My experience and background cover a wide array of technology environments including Semiconductor Equipment Servicing, Network Administration, Web Development, Database Administration, Project Management, Technical Training, and Technical Management.
In addition to a strong set of technical skills my most valuable asset is my ability to adapt to any environment, ascertain and diagnose problems and offer viable solutions.
My career began in the semiconductor industry first as an equipment technician then as an Equipment Engineer, Field Service Engineer, and lastly as a Field Service Operations Manager.
During the mid 1990′s as equipment user interfaces began to migrate into the PC based controls I also began to educate myself in computer networking and operating systems becoming the focal point for all software installations in the Southwestern region for Lam Research.
In 1998 I went back to school to pursue a BS in Information Systems and obtain my Microsoft Certification. By 1999 I had completed the IS program at California Baptist University and received my Microsoft MCP certifications.
I continued in the semiconductor until 2004 when, after being caught up in one of many industry wide Reduction In Force announcements, I decided to make a permanent change into the IT world. From there I have filled many rolls as Network Technician, Database Administrator, Project Manager, and Web Developer.
Today I split my time between website development and call center support.