Curriculum Vitae

Employment

  • Calvary Community Church – 2009-2014 – Elder and then pastoral leadership.
  • Cairn University – 2008 – 2013 – Systems Administrator for Technology Services.
  • Informed Networker – 2008 – Self-employed web-based startup – failed.
  • Collages.net Inc. – 2005-2008 – Network Engineer responsible for managing and overseeing servers, storage, network infrastructure, and internal technical support.
  • Philadelphia Biblical University – 2003-2005 – Student Worker in Management of Information Systems (Information Technologies) Department.
  • Comset Fisheries – 2003 – Deckhand for set-net salmon boat crew.
  • Lawn Care – 2003 – Worked for a company out of Durham, NY.
  • Field Stone Mason – 2002 – Worked for a field stone masonry company in upstate NY.
  • Philadelphia Biblical University – 2002-2005 – Computer Lab Worker and then Computer Lab Supervisor.
  • Philadelphia Biblical University – 2001 – Assistant to the Director of Academic Marketing. This ended up being a short-term gig when the position of Director of Academic Marketing was eliminated after a few months (so why would you need an assistant any more?).
  • Philadelphia Biblical University – 2001 – Phone-A-Thon caller to raise money from alumni. This was a short-term gig.
  • Wild Thymes Farm, Inc. – 2000 – Factory Worker, Shipping. Also helped out on their farm and maintained the website for the Taubman Institute (which appears to be no more). This was during my senior year in high school.
  • Computer Technician – 1999 – Worked at a local computer hardware store until it closed.
  • Farmhand – 1998-2003 – Worked on a local farm providing whatever assistance was necessary – mainly involved stacking (and unstacking) bales of hay, also occasionally working with sheep, etc.
  • Independent Web Developer – 1999-Present – Clients have included DeBaun Art, Mountainview Enterprises, First Baptist Church of Westerlo, Faith’s Hats, and so on.

Education

  • Cairn University – 2001-2005 – Bachelors of Science in Biblical Studies with a emphasis on Pastoral Ministries.

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