9618 Hill Trace Ct. Glen Allen, VA 23060 (804) 360.0030
Extremely knowledgeable and innovative computer engineer with superior ability in all forms of programming and systems design.
Seeking a position that will utilize my current skills for the benefit of the organization while strengthening my current knowledge base.
Have an excellent skill set which, combined with a strong work ethic, has enabled me to deliver creative, user-friendly systems on time and under budget throughout my career.
Though my resume seems to be more technical based, have written the software for many ASP based web sights that I would love to show you.
(C# & ASP). See my
Software Summary .
Major asset to your company would be the new and different approach to problems that sometimes seem difficult to overcome.
Been able to use a vast well rounded experience in giving simple solutions to very difficult problems.
With many years of experience, can write simple, fast and smooth-running programs that are very user-friendly.
If using software programs not currently familiar, other strengths can ensure
the learning of the new software quickly and easily.
Proficient in most Object Oriented Programming languages, including:
C#.NET and ASP.NET
Proficient in Programming languages, including:
ASP and SQL
PL1/PLM (Intel's language)
Proficient in Windows-based software applications, including:
MS Office (Word, Excel, Access) with Visual Basic, Publisher & Front
Most PLC Logic software.
Most Gate Array software.
Power Distribution, Inc. 2000-2017 Position Held: Design Engineer Duties: Designed a three phase AC voltage regulator, by serially injecting 2% to 16% increase or decreasing transformers. Added the
voltage and power calculations for a pannelboard monitor, the BCMS. Redesigned the current hardware for a new BCMS using a processor for each phase
of a panel board and a main processor for communication. Wrote fifteen different versions of software for this BCMS. Designed both hardware and
software used for the testing for the BCMS. Wrote the Service PC set up program for the BCMS. Designed both the hardware and software
power monitoring for PDI’s busway system. Designed both the hardware and software used for testing the busway monitoring system. Wrote
the PC software to setup the busway monitoring system. Received two Patents
Combined Access programs using Visual Basic that did all major accounting functions for small businesses. Utilized Java to input data into Excel to do all the company taxes.
Use C++ and C# where appropriate.
Worked with many local plants to assist staff in design and development of power systems to control operations. Responsible for the design of software enabling control units to access data for download from designated computers into programs such as Excel and Access. Responsible for writing software using SQL to enable direct load of data for later access. Responsible for the design of an instantaneous voltage monitoring used for a three-phase 1200 amp high-speed switch.
Power Distribution, Inc. &
Rail Bearing Service 1984-1991 (purchased by Timken) Position Held: Design Engineer Duties: Designed central monitoring system for 64 remotes, which monitored both analog and digital signals, reporting all alarms or values to the central monitoring system. Designed communications to the main system reporting all alarms. Designed a portable power monitoring system to report to a computer via modem; responsible for writing the software enabling display of this data on computer.
Reynolds Metals 1981-1984 (purchased by Alcoa) Position Held: Process Control Engineer Duties: Responsible for the design of the controls for an automated recycling machine. This machine, the first of its kind, separated aluminum from all other items planed in the hopper, weighed the contents, and paid the user for aluminum only. Engineered the software designed to communicate transactions and outages on all recycling machine of this type. Responsible for the control of aging furnaces used in Reynolds Metals labs. Responsible for ultrasonic tester used to test aluminum use on U.S. Space Shuttles.
Southern States Co-operative 1979-1981 Position Held: Process Control Engineer Duties: Responsible for design and implementation of new computerized process control systems. Responsible for design of both hardware and software for graphic video display of industrial processes and the communications by which its operations were reported. Responsible for development of a process by which problems were diagnosed and repaired on process control systems for existing computer.
Virginia Electric and Power Co. ( now named Dominion Virginia Power) 1971-1979 Position Held: Engineer Duties: Responsible for the hardware of a real-time computer system used by the system operation on generation control and load flow analysis. Responsible for regional planning, with duties including the monitoring of substations and circuit loads. Responsible for the development and presentation of a yearly budget, outlining in detail long-range economic solutions to projected load problems. Responsible for assisting the district in determining proper location and settings of regulators and capacitor banks.
PDI's Busway monitering system Designed both the hardware and software for the busway syster.
PDI's Panelboard monitering system Designed a three phase Panalboard monitor which will read up to 84 branch circuits. Enabled the BCMS to read from 12 to 72 branch circuits.
PDI's Voltage Regulator Designed a 1% three phase series injection AC voltage regulator.
Railroad Bearing Lateral and Greaser Modified an existing design with the addition of a computer to the bearing lateral, greatly increasing its accuracy - added pressure regulators to make it self calibrating.
Reynolds Metals Reverse Vending Machine Designed both hardware and software to separate aluminum from other
trash and metals.
The Vending Machine then paid the customer for the weight of the aluminum only.
Process Control Batching System Designed and programmed one controller board to replace six types of existing boards and their software, eliminating daily breakdowns. This system is still in place at Southern States, and has suffered no outages in 15 years.