MISSION STATEMENT: Scientist/Engineer with over ••••• years experience with government and private sector businesses. Worked in many areas of computers from multimedia to scientific data collection. Platforms included networking, LAN, Win •••••/•••••/•••••/NT DOS, MacIntosh, PDP, IBM/••••• Able to collect and process through large amounts of data in timely and accurate manner enabling tight project deadlines to be met. Careful, accurate style results in few mistakes, maximizing efficiencies of project operations. Friendly employee able to get along in todays team based atmosphere.•••••WORK EXPERIENCE
Syracuse Language Systems
March •••••July •••••
Audio Production Engineer for a multimedia software developer. Responsible for audio recording, editing, conversion to digital storage and quality control with strong emphasis on attention to detail. Organized and processed large quantities of audio data for speech recognition usage in foreign language CD-ROM products. Assisted in construction of and utilized a Windows based Local Area Network for team-based development work. Extensive Internet experience included fast efficient information searches and experience with HTML coding. In my tenure at this company, it grew from six employees to over one hundred. During this period of growth, tasks outside my area of responsibility were routinely assigned to me.•••••United States Army - Fort Belvoir Research, Development, and Engineering Center
May ••••• August •••••
Employed as a Health Physicist for the Radiation Research Group. Job tasks included conducting radiation surveys, operating multichannel analyzer and liquid scintillation counters, requisitioning computer related equipment, and writing and compiling reports, operating procedures, and organizational databases on an IBM PC. Held standard secret clearance.•••••Syracuse University
September ••••• May •••••
Tutored and assisted for two years then taught for two years in Syracuse University Math Departments remedial algebra program. Responsibilities included lecturing, grading, one-on-one tutoring, clerical work, and advising.•••••EDUCATION
Syracuse University - Bachelor of Science degree in Physics Awarded May ••••••••••PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Completed Dale Carnegie Course March ••••• •••••PROFESSIONAL HONORS
United States Army Belvoir Research, Development, and Engineering Center Commanders Award, October •••••, for work in radon gas detection.
United States Army Belvoir Research, Development, and Engineering Center Commanders Award, October •••••, for work in computer communications.•••••VOLUNTEER SPIRIT
Volunteer of the Year for •••••?••••• at NYS Hutchings Center for work with the Rehabilitation Unit.
Technical Volunteer •••••, •••••, •••••, ••••• ••••• with NorthEast Sustainable Energy Centers Tour de Sol, solar/electric car rally.•••••INTERESTS Race car engineering, Tennis, Travel, Nature hikes, Photography•••••REFERENCES: Available upon request.