Supported by more than 45 years of eminent experience in information technology (IT) and management, James E. Lubinski delved into his profession as an IT expert in serendipitous circumstances. Originally debating on becoming a professor, he then went into the management industry, serving the Allegheny County Controllers Office at the Greater Pittsburgh International Airport as an auditor, as well as Eastern Airlines in multiple roles from 1974 to 1990, ranging from Passenger Services Agent in Pittsburgh to the International Arrivals Management team in Miami. As his career progressed, he discovered his love for IT, and became an operations technical analyst for Electronic Data Systems in Plano, Texas, in 1990. Serving the prominent company until 2008, he excelled in myriad roles, including as a senior information security analyst, advanced business analyst, technical writer, technical training specialist, SAP training consultant, phone support technician, and enterprise service management/Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) training coordinator.
Upon departing from Electronic Data Systems, Mr. Lubinski was employed by HP Enterprises in Palo Alto, California, in 2008, where he served for four years until 2012 in several roles, such as a deployment engineer, technical writer, process engineer, learning and development specialist III with NACI Security Clearance, senior IT specialist, senior technical writer, and process engineer with NACI Security Clearance. From there, he excelled in similar positions with Barling Bay ETS, LLC, as well as with Leidos Holdings, Inc., until 2016. Since that time, he has been a senior IT specialist, senior technical writer, process engineer with NACI Security Clearance and project manager for Liberty IT Solutions in Kingwood, Texas.
During his professional tenure, Mr. Lubinski worked under contract to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, to Continental Airlines and to Amadeus, LLC. He has accrued several certifications in his areas of interest, including in SharePoint Basics, ITIL Basics, SAP, Six Sigma, and in all roles of the Department of Veterans Affairs PIV system. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and mathematics, with a minor in Italian, from Franklin and Marshall College, as well as a Master of Arts in Spanish from the University of Pennsylvania.
Notably, Mr. Lubinski contributes as a resource for the conformance of artifacts to current Section 508 Standards, and he has excelled as the chairman of the Documentation Style Guide Committee and a member of the Office of Information and Technology Documentation Standards Committee. In these dual roles, he is revered as a resource in providing directives and guides for other technical writers who work under the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Looking forward, Mr. Lubinski intends to experience the continued growth and success of his career.