Paul Ewing

Oceanside, California, United States

Yearly Stats: $0 Earned |

IT Consultant

IT Consultant – Self Employed July 2013 – Current
Ensured the successful completion of technical projects by developing project plans, documenting networking and server diagrams, and workstation and user lists.
Enhanced day to day operations for several different companies by providing customer support to include printer troubleshooting, administering several workstations, performing computer and server migrations.
Enabled communications for several different companies by installing and configuring routers, switches, controllers, and gateways sent by the contracting companies.
Maintained day-to-day operations for several companies by troubleshooting various different issues across the application, network, data-link, and physical layers of the OSI Model.
Provided field service support to the MWR facilities aboard the naval bases in Southern California by installing and configuring wireless access points and controllers in their facilities.
Extended Internet services to several companies by installing or extending T1 lines from the Internet Service Provider to the company's edge router.
Assisted the not for profit organization Loaves and Fishes by developing their website and database utilizing HTML, CSS, and SQL.
United States Marine Corps March 2004 – July 2013
Sole point of contact for IT concerns to the commanding general of Marine Forces South. To include account administration, MS office issues, and peripheral concerns.
Maintained operations at Marine Forces South by providing excellent customer support to the commanding general’s key staff to include the general’s chief of staff, senior enlisted advisor, and the assistant chiefs of staff.
Enabled combat operations by providing excellent support to users by maintaining a 99.99% availability of network time across three separate network architectures supporting over 12,000 users in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Maintained network operations

$50 / Hour
$160 minimum budget