As a results oriented leader with over 17 years of experience with the FileNet
product set, and 20 years of experience in corporate technology, I am looking for a
position to take advantage of both my technical knowledge as well as my natural
desire to use technology to find solutions to business challenges. My goal is to
provide world class solutions for the many challenges that large corporations face
around content management, big data and the requirement to deliver more with
The ability to merge my people management and technology skills to provide these
solutions is a major driver behind my continued role growth within JPMorgan Chase
over the last six years. Under multiple managers I have been given more and more
responsibility and asked to deliver results with less and less resources. The move
into a shared service model for ECM will continue to shape my ability to deliver that
level of service while the new technologies being delivered in the space will allow me
to bring innovation and operational efficiency to bear on any new challenges that the
current regulatory landscape may throw up.
Engineer Manager VP, confidential
My role is to integrate IBM FileNet Content Manager and IBM Content Manager
OnDemand CMOD teams together to provide a singular engineering team focused
on strategy and direction of our ECM platforms. I am responsible for Leading a team
of engineers and acting as the subject matter expert for IBM FileNet Content
Manager 4.5.1 and 5.2.
As part of this role, I was responsible delivering the ECM infrastructure and
administration for the first project within Chase to use IBM Content Manager 5.2,
IBM Case Manager 5.2 and IBM Content Navigator 2.0.2 as a shared service for
two major regulatory projects across all lines of business within Chase.
Application Developer Lead VP, confidential
Led a team of application developers working with IBM FileNet Content Manager
4.5.1. Acted as subject matter expert for the product as well as interface to our
enterprise wide client community. Set direction for how we used IBM FileNet
Content Manager within Chase as well as suggesting direction for other parts of our
portfolio such as IBM Content Manager OnDemand and our in house developed
Application Developer, confidential
I was the subject matter expert for IBM FileNet Content Manager 4.5.1. Responsible for migrating 40 million documents from Washington Mutual's P8 system, FileNet CS 5.2 and FileNet IS 4.3 system to JPMC IBM Content Manager 4.5.1 and IBM Content Manager OnDemand 8.1.3 systems. Additionally responsible for migrating IBM Content Manager v8 applications within JPMC to the new FileNet P8 4.5.1 platform.
Business Systems Analyst Lead/Developer, confidential 08.2008
I was responsible for working with our lines of business within WaMu to use FileNet technologies to improve their business processes. I worked with everything from branch based systems like the WaMu wire transfer offering, to back end policy stores. I was a subject matter expert on FileNet P8 4.5.1 and FileNet CS 5.2.
I was responsible for managing a team of engineers in supporting the FileNet development teams across the Costa Mesa and Kirkland offices.
I redesigned the configuration management build lab to take advantage of VMWare ESX servers, NetApp NAS filers and IP based KVM switching. This allowed a team of three people to be responsible for managing code lines and producing builds for the majority of the FileNet product lines both locally and remotely.
I was responsible for installation and maintenance of FileNet P8 software from Brightspire 1.0 through to FileNet P8 3.5.1 including splitting from a single Content Engine CE instance to a clustered CE instance as part of the 3.5.1 upgrade. This system is still in use today within IBM.
I was responsible for integrating the Engineering development FIleNet P8 system with the QA team in order to test FileNet P8 patch releases on this system before release to customers as part of a Eat our own dog food project.