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    Jon Oliver
    Jon Oliver
    Assistant Dean at Rutgers University
    Greater New York City
    LocalityGreater New York City
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    1996 - Present
    Manage Special Projects and Research for the Dean on Higher Education Policy and Learning Space DesignResponsible for network design and management of 400+ device network and associated peripherals.Administer budget of $1.5 Million for research and teaching mission.Manage mid level managers and their 16 IT helpdesk, web developer and system administration staff.Long Range Planning for IT in Research and Teaching Mission of AAU universities.Adjunct Member of the PhD faculty.Highlighted AccomplishmentsDeployed the first Voice over IP Phone System at the university. Saved $300,000.00 over eleven years in reduced telecommunication charges.Increased funding for IT by 80%.Created virtual application environment enabling students to utilize costly software remotely via SC&I servers.
    1994 - 1997
    Acted as a computer, networking expert and resource for SCILS faculty, staff and students.Trained faculty, staff and students in the latest technology and applications. Conducts workshops on subjects ranging from advanced e-mail topics to web page design.Managed daily operation of electronic classrooms and laboratories.Designed and implements new laboratories and updates existing facilities. Creates and maintains web server software, multiple listservs, x-terminal client and server software, multi-object oriented software, anonymous ftp software and electronic library research projects.Assisted in planning and development of computer and networking resources. Responsible for strategic planning of present and future resources to maintain SCILS as the premier information technologists' at Rutgers.Responsible for providing for the computing and network needs for 65 faculty members, 544 graduate students and approximately 1600 undergraduate students. This includes 10 Sun Sparc Minicomputers, 20 Windows Servers and 300 network devices including PC, MAC and Linux.
    1986 - 1994
    Directed the operation of four Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM), X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) and auxiliary sample preparation equipment valued at approximately $1,000,000.00.Responsible for the development and implementation of new techniques in characterization of advanced materials by SEM/XRF.Supervised five graduate student staff members who assist in instructing faculty, students, and outside investigators on the theory and practical aspects of SEM/XRF.Responsible for the design and administration of two graduate laboratory courses: Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-Ray and Spectrographic Methods.Acted as technical expert in the analysis of materials for industrial sponsors and N.J. based small business.
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