Martha Santana - Sr. Systems Engineer Resume Simple
Highly motivated, results-driven senior systems engineer with over 15 years of experience in the information technology field. Proven ability to lead and manage complex projects from concept to completion.
  • operations, project manager, project, manager, systems engineer, installation, design, management, leadership, contracts, sow, service
  • lan, solutions, network, wan
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Sr. Systems Engineer

    U.S. Marine Corps

    • Managed project management and operations for all projects and budgets. Negotiated contracts with vendors and suppliers to ensure timely completion of projects.
    • Provide technical leadership and direction to the design, development, and installation of new technologies and solutions for the company.
    • Served as a technical lead for the development of a new manufacturing system for the company. I was responsible for training and mentoring of the NetApp service Manager.
    • Responsible for the development of a new system to support the company's business needs. Worked with the technical team to develop and implement a new product.
    • Led the development of a new system for a large enterprise-wide program for the DoD and government agencies.
    • My Role: I was responsible for all aspects of the SDLC including but not limited to, but not limited to, SOW, RFI, RFP, and proposal.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Lead Systems Engineer

    Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics

    • Designed and implemented a network to replace a new location of the company. The system was developed to support the company's mission critical systems.
    • Worked with customers to develop solutions for complex LAN/WAN platforms. Provided technical guidance and direction to the team.
    • Responsible for the development of new and existing systems and applications. Provided technical support to the business. Worked with the client to develop and implement a solution to meet the needs of the clients.

 Challenger, Gray, and Christmas 

 Olympic Truce