ANP) to construct and build antenna for CB radio to communicate with other ANP stations, and trained them on preventive maintenance and proper setup of communications gear.
Communications Instructor for Team Small Unit Leaders Course (TSULC), and trained Small Unit Leaders on proper use, programming, and preventive maintenance of communications gear, as well as radio etiquette.
Accounted for over $200,000 worth of Harris Communications radios, Cryptographic Data Transfer Devices, and TACP gear to include lasers, rangefinders, and IR beacons.
Fulfilled a range of RO duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
Gained proficiencies and experience in: GBOSS Surveillance towers, Intelligence Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) operations, constructing HF antenna's, generator maintenance and repair, and running CAT-5 (Ethernet and phone lines) and RG6 (Coaxial lines) for COC enhancement and utilization.
Constructed SATCOM antenna mount for tactical vehicles which provided Marines with a safer and more effective method of communicating while mounted Constructed a base for Rover antenna which utilized a means of reflection to enhance video feeds for Combat Operations Center (COC) viewing.
Successfully coordinated over 20 Casualty Evacuations, including sending up 10-lines, following battalion and theater wide procedures, building landing zones, and coordinating with rotary wing assets supporting Casualty Evacuation.