22 Apr 2009 @ 5:00 PM 

I am an experienced IT specialist and I am currently working on my CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification; I already got my certificate through the local Community College, with a 4.0 GPA. Although I have extensive experience with networking, I decided to add the skills needed for Cisco Equipment (routers and switches).

It’s true that I am working with a Cisco Network Simulator for my classes, but there is nothing better than direct experience and for this reason I purchased a small Cisco Lab, because simulators are nice but they are not comparable with real life experience. A simulator cannot simulate a broken patch cable, for example. On one of my websites I posted a page advertising my job search as Network Engineer/Administrator.

I am searching for a job in Pittsburgh, Memphis, Knoxville, St. Louis and Oklahoma City. I am willing to consider other cities, such as Washington DC, New York City, Richmond etc.

Please visit my page for this job posting as Network Engineer/Administrator.

 10 Jan 2009 @ 12:43 PM 

There are many people that say they are good at what they do; my experience shows that many of these so called “experts” are only experts when it comes to talking. An IT professional with experience in Networking, Web, Linux and Windows should have more than just talk; their skills should be proven by facts and success in the field.

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