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Desired Industry: Computer Software/Programming SpiderID: 7003
Desired Job Location: Cleveland, Ohio Date Posted: 5/20/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date:
Desired Wage: 80000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Over 20 years of progressive experience with specific emphasis on technical management, systems analysis, consulting and programming


Experience:
TechPar Group, LLP, Hackensack, NJ, 2002 - present
Associate Advisor

• Participated in a team of CIO’s to create a new service offering called “CIO Assistance” that advises senior IT managers how to deal with the challenges of managing business alignment, technology, financial and organizational issues.
• Designed and developed a website and database for tracking the activities of a world-wide organization. Used Visual Basic (VB) and Active Server Pages (ASP).
• Participated in the annual audit of the government of Washington, DC.
• Performed data mapping and discovery for the Fannie Mae Financial Restatement project.

The City of New York/ Dept. of Information Technology & Telecommunications 1992 – 2002
Deputy Commissioner, Advanced Technology& Systems Development

• Managed the Advanced Technology and Systems Development Division, of this $100 million - 300 person City Agency, with responsibility for all new systems development, including a multi-million dollar, Interactive Kiosk Demonstration project, a Criminal Justice Data Sharing project and the development of an innovative hand-held computer system for identifying vehicles of scofflaws.
• Introduced Object-Oriented Technology Training city-wide via distance learning.
• Supervised a Professional Services Group, a staff of 50 professionals, providing consulting services to other City agencies.
• Developed a number of proposals for improving aspects of City government and sat on a number of RFP evaluation committees. Chaired the Technical Subcommittee of the Human Services Action Group (HSAG), a joint government and non-profit organization initiative.

Inference Corporation, Stamford, CT 1991 - 1992
Senior Knowledge Engineer

• Built a prototype Expert System in Microsoft Visual Basic for a major copier manufacturer to aid in sales training, which resulted in a contract award for the next phase of a $1 million project.
• Headed a small team, for a major telecommunications company, responsible for performing a high-level audit of the IS Department resulting in a major re-organization to make the IS Department more effective and responsive to the users' needs, and changed the IS Department Management's thinking regarding CASE Technology, Object-Oriented Technology, Software Metrics and Expert Systems Technology.
• For a large utility, won client approval of a functional specification and detailed design for an Expert System to monitor system alarms and advise operators; prepared a proposal, accepted by the client, to perform a feasibility study to build an intelligent, Automated Procedures Manual; wrote a utility program to translate a large sub-system, written in Fortran, to the C programming language; and, translated a Network Monitoring Program, written in LISP, to the C programming language.

Applied Intelligence Systems, New York, NY 1985 - 1991
President

• Co-founded and managed this consulting company specializing in Expert Systems development. Designed and developed an Expert System Shell for PC's and Mainframes, incorporating machine learning and hand-crafted, hierarchically structured rules. Used the shell to develop a number of prototype Expert Systems for major companies in the insurance industry.
• Sold, designed and implemented a mainframe-based Expert System for life insurance underwriting for the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company, which improved the quality of underwriting, allowed reduced staff to handle a larger workload and cut seven days off the average time to approve a policy-considered the most successful Expert System in the industry.

UBS (PaineWebber, Inc.), New York, NY 1981 - 1985
Assistant Vice President

• Headed an Information Center team that provided ad hoc reports using RAMIS to ten departments within the corporation including Human Resources, Compliance, and Marketing.
• Participated in a team that installed a new General Ledger package using COBOL.


Education:
Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP)
Certification in Data Processing

University of Pittsburgh
Master of Science in Computer Science


Carnegie Mellon University
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering


Affiliations:
• Wrote a Chess Playing Program that became one of the top ranked programs in the world (CHAOS).

• Expert programmer in more than a dozen computer languages including Java, C, C , COBOL, FORTRAN and Assembler.

• Provided consulting services for Westinghouse on a project to automate the layout of machine parts cut from sheets of steel, and improved the run-time and placement efficiency of this large, heuristic program (FORTRAN).

• Developed a Computer Assisted Instruction System (CAI), for the History Department of Carnegie Mellon University, that enabled high school students to query a legislative database in simple Englishproject resulted in the spin-off of a commercial company to capitalize on the technology.

• Designed and implemented enhancements to the Carnegie Management Game, an industrial simulation program used by several business schools.

• Programmed, for Bendix, the first Avionics Navigational Micro-Computer System.

• Designed and developed a T&E System; a Database Management System (DBMS); an On-Line Recovery System; a Full-Screen Text Editor; a Generalized System for reporting and plotting ratings averages; a Demographic Forecasting Program; a Program Conversion Aid; a Network Traversal Program to allow partial cancellation of complex contracts; and, a number of Programmer Productivity Aids.

• Developed and taught courses at university and technical school levels and a nationally-advertised series of Professional Development Seminars in Database Technology, as well as lectures on the topics of Expert Systems and Knowledge Management.

• Author of "Artificial Intelligence/Expert Systems", a chapter in Ace the Technical Interview, McGraw-Hill (1994).


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Email me at Jrubenfeld@acm.org


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