I am currently studying Database Administration and I would like to bring my experience in both information technology and in customer service to you. With my experience in these areas, I am unstoppable. I have communications skills which mean I have very good listening skills. These skills allow me to understand the client’s needs and I am then able to take their needs and implement them into the project(s) that need to be completed.


  • Practical Experience With Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Desktop Publishing, Relational Database Management Systems and Enterprise Email Clients
  • Small Network Infrastructure
  • Hierarchical Network Infrastructure
  • Windows Administration
  • Database Management & Administration
  • Data Warehouse Support
  • Database Development I
  • Database Design II
  • Database Backup & Recovery
  • Introduction to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Security (Cyber)
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Python
  • Computer Hardware Tear Assembly and Troubleshooting
  • Semiconductor and Digital Circuits
  • High-Reliability Soldering
  • Enterprise Email Server Systems
  • Small to Medium Cisco Network Administration
  • Unix Server and Client Operating System Administration
  • Scripting
  • Project Management
  • Professional Development


  • I am the treasurer of the NSCC HTCIA Atlantic Student Chapter(High Technology Crime Investigation Association) Atlantic Chapter
  • HTCIA International Conference in Orland, Fl., August 29, 2015, to September 2, 2015 – Social Media Specialist
  • AtlSecCon (Atlantic Security Conference) 2016 – Media Recording Specialist
  • Tall Ships 2009 and 2012 – Marine Security Supervisor for the 2009 Tall Ships, responsible for the afternoon and evening shifts to make sure the safety of the public was taken care of. In 2012 I was working with the Tall Ships at the Pirate Haunted House (a special for this event put on by Fear the Darkness Haunted House).
  • Canada Winter Games February 2011 – Asset Protection Supervisor for the Athletes Village. Responsible for the safety and security of the young athletes.
  • Tim Horton’s Brier 2010 – Asset Protection. Responsible for the secure locations only athletes were allowed. Verifying proper accreditations.
  • Fear the Darkness Haunted House 2009 to Present (Every October) – In-House manager, responsible for getting equipment set up and repaired as necessary. Setting other volunteers up with their positions.
  • HRM MS Chapter 2012 – Treasurer, responsible for maintaining the chapter’s deposits and balances of fundraisers held. I also have created promotional brochures for last year’s May Is MS Awareness special meeting.
  • SWATCH Sand jam in Halifax in 2012 and 2013 – Athlete Attendant, ensure athletes are hydrated while on the court.
  • Nova Scotia Royal International Tattoo 2010 to 2012 – Backstage Marshall responsible for keeping performers out of areas not aloud and keeping the noise levels down during show times and kept the show moving gracefully behind the scenes.

Shipper/Receiver; Oct. 2006 – Sept. 2008
Diesel & Auto Electric

  • Managed inventory
  • Worked directly with the various vendors
  • Traveled to various sites for client’s needs

Parts Manager; Aug. 2003 – Oct. 2006
J.W. Burley Holdings

  • Spreadsheets used for scheduling a staff of 12 parts personnel
  • Daily reconciliation of parts orders and inventories
  • Dealt directly with customer comments and complaints
  • Head of the OH&S Committee
  • Dealt with various suppliers for the parts and service departments
  • Assembly of Baja Motorsports dirt bikes and ATV’s

Warranty Administrator; May 2001 – July 2003
O’Regan’s Lexus Toyota Dartmouth

  • Responsible for dealing directly with customer vehicle warranty repair.
  • Use of automotive software for shop coordination
  • Ran the automotive detailing department, where attention to detail was a must

Parts Advisor; Sept. 1999 – May 2001
Bruce Stone Enterprise

  • Responsible for inventory control
  • Tier 1 and 2 customer inquiries and support
  • Responsible for cash balancing

Assistant Manager; Feb. 1995 – Sept. 1999
Ultramar Canada

  • Responsible for dealing directly with customer service.
  • Responsible for inventory control
  • Deal directly with various vendors
  • Spreadsheets used for many reconciliation methods used at the time by Ultramar
  • Responsible for scheduling of 12 employees
  • Responsible for daily bank deposits and reconciliations

NSCC Institute of Technology; 2017 – Present
Halifax, NS

  • Database Administration Diploma

NSCC Institute of Technology; 2012 – 2016
Halifax, NS

  • Computer Electronics Technician Diploma

NSCC Akerley Campus; 2011
Dartmouth, NS

  • Nova Scotia High School Diploma

Sacred Heart School of Halifax;1975 – 1988
Halifax, NS

  • Grade 11


  • Occupational Health & Safety


I enjoy working on my friends’ computers and repairing any issues they may have. I also enjoy working on vehicles and reading science fiction and true crime stories.

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