Russell M. Middleton
Cranston
Polmaise Road
STIRLING
FK7 9PU
01786 849186 ~ russcelt1 AT russcelt.eu

Objective:

Information Technology / Microcomputer Support / Website management.

Summary:

Associate Degree (2 year, best 1%) and experience in Desktop Support. Website designer/manager and volunteer guide for the Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling, Scotland. Presenter for MacFarlane's Company an all-volunteer Living History Troupe based in Toledo, Ohio. Member Alba Re-enactment & Clan Heritage Trust, Alloa, Scotland. Student Member - British Computer Society (BCS). Member IWA/HWG since 2002. Assembled a Heathkit H8 PC in 1983. Studied FORTRAN on a punch card fed mainframe in 1974.

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Computing Science                             granted 15 March 2007
University of Stirling

A. S. in Business: Microcomputer Support Specialist (Highest Distinction)     December 2002
Lansing Community College -- Lansing, Michigan
Communications Officer for LCC branch of International Honour Society ΦΘΚ
Coursework:
LAN systems, Linux, Web management, Accounting, Data Communications.
Project:
Web pages designed with graphics, sound, and accessibility factors in mind.
Computer Skills:
Hardware: IBM pc clones
OS: Windows 3.x/9.x/2000/ME/XP, Linux/UNIX, DOS
Software: Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, Quattro Pro, Lotus 123 (dos)
Languages: HTML, Visual Basic, BASIC, FORTRAN

Work History:

Tech Support, part-time -- Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan, Jan – Jul 2003

Truck Driver -- ATMOSPHERE ANNEALING -- Lansing, MI                              1994 – 2001
Using first Quattro Pro, then migrating to Excel, developed a method of capturing information from a shipping database, then merged the data into a spreadsheet and generated reports and charts showing customer turn-around time, to meet ISO 9001 requirements.
Received Certificate of Appreciation for participating on the Y2K team.

Truck Driver – Progressive Heat Treating, Grand Rapids, Michigan,                 1978 -- 1994

Honours:
Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan – ‘summa cum laude’ (best 1%)
United States Air Force Good Conduct Medal

References are available on request.

Updated: 10 June 2007.