Mainframe Cobol Programmer Analyst Resume
|Desired Industry: Computer Software/Programming
|Desired Job Location: Springfield, Virginia
||Date Posted: 9/22/2010
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 10/1/2010
|Desired Wage: 120000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained:
||Willing to Relocate: Yes
As a fully qualified IT professional with 25 years of experience of mainframe COBOL experience, there is much I can offer to further the advancement of software solutions in an progressive IT environment. I possess a multitude of skills including, oral/written communication, project management, array of technical skills, coaching of junior team members, and team leadership, that will enable me to make a significant difference in the advancement of new and old complex IT processes.
Consultant 4/2009 - Present
InfoReliance | Fairfax, VA
Government and Military
Assist IRS Account Services Branch with various programmer analysts tasks involving support, development and testing of COBOL Unisys applications.
Supported Account Services branch modernization project migration from Unisys COBOL-74 to COBOL-85. Provided systems administration, project management and customer support of IT applications in both development and systems acceptance test areas.
Provided support for release 2 of UCOB simulation/compatibility testing.
Created a new weekly COBOL module to summarize the weekly Balance Due Notice IMF/BMF control files which contain the print totals for each TIF area, along with supporting documentation.
Created support documents to identify and track project progress of all Account Services Branch 2010 mid-year and 2011 filing season work requests.
Providing support to Taxpayer Delinquent Analysis weekly weekend re-design project.
Performed analysis and completed changes and testing to correct PINEX computation in a penalty and interest sub-program.
Complete weekly transmittal reports for Account Services Branch.
Became skilled at extracting test data via the TIF Database Access program.
Application System Analyst/Programmer Senior 9/2006 7/2007 State of Indiana - Department of Workforce Development | Indianapolis, IN Government and Military
Developed COBOL software to report employer wage information by quarter for security personnel which would assist with fraud investigation.
Developed and implemented COBOL Unisys 2200 interfaces to the new debit card system replacing paper checks for unemployment insurance claims.
Completed various other projects to enhance both the mainframe and client/server applications consisting of analysis, coding, testing, documentation, and implementation using SDLC methods.
Promoted from Senior Programmer Analyst to Team Lead over the client/server group assigned to manage the projects of 6 team members and approximately 23 ORACLE and JAVA applications.
Project Manager over the conversion efforts of our Appellant and Review Board UNISYS COBOL applications to the new Unemployment Insurance modernization ORACLE applications.
Application System Analyst/Programmer Intermediate 5/2003 9/2006 State of Indiana - Department of Correction | Indianapolis, IN Government and Military
Responsible for the maintenance and enhancements to the main Dept of Correction inmate batch and online COBOL applications utilizing IDMS. The system tasks included everything from inmate intake to inmate release and community transition.
Supported the batch and online parole system utilizing analysis, coding, testing, documentation, and implementation skills. All processes were developed using SDLC methodology.
Applied enhancements to the juvenile application, utilizing DB2, SQL, COBOL, and IDMS.
Trained in ORACLE 9i, gaining experience developing new and supporting existing forms and report.
Consultant 8/1999 5/2002 Nims & Associates, INC. Team Lead
Lead a small group of developers in the conversion efforts of 3 transactions from Assembler to COBOL/CICS. This was a part of a larger project that provided a more reliable system for the customer, along with extending access to business resources, from a few hours a day to 24 hours a day.
Functional Manager over the Developers
Supervised 30 developers with responsibility to make developer work assignments, monitor assignments in order to maintain the project schedule, improve developer processes and procedures to gain effectiveness and efficiency, assist with problem tracking and resolution, prepare weekly status reports, and maintain open communication with management and other functional areas to ensure information was communicated effectively and in a timely fashion.
Developed, tested and documented COBOL programs in an IBM mainframe environment, applying knowledge of programming techniques and skills.
Applications Systems Analyst 12/1995 8/1999
Technical lead of a small team working on the Sales/Marketing system for business customer account. Responsibilities included the assignment of work, monitoring assignments, assisting with problem resolution, and maintaining effective communication with developers, managers, and business customers.
Completed project which converted Sales/Marketing applications to Baan software applications.
Completed project which made all Sales/Marketing applications Y2K compliant.
Provided on-call support for Sales/Marketing system.
Supported the Compensation/Benefits team for business customer account. Responsibilities included resolving COBOL application problems, and development and implementation of application enhancements.
Associate Degree, Computer Technology, Indiana Vocational Technical College, Muncie, IN 1978
COBOL, ALC, Oracle 6i/9i/11i, PL/1, IBM mainframes, Unisys mainframes, TSO/ISPF, ECL/IPF, FURPUR, JCL, PANVALET, ROSCO, CHAMP, LIBRARIAN, TOAD, CLEARCASE, DB2, IMS, IDMS, VSAM, CICS, ADSO, ROADMAP, SDLC, XPEDITOR, FILEAID, SQUA, SQL, SHAREPOINT, DOC-IT
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