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Richard A. Ray II

850 Cattlemans Drive

Lenoir City, TN 37772

rich350@gmail.com

(865) 919-8494 cell

Objective:

To obtain a position involving the design and deployment of production computer systems

Education:

B.S. in Computer Engineering, CumLaude, North Carolina State University, December 1992

Certifications:

Red Hat Certified Engineer, Red Hat 8 (2002) and Red Hat EL5 (2007) certification # 110-491-412

Red Hat Certified System Administrator, Red Hat EL7 (2015) certification # 110-491-412

Experience:

28 years of continuous Linux/UNIX experience in business, government, and university settings

HPC Systems Administrator, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, 3/2014 - present https://www.olcf.ornl.gov/directory/staff-member/rich-ray

Responsible for supporting these production resources:

Project contributions:

Training and Conferences:

Senior Systems Administrator, Great Bay Energy, San Juan, PR, 3/2012 - 3/2014

Responsible for supporting these enterprise resources:

Project contributions:

HPC Systems Administrator, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, 7/2008 - 3/2012

Responsible for supporting these enterprise resources:

Project contributions:

Training and Conferences:

Senior Systems Administrator and Team Lead, IdleAire Technologies Inc., Knoxville, TN 2007 - 2008

Responsible for supporting these enterprise resources:

Project contributions:

Training and Conferences:

Systems Analyst, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC. 8/2000 - 1/2007

Primary analyst for these Linux-based enterprise applications and technologies:

Systems and network infrastructure responsibilities:

Departmental project contributions:

Training:

Systems Engineer, Business Solutions Inc., Archdale, NC 2/1994 - 8/2000

Implementation of networked systems consisting of UNIX, Windows NT, and Windows 95/98:

Integration of UNIX, Windows NT, and Windows 95/98:

Operating system environments:

UNIX programming and administration:

UNIX applications:

Windows programming and administration:

Windows applications:

Macintosh Assistant, Computer Science Department, NCSU 2/1991 - 12/1992

References:

Available upon request