Description

Stephen J. Sundberg
7732 South Newland Avenue, Burbank, IL 60459 stephenjsundberg@icloud.com 708.420.6408
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RELEVANT SKILLS

Computer Repair/Technician
Highly motivated, dependable troubleshooter and problem-solver
Customer-focused performer who is committed to quality in every task – from personal interaction with co-workers and users to outside customers
Valued contributor who performs confidently and effectively under pressure and thrives on challenge
Good communicator and excellent listener
Enthusiastic learner who quickly grasps new concepts and technical skills
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CERTIFICATIONS
Microsoft Certified, Professional Certification
Network + CompTIA Networking Technologies
A+ CompTIA – Software and Hardware Technician

Operating Systems/Software Applications/Markup Language
Windows Microsoft Office Suite
Linux Visual Basic
Novell Netware QuickBasic
Sun Solaris 10 HTML
EXPERIENCE

Patriot Technologies, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Computer Technician 2005 – 2006
Built personal computers
Installed Cisco routers
Installed cash registers and gift registry terminals
Comcast, Oak Brook, Illinois
Direct Sales Associate 2004 – 2004
Walked door-to-door to establish new accounts
Informed customer of existing promotions and as well as new offers
Dartek Computer Supply, Naperville, Illinois
Account Manager 2003 – 2004
Established relationships with business-to-business customers
Prospected for new customer accounts by cold calling
Assisted customers with customer service related issues
Took orders for non-business customers

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Manpower Professional, Chicago, Illinois
Computer Technician 2002 – 2003
Built personal computers
Applied patches to Windows 2000
Installed DIP chips in Quantum servers
EDUCATION
Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, Illinois
Associate of Science, General Studies, 2004