Technical Skills

  • Experience with multiple server environments such as Windows server, Debian Linux, Ubuntu Linux Server, and Mac OS server, among others.
  • Developing, Installing, configuring, and maintaining Microsoft Active Directory and it’s Linux equivalent Open LDAP / SAMBA.
  • Experience in maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing Personal Computers and Other Computerized Office Equipment.
  • Design, develop, implement and maintain a personal Internet site on a physical sever.
  • Familiar With Internet of Things and Prototype boards like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and BeagleBoard.

Customer Experience Skills

  • Five Years of phone center experience dealing with a broad spectrum of people from differing backgrounds.



  • CompTia A+ Certifcation
  • Amateur Radio License – General, Callsign KI6KIU


Work Experience

Kevin Laybourn IT Management and Consulting

January 2000 – Present , Sacramento, California


Configure design, maintain computer networks and servers for multiple clients. Perform system hardware analysis, maintenance and upgrades. Configure operating systems and application software. Perform software installation, updates, and maintenance. Support server, network and desktop hardware, software and applications. Develop technology strategic plans. Perform and implement technology needs analysis. Procure and deploy hardware and software to ensure optimal performance of resources. Develop, implement, and support the network and computing infrastructure plan. Manage small to medium sized projects according to agreed upon budgets and schedules. Assist with technology planning through ongoing research. Diagnose and remediate hardware and software problems.


Highlights Include:

Sacramento Scottish Rite Bodies

Information Technology support

August 2012 – January 2014


Design and implementation of a 10 node network with a wireless 802.11 g mesh network. Also designed and implemented an Active Directory server and Print server Using Windows Server 2008 R2. Analyzed network security issues; designed and developed, and implemented a Firewall to meet HIPAA Compliance, Ensuring separation of Server access between shared networks. Instructed in basic server operation and Active directory Assisted in IT support development and Implementation of guidelines for basic troubleshooting. Assisted in elevated IT support Issues.  This includes, but not limited to, Issues with certificate recognition, Hardware upgrades to deal with slow computers, and inspecting network cables for damage in connection issues.


Sacramento Watch and Jewelry

Information Technology support

August 2014 – Present


Design, purchase and implementation of a new camera system and small business VOIP system. Design and pull new cabling for cameras and for network redesign. Plan and implement a policy for remote camera access and control. Installed new VoIP hardware and design and configure PBX software for routing and access. Used of the shelf small office VOIP service for PBX solution.  Set up virtual fax system. Provide ongoing technical support.  Help with Operating system Upgrade to Windows 10.


Capitol City Masonic Lodge

Information Technology support

February 2013 – Present


Design and implement wireless network. Install and maintain application software. Perform routine hardware and software maintenance and upgrades.

LAN Administrator

City Hostess Service

1996 – 2007


Performed system hardware maintenance and upgrades of office computers and local networks. Configure operating systems and application software. Set up Apple AppleTalk group and maintained user and group access. Perform software installation and updates, and maintenance of computer systems.  Performed Hardware upgrades on existing systems. Perform database table maintenance and updates on ClarisWorks / Appleworks v3.5-v5.O. and FileMaker Pro. Perform data entry and produce reports. Generate flyers and brochures in Adobe Photoshop and PageMaker. Generate and produce documents using Microsoft Office family of software products. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, and FrontPage, etc.)


Program Technician II,

Contractors State License Board – Licensing Call Center

February 2011 – Present, Rancho Cordova, CA


Answer incoming phone inquiries by providing detailed information to the public, licensees, applicants, and other governmental agencies. Areas of inquiry include but are not limited to questions regarding the license law, regulations, policies, issuance and maintenance of contractors license law, general classification information and complaint handling procedures. Resolve difficult and complex issues relating to the licensing process, interpret and provide clarification of licensing requirements, statutes and regulations. Must deal tactfully and professionally with callers, staff, other divisions and programs.   Also involved with emergency processing of Workers Comp Certificates for Licensees and urgent mailings  of License Renewals for Licensees.  Assisted with minor IT issues such as paper jams in printers, toner replacement, phone connection issues,  monitor issues, and phone client configuration issues.


Office Technician,

California Department of Consumer Affairs – Records Imaging

October 2007 – March 2011, Sacramento, California


Act as backup to team Lead Office Technician and assist in training of fellow employees. Review and prepare all incoming program documents. Identify and perform quality checks. Identify poor quality documents and stamp accordingly. Repair documents to be scanned. Prepare color photographs for scanning. Properly identify documents that are not public record and remove them. Purge documents according to the program’s record retention schedule. Respond to requests for records by retrieving documents from KOVIS database and the intelligent micro-image scanner. Enhance documents for legibility. Deliver requested documents to departmental units. Key specific document information into KOVIS system. Proof keyed work and conduct quality control checks on all documents scanned. Perform quality checks by using KOVIS system. Verify license’s name and license number with the CAS system. Quality check documents that were prepped by other staff members as requested by supervisor. Inform supervisor of the status of documents reviewed. Assist the public and departmental staff at reception counter.  Perform data entry and produce reports. Generate flyers and brochures in Adobe Photoshop and PageMaker. Generate and produce documents using Microsoft Office family of software products. (Word, Excel, Power Point, Access,  etc.)




Western Governors University –  Salt Lake City, UT

Bachelors in Science for Information Technology with a focus in Security

Currently Attending, Projected Graduation June 2019

  • Introduction to IT
  • Geography
  • IT Foundations
  • IT Applications
  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Critical Thinking and Logic

Los Rios Community College District – Sacramento, CA,

Was Enrolled in Computer Information Systems program

Transferred to University

Computer Information Systems Classes Completed

  • Network Systems Administration (Windows & Linux)
  • Intermediate Network Systems Administration (Windows)
  • Introduction to Local Area Networks
  • Operating Systems (Windows & Linux)
  • Intermediate Operating Systems (Windows & Linux)
  • Introduction to Data Communications
  • Algorithm Design/Problem Solving
  • Introduction to Computer Information Science
  • Business Communications
  • Introduction to Business

Amateur Radio Field Day Committee , River City Amateur Radio Communications Society

Summer 2013, Sacramento, CA

Field day is both a drill for Emergency Communications and a contest to see how many contacts can be made in a 24 hour period. As a member of the field day committee, I help assist in the Planning, Set Up and Tear Down of our club’s site for the annual ARRL / RAC Field Day Event.  This includes setting up solar panels, High Frequency Radio Transceivers, Antenna systems, and stations for operators. Testing coaxial cabling for continuity and performance.  Setting Up Network for centralized logging of contacts of stations. Negotiate which Stations will be on what bands throughout the day. Adjusting antenna systems for low standing wave ratio. Other smaller tasks involved too.  Requires both help guiding fellow club members on set up and taking instruction from superiors.  Other jobs include insuring proper paperwork is filed, stocking food and refreshments and talking with the public and media.  Also work as an operator as time allows.

Eagle Scout Project

Spring / Summer 1999,  Elk Grove, CA

My project was to clean up the Hilltop Cemetery between Bond and Waterman Road in Elk Grove, CA.  The Hilltop Cemetery, at the time, was considered a pioneer cemetery and a historic site.  The location was overgrown with weeds, Tombstones were in need of cleaning, and In general needed a lot of maintenance.  In order to implement this project I had to come up with a proposal to the Elk Grove – Comsumnes  Cemetery District in order to perform work on the cemetery.  The proposal had to lay out a budget for the project, the proposed dates of the project, and a basic environmental impact of the project.  During the actual project, I had to supervise volunteers, organize work groups, and insure completion of work.   After the project I had to write  a review of the project and meet with a panel to review my project.




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