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Desired Industry: Computer Software/Programming SpiderID: 34332
Desired Job Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Date Posted: 3/7/2010
Type of Position: Part-Time Permanent Availability Date: April 1, 2010
Desired Wage:
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Application design, implementation, performance tuning and educational training to those who desire to be far better than the “best”, as publicized in IT journals. This atypical approach will utilize n-tiered architectural approaches, with integration of products and services that are both IBM and vendor-based. This includes the effective management and use of any data types/content management with interchange capabilities for seamless LOB integration. It also necessitates “thinking completely out of the box”, which allows the systems and those individuals involved in the efforts to so ‘leap frog’ the competition that there leaves no doubt ‘who’ and ‘what’ the industry looks to for guidance and design models, when all traditional methods fail.


Experience:
October 1996 Until Now: Strategic Alliance Executive, and Lead IT Architect / IBM Global Services, Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Consultant to DoD / DLA and responsible for 3 different contracts being signed and delivered to IBM worth well over $5 million. Received DLA's "Commander's Choice Award" in February, 2006 for efforts that allowed DLA to migrate to DB2 from DataCom. Technical marketing and alignment of business opportunities as they related to Cryptolope technology. Engaged and/or established mindshare, LOI and Showcase Agreements with the Universities, HUBS, Pa Lottery, Marvel Entertainment, Perot Systems, Texas Instruments, KnowledgeSoft, George Washington University, JW Pepper, and U.S. Chamber of Commerce. As lead IT Architect, incorporated component-based methods and techniques associated with cost-effective application design and data modeling. Responsible for reducing operational CPU, DASD and tape costs by over $1.75 million over a 2 year period, while continually adding functionality. Introduced new design points and organizational structures that helped elevate staff awareness and effectiveness in application delivery. Overall responsibility for all application architecture and design for PSS/Mechanicsburg, and currently world wide PSS technical lead for Parts Logistics Systems. Emphasis on a 3-tiered concept of delivery, particularly in the Information Warehouse. Worldwide consulting for IBM in many DB2 related performance situations. Established an exceptionally effective and seamless data replication environment that propagates data to Europe and several U.S. locations across various platforms for minimal costs. Implemented a highly parallel and massive batch data manipulation process in conjunction with Watson Research Lab for the creation of a worldwide and superior Parts Logistics Neighborhood process that will be used by all of IBM over the next 2 years. What took 3 days to process on a RISC processor with 20 parallel tasks, was brought down to 5 hours on an OS/390 processor with DB2 at its base. Continually educate the IT population on a wide variety of topics.


June 1992 Until Sept 1996: Industry Consultant / Pennsylvania Blue Shield (PBS)
Camp Hill, Pa.

Responsibilities in this position included the personnel and technical management of high-visibility projects that were assigned by the Vice President of Information Systems. This included the project and personnel development, planning, assignment and review of the people working on tasks, as well as being totally responsible and active in the architecture, design and implementation efforts. From 1993-1996, PBS was acknowledged as one of the best ImagePlus MVS/ESA sites in the world, from an internals perspective. The ability to store, retrieve and process volumes that PBS did made it an IBM-Flyin showcase. In addition, I managed and led efforts for KHP Services Client-Server Imaging solutions with their operational workloads. Established a state-of-the-art Subscriber Information Warehouse. Third party vendor product evaluation and integration was critical in my position.


April 1990 Until June 1992: Designer For IBM ImagePlus MVS/ESA (Advisory) Gaithersburg, Md.

Conceptual, High, Low Level design responsibility for the platform and its associated APIs. Lead designer for Batch Store, Purge, Archive, and Advanced Capture facility, while acting as the performance lead in any/all aspects of the product as it related to DB2, which the product is based upon. Managed contractors and IBM employees in the implementation of the product from a technical perspective.

February 1984 Until April 1990: IBM Staff Programmer Analyst, Bethesda, Md and Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Many and varied responsibilities that included technical education for IBM employees, design, and development leader for Planning/Tracking and Control System (PACTS) used by many IBM sites for over 10 years. Lead programmer for Contracts/Hardware Purchase, key developer in an on-line Document Retrieval System, lead programmer in the development of productivity tools such as TESTDS for IBM application programmers. DBA and performance analyst for SQL/DS data bases and technical support for I/S and customer community.


July 1982 Until Feb. 1984: Senior Programmer Analyst (COMSAT), Clarkesburg, Md

Responsible for the determination, analysis, design and programming of COMSAT laboratories business-related systems. Duties related to package installation, interfacing mainframe with word processors, enhancing production systems while performing technical problem-solution activities.


February 1979 Until July 1982: Systems Engineer (EDS)
Department Of Energy Account, Germantown, Md

Contract Reporting and Accounting analysis, design and programming. Converted 125 programs from CDC COBOL to IBM COBOL and associated JCL for a Personnel (PAY/PERS) system. Personally established the training contract with DOE, demonstrating EDS' expertise in CAI technology and performed software analysis, cost/benefit studies and technical documentation for EDS-DOE.



Education:
M.S. 1977 - Health Education (Pennsylvania State University)
B.S. 1976 - Health and Physical Education (Pennsylvania State University)
Completed 12 Credits toward doctorate at Penn State University in Adult Education (1995-1996)


Skills:
Tools Utilized Since 1979:

The databases, languages, utilities, third party vendor products and operating systems that I have used over the years are in some cases significant and in others unimportant today. The evolution of technology has made some of the below-mentioned obsolete, while others are primary to most major corporations. I have listed them simply as a reference to the repertoire of knowledge assembled to-date. A complete list is difficult to comprise.

Operating Systems Include:

MVS/OS390 and z/OS, VM, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 2000, OS/2, AIX, UNIX (on Recognition CICU processor and Xelus Planning platforms)

Data Base Usage:

UDB Client, DPROP/R, DB2/UDB for z/OS, S2K, ADABASE, IMS/DB, DB2/2, UDB/6000, Informix DG, SQL/DS

Languages Used:

COBOL, COBOL II, PL/I, REXX. CLIST, EXEC, EXEC2, Natural, RXSQL, IOS3270, PLEX, SAS, VM/AS, SQL, Command Level CICS, DL/I, QBE, OS/MVS JCL, SPSS, OMEGA, IBM Internal Use Only PLI Generator

Utilities/Third Party Products:

UDB Control Center and Replication Center, FDR, SYNCSORT, DFSORT, FTP, DEM, TESTDS, TSO, TSO/E, FSE, FSE/E, QMF, VMSERVE, OS/MVS Utilities, DMS/CMS, ISPF Dialog Services, OAM (OSREQ), SCRIPT, WordPro, Word, Data Catalog II, Scholar Teach III, Answer/DB, RACF, ACF/2, Librarian, Panvalet, OMEGAMON (MVS and DB2) BMC Acivity Monitor, DB2PM, Platinum Tools for DB2, LoadPlus and ReorgPlus, All DB2 Utilities, GDDM, WakeUp, SDF, ImagePlus MVS/ESA, FSX, PowerPoint, Word, Netscape Navigator, Cryptolope Factory, Xelus.

General Categories/Protocols Used:

TCP/IP, DDCS/2, LU6.2 (APPC via CICS-CICS and OS/2-IMS/APPC), DDF (RUW and DUW), DRDA , MO:DCA (Image Prototcol), XML



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