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Justin Chia of Fort Benning, GA, has been named to the Chancellor's List at Troy University for the spring semester/Term 4 of the 2015/2016 academic year. The Chancellor's List honors full-time un...Spring 2016
Justin Chia of Fort Benning, GA, has been named to the Chancellor's List at Troy University for the fall semester/Term 2 of the 2015/2016 academic year. The Chancellor's List honors full-time unde...Fall 2015
Justin Chia of Fort Benning, GA, has been named to the Chancellor's List at Troy University for the summer semester/Term 5 of the 2014/2015 academic year. The Chancellor's List honors full-time un...Summer 2015
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Justin Chia was recognized for enrollingAn Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1)
Completed by Justin Chia on May 21, 2015
5 weeks | 7-10 hours/week
Joe Warren, Scott Rixner, John Greiner & Stephen Wong
https://www.coursera.org/account/accomplishments/certificate/GHF725HU39Summer 2015Added by JustinExpand ▾
Justin Chia was recognized for graduatingMaster of Instructional Resource/Learning System Technology 2002
Master of Adult Education 2004Fall 2000 - Summer 2004Added by Justin
Justin Chia was recognized for graduatingBachelor of Science in Computer Science, Minor in Computer Information System.Spring 1995 - Winter 1998-1999Added by Justin
Justin Chia was recognized for enrollingProgramming for Everybody (Python)
Grade Achieved: 100.0%
Completed by Justin Chia on April 28, 2015
11 weeks | 2-4 hours/week
University of Michigan
https://www.coursera.org/account/accomplishments/records/uQ5ehXSNkeen3ngeSummer 2015Added by JustinExpand ▾
Activities & Affiliations
SALUTE Veterans' National Honor SocietyAdded by Justin
TROY for TroopsResponsibility include providing computer technical supports for students with military affiliations in the center. Provide some guidance to students regarding general questions regarding military education benefits. Provide other assistance to supervisors during any school event when needed. Other activity not included in the main responsibility include tutoring students regarding computer programming and other computer course works.Added by Justin
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
VA WorkstudyAugust 2015 - May 2017
Responsibility includes providing computer technical support for students with military affiliations in the center. Provide some guidance to students regarding general questions regarding military education benefits. Provide other assistance to supervisors during any school event when needed. Other activity not included in the main responsibility include tutoring students regarding computer programming and other computer course work.
United States Army
Calvary ScoutMarch 2009 - March 2015Support Trainer Provided technical, communication and security support to trainers and students in field training. Provided computer application related support to the Training Room. Assisted personnel in person or through the phone. Tracked requests and applications such as leave, awards, administrative actions, promotions, mail, daily status reports and other paperwork related to the troop training room. Operated military vehicles such as Humvee, Light Medium Tactical Vehicle and Bradley for support during field training and support to trainers and students. Conducted weekly Preventive Maintenance Check and Services (PMCS) on motor vehicles. Performed other job functions as required. CPOF Operator Provided technical support through radio/computer communications to team leaders and live updates on computer map using Command Post of the Future (CPOF) for SQDN S3. Operated military vehicles such as Humvee, Light Medium Tactical Vehicle, Bradley and a small Track Vehicle for support during field training and drilling alerts. Conducted weekly Preventive Maintenance Check and Services (PMCS) on motor vehicles. Perform other job functions as required. CBRN Supervisor Provided maintenance and tracking on Chemical Biological Radio Nuclear (CBRN) inventory and equipment. Provided briefings on CBRN under direct supervision of CBRN Team Leader. Operated military vehicles such Humvee and Light Medium Tactical Vehicle during field training and drilling alerts. Conducted weekly Preventive Maintenance Check and Services (PMCS) on CBRN equipment and motor vehicles. Performed other job functions as required.
General Manager/Technical WriterJune 2005 - February 2009Supervised and managed sales of plumbing products and purchase of raw materials from various companies. Provided technical writing on product specifications. Provided after sales customer support. Provided problem solving on technical support on computer hardware, software and company website. Tracked raw materials and product pricing and shipping quotes. Provided weekly production reports and answered requests. Coordinated and planning with team members to ensure smooth production operation. Traveled in Southern California region to market products to meet regular and new clients.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Graduate Assistant/Computer Support/Web MasterAugust 2000 - May 2004Design, update and maintain the office of Academic Advising web page and e-advising pages. Serve as a technical leader in University College units by providing computer support to PC hardware and software applications such as Microsoft Office suite and Outlook. Assist in the email conversion and other web page designs.
Arkansas Department of Information System
UNIX Trainee/Computer Support SpecialistJanuary 2000 - July 2000Responsibilities included providing UNIX support, hardware and software troubleshooting, and writing program using C language.
U.S. Security Associates
Security OfficerFebruary 1999 - January 2000Burns International/U.S. Security Associates - Little Rock, AR – Feb 1999 to Jan 2000 and Jan 2005 to May 2005 Deter and report any incident using standard incident report to intermediate supervisor. Conducted routine patrols in the area of operation, provide escort to guest and screen personnel using a metal detector. Reaction alert on security breaches, inspect incoming and outgoing trailer trucks. Conduct other responsibilities when requested by supervisors or managers. Worked on various locations mostly during night shifts.
Computer Operator/Help DeskJanuary 1999 - January 2000Responsibilities included backing up daily applications, programming source codes/data, payroll, inventory, orders and sales data in case of network failure. Monitored and reported any failure of the network to my supervisor. Used AS/400 network, NT Workstation and Compaq File Server to do three different backups. Other responsibilities included releasing print queues and troubleshooting computer problems for users on the AS/400 network. Issued and closed tickets to each reported issue. This position was a night shift from 1000 to 0600 from Mon through Thursday.
Arkansas Department of Information Systems
Java Programmer Research InternAugust 1998 - January 2000Responsibilities included developing web applications that have an access to a database. Researched new techniques of connecting to a database using different web servers. Used dbAnywhere server (Database Server) and JDBC driver from Symantec, Java Web Server 2.0, Java Servlet and Java Development Kit from Sun, ODBC driver and ColdFusion 4.0 to develop web applications for the internet.
Junior Database (Oracle) AdministratorApril 2017 - Present
Daily responsibilities and duties include monitoring all servers for space issues with regard to Oracle usage and Database RMAN backup. Troubleshooting database issues. Examine database health-check emails for any irregularities. Executing multiple DML statements in live, production and development environments using SQL*Plus and TOAD for Oracle on Linux Redhat box. Completing requests from developers, testers and users.