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Technical Project Manager Resume

Richmond, VA

SUMMARY:

  • Over thirty years of technical experience in information technology including project management, software development, technical support, and computer operations including work on mainframe, client/server, and Internet/Web applications.
  • Twenty - five years of experience as a technical project manager. Experienced managing a wide variety of distributed, mainframe, and network projects. PMP certified since 2004. Expert in Microsoft Project 2013 and experience as a trainer.
  • Ten years of team management experience overseeing a technical staff of up to eleven software engineers in a broad range of development projects spanning mainframe, server, and workstation platforms.
  • Knowledgeable in the disciplines of management science with particular experience and strengths in project management, quality management, customer service, and organizational behavior.
  • Managed a wide variety of technical infrastructure projects within Confidential Information Technology (FRIT) Services Delivery (SD) department. Recent projects include:
  • Solaris 10 Upgrade Project migrating 500 Solaris servers to from version 8 to version 10.
  • Desktop Support Infrastructure deploying print, AD, and file services on roughly 280 servers in 50 locations in less than a year’s time utilizing approximately 70 staff members
  • Implementation of SharePoint 2010 Document Management environment including design and development of over 140 sites. Very good knowledge of SharePoint product and administration.
  • Migration of Server Provisioning (server build) from NewScale to Kinetic Service Request System. This new system will handle 400+ new server builds per year.
  • Developed and implemented an automated operations strategy in conjunction with the Confidential High Availability System Labs (HASL) that achieved 100% availability of critical Confidential payments system applications. Negotiated a contract with Confidential develop the IMS Automated Operations product and functioned as project manager for all aspects of this development effort which is now marketed worldwide by Confidential .
  • Developed critical components of Confidential 's Automated Operations Control / MVS including the gateway function and operator interface.
  • Developed a strategy and architectural design for the automation of the Confidential System's mainframe computer operations supporting the largest networked computing system in the United States with daily transaction volume amounting to over 5 trillion dollars. Recognized nationally and internationally as an expert in the field of automated operations (AO).
  • Author of numerous strategic planning documents for the Confidential System including the Enterprise Management Architecture Implementation Roadmap (1998), Distributed Computing Directions Architecture and Design (1997), the Enterprise Management Architecture White Paper (1996), the Distributed Automation Strategic Plan (1996), the Confidential Automation Services ( Confidential ) Strategic Plan (1995), the FRB Richmond Long-Range Automation and Communications Plan (1992 & 1993), and the Confidential Systems Development Methodology (1991).
  • Project manager for the design and implementation of the distributed computing environment for Confidential Automation Services systems and network management environment. This project involved the deployment of 20 servers (NT, AIX, Sun-OS, and Netware) and the establishment of all management disciplines (problem, change, performance, operations, etc.) using the Tivoli Management Framework.
  • Project manager for the implementation of the Confidential Enterprise Management Architecture (EMA) based on the Tivoli Management Framework (TME-10). This project involved detailed architectural design, presentation of the proposal to senior management, project staffing, and detailed project management.

EXPERIENCE:

Technical Project Manager

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed a wide variety of technical and operational projects in support of the Confidential distributed computing environment.
  • Example projects include implementation of the COE Server Infrastructure, Unix Virtualization on VMware, etc.
  • Specialize in Confidential server build and deployment.
  • Personally oversaw build and deployment of 500+ Confidential servers.

Senior Manager

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed a team of eleven systems-level software developers responsible for the architectural design, strategic planning, and functional development of mainframe, client/server systems, Web, and network management tools.
  • This team designed and implemented an automated operations strategy supporting the largest networked computing system in the United States.
  • Current responsibilities include the establishment of the Confidential Automation Services ( Confidential ) distributed computing environment and the implementation of the Tivoli Management Framework across all Confidential operating platforms.
  • Responsible for Year 2000 ( Confidential ) testing and certification of all Automation Engineering supported software products.

Lead Software Engineer

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Managed a team of five software engineers developing automated operations and systems management tools.
  • Developed software in support of a high systems availability initiative with Confidential Corporation. Co-developed the IMS Automated
  • Operations product with Confidential and developed major segments of the AOC/MVS product for Confidential .
  • Developed automation for the IMS Extended Recovery Facility (XRF) and became the first account in the United States to implement XRFachieving nearly 100% availability of managed machines.

Senior Software Developer

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the management, design, and development of a nationwide dial network application.
  • This system, known as the Dial-Out Manager (DOM), currently delivers payments services to over 20,000 member banks throughout the
  • United States and abroad, making over a quarter million dial calls each day.
  • The effort involved system design and development of 50,000 lines of Confidential 370 assembler code.

Senior Data Communications Analyst

Confidential, Richmond, VA

Responsibilities:

  • Member of the Data Communications Technical Development team. Responsibilities included software development and maintenance for a large network supporting multiple host computers and 1500 online terminals, the design and optimization of network topology, the measurement and tuning of the network for optimum performance, and technical and financial evaluations for communications hardware and software.

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