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Business Analyst Resume

SUMMARY

Over 26 years Information Systems experience with emphasis on requirements gathering, systems analysis, design, coding, testing, debugging and implementation.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Hardware/ Software: COBOL II, DB/2, QMF, IMS, IMS DB/DC, DL/I, CICS, MVS, TSO, Sequential/VSAM/GDG files, JCL/PROCS using symbolic variables, Fileaid, Macro 4 Insync, Endevor, Xpediter, TraceMaster, Dumpmaster, AS/400, IBM z/OS Mainframe, Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, Outlook, Lync, Visio, Sharepoint).

EXPERIENCE:

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Performed development for the Health Care Reform initiative.
  • Created the Bi - directional system to send and receive files between Confidential Dental Claims system and the customers.
  • Devised the Reconciliation processor for matching out-of-pocket expenses between the Medical and Dental systems.
  • Created new programs and updated existing code for DB2 and IMS data retrieval.
  • Composed job flowcharts, program specs and testing documentation.
  • Testing tools utilized Tracemaster interactive debugger and Macro4 Insync data manipulation.
  • Developed the Active Duty Dental Program (ADDP) system for the Confidential .
  • This system administers benefits to Active Duty Service Members worldwide.
  • Worked with Claims systems to correctly extract DB2 data. Interacted with Java developers to load the DB2 data to Network Attached Storage drives.
  • Created programming specs, coded and unit/system/acceptance tested.
  • Received an ADP Level II security clearance for this project.
  • Created the invoicing system for the eCommerce project.
  • Coded the extract programs for the retrieval of the invoice, receivable and income data from DB2 tables.
  • Developed the files to create the invoice pages and the roster.
  • Collaborated with the print room to ensure format correctness. Received an ADP Level III security clearance for this project.
  • Developed the Group Automated Delinquency, Collections, and Cancellations (GADCC) subsystem of the Dental Claims Processing System.
  • Met with the customer to develop business requirements.
  • Created programming specs, coded and unit tested.
  • In conjunction with business analysts and the customer, created system and acceptance test cases.
  • Implemented and provided oncall support.
  • All work was performed in COBOL II using Endevor accessing DB2 databases.
  • Testing tools included QMF, Xpediter interactive debugger and Macro4 Insync data manipulation.
  • Worked in The InteGrated Accounts Receivable (TIGAR) subsystem of the Claims Processing System.
  • Responsible for the Billing and Electronic Funds Transfer systems that identify customers for billing and facilitate payments electronically between banks.
  • The position involved new development, maintenance and error support with emphasis on analysis and problem solving.
  • This work was performed in COBOL II via Endevor and Panvalet accessing DB2 and IMS databases.
  • Testing utilized QMF, Xpediter, Fileaid and Macro4 Insync.
  • Performed maintenance in the OSCAR claims processing system.
  • Worked closely with business analysts to ensure correct unit and acceptance testing.
  • All work was performed in COBOL II using Endevor accessing IMS databases and DB2 tables.
  • Testing tools included Xpediter interactive debugger and Macro4 Insync data manipulation.

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Maintained and developed new programs for the PACE cardholder system using COBOL II and VSAM in a CICS environment.
  • Subsystems included claims processing, eligibility and nightly batch cycles.
  • Debugging tools utilized Fileaid and SmartTest from Viasoft.

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Worked in the Subscriber subsystem of the Claims Processing System.
  • Led development for the Direct Load system that inserted new groups of subscribers into the system as well as applied changes to existing customers.
  • The position involved new development, maintenance and abend support with emphasis on analysis.
  • This work was performed in COBOL II accessing DB2 tables and IMS databases.
  • Testing tools included QMF, FileAid and Platinum for DB2.

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Developed and supported the Student Loan Servicing system for the Confidential .
  • Programs were written utilizing COBOL II, CICS, DB2, and a code generator tool called KEY.
  • This involved analysis, programming, testing, and documenting mainframe applications.

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Utilized CASE technology to design/develop HMO based Client/Server applications.
  • Systems included Membership, Precertification and Purge in DB2/Oracle platforms.
  • Worked closely with DBA Support to ensure system performance.
  • Performed analysis, programming, testing and implementation of various IMS DB/DC projects.
  • Provided on-call support for the Production and Customer Acceptance nightly batch cycles.
  • All work performed on an IBM 3090, IMS DB/DC, IMS BMP, COBOL II, MVS and TSO/ISPF.

Confidential

Business Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Performed analysis, programming and implementation functions for OSCAR claims processing system.
  • Supplied unit/system test plans along with system documentation.
  • Utilized IMS DB/DC, IMS BMP, COBOL II, MVS and TSO/ISPF.

Confidential

Computer Aid

Responsibilities:

  • New development and maintenance of existing systems.
  • The systems were written using COBOL, CICS and VSAM.
  • The applications included online purchasing and warehousing subsystems.

Confidential

Computer Aid

Responsibilities:

  • Developed and maintained on-line and BMP programs in an IMS DB/DC environment.
  • Applications include a Manufacturing Tracking system and a Warehouse Conversion project.
  • Responsibilities included specification design and DBD/PSB generation.
  • Also required a working knowledge of logical relationships as well as utilities such as Datavantage and DLT/0.
  • Utilized Xpediter as an interactive testing tool.

Confidential

Computer Aid

Responsibilities:

  • New development and maintenance of existing systems.
  • The systems were written using COBOL, CICS and VSAM.
  • The applications included online purchasing and warehousing subsystems.

Confidential

Computer Aid

Responsibilities:

  • As an AS/400 COBOL Programmer, developed and maintained on-line and batch programs as well as data description specifications including the use of subfiles.
  • Tested programs using DEBUG and Data File Utility.
  • The application was a Client /Server Insurance Claim Processing system which utilized an APPN to develop code at an offsite location.

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