Kaleb C. Campbell

Been a computer tinkerer all my life and finally have the first of many certs under my belt. Looking for work in IT. I would prefer something that allows me to work remote given the current pandemic.

My skills are best suited to a career where I can learn, grow and then share that with others as they develop their skills.

  Sandy, UT, USA                [email protected]            


 Skills

Software: Basic

Software: Adv.

  • A+ Certified (3/21)
  • C++
  • Network troubleshooting
  • Virtual machine management
  • A/V equipment troubleshooting.
  • 3d design/printing
  • Jira
  • Service now
  • Selenium
  • Docker
  • Jenkins
  • Windows 7/8/10 
  • RHEL
  • IOS/OSX
  • Android
  • MS Office
  • Remote desktop
  • Outlook/Exchange

Work Experience

September 2009 - September 2017

E5-Sergeant  Army National Guard

Held Secret Level Clearance. I am used to keeping important details to critical personnel only

Army Achievement Medal. I received this medal for my innovative setup of a work schedule that allowed my subordinates more time off during a stressful operation. keeping morale high when it was critical.

Completed personal studies SSD lv1 and Lv2. This is a self paced study program that I completed as part of my leadership training.

I know how to organize a team to complete an objective in a short amount of time.

Following precise instructions for completion of a difficult task.

Frequently taking on additional duties when available to provide support for other companies and battalions.

Training Enlisted to take on higher responsibilities and preparing them for leadership roles.

March 2017 - Present

Truck Driver Class A  Exide / Battery Systems

Greet customers with a good attitude.

Efficient use of time while un-supervised.

Managing customer paperwork to keep track of credits and deliveries.

Provide accurate and dependable communication to customers and supervisors.

Quick conflict resolution.

3D Design and Print

One of my personal hobbies is 3d printing. It has taught me some critical lessons about.

  • Version Control
  • Source code management
  • Using un-familiar tools and becoming proficient quickly
  • Looking through developed code to make changes for my specific machine. While there are many tools to help with this the documentation is often poor, and it can be difficult to achieve a specific result without experimentation.