Martin N. Langdon
320 Conway Court, McDonough, GA 30252 ___________________________________
OBJECTIVE: To obtain a challenging position within a company that will offer me the opportunity to achieve high standards. This will contribute to my professional growth and development, while I contribute to the success of the company.
9/07 Aaron Rents, Inc. Kennesaw, Georgia
To 11/09 IT Field Representative
Provide network support to the company and its franchise stores. Ensure new stores are setup and service ready prior to opening. Specific responsibilities include setup of network server and workstations; configuring printers, barcode readers, scanners and software. Install DSL router and modem in order to join system to the domain. Refresh hardware; reimage and upgrade operating systems. Provide technical support and remote assistance to resolve issues.
To 9/07 ITG, INC. Washington, DC
Provided onsite network support to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Washington, DC; performed routine service to the departmentâ€™s network, desktop computers and printers; Disconnected, moved and reconnected personal computers, laptops and printers; performed imaging and data migration; troubleshot NIC and cable issues.
3/03 ITG, INC. Falls Church, Virginia
To 6/07 Field Engineer
Installed desktop computers, laptops, printers and faxes; serviced and maintained all equipment; provided field service for several government facilities in the form of repairs and installation.
9/97 The Dynamic Difference Rockville, Maryland
To 3/03 Field Engineer
Worked onsite at Howard University supporting their Information Systems Department; installed software to include upgrades of current software and operating systems. Provided hardware repair, troubleshooting software and periodic maintenance of newly installed or established systems; provided consultations to determine business requirements, understanding user needs and service.
8/95 Computer Specialist, Inc. Rockville, Maryland
To 9/97 Field Engineer
Installed and built new computer systems; repaired equipment including desktops, networks, and printers. Installed new software to include upgrades of current software with new software training; provided technical assistance to resolve issues.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS Camp Pendleton, California
Corporal, E-4: Four-year term
Anti-tank Assault man: Trained to operate Missile launcher during tank assault; participated in combat training.
Marksmanship Instructor: Responsible for teaching recruits marksman techniques, rifle positions for combat ensuring recruits achieved qualifying marks in marksmanship program to enable them to proceed to next level of training.
Awards: Three good-conduct medals, numerous letters of appreciation from Base Commander for proficiency in training and service.
INSYTE Arlington, Virginia
Network+ and MCP Training 2006 -2007
TESST Electronics & Computer Institute Beltsville, Maryland
Diploma: Electronic Engineering Technology 1993 -1995
2 years – 2400 hrs.
New York City Technical College Brooklyn, N.Y.
Transferred to TESST Electronics 1986 -1987
References: Available upon request.