Sr. Telecom Project Manager
[company name] contractor working an assignment for AT&T. The matrix setup is as follows: Main customer, The County of San Diego (CoSD). Northrop Grumman Corporation has a contract from the CoSD for all of their technical requirements. Northrop Grumman subcontracts all components to AT&T, Bearing Point, CACI, CSC and EDS for their applications and network implantation, design, and support. Working together as one team to satisfy the requirements of the contract. Lead teams as large as 46.
- Migration/Implementation team member. Responsible for migrating an existing servers and data center while reinforcing the telecom backbone of the network.
- Data center relocation within the city of San Diego, different states, and additional DR data centers in separate states.
- Transformation team member. Replaced the entire ATM network to a WAN fiber network. VOIP conversion readiness.
- Several different policies and procedures required to meet all the needs of each organization. County and Government guidelines to be followed.
- Major coordination between the organizations as far as moving servers to one location and application migration. Extremely volatile and critical operations.
- Customer facing position. Weekly meetings and consultations with the County's CTO office. Daily conference calls, touch point meetings, solution and peer reviews, and late night cut-overs.
- Responsible for RCA's, detailed implementation plans, project schedules, test plans/scripts, communication plans, logistical coordination between several organizations, and reporting status to a cross-functional and multi-faceted framework team within a highly political and volatile environment.
- Projects I have worked on or lead have included: Server moves - RAS, VPN, WAP's, Radius, Internet routers, EMS applications, Mainframe Migration, Arjis, External DNS, DHCP, ASP's, WebSense, Proxy/Internet, GigaMAN, OptEman, CAMS project - Central Alarms Monitoring Systems with SIMS Ware - HVAC/Badge System/Alarms IP project. Data center relocation, Data Center redundancy and disaster recovery locations. Application migrations i.e.) run scripts, testing in development environments and mock implementations, etc.