Chad Wolfsheimer firstname.lastname@example.org 11402 Duryea Drive Mobile Phone: 703.887.5243 Potomac, MD 20854 Home Phone: 301.983.2409 SUMMARY Chad Wolfsheimer is a highly motivated professional with strong networked systems design skills and technical expertise in fast- paced, technology-driven environments, including information technology, data and storage management, and enterprise resource planning. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE The Motley Fool; Alexandria, VA Jan 2001 – present Senior Systems Engineer, Enterprise Systems Architect Intern, Summer 2000 Project Management Implemented a storage area network to support a Coordinated implementation of server backup storage hardware platform change for all database systems, saving subsystem, backup schedules, and backup server network the company $1 million per year. communications at new server site, ensuring integrity of Administered design and operation of networked systems corporate information and providing disaster recovery monitoring with BMC Patrol and Mercury Interactive capabilities. (previously Freshwater Software) SiteScope, providing a Designed and led re-engineering and configuration of all central location to easily obtain server performance data Unix/Linux servers to sustain optimal performance for analysis and optimization. through entire data center move with zero downtime, Led testing and design of systems for deployment with saving the company $500,000 annually. RLX Technologies chasses and server blades to reduce data center footprint by nearly 50 percent. Major Responsibilities Ensured 24/7 uptime of 250 Windows (NT, 2000) and Wrote scripts to manage multiple Unix servers, enabling Unix (Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD) servers in an internal fast, standardized, error-free upgrades network-wide. network and an Internet server facility, enhancing both Managed data across multiple servers and operating internal and external customer experience with the site. systems, presenting data in a form for efficient analysis. Designed standards for Unix servers and installations. Operated DNS (BIND, F5 3DNS), NFS, NIS, Samba, Established auto-install processes and wrote load balancers for web site (F5 BigIP), and other documentation for duplication and use, enabling team protocols, ensuring interoperability of mission critical members to quickly deploy tested, functional servers. subsystems. Supported application developers to accommodate Administered storage systems including Network software needs, installations, upgrades, permissions, and Appliance (F720, F740, F840) and implemented backup storage space considerations, providing timely response and restoration solutions using Veritas NetBackup and for business critical requirements. StorageTek tape libraries (L180, L700), minimizing Evaluated new technology, vendors, and service providers system downtime and maximizing employee productivity to recommend purchase and partnership solutions, in the event of information systems failure. empowering executives to make qualified, informed decisions. Capital Technology Information Services; Rockville, MD Summer 1999 Systems Engineering Intern Performed hardware and software support for 150 on-site Researched network protocols, technical information users, maximizing end user productivity. about network configurations and cable types, and Installed, configured, and standardized Windows 95, 98, network hardware capabilities (Cisco), providing NT Workstation 4.0, and NT Server 4.0 computers, information useful for future expansion decisions. increasing speed of system deployment. Evaluated, designed, and configured Microsoft Systems Moved from technical support department to management Management Server 1.2 (“SMS”), integrating network of information services department in order to better utilize monitoring and endpoint management. design and resource planning skills. Researched differences between SMS 1.2 and SMS 2.0, Researched and developed cost-effective anti-virus and proposed services and functions for integrating SMS solutions for the company, preventing engineers from 2.0 into the network, providing key information used in a spending time eliminating viruses and restoring data, and cost-benefit analysis of the need for SMS upgrade. saving roughly $50,000 annually in time and data. Department Of Computer Science, Brown University; Providence, RI Springs 1998, 2000 Head Teaching Assistant (Spring 2000), Teaching Assistant (Spring 1998): Educational Software Seminar Managed three other teaching assistants. Offered Prepared course materials and led classes in basic instruction and course expertise to give direction for software development. Graded programs and course interaction with student groups. Provided technical and work. group dynamics advice to aid teaching assistants. Mentored project groups to answer questions and check progress. Maryland Virtual High School & Montgomery Blair H.S.; Silver Spring, MD Oct 1994 – Jun 1996 Systems Administrator Installed, configured, secured, and maintained Linux Montgomery County Public School system. Configured servers in fifteen schools. Served as technical support via and maintained hubs, network wiring, routers, and telephone, e-mail, and site visits. modems. Trained new systems administrators in the use of Performed user support, account creation and removal, Maryland Virtual High School (“MVHS”) servers. Wrote and system backups and restorations. Provided technical literature for the MVHS schools’ reference. Macintosh software upgrades and user training. Ran a listserv for discussion of technology in education. Wrote programs to solve Unix related problems and to Operated network and five mainframe servers in a 24/7 automate tasks. environment: VAX/VMS (1000 users), Linux server Established usage policies and procedures. (1500 users), base/master Linux server for MVHS Attended leadership and scientific conferences to discuss schools, IBM AIX special projects machine (300 users), effective plans and implementations of new technology in Alpha/OSF1 mainframe supporting a nameserver for the education and to present current MVHS projects. National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD Summer 1995 Intern, Departments of Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiological Research & Multimodality Image Processing System Monitored a network of Unix (IRIX) and Windows (NT, Configured remote access to NIH’s computer networks. WfW) servers and Macintosh clients. Provided Macintosh system support and software Installed and maintained three web servers. Designed upgrades. departmental web pages. EDUCATION Brown University; Providence, RI Graduated Dec 2000 Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science Related course work: Algorithms and Data Structures, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering in Computer Systems, Educational Software Seminar, C++, Operating Systems, Models of Computation. Montgomery Blair High School; Silver Spring, MD Graduated Jun 1996 Science / Mathematics / Computer Science Magnet Program Related course work: Algorithms and Data Structures in Complex Analysis, Networking and Systems Pascal, Analysis of Algorithms, Modeling and Simulation Administration. (STELLA, C, Pascal, Fortran), Discrete Mathematics, CERTIFICATIONS AND WORKSHOPS Cisco Certified Network Associate (“CCNA”), certified MCP: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows December 26, 2001. NT Server 4.0, certified September 8, 1999. Microsoft Certified Professional (“MCP”): Networking Advanced NetBackup course from Veritas, graduated Essentials, certified August 19, 1999. April 2001. RELEVANT EXPERTISE Windows (95, 98, NT, 2000) SMTP, Mailer software Internet Explorer & Netscape RAID arrays Unix (Linux, Solaris, AIX, (sendmail, qmail, postfix) BMC Patrol Compaq RA4000/8000 OSF1, FreeBSD) DNS (BIND), DHCP, WINS Freshwater SiteScope Veritas NetBackup 3.4 X Window System (X11) SSH, VPN, NAT F5 BigIP & 3DNS Networking equipment Shell scripting (bash, csh, perl) NFS, NIS Network Appliance filers Data management Sed, awk Remote control solutions RLX Technologies systems Project management C, C++, Pascal, Java (TSC, PCA, VNC) StorageTek DLT tape libraries Systems security TCP/IP stack and clients StarOffice, MS Office SAN, NAS Web servers (Apache, NCSA, products EMC Symmetrix systems IIS) Transform Response Brocade switches LEADERSHIP & COMMUNITY EXPERIENCE Alpha Delta Phi Society: A Coeducational Literary Society; Morton Grove, IL Nov 1998 – Oct 1999 Undergraduate Member of the Board of Governors Acted as liaison between the Board of Governors and all Arranged, ran, and recorded meetings of undergraduate undergraduates of the Society. representatives from each chapter of the Alpha Delta Phi Attended meetings as a voting member of the Board of Society. Governors. Promoted coeducation and gender equality inside and Designed and compiled a standardized process through outside of the Society. which each prospective member joins the Alpha Delta Ensured and upheld throughout the Society chapters the Phi. morals, ideals, and goals of the Alpha Delta Phi Society. Attended the 4th/167th Convention and Leadership Training Conference at Columbia University, New York City. Brunonian Chapter, Alpha Delta Phi Society; Providence, RI 1997 – 2000 President (May 1999 – Dec 1999) Oversaw all affairs of the chapter with a $15,000 budget. Attended meetings as a representative to the Brown Organized and ran regular meetings of the nearly sixty- University Greek Council. member chapter. Maintained constant communication with Brown University administration. Vice President (May 1998 – May 1999) Conducted relations with other chapters and with graduate Arranged the annual photograph composite of the members of the Society. undergraduate Brotherhood. Maintained a chapter database of graduate members. Recording Secretary (Dec 1999 – May 2000) Literary Chair (May 1998 – Dec 1998) Corresponding Secretary (Dec 1997 – May 1998) Camp Shohola; Greeley, PA 1994, 1996 - 1998 Second Waterfront Director, Water Safety Instructor (Summer 1998) Taught, conducted, and evaluated courses. Organized and recruited members of the Swim Team. Oversaw lifeguards and instructors. Coached swimmers aged ten through fifteen during the Took inventory and repaired equipment. Pike County camps swim meet. Set up, repaired, and opened the waterfront for the camp season (Summer 1997). Counselor, Waterfront Instructor, Lifeguard (Summers 1994, 1996 - 1998) Oversaw nine campers in a cabin each month. Instructed courses in American Red Cross swimming and lifesaving, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, rowboating, and windsurfing. Gudelsky Swim Program; Rockville, MD Sep 1994 - May 1996 Volunteer Instructor Instructed disabled persons to swim to the best of their abilities. LIFESAVING QUALIFICATIONS American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor, Rhode American Red Cross Lifeguard, includes waterfront Island Chapter, Wayne-Pike Chapter of Pennsylvania, module, 1994 to 2001. May 1998 to present. Certified in American Red Cross Cardiopulmonary American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Instructor, May Resuscitation (“CPR”) for the Professional Rescuer, 1994 1999 to Dec 2000. to 2001. Completed American Red Cross Instructor Candidate Certified in American Red Cross Community First Aid Training, Mar 1998. and Safety, 1994 to 2001.