Sample Department of Defense Architecture Framework Architect (DoDAF) Resume Template - 12047

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Resume Example for Department of Defense Architecture Framework Architect (DoDAF)

North Augusta, SC

Hold a SECRET clearance

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Department of Defense Architecture Framework Architect (DoDAF)

Contractor

Fort Gordon, GA

June 2008 to Present

Systems Architect 
Converted the Systems Views of the Army Network Operations Reference Architecture from the Systems Architecture tool format into Magic Draw for headquarters. Developed the Integrated Architecture Data Standards for the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle. This product was approved for entry into the architecture repository. Built System of System Overview Diagram to satisfy the client’s request for a single chart that summarized the networks connecting Brigade Combat Teams and Joint assets that operate in an area of responsibility. 
Operational View Enterprise Architect/Information Assurance Security Officer 
1. Architectures were built by getting with the subject matter experts from the different Capability Managers and analyzing documents such as Initial Capability Documents, Capability Production Documents, Capability Development Documents, field manuals, and training manuals. Prepared Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF) 2.02, Operational View architecture in support of Paladin’s Family of Vehicle’s, LandWarNet Initial Capabilities Document. Architecture included: Graphical display of the systems/mission, Operational Node Connectivity, Information Exchange Requirement spreadsheet, High Level Relationship Diagram High Level Activity Model. These models were built in the Structured Analysis tool. In addition to OVs, also built the Overview and Summary, Integrated Dictionary, Capability’s Vision, and Capability to Organizational Development Mapping for the LandWarNet Initial Capability Document. All DoDAF architecture was built in line to support the Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS) process.  
2. Configured computers to bring onto the network, applied Hotfixes to computers, and submitted Remedy tickets to get support. 
3. Received Certificate of Appreciation from the Architecture Integration and Management Directorate for the successful delivery of over 10 Software Blocking Mission threads.

License and Permits Technician

Augusta Staffing Associates

Augusta, GA

February 2016 to April 2016

Responsibilities 
1. Served as a liaison between city staff and customers and assisted the public in the application process for business licenses and permits. Responded to inquiries from managers.  
2. Accepted and processed basic permit applications and supporting documents. Handled and resolves customer complaints. Made good decisions and resolves issues in a clear, calm, and diplomatic matter. Worked in a team environment.  
3. Calculated, reviews and processes payment for permit fees.  
4. Maintained a working knowledge of technical and specialized rules, regulations, policies, procedures and activities in order to direct questions and inquiries related to the appropriate staff. Answered telephones, fax or email documents.  
5. Operated standard office equipment, including job-related computer hardware and software, facsimile equipment and multi-line telephones.  
6. Responded promptly to requests for records.  
7. Received, reviews and routes applications for compliance for business license and building permits. 
 
Accomplishments 
Issued licenses and permits to customers, so they can start a business or get started on a construction project.  
 
Skills Used 
City View, team work, hardware and software tools, multi-line telephone.

Officer

Army

Fort Gordon, GA

June 2003 to May 2008

Training Officer/Communication Center Officer  
Supervised 17 staff members in a Network Operations Security Center (NOSC) that supported Iraq. Oversaw troubleshooting efforts to maintain the communication structure in our unit’s area of responsibility. 
1. Project management skills which encompassed 33 projects over a 15 month period while in Iraq. 
2. Prepared daily reports and quarterly presentations for upper management. Reports compiled information about projects and troubleshooting steps supporting the area of responsibility of our communication structure. Presentations gathered information on unit’s readiness to deploy to Iraq. 
Company Executive Officer  
Leader and Maintenance Officer for a deployable signal company consisting of 110 soldiers. Responsible for the operational readiness and property accountability of 58 tactical vehicles, 21 generator sets, 19 communication shelters and associated equipment valued in excess of $30,000,000. Managed the company’s maintenance and safety programs. Was responsible for eight NCOs and six enlisted soldiers. Responsible for the Company’s NBC equipment maintenance and training. 
1. Maintained property accountability by creating hand receipts for all equipment. 
2. As Company Executive Officer, oversaw the company’s maintenance record reach an average of 98.57% for overall readiness. 
Supervisor  
Leader of a communications platoon. Responsible for the leadership, training, discipline, safety, welfare, morale and deploy ability of 12 Soldiers and the accountability and maintenance of $2,000,000 in equipment. Responsible for providing fully trained Soldiers capable of deploying worldwide on short notice to provide command and control communications in support of Homeland Defense as well as contingency missions. Ensured the execution of all administrative, maintenance and fiscal support requirements for the platoon.  
1. Platoon’s communication support provided data, voice and VTC capability to the users.  
2. Received instruction on tactical and garrison data communications and automation fundamentals.

Education

BS in Criminal Justice

Middle Tennessee State University

2003

Skills

Visio (1 year), BMC Remedy (7 years), Microsoft Office (10+ years), Department of Defense Architecture Framework DoDAF 2.02 (7 years), Joint Capability Integration Development System JCIDS (7 years), Word (10+ years), Excel (10+ years), Power Point (10+ years), Magic Draw (3 years), IBM System Architect (2 years), Rational Software Modeler (2 years), Department of Defense Integrated Enterprise Architecture DoD IEA (7 years), Call Center Experience (1 year), Joint Capability Areas JCAs (7 years), Service Oriented Architecture (7 years), Powerpoint Presentations (5 years), Vista (3 years), XP (3 years), Windows 7 (3 years), Windows 10 (1 year), IT Troubleshooting (3 years), Filing (2 years), Administrative Assistant (1 year), Type 60 Wpm (7 years), Analytical Skills (7 years), SECRET Security Clearance (10+ years), Pivot Tables (Less than 1 year), City View (Less than 1 year)

Military Service

Service Country: United States

Branch: Army

Rank: Captain

June 2003 to May 2008

Awards

Certificate of Appreciation

March 2009

A team lead that resulted in the successful delivery of 10 Software Blocking mission threads. Provided architecture support for the Network Transport Capabilities Based Analysis in the form of analysis and architecture support.

Certificate of Appreciation

August 2011

Received praise from SIGCOE government leadership for my contributions as a member of the Network Capabilities Based Assessment (NT CBA) Integrated Capabilities Development Team (NT CBA). Was instrumental in the success of the Army’s first comprehensive analysis of NT and communications capabilities from Soldier to JTF. The approved analysis was incorporated into the Joint DOTMLPF and other capabilities development documents creating a decisive edge in battlefield warfighting communications for our Army.

Certificate of Appreciation

February 2013

Support Army Network Operations Architecture. The architecture was built to provide a baseline for network operations throughout the Army.

Certifications/Licenses

Security+

May 2015 to May 2021

Comptia continue education certified

Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Foundation

March 2013 to Present

EXIN certified

Scrum Master

October 2014 to Present

Scrum Alliance certified

Additional Information

Volunteer at church for Third Saturday events. Bring food to people’s cars who come and receive aid.

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