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Brian McGinnis currently works for the Village of Westhampton Beach as a Suffolk County Civil Service certified Network and Systems Technician. McGinnis has achieved 4 different Civil Service qualifications during his 6 years of local government experience including Network and Systems Technician, Office Applications Specialist, Office Systems Technician, and Website Manager. McGinnis completed over 300 hours of classroom training while participating in the New Horizons Internet Professional Program in 2003-2004. McGinnis also obtained the prestigious Master CIW Designer certification by passing 3 industry certification exams. McGinnis has been a freelance Webmaster since 2004 and has participated in the design, development, and maintenance of approximately 25 different websites over the past 5 years. McGinnis also has experience creating social networking pages or profiles for businesses, artists, and individuals. As a photography/blogging enthusiast, McGinnis has had photos and articles published in news media and websites throughout the world wide web and print media. McGinnis passed the Series 7 examination back in 2001 while working as a Client Service Associate at the Headquarters Branch of UBS PaineWebber in New York City. After 9/11, McGinnis moved out of New York City and back to Long Island to focus on transitioning career paths into the information technology industry. From 1997-1999, McGinnis worked for a promotional marketing firm called GM Marketing in Atlanta. McGinnis graduated from SUNY Brockport in May 1997 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing Major/Economics Minor. McGinnis was also a member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, and NY State Champion Brockport Doggies Rugby club squad. 

Work experience

May 2003Present

Network & Systems Technician

Village of Westhampton Beach

Responsible for maintenance of 60+ computers, 25+ surveillance cameras, and a dozen printers. Research various technologies, evaluate system configuration requirements, purchase equipment, string cables, install hardware/software components, network configuration and administration, troubleshoot and problem solve for all departments of Village Government (Building-Zoning, Clerk's Office, Justice Court and Police Department). Consult appropriate vendors when necessary including Town of Southampton, Suffolk County Police Department, NY State Troopers, Optimum Online, Verizon, Broadview Networks, Hamptons Online, CBS Whitcom Technologies, Hauppauge Computers, Hampton Security Services and East End Computers. Assist with inventory tracking and auditing for Clerk's Office. Assist with records management and document imaging for Building-Zoning Department. Website Manager. Process Film and Video Permits within the Village of Westhampton Beach.


  • 4 Suffolk County Civil Service Qualifications (Network and Systems Technician, Office Applications Specialist, Office Systems Technician, and Website Manager).
Jun 2003Present

Network and Systems Consultant

Sunrise Business Computers

The network installation projects I assisted with include John’s Pools and Spas, the restaurant at Indian Island Golf Course, Starr Boggs, and the Westhampton Steakhouse. Average installation and network administration required approximately 60 hours of work. A typical project entailed first setting up each individual workstations and the server with the proper operating system, software and hardware. The next order of business would be to connect all the workstations to the router and ensure that the internet connection is configured properly. During this initial process, we would run all appropriate operating system and software updates. For all of the restaurant-related installations, this included configuration of the touch-screen monitors that one would see at almost any major restaurant these days. Those monitors need to be calibrated properly in order to be utilized. Also, we would need to install the Restaurant Management Software. Next, we would usually have to configure file and printer sharing, map drives, and perform extensive testing on the device connectivity. The average restaurant installation would have 3-4 network printers that any workstation would have available to print to. In addition, there would usually be 3-4 local printers as well. Once the entire network was determined to be fully functional, we would physically bring all of the equipment to the location, set it all up, troubleshoot, problem-solve, and work out any bugs that may arise. Once this process is complete, we would need to train the staff on functionality, and more specifically how to customize the restaurant management software database with their own menu items, side dishes, etc.

Mar 2000Nov 2001

Registered Client Service Associate

UBS PaineWebber

Support the business operations and provide administrative support for a team of Financial Advisors. Respond to client's requests, address inquiries, perform operational duties, and work with branch operations to resolve client inquiries. Perform Market Research for Financial Advisors upon request, and interface with branch management team as required.


  • Nominated for Divisional Client Service Award, June 2001.
  • Passed Series 7 Exam (General Securities Representative), July 2001.
Nov 1997May 1999

Account Manager, Team Leader, Independent Distributor

GM Marketing, Inc.

Independent Distributors work on a commission sales basis. Their Primary function is to learn the business and develop their sales and marketing skills. Responsible for team development, campaign management, and account management.

Typical Duties:

  • Advised clients on product placement strategy and implementation of promotional campaigns
  • Conducted management meetings, seminars, workshops, and assisted in staff recruitment
  • Organized extended sales trips, trained personnel in customer and client relations, staff management
  • Researched and assigned sales territories, treasurer, quality control supervisor, employer-employee liaison
  • Onsite marketing spokesperson, executor of corporate accounts including national food service, automotive, and entertainment conglomerates.
Jan 1997May 1997


Dean Witter

Internship involved a variety of administrative duties such as typing out business letters, preparing envelopes and labels, and work on spreadsheets.I utilized Microsoft Office to accomplish these tasks.The largest allocation of time was inputting data and analyzing data using ACT! – Contact & Customer Management Software.


Apr 2003Apr 2004

New Horizons Internet Professional Program

New Horizons Computer Learning Center

CorelDraw, Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, HTML, Illustrator, JavaScript, Mac OSX, Microsoft Office, Pagemaker, Photoshop, Quark Xpress, Windows (98, 2000 Professional, 2000 Server, Commerce Server, XP Professional), XML

Certification Logos

Civil Service Job Descriptions

Honor and Awards


Apr 2004Present

Master CIW Designer

Certified Internet Web Professional |
Jan 2004Present

CIW Professional

Certified Internet Web Professional |
Jan 2004Present

CIW Associate

Certified Internet Web Professional |
Jul 2001Jul 2003

General Securities Representative - (Series 7)

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission