Brian Gallina

  • Systems Administrator
  • Glen Burnie, MD 21060
  • May 31, 2017
Full time Information Technology

Personal Summary

Analytical and technically inclined professional with hands-on and progressive experience in software and solution development; complemented with proven expertise in software design, programming, and testing. Recognized for strategic and technical skills in identifying complex solutions and coordinating team efforts to achieve productive operations. Highly communicative developer with proven ability to present technical materials and system details to diverse audiences and end users. Regarded for unparalleled work ethic and articulate communication aptitudes; able to handle and prioritize multiple tasks within a fast-paced and demanding environment. Currently hold an active Department of Defense Top Secret Security Clearance.

Work Experience

Software Engineer
Jan 2010 - Northrop Grumman

Direct software integration efforts from planning and development to final customer qualification testing
Assume full accountability in planning and organizing development schedules, including build dates, bench access, integration risk, and test events
Work in collaboration with other teams in handling test bench assets and identifying resources for fielding, upgrades, and exercises
Support the integrate software solutions within the software baseline in coordination with developers and other technical teams
Carry out onsite software installation for customers, while ensuring all field engineers were knowledgeable in all system processes
Facilitate effective performance enhancement training for other team members and field engineers to support them in understanding the whole system
Take charge of all test bench assets in multiple laboratories and guarantee the maintenance of general system, which involve installation and configuration of servers, workstations, and RAID within the test and production environment
Received award for demonstrating exceptional planning and execution of a successful test event, which increased the maturity of a key system capability and brought recognition for the Northrop Grumman as key thought leader within the business area, which involved:
Development of 7 different aircraft configurations for 16 objectives over 15 different flight test cards in conjunction with technical teams
Execution of 5 missions, which completed 16 objectives with 27 flight test cards, generating over 500 GB of test data, 241% of accounting of the required minimum dataset


Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
New Jersey Institute of Technology