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Mainframe Analyst And Developer Resume

PROFILE:

Mainframe analyst and developer with 5 years &5 months of work experience.

SUMMARY:

  • Experience in Mainframe development.
  • Sound knowledge of software programming and construction.
  • Ability to quickly grasp and understand new information.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills with ability to explain in a simple manner.
  • Excellent quantitative analytical and problem solving skills.
  • Ability to work independently or in a team.
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Operating Systems: z/OS versions ZOS390RL (running on Z114 Mainframes), Windows.

Languages: COBOL II, COBOL/MVS, JCL, SQL.

Tools: ISPF, ChangeMan, FileAid, XPediter, SPUFI, Mercury Quality Center, CICS (familiar).

Databases: VSAM, DB2,IMS (familiar).

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Confidential

Mainframe analyst and developer

Responsibilities:

  • Production Support on - call person to support nightly production batch job cycle for several applications.
  • Resolve job failures in a time-critical fashion.
  • Provide permanent fixes to job failures and tracking of issues to be resolved on priority basis.
  • Maintenance of existing application systems to meet requirements of business.
  • Distribution systems is responsible for calculating compensation and benefits of Confidential ’s work force (agents, brokers, field representatives, general agents) that sell Confidential ’s insurance products. It is also responsible for maintaining awards for agents, agency expenses etc.
  • Develop new programs or modify existing programs for different enhancements, new products etc.
  • Develop new programs or modify existing programs for different enhancements, new products etc.

Confidential

Mainframe analyst and developer

Responsibilities:

  • The current Agency Compensation technology platform has evolved into a convoluted set of systems with significant technical limitations, requiring many manual processes, resulting in negative impacts to the business.
  • The business operating model is equally complex and leads to duplication of efforts throughout the compensation processes.
  • Calculation errors result in incorrect and sometimes late payments to the Agencies creating a frustrating customer experience.
  • Quality of reporting is poor and is mostly managed using “one off” solutions to deliver results.
  • Current limitations will impede Confidential ’s ability to support and grow the business across product lines and distribution channels over the next 3-5 years.
  • Within approximately 4 years Confidential will no longer be able to add new agencies, producers, contracts to the systems.
  • Keeping pace with regulatory requirements and compliance is becoming increasingly difficult due to system limitations.

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