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Senior Applications Systems Analyst Resume

SUMMARY:

  • Accomplished, dedicated Systems Analyst and Computer Programmer with thirty years experience developing and implementing large - scale computer application systems. Intimately familiar with designing systems for the on-line environment.
  • Specific expertise with Confidential programming.
  • Skilled in utilizing top-down structured, modular programming and driver program techniques.
  • Specific interest in trouble-shooting programs to solve and prevent problems.
  • Have designed systems and programmed for public transportation authority, the US federal government, the retail food industry, public utility company and private national professional organization.
  • Adept at all phases of system design and development including laying out databases to support system design, writing individual programs for the system, conducting unit and system testing, implementing systems, of users and writing user guides.
  • Experienced with providing expert support to already existing systems. Strong communication skills aid in effective .

COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE:

Hardware: IBM 3370/168, IBM 3031, IBM 3084, IBM 4341, IBM 3090 and IBM z800

Systems: Confidential, JCL (OS/390, z/OS, OS/MVS, DOS/VSE), ROSCOE, TSO/ISPF

Programming Languages: COBOL, BASIC, FORTRAN, RPG II, ALC

DBMS: IDMS, IMS, DATACOM, DB2

Client-Server Environment: VBScript, SQL, Adobe Forms Designer & Workflow, NEON Shadow- Confidential

EXPERIENCE:

Senior Applications Systems Analyst

Confidential

Responsibilities:

  • Designed and implemented Electronic Forms and Workflows for Material Management Department.
  • Used Adobe Forms Designer and Workflow software.
  • Created the organization database used by the workflow software to control the routing of the forms.
  • Used NEON Shadow- Confidential to retrieve data from mainframe VSAM files in real-time mode during the filling of the forms.
  • Provided maintenance support for the electronic forms and workflows.
  • Provided program maintenance and system enhancement support for vendor-supplied package Maintenance Control and Management System.
  • This is a COBOL/ Confidential mainframe system used by the Transportation Department. Modified programs to enable users to create Service Request/Fuel Tickets from the system. Implemented Arabic screens for some of the functions in Confidential .
  • Programmed and implemented a system for maintaining the database for Confidential U-Drive users.

Software Engineer

Confidential, Washington, DC

Responsibilities:

  • Provided maintenance support and enhancements to two systems.
  • These systems were written in COBOL and use VSAM files and DATACOM database. T he on-line systems were written in Command Level .
  • The Enhanced Data Acquisition and Display system (EDADS) is used to collect data from station equipment in the Metro Rail system.
  • The Electronic Farebox Register system records ridership and fares collected in the Metro Bus system.
  • Implemented an enhancement, which was used to monitor the status of the cashbox capacity on the farecard machines in the Metro Rail system.

Consultant, Systems Analysis and Programming

Confidential, Mclean, Virginia

Responsibilities:

  • Designed and implemented the on-line and Enrollment Network system.
  • This system was used to maintain catalog of courses, schedules, request for and approval of requests by supervisors and registrars.
  • Designed and implemented the on-line security module of Confidential Asset Information Management System ( Confidential ).
  • This module is used by the System Administrator to control user’s access to Confidential .
  • Designed and implemented an automated travel system (CATS) for Confidential officer anywhere in the continental Confidential processes travel documents and obtains supervisor’s approval. Coded all system control programs and most of the specific function application programs, and defined the database tables and keys.
  • System contained 120 programs and 70 screens.
  • Participated in the programming and implementation of Time and Attendance Management System (TAMS) used by Confidential employees to record work hours for processing and transmission to the Confidential Payroll system. Coded the largest and most complex programs in the system.
  • Developed an on-line transaction reporting system used by Confidential Officers at all U. S. ports to record workload statistics. Data is used to prepare workload reports for U. S. Congress in support of budget proposals.
  • Programmed and implemented an on-line weapons and badges inventory control system used to track firearms and badges issued to Confidential personnel.
  • Developed an error handler module used by all Confidential Administrative Systems for Confidential and on-line database errors
  • Implemented on-line systems using techniques which have been adopted and incorporated into Confidential on-line system standards.
  • Reviewed security methods on sensitive systems run on mainframe computers at Confidential .
  • Prepared a report including recommendations for upgrading the security on the sensitive systems.

Senior Programmer Analyst

Confidential, Fairfax, Virginia

Responsibilities:

  • Served as the Lead Confidential programmer in the development of the on-line Single Family Insurance-in-Force system used in maintaining mortgage information for single-family homes.
  • Designed and wrote the system control and system management programs. Used Command Level Confidential, COBOL and IMS database.
  • System utilized for billing and coordinating insurance claims. Received Letter of Commendation for designing and implementing the claims subsystem.
  • Provided overall technical support in the areas of Confidential, VSAM and IMS.
  • Maintained all the Confidential start-up JCL, updated Confidential tables, moved programs from development to system acceptance testing, conducted Confidential problem solving.
  • Conducted two Confidential courses to groups of up to 20 programmers.
  • Designed courses and prepared material.

Senior Programmer Analyst

Confidential, Landover, Maryland

Responsibilities:

  • Reviewed, enhanced and implemented on-line invoice verification system.
  • System insured the accuracy of quantity and calculations.
  • Assisted buyers with pricing decisions and also notified company of changes in product cost.
  • System replaced an entire department which had been manually verifying invoices.
  • Installed, tested and implemented Uniform Communication Standard used by the grocery industry to transmit purchase orders and receive invoices by telephone in a mainframe-to-mainframe mode.
  • Developed test plan including test criteria and test data.
  • Commended for being the first retail grocery chain to develop increased efficiency in inventory management through the use of the system.

Member of Technical Staff

Confidential, Landover, Maryland

Responsibilities:

  • Designed and programmed an interactive computer graphics software for the Confidential .
  • Used BASIC on Tektronix 4051 hardware. Assisted in production of charts and graphs for various users.
  • Trained non-DP users on the software.

Programmer Analyst

Confidential, Washington, DC

Responsibilities:

  • Analyzed several systems, wrote specification and wrote programs.
  • Designed, programmed and documented an on-line update system used by the association’s Services Department.
  • Developed turnkey software to assist non-DP users in the production of various reports.
  • Also designed and programmed a Congressional District Zip Code Directory System.
  • As a consultant to the association, produced Summary of Agreements Reports from data stored in IDMS database utilizing Data Analyzer and COBOL/IDMS interface program.
  • Also programmed, tested and installed a Labels and Rosters system using Data Analyzer and COBOL/IDMS programs.
  • Wrote the association’s monthly billing adjustment program, which is used to calculate dues, insurance premiums, assessments and insurance cancellations.

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