The ITR program is a 26 month fixed-term program designed to jumpstart graduates in their career in IT. More specifically it’s what is regarded internally as Techstop. Providing technical in person and remote support for employees on all major platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Chrome OS, Android and iOS. Troubleshooting technical hurdles for employees and guiding them for better solutions. Scheduled techs in different areas within the region to properly staff the Techstops. Enhanced ticket handling and oversight of the regional tickets through a QA and interrupts model that has expanded and developed over time to fit Google’s needs. Supported EMEA Techstops during short staffing while upholding excellent support. Extended functionality to a support tool to allow Chrome OS devices that have been found to be restored to a functional state, which saved ~140 hours of productivity per year on techs and the support org.
Part of the ITR program consists of a rotation with another team for a quarter. I worked closely with the mobile platforms team, which allowed me to get involved in the development of an automation tool for the team and fieldtechs worldwide. Chrome OS Re-enable: Added functionality to Chrome OU Mover to enable Chrome OS devices when they have been found and are in a locked out state. On average the automation tool saves ~140 hours of productivity per year based on the average amount of Chrome OS devices that are found and in a locked state.
Maintaining and upgraded the network with switches and firewall settings to increase security. Maintained network computers and expanding connectivity throughout the company. Initialized weekly backups of all company data with internal and external offsite backup systems. Redesigned the company website: Amiberica.net. Implemented a responsive design for mobile devices. Designed and developed Pyrostrip.com for the company's industrial paint removal.
Helped manage a team of 8 Computer Science/Engineering college students that lectured the basic web development principles as well as java programming skills during the Free Lance Coders Camp at IIT to high school students from around the Chicago area ranging from ages 15-18.
Taught pre-calculus principles and basic java programming skills to incoming IIT students. Developed quizzes and homework problems based on the students' abilities
Troubleshooting computers, printers, cell phones and network issues. Dual-booting operating systems with Windows 7 and Linux. Backing up individual hard drives and clearing old HDDs. Backing up and replacing tape drives for the server(s)
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