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Business Coordinator Resume

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

A bountiful career of practical hands - on experience in all facets of the data processing discipline and business resumption planning. Proven leadership qualities and, through direct performance, contribution and participation, a thorough understanding of the systems development life-cycle, budget development, inventory and financial accountability, the procurement processes, and the development of strategic recovery plans, ITR contingency plans, and business resumption plans. Projects ranged in size from the entire enterprise through divisions and business units down to an individual’s specific need.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

HARDWARE/SOFTWARE: IBM and UNISYS mainframes, HP 3000/44, HP 3000/70, DEC/ALPHA, IBM Netfinity 3500, DMS1100, MAPPER, ALC, DB2, CICS-COBOL, Oracle 8.0, SQL server, UNIX, Windows NT, Windows 95POWERHOUSE, COGNOS Impromptu, COGNOS PowerPlay, PowerBuilder, FoxPro, Iconic Query, LotusNotes, Novell 4.01, Excel/Unify, Microsoft Office, dBase IV, BASIC, Mark IV, and ADABAS/NATURAL.

EXPERIENCE DETAILS:

Confidential

Business Coordinator

Responsibilities:

  • Provided individual counseling and assistance to individuals who were interested in becoming potential providers of goods and/or services to the Federal government. Built relationships such that the business can compete for, win and successfully complete Federal business opportunities.
  • As needed, assisted individuals in preparing responses to Federal contracting opportunity announcements.
  • I was instrumental in having over $148 million in Federal contracts ed to North Carolina companies.
  • Provided guidance and direction as part of the governing body in the day-to-day operations of the town as well as future planning for growth and the continuance of services to the citizens.
  • Was an active member of the town’s Community Emergency Response Team, developed the Town’s Emergency Response
  • Plan and ensured the fiscal stability of the town through budget preparation and auditability.

Confidential

Principal Consultant/Contingency Planner

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for developing the full range of Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Plans for client organizations.
  • These efforts include the completion of risk analysis studies, business impact assessments, mini-audits for financial accountability and completeness, documenting business continuity/disaster recovery plans, and accomplishing, exercises and maintenance activities.

Confidential

Contingency Planner

Responsibilities:

  • Participated in the development of the Business Continuity Program and assisted in its implementation in over 1,000 LandAmerica offices.
  • Implementation of the program required each office to complete and submit their Business Continuity and Resumption Plans.
  • To assist in this effort, various templates were developed and distributed to ensure fiscal and physical accountability.
  • During the last six months I reviewed the plans for compliance and evaluated them for content, completeness, and accuracy.

Confidential, McLean, VA

Senior Consultant

Responsibilities:

  • Developed responsive, practical and workable disaster contingency and recovery plans for public and private sector clients.
  • I facilitated COOP and recovery exercises.

Confidential, Fairborn, OH

Senior Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • I was responsible for the development, validation and implementation of a Y2K Business Continuity and Contingency Plan.
  • The BCCP was an organizational level plan focused on permitting the Center to carry out its core business processes in the event there was a denial of access to the automated systems.
  • Audits of computer operations, automated systems and supporting communications were completed.
  • My ability to quickly understand business processes and functionality was an asset in developing and prioritizing alternate processing procedures for core business processes.
  • The COOP contains the activities the Center will take should it experience a natural or man-made catastrophic event that would cause a denial of access to the workspaces. Since 9/11, efforts have been directed to Force Protection issues and the development of emergency response plans.
  • Through these efforts I have gained hands-on practical experience in the DRI Bodies of Knowledge for Business Continuity Planners.

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Manager, Systems Operations

Responsibilities:

  • Developed and implemented a server-based decision support Data Reporting System (DRS) founded on an IBM Netfinity server using the Windows NT operating system, an Oracle RDBMS, and a suite of COGNOS developed applications using Impromptu and PowerPlay.
  • Served as Systems Administrator, DBA and Security Officer for the respective software products.

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Information Systems Consultant

Responsibilities:

  • Assisted clients in implementing information technology solutions in response to changing business requirements; developed Strategic Information Technology plans and Management Information
  • Plans; and documented Disaster Recovery/Business Resumption plans.

Confidential, Glen Allen, VA

Manager, Client Server

Responsibilities:

  • Managed the development, quality assurance testing, implementation, and support of client server-based applications that were distributed firm-wide throughout 110 branch offices located in 16 states.
  • The applications provided the Financial Analysts with interactive screen displays that gave the clients the ability to view investment portfolio changes and recommendations as they are entered.

Confidential, Newport News, VA

Project Leader/Systems Analyst

Responsibilities:

  • Managed the development, maintenance, and continued operation of the Comprehensive Regional Information Management and Exchange System (CRIMES) which, in a distributed database environment, electronically shared criminal justice information between the seven cities of Hampton Roads.
  • Mainframe data in each city was interrogated and the results displayed at the investigator's workstation.

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Executive Assistant

Responsibilities:

  • Created, administered and managed cost proposals to potential users of the Confidential healthcare application; developed marketing materials; maintained vendor relationships; and presented the managed care software in a learning environment to those who purchased the application.

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Director of Information Services

Responsibilities:

  • Planned and managed the agency-wide information system resources; participated in studies and project teams to acquire the necessary tools, technologies and methodologies that are used during the systems development life cycle; prepared system documentation and budget justifications for the procurement and installation of hardware and software; provided project management/leadership and performed design tasks associated with the development, maintenance, and modification of automated applications; and developed Strategic Plans, Information Technology Contingency Plans and Business Resumption Plans.

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