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DAVID N. KRAHN


davekrahn@canada.com http://members.tripod.com/davekrahn

OBJECTIVE
·Computer Network Administrator ·Computer Software Support Specialist
SKILLS
· Computer proficiency: Windows (NT 4.0 Server/Workstation, XP, ME, 98, 95 and 3.1) Novell Intranetware 4.11, Microsoft Office 2000 (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) HTML and Web Page Design, Macromedia Flash, Javascript, Corel Draw 4.0, Visual Basic 5.0 and Visual C++ · WHMIS, St. John Ambulance First Aid and CPR training

EDUCATION
     Computer Service Technician Program      Productivity Point International, Sarnia, Ontario: 1997 · Microsoft Certified Product Specialist · Novell 4.11 CNA certification

Business Software Applications Program Academy of Learning, Sarnia, Ontario: 1997 ·Business Software Applications Certificate

Environmental Assessment and Management Program Fanshawe College, London, Ontario: 1995-1996 · Environmental Assessment Certificate

Honours Co-operative Bachelor of Environmental Studies University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario: 1988-1993 · Joint degree in Geography and Environment & Resource Studies

EXPERIENCE
Network Administrator/Computer Software Support Technician/Web Site Developer Consultant Work December 1997-Present
    ·Responsible for computer repairs, installations, web site design and management, handling problems with software and hardware, internet and email instruction resolving printing difficulties, customizing toolbars, and software training
9-1-1/Civic Addressing Planning Technician Lambton County Planning Department, Wyoming, Ontario Kent County Planning Department, Chatham, Ontario 1993- 1994
    ·Prepared civic addressing database for Bell Canada, civic addressing policy manual, the Kent County street registry, a listing of road naming problems and maps ·Trained field technicians and responded to inquiries from Bell Canada, Emergency Services Personnel and Township officials regarding property numbering, road naming and the enhanced 9-1-1 system
Environmental Services, Co-op Student Public Works Canada, Environmental Services, Hull, Quebec January 1992-April 1992
    ·Prepared Property Transfer Assessments of federal properties within the National Capital Region ensuring that environmental concerns such as PCB wastes and stored chemicals complied with environmental legislation and WHMIS guidelines ·Assembled financial updates for environmental audits and property assessments
Permit To Take Water Coordinator Ontario Ministry of the Environment Approvals & Planning Unit, London, Ontario September 1990-December 1990 & May 1991-August 1991
    ·Administered and coordinated the Permit To Take Water Program which involved responding to public inquiries, consulting with Conservation Authorities and Water Resource Staff and formulating permit conditions ·Compiled mapping and aerial photographs for official plan amendments, gravel pit applications and O.M.B. hearings and entered information into the database program
Student Planner Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Planning Department, Chatham, Ontario January 1990-May 1990
    ·Reviewed severance and bylaw applications, subdivision proposals and updated the District Land Use Guidelines with the assistance of the Planning Review Officer ·Projects included map work outlining fish and wildlife concerns, providing resource inventory for consulting firms and inputting applications into the database

REFERENCES
To be provided during the interview