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    Scott A. Pyles                                        EMPLOYMENT    EDUCATION    SKILLS    MILITARY EXPERIENCE   

 

    12329 W. Valentine Ave.

    El Mirage, Arizona

    85335-4230

    Phone: (623) 594-6062

    scottpyles@hotmail.com                                      

 

         

            OBJECTIVE: COMPUTER TECH / HELP DESK

    A position where proven technical skills would be utilized.

 

          EMPLOYMENT

           

            Un-employed / Student                                                       Years Employed (09/2004 – presant)

            George David Training Director

            Computer Learning Center

            4220 W. Northern Ave. Ste. 117                                                                                             

            Phoenix, Arizona 85051

 

            Security Officer                                                      Years Employed (03/2004 – 09/2004)

            AT Systems Security     (602) 264-4193

            3001 W. Indian School Rd.                                                                                                     

            Phoenix, Arizona

 

            Pick-up and delivery of bank receipts

 

            on-road advisor                                                                  Years Employed (2003- 2004)

            Swift Transportation    800-800-2200

            2100 S. 75th Ave                                                                                                                     

            Phoenix, Arizona

 

To answer phone calls from truck drivers broken down with mechanical problems and trouble shoot what the problem may be and send out a vendor to repair the mechanical problems.

 

O/t/r truck driver     800-800-2200                                    Years Employed (2002- 2003)

            Swift Transportation

            2100 S. 75th Ave                                                                                                                     

            Phoenix, Arizona

 

            To insure the safe fast pickup and delivery of products and good across the United States.

 

            Security Officer                                                                 Years Employed (2001 - 2002)

            Arrow Security                                                                                                                        

            Phoenix, Arizona

 

To enforce the rules and regulations set fourth by a property owner to prevent theft and to promote safety on various job locations as well as to serve and protect tenants and their property.

 


 

            Business Owner                                                                  Years Employed (1997 - 2001)

            Computer Concepts                                                                                                                

            Torrevieja, Spain

           

I built, repaired, and upgraded computer systems along with creating web sites for various businesses around Spain. Approximately 35% of my       incoming  business calls were computer problems that could be resolved over the phone such as dial up connections and high speed digital internet connections as well as printer problems. The remaining 65% were out calls where I went to the residence or business to trouble shoot, diagnose, and repair what ever problems the customers were having to include networking solutions to data recovery. On-site repair was my biggest money maker because customers felt they were getting their money worth, I call that customer satisfaction.

           

       EDUCATION

           

        Microsoft Certifications Years Attended (2004- 2005)

        Computer Learning Center of Arizona

        4220 W. Northern Ave., Ste 117                                                                                                         

        Phoenix, Arizona 85051

        Phone: (800) 581-5327

 

        Currently have Comptia A+ Certification

        Recently completed the following courses and still need to take the Certification Exams.

        Quickbooks 2003 Contractors Edition

        Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) Office 2000

        Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Windows 2000

        Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Windows 2003 Server

        Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) Windows 2003 Server

       

        Currently working on the following Industry Standard Certifications.

        Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Windows 2003 Server

        Network + Certification

        Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

        Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)

 

         Computer Information Systems Technology                             Years Attended (2001- 2003)

            Devry University

            Phoenix, Arizona

 

Had just finished second semester when wife went into the hospital for the delivery of our son and had to drop from school. I plan on eventually returning to school and finishing for my Associates Degree in Computer Science.

 

Classes Included: Business Management, Psychology, Advanced Mathematics, Networking, Accounting, Programming, Web Design, and the Building and Repair of Computer Systems.

 

         Detention And Security      Years Attended (1990- 1991)

            Arizona Institute Of Business Technology                                                                                        

            Phoenix, Arizona

        

            Held a 4.0 GPA made the Dean’s List, and the Presidents List, also graduated with honors and a finale GPA          

             of 3.88 with perfect attendance.

 

Classes Included: Technical Report Writing, Arizona Criminal Codes and Statutes, Proper Search Procedures, Emergency Health Care, Interpersonal Communications, Prison Culture, Constitutional Law/Legal Issues, Jail Administration, Aggressive Management, Criminal Law, Criminal Justice, Criminal Procedure, Rules Of Evidence, Criminal Investigation I, Juvenile Crime & Delinquency.

 

         SKILLS

         Computer Repair and Upgrading.

         Advanced Knowledge of Microsoft Windows Operating Systems.

         Advanced Knowledge of Multiple Software Applications.

         Basic Home & Office Networking.

         Typing 20-35wpm.

         Advanced Knowledge of Auto Mechanics.

         Certified Heavy Construction Equipment Operator through U.S. Army.

         Certified Tractor Trailer Truck Driver Trainer through Winter Star Trucking.

 

     MILITARY EXPERIENCE

 

      Military Course Completions

     

      Course: BASIC TRAINING (RECRUIT TRAINING) ACE EXHIBIT: AR-2201-0399

              

      Description: UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE RECRUIT WILL BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND CULTURE,  MASTERY OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP COMBAT SKILLS INCLUDING MARKSMANSHIP AND FIRST AID, ACHIEVEMENT OF MINIMAL PHYSICAL CONDITIONING STANDARDS, AND APPLICATION OF BASIC SAFETY AND LIVING SKILLS IN AN OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT. INSTRUCTION INCLUDES LECTURES, DEMONSTRATIONS, AND PERFORMANCE EXERCISES IN BASIC MILITARY CULTURE/SUBJECTS INCLUDING MARKSMANSHIP, PHYSICAL CONDITIONING, FIRST AID AND OUTDOOR ADAPTATION/LIVING SKILLS.

      Recommendation: IN THE LOWER DIVISION BACCALAUREATE/ASSOCIATE DEGREE CATEGORY, 1 SEMESTER HOUR IN PERSONAL PHYSICAL CONDITIONING,

                                1 IN OUTDOOR SKILLS PRACTICUM, 1 IN MARKSMANSHIP, AND 1 IN FIRST AID.

 

      Course Title: Light Weapons Infantryman Phase 1, Phase 2,

      Prior Service ACE Exhibit: AR-2201-0310

      Location: US ARMY TRAINING CENTER at FT BENNING, GA

     Army Course Number: 11B10-OSUT

      From: 04/17/1987 To: 07/10/1987

     

      Description: TO PREPARE PERSONNEL FOR INFANTRY UNITS. LECTURES, DEMONSTRATIONS, AND PRACTICAL EXERCISES COVER DISCIPLINE, MOTIVATION, AND PHYSICAL FITNESS. THIS COURSE IS OFFERED IN A 12-13 WEEK LONG PRESENTATION OR IN SPLIT TRAINING WHERE COURSE IS CONDUCTED AS TWO 6-7 WEEK LONG PHASES. THIS COURSE INCLUDES AN 8-9 WEEK LONG BASIC TRAINING COMPONENT.

     

        Military Occupational Specialties Held: 11B10 Primary

      

       11B10 Primary From: 06/1987 To: 08/1988

       11B10 Primary From: 01/1991To: 03/1999

       11B10 Primary From: 07/1999To: 08/2001

       11B10 Primary From: 09/1999To: 10/2001

       11B10 Duty

       31C10 Secondary

 

Military Occupational Specialty Group 11B ACE Guide Number

Title: INFANTRYMAN MOS 11B-004

SQT (Thru Oct 1991) / SDT (Nov 1991 thru Feb 1995) Taken: MOS Group: 11B

Date: 05/ /1988 Skill Level: 10 Score: 059

 

      Description of 11B10: USES INDIVIDUAL INFANTRY WEAPONS; LAYS FIELD WIRE; PERFORMS BASIC COMMUNICATIONS FUNCTIONS AND OPERATES COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT; UTILIZES CAMOUFLAGE TO CONCEAL WEAPONS AND PERSONNEL; CONSTRUCTS MINOR FORTIFICATIONS; PERFORMS LAND NAVIGATION; PERFORMS PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ON WEAPONS, EQUIPMENT, AND SOME VEHICLES; MAKES ORAL REPORTS; ADMINISTERS FIRST AID; OPERATES WHEELED VEHICLES TO TRANSPORT PERSONNEL, SUPPLIES, AND EQUIPMENT.

     

      Credit Recommendation for 11B10: IN THE VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE CATEGORY 3 SEMESTER HOURS IN MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE. IN THE LOWER-DIVISION BACCALAUREATE/ASSOCIATE DEGREE CATEGORY, 1 SEMESTER HOUR IN MAP READING, 1 IN FIRST AID, AND CREDIT IN SURVEYING ON THE BASIS OF INSTITUTIONAL EVALUATION (10/83).

 

Military Occupational Specialties Held: 31C10 Duty

      31C10 Secondary

      Military Occupational Specialty Group 31C ACE Guide Number

      Title: Radio Operator-Maintainer Single-Channel Radio Operator MOS 31C-001

      SQT (Thru Oct 1991) / SDT (Nov 1991 thru Feb 1995) Taken: None

     

Description of 31C10: INSTALLS AND OPERATES RADIO EQUIPMENT.

     

Credit Recommendation for 31C10: IN THE LOWER-DIVISION BACCALAUREATE/ASSOCIATE DEGREE CATEGORY, IF ASI WAS J7, WHCA CONSOLE CONTROL OPERATIONS, CREDIT AS FOLLOWS: 1 SEMESTER HOUR IN COMPUTER LITERACY, 2 IN FILES MANAGEMENT, AND 3 IN INTRODUCTION TO VOICE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS.

 

Military Occupational Specialties Held: 63G10  Duty

 

      Military Occupational Specialty Group 63G ACE Guide Number

      Title: Fuel and Electrical Systems Repair MOS 63G-003

      SQT (Thru Oct 1991)/SDT (Nov 1991 thru Feb 1995) Taken: None

     

     

Description of 63G10: TESTS AND REPAIRS DIESEL FUEL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS SUCH AS DIESEL FUEL PUMPS, DIESEL FUEL INJECTION PUMPS, BATTERIES, AND GENERATORS; REBUILDS COMPONENTS SUCH AS DIESEL FUEL INJECTION PUMPS, GENERATORS, FUEL INJECTORS, MASTER CYLINDERS, BRAKE CHAMBERS, AND WHEEL CYLINDERS; REPAIRS DISK BRAKE CALIPERS; TURNS BRAKE DRUMS; RELINES BRAKE SHOES.

     

Credit Recommendation for 63G10: CREDIT MAY BE GRANTED ON THE BASIS OF AN INDIVIDUALIZED ASSESSMENT OF THE STUDENT.

 

Military Occupational Specialties Held: 63S10 Duty

 

Description of 63S10: THIS MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (MOS) IS NOT EVALUATED BY THE AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (ACE) AT THIS SKILL LEVEL OR DURING THE TIME FRAME HELD BY THIS SERVICE MEMBER.

     

Credit Recommendation for 63S10: THIS MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY (MOS) IS NOT EVALUATED BY THE AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION (ACE) AT THIS SKILL LEVEL OR DURING THE TIME FRAME HELD BY THIS SERVICE MEMBER.

 

      Military Occupational Specialties Held: 88M10 Primary

 

      88M10 Duty From: 09/2001 To: PRESENT

      Military Occupational Specialty Group 88M10

      Title: Motor Transport Operator MOS 88M-002

      SQT (Thru Oct 1991) / SDT (Nov 1991 thru Feb 1995) Taken: None

     

     

 

Description of 88M10: OPERATES SINGLE-UNIT WHEEL VEHICLES WITH A CAPACITY OF FIVE TONS OR LESS IN ALL CONDITIONS OF LIGHT, WEATHER, AND TERRAIN; APPLIES SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES; ENSURES PROPER LOADING OF VEHICLE; PERFORMS SIMPLE VEHICULAR MAINTENANCE; KEEPS RECORDS OF OPERATION AND PERFORMANCE; MAY SERVE AS CHAUFFEUR OR DISPATCHER; DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF UNIT TO WHICH ASSIGNED, MAY ALSO PERFORM THE SAME DUTIES FOR TRACTORS, SEMI-TRAILERS, TANK TRANSPORTERS, AND OTHER VEHICLES WITH A CAPACITY OF MORE THAN FIVE TONS.

 

Credit Recommendation for 88M10: CREDIT MAY BE GRANTED ON THE BASIS OF AN INDIVIDUALIZED ASSESSMENT OF THE STUDENT.

     

      Military Occupational Specialty Group 88M ACE Guide Number

      Title: Motor Transport Operator MOS 88M-002

      SQT (Thru Oct 1991)/SDT (Nov 1991 thru Feb 1995) Taken: None

 

Description of 88M20: OPERATES SINGLE-UNIT WHEEL VEHICLES WITH A CAPACITY OF FIVE TONS OR LESS IN ALL CONDITIONS OF LIGHT, WEATHER, AND TERRAIN; APPLIES SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES; ENSURES PROPER LOADING OF VEHICLE; PERFORMS SIMPLE VEHICULAR MAINTENANCE; KEEPS RECORDS OF OPERATION AND PERFORMANCE; MAY SERVE AS CHAUFFEUR OR DISPATCHER; DEPENDING ON THE TYPE OF UNIT TO WHICH ASSIGNED, MAY ALSO PERFORM THE SAME DUTIES FOR TRACTORS, SEMI-TRAILERS, TANK TRANSPORTERS, AND OTHER VEHICLES                           WITH A CAPACITY OF MORE THAN FIVE TONS. PROVIDES TECHNICAL GUIDANCE TO           SUBORDINATES; MAY SERVE AS DISPATCHER; PERFORMS RECOVERY OF VEHICLES.

 

Credit Recommendation for 88M20: IN THE VOCATIONAL CERTIFICATE CATEGORY, 3 SEMESTER HOURS IN MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATION. IN THE LOWER-DIVISION BACCALAUREATE/ASSOCIATE DEGREE CATEGORY, 3 SEMESTER HOURS IN PERSONNEL SUPERVISION

 

Special Qualification Identifiers: 

             PARACHUTIST (P)

             PARACHUTIST (P)

             PARACHUTIST (P)

             PARACHUTIST (P)

 

Additional Skill Identifiers:

             DRAGON GUNNERY (C2)

 

      Other Learning Experience:

THIS SECTION PROVIDES THE ACADEMIC AND BUSINESS COMMUNITIES WITH A RECORD OF THE SOLDIER'S LEARNING EXPERIENCES. COURSES LISTED MAY FALL INTO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES: THOSE THAT ACE WILL NEVER EVALUATE FOR COLLEGE CREDIT, THOSE THAT ARE PENDING EVALUATION, AND THOSE THAT ARE EVALUATED BUT ARE NOT CURRENTLY COMPUTER COMPATIBLE. EVENTUALLY MOST OF THE LEARNING EXPERIENCES IN THE SECOND AND THIRD CATEGORIES WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE MAIN BODY OF THE TRANSCRIPT. WE RECOMMEND REVIEW OF THE LISTINGS WITH THE SOLDIER TO DETERMINE THE APPROPRIATENESS OF THE EXPERIENCES TO THE SOLDIER'S PROGRAM OF STUDY OR EMPLOYMENT.

 

           

Course Title: RC3 CARPENTRY/MASONRY SP IDT

            Army Course Number: 51B10

            Location: USA RESERVE FORCES SCHOOL at KNOXVILLE, TN

            From: 04/01/1994  To: 05/01/1994

 

            Course Title: RC3 HVY CONST EQUIP CO

            Data Course Number: 62E10

            Location: USA RESERVE FORCES SCHOOL at BRONX, NY

            From: 07/09/1994  To: 07/22/1994

 

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