Telecommunications & Information Systems (T&IS) Supervisor at The Marine Spill Response Corporation

Telecommunications & Information Systems (T&IS) Supervisor

Extensive Unix scripting, and patch-package delivery experience, utilized for the highest Tier 1-4 support of over 500 full-time field staff and their Mac desktops, laptops, and other (LDAP) synchronized devices dynamically changing positions around the United States and our US coastlines, 24 hours a day, 365 days each year.

Provided detailed, equipment and documented imaging and maintenance standards, for strict-audited government security compliance.

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LAN Team Support Supervisor for the Human Genome Research Institute

Local Area Network (LAN) Team Support Manager: Service Desk Manager

Ed Arnold played a critical role in Scientific History while serving as a key member of the Information Technology support management team during the height of the Human Genome Project (HGP), a monumental international effort to map the entire human genome. It was widely understood and accepted our mission was making and publishing significant scientific advances into the public domain so they could not be monopolized for private patented gains; in other words discovery’s that we made were not for profit and helped everyone.

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Electronic Librarian

Local Area Network Manager: Digital Librarian

In the pioneering days of the digital printing revolution 1990’s, I had the unique opportunity to work as a digital librarian at Direct Press. We were a truly innovative company, the first of our kind to offer nationwide, all-digital printing services. Our secret weapon was “crowd-sourced ganged printing,” a method that allowed us to combine multiple small print jobs into larger runs, drastically reducing costs for clients who couldn’t otherwise afford high-quality color printing.

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