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David Edstrom

1205 NE 153rd Ave. Portland, OR 97230 Cell 503-746-3682 Email __________________________________________________________________________________________________ INFORMATION SYSTEMS / NETWORK TECHNICIAN

Industry certified network technician and administrator with a Top Secret clearance. Motivated professional with the ability to quickly learn and master any computer system in a high-paced environment. Exhibits the depth of knowledge and resourcefulness necessary for complex problem solving and project management. Proven talent for driving projects to successful completion on time under critical deadlines.

Core Competencies
LAN/WAN Administration Cyber Security Operations Project Management System and Domain Administration Equipment Configuration / Installation Problem Solving/Troubleshooting

__________________________________________________________________________________________ Professional Experience

Oregon State University, College of Engineering September 2013 Present Information Technology Support Specialist -Install and configure operating systems, software, and hardware required by student body, faculty and staff. Respond to user and faculty reported difficulties, inquiries, and requests and if necessary troubleshoot, resolve, and document issues. Monitor the networks, and maintain computer lab readiness for the various College of Engineering schools. Department of Defense, U.S. NAVY: Tactical Operations Command April 2011 September 2013 Information Systems Administrator / Information Assurance Officer -Provided first line response troubleshooting to user reported technical issues involving software, servers, PCs, Printers, VoIP phones, KVMs, Tandbergs, and other peripherals. -Ensured security posture of networks of varying classification, up to SCI, through regular software patching, base lining, and monitoring of network equipment logs. Utilized various software resources such as Retina Scanner, HBSS, and Symantec to baseline, monitor, scan, and correct issues with networked and stand-alone systems. -Installed, upgraded, and configured network encryption devices (KG-175E100/Ds), routers, and switches including: setting up tunnels, VPN, ACLs, and all other facets necessary to build and maintain secure communication channels to distant host servers IAW DoD Policy and SLAs. Department of Defense, U.S. NAVY: Computer and Telecommunications Station September 2010 April 2011 Workcenter Supervisor / Communications Watch Officer -In charge of personnel at four communication sites in various locations during 12 hour watches. Managed operations in the Technical Control Facility, and ensured the daily operation of over 250 critical circuits. Trained, managed and certified 15 personnel in the daily completion of equipment maintenance, upkeep and logistics reporting, ensuring 98 percent equipment readiness necessary for command operations. -Monitored, troubleshot, and corrected hardware and software outages of IDNX, ATM, and MSPP equipment per DISA and local guidance in order to maintain necessary communications in the European and Africom Theaters. __________________________________________________________________________________________________

Professional Certifications/ Education

-Certifications: Security+, Network+, A+, Server+ and CCNA. -Certified United States Naval Information Systems Technician -IAT-II certified per regulation DoD 8570.1 __________________________________________________________________________________________________

Technical Proficiencies
Installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of Windows XP, 7, and Server 200 Troubleshooting software, hardware, and network issues. Operation and troubleshooting of various cryptographic equipment

Basic router, switch, server installation and troubleshooting Good oral and written communication skills Personal and professional references, as-well-as credential documentation available upon request