K. Rex Mayfield
290 Scroggins Terrace, Hot Springs, AR 71901, Home 501-262-5712, Work 501-262-0060, E-mail email@example.com
April ’01 to Present – K. Rex Consulting, Nationwide
Consulting and contract services – voice, data, and video telecommunications project management.
Ritter Telephone Company, Jonesboro, AR – Design, engineer and project manage the new CLEC central office. Project included fiber optics, class 5 switch, OC-12 transport link with the PSTN.
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR – Architectural review and design of voice/data infrastructure and campus network connectivity for new Bio-Sciences Building.
Pomeroy IT Solutions, Memphis, TN – Provided RCDD and Project Management services for closing a $2.3 mil. Cable upgrade project for the University of Tennessee, Memphis Health Sciences Center.
NEC BNS, Inc., Dallas, TX – Project Manager for Humphreys County School District E-Rate project. $7.0mil project providing all equipment and labor for voice, data and streaming video systems in all schools within Humphreys County Mississippi.
Intelex Inc., Little Rock, AR – Gig-LAN consulting for Akron newspaper in Akron, OH
C3 Communications, Austin, TX – Program Manager for the North Ring project – Project Management of an Alcatel equipped OC-48 ring encompassing Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
C3 Communications, Austin, TX – Program Manager for the collapsed ring project between Tulsa and St. Louis. Project management of a Nortel LH1600 OC-48 collapsed ring consisting of 13 sites, three of which were DWDM equipped with Cisco 15454 terminals.
C3 Communications, Austin, TX – Program Manager for the collapsed ring project between Little Rock and Louisville. Project management of a Nortel LH1600 OC-48 collapsed ring consisting of 11 sites, four of which were DWDM equipped with Cisco 15454 terminals.
Responsibilities included all voice, video and data telecommunications. Responsible for technical design and support of eight (8) call centers, three Voice Response Systems (VRU), global wide area network (WAN), electronic commerce group (Internet), trade floor telecommunications (feed services and IPC turret systems) and local area networks (LAN). Managed 174 toll-free (800) numbers, multiple interexchange carriers (IXC), multiple local exchange carriers (LEC), virtual private network (VPN), remote access system (RAS) and two Internet Service Providers (ISP). Hardware platforms supported as follows; NORTEL Opt. 81 PBX, Meridian ACD, Periphonics IVR, CISCO routers, AS5300 remote access server, Checkpoint firewall, Newbridge bandwidth managers, Meridian VoiceMail, Genisys CTI server, Aspect ACD, SwitchView telemanagement system.
Dial, TCP/IP, WAN, LAN, ATM, Frame Relay, VPN, IVR, DS3, T-1, DS0, ISDN (PRI/BRI), SONET OC-3/OC-12.
May '91 to October ’96 - METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY, HOUSTON, TX
Network Architect/Manager (Consultant to employee)
Responsibilities included the Bid Specifications (RFP), Project Management, and Acceptance phase of all telecommunication related projects and the management of the LAN and MAN.
President and COO with P&L responsibilities of a voice and data networking company that provided engineering, installation and maintenance of copper and fiber networks. Interlink maintained twenty-six (26) contracts with local companies for provisioning telecommunications services (voice, data and video hardware platforms) for campus type networks. Interlink’s customers included universities, chemical plants, law firms, and computer manufacturing firms. Interlink installed video networks for high rise buildings and parking garages for use with personnel safety and security systems. Interlink employed a work force of eighty-six (86) technicians and workers. COO responsibilities included management, direction and supervision of engineers, project leads and installation technicians from inception to acceptance of large network projects. Conducted Proposal Presentations to customers and potential clients. Trained sales personnel in technical aspects of the business. Negotiated and implemented large contracts with network users to provide voice and data distribution, switch installation, and Centrex Plexar networks.
February '70 to January '84 – AT&T – The Bell System, Various Locations
District Manager - Outside Plant Construction
Management Assessment Center Review Staff
Staff Supervisor responsible for District Audits in Quality and Safety
Training School Instructor – Splicing, Installation, Test Board
First Level Supervisor – Line Crew Supervisor and Contract Supervisor, Splicing Crew Supervisor
BICSI - Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) #1304
BICSI – Certified LAN Specialist #9603
TPMA – Certified Telecommunications Project Manager (TPM)
Very knowledgeable with the following software; MSOffice, MS Project, ABT Workbench - Project Management, VISIO Enterprise 2000, AutoCad Lite.
Knowledgeable in the following protocols: TCP/IP, IPX, XNS, DECNET, LAT, and SNMP
1982 St. Edward's University BBA Business Management
1987 SWBTC Fiber Optics
1989 Texas A&M University Data Communications
1992 DEC Training Pathworks
1992 DEC Training VAX System Manager
1993 AT&T Paradyne T 1 Multiplexers/NMS
1993 American Research Group TCP/IP Networking
1994 CISCO Software Configuration for Routers
1995 Phoenix Data Systems Qubix Communications Server
1996 Saratoga SNMP
1996 Saratoga SS7 Switching
1996 Network General Sniffer (Protocol Analyzer)
1997 TTC T-Berd 224 T-1 testing
1997 TTC T-Berd 310 DS3/Sonet testing
1997 TTC FireBerd 6000
1997 TTC FireBerd 5000 WAN Analyzer
2000 TTC T-Berd 2310
2001 BICSI Designing LANS and Internetworks
2001 BICSI LAN Specialty Review Class
2002 BICSI Telecommunications Project Management
2002 BICSI Advanced Project Management
Building Industry Service Consulting International (BICSI)
Gigabit Networking Committee
Texas ATM Strategic Alliance (TASA)
Southwest Communications Association (SCA)
FOCUS - Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Users Group
DSUG – AT&T Data Services Users Group
GeekMeet – DFW Area
State Games Director – Special Olympics
Project Management Institute (PMI)
Telecommunications Project Managers Association (TPMA)