ROBERT J. FISCH
New York, New York • 646-***-****
firstname.lastname@example.org • www.linkedin.com/in/robertfisch Linux Application Systems Analyst
Results-oriented technology professional with significant Fortune 500 company experience primarily focused on reducing operational risk through process improvement and systems optimization. I have a track record of improving service delivery through incremental technology refresh and utilizing all stages of the software development lifecycle. Highly adept at production and development support, ad-hoc requests, root cause analysis. Skilled at working on concurrent projects with multiple stakeholders. Recently completed two Linux System administration courses (2015). IT Production Support CORE COMPETENCIES Solution Design & Deployment System Development Lifecycle Process & Quality Improvements Technology/System
Management Technical IT Support Oversight Team Collaboration SELECT ACCOMPLISHMENTS
o 75% performance improvement of weekly database reorganization leading to a reduction in operational risk. This was accomplished through the introduction of parallel processing. o 30% decrease in time for completion of tri-annual audit reports by automating the procedure to pull and aggregate data from multiple disparate sources. o 40% performance improvement of customer API load by preventing application queue monopolization through use of interval-based batch load algorithm. o Achieved 100% compliance with company audit by architecting solution to disallow trader access from the application if their respective trading branch had been shut down for the day by operations.
Bank of New York Mellon – New York, NY 1998 – 2014 Provider of investment management/services with $33.1 trillion in assets under administration VP, Global Markets Technology
Performed production support for FX trading system “WSS-Wall Street Systems.” Coordinated projects, vendor relations, production maintenance, issue resolution, process improvements, and solution design and deployment. Provided infrastructure support for data center and technology team and served temporarily as a local data security administrator.
o Eliminated significant monthly fees for keeping platforms active by transitioning reporting component off VMS to improve transparency and distribution of 300+ reports to end-users in North America and Asia. Also, reclaimed resources and removed chargebacks by decommissioning obsolete servers. o Improved service delivery following 911 disaster by renormalizing processing through use of EMC technology to automate backups, optimize EOD procedures, and protect files from corruption. o Enabled data center team to react promptly to interface shutdown events by shell-scripting log file parser to interactively show interface’ status.
o Sped up 3-fold the capture of production databases by parallelizing copies using FTP protocol. o Improved front office’s ability to do analytics on derivative products by developing an extract showing option “Greeks” in format agreed upon through requirements gathered from traders. o Improved batch processing performance by 30% by reintroducing purge functionality to stabilize database size and reign in growth.
o Increased trade throughput by automating restart logic and monitoring for Reuters/EBS-(TOF) interfaces thereby reducing market risk for traders needing immediate updates of their currency positions. o Streamlined application id creation process by adding administrator’s menu option to provide unique three-character initials that formed the basis of application id. o Enhanced application operability by simplifying scripts and reworking disk replication commands using updated syntax provided by a new CLI (Command Language Interpreter). o Created seamless experience for users and optimized technology for data center and technical areas by successfully transitioning application from HpOpenVMS/RMS to Linux/Oracle (Bash). o Attained greater efficiency by introducing new (EMC) SAN technology including Fibre-channel after careful evaluation proved it to be reliable and progressive technology. o Drove efficiency and compliance with organizational policies by replacing manual process with new automated subsystem that deleted applications ids based on daily feed of terminations from human resources.
o Decreased manual workload and error rate by gathering requirements and automating a process to assist back office operations in verifying end-of-day rates. Additional Experience
Assistant VP, JPMorgan Chase & Co. – New York, NY (7 years)
System Development Officer, Security Pacific Automation Company– New York, NY Education
o Red Hat Linux System Administration I, II (80 hours), Pace School of Continuing Education (2015) o Graduate Courses in Computer Science, Syracuse University o B.S. in Applied Mathematics & Statistics, State University of New York at Stony Brook Organizations / Interests
o Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association
o Baroque keyboard performance
o Photography with some work licensed by Getty Images