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Mainframe Programmer Analyst

Clarksville, Virginia, United States
December 15, 2018

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David Lammert 434-***-****

Clarksville, VA. 23927

Experienced Mainframe COBOL Programmer Analysist

Versatile, results-orientated legacy COBOL programmer with 24 years’ programming experience & 4 years’ computer operations desires return to COBOL coding. Active participant in the Y2K ‘subtraction problem’. COBOL professional with exceptional new code and maintenance skills. Ability to adapt to evolving programming trends. Demonstrated ability for problem solving and analytical analysis.


Legacy Program Maintenance & Changes -- Initial Design Review -- Logical Analysis & Product Design -- Production Support & Job Restart -- Mainframe Proficiency – Outstanding New Code and Maintenance Ability – Communications Between Programmers & Users – Creating Test Plans & Data -- Finished Product Delivery & User Training. Over 2 decades of COBOL, JCL, TSO, VSAM, CICS, etc.


Transportation Security Administration, (TSA), (RDU) July 2002 -- July 2007

Caterpillar, Peoria, Illinois. Contract Programmer Analyst April 2001 -- July 2001

National Life, Montpelier, Vermont. Contract Programmer Analyst August 2000 -- November 2000

Century Telephone, Portland, Oregon. Contract Programmer Analyst March 1999 -- January 2000

Des Moines Financial, Des Moines, Iowa. Contract Programmer Analyst August 1998 – January 1999

Chevron, OIL & GAS, San Ramon, CA. Contract Programmer Analyst July 1998 -- August 1998

MCI, Colorado Springs, CO. Contract Programmer Analyst September 1997 -- May 1998

Omaha Public Power, Omaha, NE. Contract Programmer Analyst March 1997 -- September 1997

Mutual of Omaha, Omaha Nebraska. Contract Programmer Analyst August 1996 – November 1996

First Data Resources, Omaha, Nebraska. Contract Programmer Analyst June 1996 – July 1996

Nebraska Public Power, Columbus, Nebraska. Contract Programmer Analyst April 1996 – June 1996

Citibank, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Contract Programmer Analyst November 1995 – December 1995

MCI, Colorado Springs, Colorado Contract Programmer Analyst June 1995 – October 1995

First Data Resources, Omaha, Nebraska. Programmer Analyst March 1990 – June 1995

* Was instrumental in starting the Production Help Desk. A group of experienced programmer/analysists that computer operators called for any production program that did not finish with return code of 000.

Woodward and Lothrop, Washington, DC. Programmer Analyst May 1987 -- November 1989

* Because of the way merchandise price tags were printed the program that printed the price tags had to be written backwards, the first thing done is the end of job routine and the last thing the program does is the beginning of job routine.

Rail Inc, Washington, DC. Programmer Analyst March 1977 -- April 1987

Association of American Railroads, (AAR), Wash, DC. Computer Operator May 1975 -- March 1977

* Promoted from Lead Computer Operator to Junior Programmer in March 1977.

* Promoted to Lead Computer Operator December 1975.

IBM Federal Division, Manassas, VA. Contract Computer Operator January 1975 -- May 1975

GEICO, Chevy Chase, MD. Computer Operator February 1973 -- December 1974

Education & Military

Northern Virginia Community College, Associate in Applied Science, (A.A.S), 1973.

Enlisted time served 1970 -1977 U.S. Army Military Police. Honorable Discharge. Highest rank E-5 Platoon Sergeant.

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