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MichaelWhite - Freelance Flash Design & Banner Design
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Michael R. White 1410 NE 10th Avenue, #4 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 954-608-1769 michael@michaelwhitedesignsinc.com http://www.michaelwhitedesignsinc.com/portfolio.html GRAPHIC-WEB DESIGNER Core Strengths: Creative-designed 2-d & 3-d projects Conceptualization Final Project Visual-Graphic Designs/Web Design Marketer of products Commercial & Artistic Photography ...
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Marcus Roha - Freelance Banner Design & Ad Design
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I offer 11 years of experience doing design work that has not only gotten results for my clients but has won me many clients for life. I am one of the easiest people to work with that you will ever meet. I listen to your ideas, take the time to learn about your business and work hard at putting my experience to work for you. I produce a professional product because that's what I am. My...
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Calico - Freelance Drawing & Banner Design
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

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Bill DeJournett - Freelance Writing & Article Writing
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My name is Bill DeJournett. I am currently a music educator at the college level and a freelance writer based in Oxford, Mississippi. Originally from Americus, Georgia; I have lived all over the United States but primarily in the South. I moved to Oxford in July of 1995 and aside from a six-year absence for work in other states, I have lived here ever since. My two great loves in life are writing and music. Travel is also one of my great passions. I have visited forty-three of the fifty states and five foreign countries including Germany and Taiwan. Although most of my writing credits are in music publications, I have also published freelance work in PMQ's Pizza Magazine, Real Travel Adventures Online magazine and the Oxford Citizen newspaper. I am available as a freelance writer for music, food, travel, culture and other subjects. My writing credits include: Instrumentalist Magazine (Multiple articles) Fanfare Magazine NFIMA Journal NACWPI Journal "Brass Secrets"- Focus on Excellence, Springfield, IL. 1997. PMQ's Pizza Magazine Real Travel Adventures Online Magazine The Oxford Citizen
University, Mississippi, United States
Phil Marshall III - Freelance Video Production & Television Production
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Objective: I am a very bright, knowledgeable & experienced individual seeking the position of freelance Production crew/ Cameraman/ Videographer. Work History-Production: WVCY-TV, Milwaukee, WI September 2009-Present Cameraman/production specialist (Volunteer) Duties consists of: camerawork both studio/EFG, floor directing, and audio engineer for public affair programming w/ religious themes. Carnival Cruise Lines, Miami, FL May 2008 - June 2008 Shipboard A/V Staff Aboard the Carnival Spirit, ran the ship's TV studios. Duties included videographer, editor and master control operator for numerous productions onboard and on excursions in Alaska and Hawaii. Milwaukee Stagehands, Milwaukee, WI September 2000 - Present Stagehand (Freelance) As a stagehand, aided in the setup of various staging, light & sound designs for major concerts, conventions and events for such venues as: The Bradley Center, Midwest Express Center, The Pabst Theater. WTMJ-TV (NBC affiliated), Milwaukee, WI October 1999 - July 2001 TV Production Specialist Production duties consisted of: Floor Directing, C.G. and Teleprompter operation and some directing duties(Public Affair programming). Production formats were: Local News, large & small scale remotes, commercial and public affair programming. City Channel 26 (Cable), Milwaukee, WI December 1994 - August 1998 Television Production Specialist Production duties consisted of: Master Control operation, Floor directing, studio and EFP cameraman, audio, lighting and grip duties. Production formats were: Large & small scale remotes, Government meetings and public affair programming Allen Bradley TV, Milwaukee, WI August 1992 - May 1994 Video Production Crew (Freelance) Production duties consisted of: Floor director, studio camera operator & teleprompter operator for the production of live corporate teleconferences for the Allen Bradley Corp. WITI-TV (CBS-Fox Affiliated), Milwaukee, WI March 1992 - February 1995 TV Production Co-Coordinator Production duties consisted of: Floor Directing, C.G. & Teleprompter operation. Some lighting & construction of sets. Production formats were: Local news, large & small scale remotes, public affairs programming. Sunsplash Productions, Milwaukee, WI March 1991 - September 1992 Video Production Crew Production duties consisted of: Floor directing, set lighting & gripping for various corporate video productions. The Enterprise of Milwaukee Inc., Milwaukee, WI January 1991 - May 1992 Video Production Crew (Freelance) Production duties consisted of: Floor directing, teleprompter & videotape operation, audio operator & videotape duplication. Production format was primarily for a number Real Estate shows that are aired around the country. WMVS/WMVT (PBS affiliated), Milwaukee, WI June 1990 - September 1992 Student Production Crew As a student, I was hired as part of Channels 10/36's production crew. Duties consisted of the following: Production switcher, floor director, studio & EFP cameraman, teleprompter operator, set lighting & construction, grip. Production formats were: Large & small scale, live call-in public affair and magazine formatted shows. Education: Milwaukee Area Technical College, Milwaukee, WI Associates - TV & Video Production, January 2012 •Due to my long work experience, I took a break from my studies. I do plan to complete all of my general studies by the projected date Television Technical Skills: • Leitch Velocity DPS nonlinear editing software • Ulead digital capture software • Amadeus authoring software • Sony 250DV Video Camera • Ampex 4100 Production Switcher • Ampex Vista Production Switcher • Pinnacle 2100 DVE Work Station • Sony BVP-5 Betacam & BVP-360 Studio Camera. • Hitachi Z1 Studio/EFP Camera • RCA TK-44 Studio Camera • Channelmatic Video Programming System • Q8 Quantafont Character Generator • JVC RM-G810U Backspace Editor • Electronic Newsroom Prompting System • Various Studio & Remote lights, Microphones, cables & connectors Television Production Credits: (WMVS/WMVT) • Smith & Company: Live call-in talk show. • Wisconsin Week: Statewide public affair show. • Black Nouveau: African-American magazine show. • Business of WI: Show dealing with Wisconsin's business world. • Emphasis WI: Live statewide public affair show. • Art's Place: Magazine formatted show highlighting the performing arts & entertainment. • 10/36 Friends Pledge Drive: Live fundraising coverage. • 10/36 Friends Auction Drive: Live Fundraising coverage. • High Five for Wellness: Health & wellness series for children. • Latino Focus: Hispanic public affair program. • It's a Teen Thing: Topical discussion featuring students from the Milwaukee area. (City Channel 26) •Various City Government Committee Meetings: Utilities & Licenses, Public Improvements, Economic Development & etc... •Cityscene & Insight Milwaukee: Public affair programming dealing with City Government events. (WITI) • News at 5, 6 and 10pm:Local News programming for the Milwaukee Area. • The Barry Silburg Show: Public affair programming. • Ask Gus: Home Improvement Program. • TV Chapel: Religious programming for people of the Catholic faith. (Enterprise) • Homes with Stepboniak: Statewide real estate program. • various other real estate shows around the country. (WTMJ) • News at 4, 4:30, 5, 6 and 10pm: Local news for the Milwaukee area. • Sunday Night with Mike Gousha: One on One interviews with local & national celebrities. • Sunday Insight: Host Charlie Sykes & panel debate issues happening in the news. • Face to Face: Religious public affair program. (Carnival Cruise Lines) •Fun Ship Films: DVDs which highlighted various excursions and fun filled activities exclusive and unique to each port of call in Alaska & Hawaii WVCY: In Focus: Live Christian public affairs programming. VCY Rally: Monthly rally on Christian topics. Television Production Skills: •Produced and directed Chinese Boxing, a 1 hr. long martial arts program & Exploring Inner Space, a 30 min. underwater magazine formatted show. Both aired on WMVS/WMVT as part of Student Operations Day & TV Workshop. •Produced and directed entertainment segments with "Living Colour & Yellowman" for Black Nouveau on WMVS/WMVT. •Production switcher/Floor Director/Camera Operator of on-air staff productions at WMVS/WMVT. •Teaching Assistant of first yr. students for the telecasting program at WMVS/WMVT. Computer Skills: Microsoft Word 07' Microsoft PowerPoint 07'
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Tracy Widhalm - Freelance Creative Writing & Fiction Writing
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Hello, My name is Tracy Widhalm and I have a BS in Business Techn. and an Assoc in Business Administration. I was laid of two and a half years ago and have since written several childrens picture books, a book for a beginning reader, and a 60,000 word novel that I just sent a query letter out for on Monday.During my high school and college years I was fortunate enough to take many writing classes and was told by my creative writing professor in college I should write for a living. I very much enjoy writing and am very particular regarding word usage, spelling and punctuation. Having the Business degree has given my writing a professional edge that is needed in dealing with large corporations and other business professionals.
Chandler, Arizona, United States
Denise Damecour - Freelance Business Development & Proposal Writing
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Denise L Damecour, B.A. • 236 Baillie Ave • Ottawa • ON • K0A 3M0 • 222-4430 • denise.damecour@sympatico.ca Reliable Security Clearance # 95 52 4865 JOB OBJECTIVE: To offer my expertise in Fundraising, Event Development, and Sales HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS • Fluent in French and English (Oral and Written) • Completed 11 proposals for funding, 8 of which were granted funding • Ability to seek out new funds, including but not limited to: non-for profit, registered charities, NGO's, and Associations. • Development of programs, insurance of feasibility, deployment, and analysis • Seasoned Non-for-profit, Charity, and Community awareness, and industry expertise • Flare for research, development, planning, co-ordination, delivery and evaluation • Solid interest in Safety and Wellness RELEVANT SKILLS/KEY RESULTS Communication: • Exceptional context writing, increasing the use of plain language and usability • Seasoned editing and proofreading – I have written and edited proposals for funding including but not limited to: i. City of Ottawa ii. Community Access Program (CAP) iii. HRDC-Summer Program Hire a Student iv. Industry Canada-Computer For Schools v. Microsoft vi. Ontario Library Association vii. Trillium viii. United Way Research/Development and Delivery: • Experienced in knowing the competition, branding, and creating up to date promotion-At St. Mary’s I revised their history, marketed their mandate, and created media hype • Conduce research, compile data and prepare papers for consideration and presentation- I continue to excel at writing, I am now editing a proposal for funding • I excel at selling through the written word, I have written for non-for-profit, registered charities, and for-profit-I have sold their concept, and increased their profile Computer Skills: • Word Perfect; Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher; Corel Draw 10; Lotus Notes. Adobe Professional Writer 7 CAREER HISTORY Editorial Review (2000-Present) • Sponsorship, event development and deployment, procurement of donations, and prospect development • RFP, Proposals for funding, and donations, procurement of funds through Industry Canada, Microsoft, City of Ottawa, Ontario Library Association, and other related NGO's • Web Content Review, Radio Commercial editing, and Advertising • Proof-reading, structure and content review, web site review, resume and presentation recommendations, brochure/newsletter development Best Theratronics: Service Specialist (2014 – Present) • Coordination of request to quotes, service, shipping, receipt of goods, and invoicing • Work with end users to insure medical units are up and running • Global order processing, and client service Marketing, Sales: Gordon Group (2012-2013) • Writing and Marketing for many projects • Persuasive ability to encourage new sales through new channels • Increased business within Ottawa region, took own initiative Sales: Qponz Adverting and Promotion (2010-2012) Sales: Metroland Media, Advertising (2010) Executive Assistant, Ottawa Government: Health Canada, PSAC (Public Service Alliance of Canada) T.A.T.C.( Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada) (2007-2009) • Administration, support of two Managers, and a team. • Correspondence, tracking of files through Lotus based system • Supply ordering, basic coordination, and enhanced administration • Increased knowledge of nutritional, homeopathy, and natural medicines Sales, Rogers Business Solutions, Ottawa (2006-2007) • Inside Sales Support for across Canada, including: Enhanced Communications to insure products/services are accurate, complete policies, worked on training manuals, government support, clarification of protocol Sales Support, G.E. Security, Ottawa (2006-contract) • Inside Sales Support for two Account Managers within the fire department, support included: correspondence, material for presentation, coordination for contracts, manuals and other marketing material developed and deployed Facilitator, Dunrobin, Part-time (2004-2006) • Coordination of a farm home into a functional home. Work with contractor including professionals insuring accuracy, timelines, and clarification Reporter, West Carleton Newspaper, Ottawa (1999-2007) • Media Press releases, articles, and photos Volunteer Policy/Protocol Writer, Dept. of Health, Ottawa (2004-2005) • Policy work for elementary schools, updating material, content restructure, and work with education policies Volunteer Coordinator, St. Mary’s Home, Ottawa (2004) • History restructuring for marketing purposes • Ottawa Citizen Media Releases, Advertising • Event Planning, Newsletter development • Creation of Donation database, • Worked with Radio and Local Papers including: • Kiss Fm • Vanier Community News • La Presse • Orlean’s News Executive Director, Founder, Ottawa I.C.E. Youth Employment Centre, Ottawa (1998-2003) • Development of foundation, pilot, letters of incorporation for non-for-profit, web site development, regulations and policy protocol, News releases • ICE Breaker Newsletter development and deployment: Monthly Newsletter with local youth stories, advertising, and education. Deployed through community through Community Centres and Local Schools • Event Planning for fundraising, and social awareness including: • Jail n Bail with Eli El Chantiry, Marketing Development and deployment through flyers, media radio, CTV, CBC, local papers • Police Week, Media releases, Articles of Events • Hope Volleyball first youth Participant with a Youth made-uniform • Pizza and Ottawa ****** Health Centre • Summer Camp for Kids with local adolescent leaders-Brochure/ media Information-developed and deployed Volunteer Youth Liaison, Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa, Ottawa, (2001-2003) • Developed contact and support through marketing package, meetings, and correspondence. Volunteer Youth Director CBBCA, Ottawa, (2001-2002) • Organized developed, deployed Youth Based Programs including • ICE Magic • ICE Breaker Newsletter • CBBCA Summer Camp • Odd Jobs Volunteer Program Developer, I.C.E. Youth Centre (1998-2002) • Developed Social Marketing for youth Centre through • Procurement of donations from Microsoft, Industry Canada, Ontario’s Promise • Proposal writing for funds from Trillium, Ministry of Ontario, National Child Benefit, City of Ottawa, OLA Ontario Library Association, United Way Sales Rep, Compugen Systems Ltd., Ottawa, (1998-2000) • Inside Sales Support including: Administration, Prospecting, turning inactive accounts into active ones. Development of the first VPN in Ottawa, Sales Builder through: • Strong Customer Service • RFP Writer • Standing Offer Writer • Account Management of over 75 accounts • Training Volunteer French Immersion Tutor, Stonecrest Elementary School, Ottawa, (2000) • Comprehension, reading, articulation, research for new internal study, compile information, charts, Excel. , analysis Marketing, Le Net Youth Centre, Lachine, Quebec (1997-1998) • Worked with local community, developed/deployed new programs • Entrepreneur • CTV Careers • Proposal Writing EDUCATION / PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, McGill University, (1986) Social Sciences-Literature (Diploma), John Abbott College (1982) 3 Com Certified, Support letters from Counselors, Community Leaders, etc
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
William Patterson - Freelance Technical Writing & Writing
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Resume of: WILLIAM E. PATTERSON 318 SW 35th Avenue, Deerfield Beach, Florida 33442 (954) 415-4408 Email: wepatt@hotmail.com SUMMARY Thirty years of experience in the research and development of hardware and software documentation for commercial and U.S. Government customers. Extensive experience in large-scale documentation project management. Skilled in all phases of the publications development process, from model design through final delivery. Skilled computer user with demonstrated experience using PCs and client server networks. Have written electronic theory to the component level. Experienced in the design and preparation of online help screens and related end user documentation including the use of html to facilitate document migration to World Wide Web. COMPUTER SKILLS FrameMaker; MS Word, MS Excel, IslandDraw; RoboHelp; FrontPage; Visio; PowerPoint; Full Shot; UNIX operating systems; UNIX SVR4.2; UnixWare; X-Windows (OPEN LOOK and Motif); UNIX vi; UNIX xcip; mm macros; nroff and troff; TextManager; AT&T 630/730 terminals; Sun SPARCstation; PC LAN; TCP/IP networks; DOS. EXPERIENCE January 2002 – Present INFORMATION DEVELOPER IBM; Boca Raton, Florida (formerly Ascential Software Inc.) Write end user documentation used to support the IBM family of Electronic Data Integration (EDI) products. As the sole writer assigned to the IBM DataStage TX Industry Solutions team, created new user reference guides for the SWIFT and SWIFTNet funds family of EDI financial products. Researched and developed documentation by working with both on-site and remotely located development teams. Performed two complete rebranding efforts of all Industry Solutions hard copy and online documentation within a one year period while simultaneously incorporating extensive content enhancements. Participated in a major product rebranding and conversion effort that involved converting FrameMaker documentation into Darwinian Information Typing Architecture (DITA), an IBM standard, using Epic Editor Version 5.0B. It also involved creating a single source help system based upon the IBM information center concept. The position also involves preparation of product readmes, and release notes, participation in design reviews, and detailed project planning and tracking. All documentation is developed using the Agile process. Responsible for maintaining an online information center that includes all IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender products. Maintain source and deliverable files in Clearcase V7.0. Manage defects using Rational ClearQuest. Prior to IBM acquisition of Ascential Software Corporation in May of 2005: Participated in MSWord to FrameMaker conversion effort, including coordination of training and mentoring of other writers. Performed major updates of the Ascential Industry Solutions Packs for Healthcare (including updated HIPAA standards); Packs for the X12 and EDIFACT standards; and the Commerce Manager documentation sets. Updates included complete product rebranding and incorporation of new styles, formats, and templates. Made a major update to the Ascential “Type Tree Importer Reference Guide” to include a new XML Schema Importer as well as other document upgrades for the 6.5.2 release of Ascential Integration Broker. Documents were converted to PDF using Adobe Acrobat 5.0. Context sensitive help was created for the product using RoboHelp 2002. Screen shots were captured using Fullshot 6.0. Researched and developed the material through interviews with Ascential software developers and product managers. Attended design review meetings and took an active role in product design. Performed peer reviews of other writer’s work and edited documents. Worked closely with QA to ensure technical accuracy. Performed maintenance work on legacy documents. Changes were tracked throughout the development process using PVCS Tracker version 7.0.00. January 2001 – January 2002 SENIOR DOCUMENTATION ENGINEER Nortel Networks; Boca Raton, Florida Wrote user documentation used to support Nortel Network’s Long Haul 4000 system. Wrote detailed troubleshooting and system operating procedures. Developed the “LH4000 Error Messages and Trouble Clearing” manual from scratch. Worked closely with Nortel Networks Customer Care field engineers and technicians to gather information for the documentation. Tested all documentation in a lab environment to ensure quality and accuracy. The position required great attention to detail in order to ensure the safety of operating personnel and to prevent equipment damage. Wrote detailed safety sections and prepared a detailed comprehensive index for the twelve-volume documentation suite. The documentation was written using FrameMaker 5.5 and screen shots were imported using Snag-It. The final FrameMaker documents were converted to PDF for delivery to the customer. January 1999 – January 2001 DOCUMENTATION MANAGER Daleen Technologies Inc.; Boca Raton, Florida Documentation manager in charge of five documentation engineers, including one translator. Planned, organized, and wrote end user documentation for Daleen’s BillPlex Billing and Customer Care Solutions product. Worked closely with the Senior Product Manager to establish documentation schedules. Supervised documentation team by assigning tasks, conducting regular status meetings, and editing and approving work. Interviewed and hired staff. Conducted performance reviews, and handled employee relationship issues as they arose. Attended design review meetings and worked with software developers to improve product design. Set documentation standards and spearheaded a successful effort to create and implement corporate styles and documentation processes. Supervised and helped to produce both printed and electronic format documents. Printed documents were created using FrameMaker 5.5. The Winhelp online help system was created using Microsoft Word and RoboHelp Office 2000. Wrote a winning proposal to single-source the documentation using Quadralay’s WebWorks 2000. When fully implemented, this application would allow the department to create all documentation using FrameMaker and would result in a significant savings to the company. June 1998 – December 1998 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: AT&T Solutions; Florham Park, New Jersey Wrote and maintained documentation for an automated customer support system used by the AT&T Network Solutions Global Support Center (GCSC). This system allowed users to create and submit trouble tickets related to their telecommunication network problems and to perform a variety of service provisioning activities, including Service Level Agreement (SLA) management, defect tracking, and asset management. The documentation was written using Microsoft Word, then converted to HTML using a conversion program called MS Transit. The position involved extensive interface with software developers and testers in order to update the material for each release as well as a working knowledge of HTML. June 1996 – June 1998 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Lucent Technologies (formerly Bell Laboratories); Whippany, New Jersey Developed major publication update for the Lucent Technologies DIXI-3 Cross-Connect and Interconnect Reference Manual. This project involved extensive re-work of both text and graphics. Text was prepared using FrameMaker on a Sun workstation. Graphic changes were made using IslandDraw. Technical input was gathered via interface with Lucent engineers and technical staff. Also updated the Lucent 800/900 Series Cross-Connect and Interconnect Reference Guide. To do this, existing UNIX troff documents were converted into FrameMaker. Developed new FrameMaker templates. Made extensive changes to existing artwork, as well as created new artwork using IslandDraw. November 1993 - April 1996 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: J.P. Morgan Guaranty Trust Company; New York, New York Developed a programmer's reference manual for the J.P. Morgan API (Application Program Interface). This interface consists of routines, all written in ANSI C, which standardize data management and task implementation. Developed book plan, outline, and prototype document. Designed format and document templates. The book was written entirely from information gathered from programmers. Solely responsible for maintaining documentation schedule, all writing, editing, and final production. Document was written on a Sun SPARCstation using FrameMaker. Developed reference guides for the J.P. Morgan Galaxy library. These guides were written in FrameMaker on Macintosh. Also wrote a programmer’s reference guide for the J.P. Morgan CASS II application using FrameMaker on Sun and performed many upgrades to the J.P. Morgan Galaxy library. June 1993 - November 1993 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Novell (UNIX System Laboratories); Summit, New Jersey Developed a user's guide for WABI (Window Application Binary Interface), an application which allows users to run MS Windows applications from a UNIX operating system. The user interface for the application was the X Window System with Motif. Responsible for preparing documentation schedules and developing format. Wrote text and used imported FrameMaker screen captures to illustrate the document. Worked closely with engineers, developers, and marketing managers to research and prepare the material. The documentation was prepared on an X terminal using FrameMaker. Also, performed application testing of MS Windows applications to ensure compatibility with UNIX SVR4.2. September 1991 - June 1993 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: AT&T Bell Laboratories; Middletown, New Jersey Developed user guides for "Transport Service Now" (TSNOW), a UNIX based platform which integrated existing telecommunications systems to streamline the transport order implementation process. The user interface for the platform was a SUN workstation, running the Centralized Access to Data (CADS) software with OPEN LOOK. Prepared a three volume documentation set to accommodate the varied user requirements of work center technicians, managers, and system administrators. Served as project documentation manager and worked closely with Bell Labs system engineers and developers to research and develop raw technical data. Performed extensive application testing to ensure documentation accuracy. Documentation was prepared on a Sun SPARCstation using FrameMaker. Position also required extensive use of UNIX vi text editor with mm macros, nroff/troff and xcip graphics. March 1991 - June 1991 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: AT&T Bell Laboratories; Freehold, New Jersey Developed a two volume, Input/Output Message Manual (IOMM) for the DACS III 2000 (Digital Access Cross Connect System) being developed by Bell Laboratories for AT&T commercial customers. The material was prepared using UNIX vi (troff) on a Sun workstation operating in OpenWindows version 2. January 1991 - March 1991 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: AEL; Farmingdale, New Jersey Developed modification work package for the HH-60 helicopter. Worked closely with AEL mechanical and electrical designers and engineers to develop the material. The documentation was developed in accordance with MIL-D-81992A, and MIL-M-81927B. August 1990 - January 1991 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Symtron Systems Inc.; Fair Lawn, New Jersey Developed troubleshooting and maintenance chapters for the Symtron Systems Recruit Fire Fighting Trainer 19F5 in support of U.S. Navy contract. The equipment was a state-of-the-art, computer controlled, live fire training simulator. The documentation effort involved preparing text and artwork by reviewing engineering prints and schematic diagrams, as well as interfacing directly with Symtron engineers and technicians. May 1990 - August 1990 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: SAIC; McLean, Virginia Wrote user documentation for an image processing system developed by SAIC for a U.S. Government customer. Researched and prepared the documentation by performing extensive software testing and interfacing directly with SAIC engineering and development personnel. February 1989 - May 1990 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Boeing Computer Services; Vienna, Virginia Developed commercial user guides for new Federal Telecommunications System (FTS2000) in support of Boeing contract with AT&T. Project lead writer for the FTS2000 Service Orders application. Met regularly with Boeing engineers and managers to assess program progress and plan documentation delivery schedules. Performed system testing to ensure document accuracy. November 1987 - February 1989 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: E-Systems; Falls Church, Virginia Developed technical manuals for airborne signal analysis equipment in support of U.S. Air Force contracts. Documentation was prepared in accordance with MIL-M-38797; MIL-M-38798B; MIL-M-38784B; and MIL-M-6675B (USAF). April 1987 - November 1987 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Martin Marietta Corporation; Baltimore, Maryland Developed in-house training materials in support of the Patriot missile program. July 1986 - April 1987 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Westinghouse Corporation; Hunt Valley, Maryland Prepared a technical manual for a Microprocessor-based Rod Position Indication System (MRPI). September 1985 - July 1986 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER Under Contract To: Martin Marietta Corporation; Baltimore, Maryland Wrote Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs) for the U.S. Navy in support of the Vertical Launching System (VLS). Documentation was prepared using MIL-P-24534. May 1983 - September 1985 TECHNICAL WRITER Sperry Defense Electronics; Great Neck, New York Researched and developed technical manuals for U.S. Government electronics programs. February 1982 - May 1983 TECHNICAL WRITER Fairchild Weston Corporation; Sarasota, Florida Developed technical manuals for high speed data recording equipment. August 1980 - February 1982 TECHNICAL WRITER Rochester Instrument Systems; Rochester, New York Developed technical manuals for process control industrial equipment. June 1979 - August 1980 TECHNICAL WRITER VSE Corporation; Alexandria, Virginia Prepared organizational and depot level maintenance manuals in support of U.S. Army contracts. September 1977 - June 1979 ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Quantico, Virginia Performed preventive and corrective maintenance of television network within the FBI training facility. February 1975 - September 1977 ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN M&W Home Appliance; Winterset, Iowa Repaired television and stereo equipment. EDUCATION Technical writing course; Northern Virginia Community College (1979) Electronics technology course; Bell & Howell (1975) Electronics technology course; Brown Institute; Minneapolis, MN (1974 One year electronics course; United Electronics Institute; West Des Moines, IA (1973) Graduated, Winterset Community High School, Winterset, IA (1972)
Deerfield Beach, Florida, United States
Linda Murphy - Freelance Graphic Design & Logo Design
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Linda Murphy 2047 East 13th Street Tulsa, OK 74104 (918) 587-0620 lkmdesign@cox.net June-2000 - Present Position: Owner/Proprietor LKM Design LKM Design is a full service design company that specializes in publications, newsletters, brochures, branding and web development. LKM Design has access to a multitude of talent including writers, editors and web developers and works closely with the entire creative team to fulfill each client’s specific needs, offering cost-effective solutions to help deliver their message via multiple media. Software: Quark XPress, Adobe PhotoShop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office August 1997 - June-2000 Position: Art Director Source Publications Responsible for the design and production of a variety of publications, including: • Collectors’ Showcase—a bi-monthly national magazine focusing on entertainment-related character collectibles. • The Retail Florist—a monthly, full-color, 8-page newsletter designed for American Floral Services’ (AFS) florists, offering sales and marketing ideas and techniques. • Flowers for all Seasons—a quarterly, full-color, 4-page customized regional newsletter for AFS florists to distribute to their individual customers. This sales and marketing tool provided product information, seasonal tips and ideas. • Agency Inc.—a monthly, full-color, 8-page newsletter designed for Sabre travel agents which offers sales and marketing techniques and provides up-to-date product information. February 1995 - July 1997 Position: Art Director Natcom Responsibilities included design and production of Golf Illustrated and Rifle and Sportshooting magazines. Position required working closely with writers, editors, artists and sales staff, seeing each design project through to its successful completion. August 1993 - February 1995 Position: Co-Owner/Manager South Central Graphics This full-service graphics company specialized in design, production and developing promotional material to meet each clients publishing needs. • South Central Golf, the official magazine of the South Central Section of the PGA • The Hurricane Tracker magazine • Eastern Oklahoma Catholic newspaper • O-State Review newsletter October 1992 - August 1993 Position: Creative Director The Tulsa Sentinel Responsibilities included developing the structure for an ad production department; designed and produced all in-house promotional material; overall design, illustration and page layout for The Tulsa Sentinel, a weekly publication; November 1992 to August 1993. Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Illinois B.A - Fine Arts Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Illinois B.S - BS - Art Education
Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
Kerwin Calotes - Freelance Hardware Repair & Research
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Dear Sir/ Ma'am, I read from the website WWW.i-care.com that your company is hiring for any vacant position in Canada. that's why i paste my resume here its because I'm welling to apply on the said job as needed in your company. by the way I am Kerwin M. Calotes 21 years of age and i graduated in a course of Computer in Electronics Technology in STI College.and Ive passed the exam which will be conducted by TESDA last 2010. your positive response is highly appreciated. Thank you & God bless you all! Respectfully Yours, Kerwin M. Calotes
Cebu, United States