|Ronald E. Peacock Jr.
405 Bardon St.
Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: (330) 204-1742
|RSS TECHNOLOGIES / TU ROM NETWORK TECHNIQUES:
||November 1998 - Present
Technician/Consultant: Duties performed include, customer software
installation and hardware installation, equipment installation and cabling,
computer and peripheral equipment repair. Implement server and network
solutions for small business and home office customers. Assist with web
design and implement procedures. Consult with customers on network design,
setup and installation.
|WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY:
||September 1980 - April 1990
Field Service Technician: To perform preventive and remedial
maintenance on Western Union teletype equipment and third party maintenance
of various vendor equipment at customer locations. Assist and support
training of contract clientele. Work closely with customers to resolve
usage and device malfunctions. Maintain switching and line conditioning
equipment on assorted private and leased communication lines. Maintain
company vehicle, spare parts and equipment.
Top Secret Clearance.
Bench Technician: Quality control testing of new equipment prior
to installation at customer location. Setup, wiring, and testing of equipment
racks and communications bays. Total reconditioning of pre-owned telex
|TELESOURCE INC. Lyndhurst, NJ:
||March 1985 - June 1989
Field Technician: Installation of communications cable,
wiring, jacks and key systems. Construct, wire, test main/central distribution
frames and long distance dialer systems. Maintain, update and service
relevant customer equipment. Coordinate troubleshooting/fault isolation
with carrier companies and vendors.
|MASSACHUSETTS AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
||April 1985 - April 1986
Communications Specialist: Maintain a mobile communications
center for ANG tactical air command. Voice, data and switching circuits.
Secret/Top Secret clearance.
|UNITED STATES ARMY:
||June 1977 - June 1980
Technical Control Specialist: Responsible for coordinating
with end users and other Technical Control stations to test, troubleshoot
and isolate problems or potential problems on analog and digital communication
circuits. Conduct tests on terminal equipment, conditioning equipment,
multiplexing and transmission media on an entire channel or system path.
Schedule, complete and report all preventative maintenance and service
per established operating procedures. Take corrective action when applicable.
Maintain site central distribution frame, backup generator, parts inventory,
records, library and general upkeep and appearance.
Top Secret security clearance.
TS/SCI clearance granted by Department of Defense emergency waiver in 1978.
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