SCOTT T. BAKER

7670 South Ridge Road
Madison, OH 44057

Home:
(440) 428-5575

Cell:
(440) 382-6366

bakoz@adelphia.net

Objective

    To obtain a challenging and rewarding position in a technology-based environment to excel in my current skills and build new experiences.
 

Technical Skills

  • Ability to write and troubleshoot in Visual Basic 6.0, VB.NET, C++, C#, Java, and HTML
    Programming Examples
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook) Quickbooks, Peachtree, and UPS Worldship
  • Comprehension of networking technologies such as TCP/IP
  • Ability to support and install Microsoft Windows-based systems
  • Skilled in SQL, UNIX/LINUX, and DOS commands
  • Experienced in building relational databasess
  • Ability to quickly learn and fully understand new technologies in computers, computer software, and electronics
 

Education

Lakeland Community College - Kirtland, OH 1999-2004
Associate of Applied Business Degree, PC Enterprise Programming (2004)
Microcomputer Client/Server Programming certified (2002)
Grade point average 3.73, Deans List

Cources Completed Include:

  • Programming Case Study
  • Systems Analysis
  • Networking Technologies
  • Supporting Microsoft Windows
  • C++ Programming I and II
  • Visual Basic Programming I and II
  • Java Programming I
  • HTML Programming I
  • Oracle SQL
  • Linux / Unix
  • Business Statistics
  • Game Programming I and II
 

Experience

Cut-Right Tools Corp. Office Manager 2004 to present

Manage office solutions for a small rotary tool manufacturer. Job duties include the handling of Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Sales, Payroll, Accounting, and Taxes. Create printable forms using Microsoft Office Suite to fit business rules that decreased production time and increased quality. Research new sales opportunities to expand business.
 

CSF, Inc. General Manager of Operations 1996 to 2003

Managed all aspects of running a small manufacturing corporation. Headed customer service relations including walk-in, telephone, and internet customers. Improved accounting methods including accounts payable and receivable. Hired and supervised employees. Researched and made decisions for the purchase of computers and other equipment. Repaired and maintained computers. Administered software such as QuickBooks and UPS Online. Maintain a reliable file system and windows registry. Performed advanced graphic design including photo enhancement and vector formatting for products and advertising. Handled all major office and management responsibilities with proficiency.
 

Freelance IT Consulting and Service 2002 to Present

Design and implement professional online media solutions for small businesses and individuals using CSS and ASP as well as strong HTML. Create interactive Flash media for dynamic online experiences. Provide advice for and build and repair computer systems for family, friends, and small businesses in the local area. Includes setting up computers, troubleshooting problems, giving purchase recommendations, and giving general phone support.
 

Activities

Cleveland Game Developers Meetup Group

Currently the group organizer, coordinating activities and meetings amongst members. CGDG Meets monthly to discuss the creation of electronic entertainment and the direction of the industry. Build games using a variety of technology including Visual Studios and 3D drawing programs.
 
 

References List

Kulwant Lotey

Instructor of IT
Lakeland Community College
7700 Clocktower Drive
Kirtland, Ohio 44094-5198
(440) 525-7193
kslotey@msn.com

Daniel Carl

Director
NEO Video Game Initiative
1381 Lakewood Avenue
Lakewood, OH 44107
Kirtland, Ohio 44094-5198
(216) 832-5509
dcarl@geekfan.com
 

William Weaver

President
GOC Computers
P.O. Box 508
Perry, OH 44081
(440) 259-3837
bill@goccomputers.com
 

Michael MacDonald

New Media Producer
Custom Media
7700 Clocktower Drive
(330) 425-4731
mac1260@nccw.net

7670 South Ridge Road
Madison, OH 44057

Home:
(440) 428-5575

Cell:
(440) 382-6366

bakoz@adelphia.net