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POSITION DESIRED: Manager, Project Manager, Systems Analyst, Programmer Analyst COLLEGE DEGREES:
Bachelor of Science, Marketing 1974 Oklahoma State University Associate, Computer Science 1981 Tulsa Community College ACTIVITIES:
Worked as a tutor for Tulsa Boys Home 1985-1988
Began Adopt-a-School program for Tulsa Public Schools Served on the Adopt-a-School Advocate Committee for Chamber of Commerce Worked as a member of two medical missions in Mexico Served as deacon for Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church Played in the Tulsa Community College band
Participated in Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahoma City Enjoy golf, most sports and have a music background EMPLOYMENT HISTORY AND SKILLS:
2001 to 2020 Self-employed as computer programming consultant, working at National American Insurance Company.
IBM AS/400 (I Series), SQL, COBOL, RPG III, RPG IV, RPG Free, CLP General programming assignments across all commercial insurance applications, with an even mix of COBOL, RPG, CLP and I Series, AS400.
2007 Contracted with International Knowledge Measurement. This is an international corporation which accesses knowledge for corporations and their prospective employees. I authored their ILE RPG IV exam.
1999 – 2001 Employed by MCI/Worldcom
Microsoft Project, Visio Enterprise, Sybase and Oracle Project and product lead for software development group in the Network Physical Provisioning area of Worldcom. Managing both domestic and international computer projects with emphasis on developing project plans for international implementation. Another function was to serve as a communications liaison between domestic, international, production and development teams.
1996 – 1999 Employed at MCI/Worldcom by Systems and Programming Resources (SPR) - AS/400, RPG, CL language, IBM query language, FTP, Connect Direct, UNIX, Sybase query language
As a contractor at MCI/Worldcom, I served as Project Manager and SME (Subject Matter Expert) for the Y2K remediation of the AS/400 production systems. I had 6 programmers under my supervision and was responsible for all day- to-day activities. The project met all SEC mandated Y2K compliance requirements successfully. I also provided AS/400 support for the OA (Order Administration) system with the idea that OA would be converted to a Unix based system. I provided project support for those conversions as well as systems and programming support of OA applications. 1996 Employed at UNC Aviation Services by Systems and Programming Resources. (SPR) AS/400 RPG, Integral, Lawson software, Abra and Deltek software packages, MS-DOS, PC Support, Novell netware.
As a contractor at UNC, I served as data processing manager and project manager. As data processing manager, I was responsible for the programming staff, about 100 hardware devices, and the bulk of purchasing. As project manager, my objective was to migrate UNC Lear Siegler financial systems from the AS/400 to a networked PC based system. I was also responsible for maintaining legacy systems and also performing systems programming tasks. 1995 Employed at Fleming Foods Corporation by Management Information Systems IBM AS/400, COBOL, SQL, RLU, IBM ES9000, MVS/JES2, DB2, SQL, TSO As a contractor at Fleming Foods Corporation:
1. I wrote COBOL code to provide an electronic interface to K-MART Corporation. 2. Wrote COBOL code to support Scrivner acquisition, mostly in the SRP (suggested retail pricing) area.
1982 – 1995 Employed by QuikTrip Corporation
IBM4381, DOS/VSE, ICCF, DYL280, UFO, COBOL/XE, IBM System 38, IBM AS/400, IBM query, RPG, J.D. Edwards, Hawkeye, CL language, COBOL. At QuikTrip Corporation, I worked as a programmer/analyst, systems analyst and project leader. My main responsibility was as the system leader of the payroll/human resource systems. The first payroll/hr system, I worked on was a homegrown system which I helped write in 1983. I was the project leader for the conversion of the payroll/hr systems from the mainframe IBM4381 to the AS/400 J.D. Edwards packaged software systems in 1992. I was the project leader for the project, which converted manual inventory control processes in the distribution center to radio frequency transmissions using UPC codes. I coded on the Store Accounting system through two life cycles.
1981 – 1982 Employed by Rockwell International from March 1981 to July 1982. IBM 3033, MVS/1 JES3, Roscoe, COBOL
1. Provided programming maintenance for the Scrap and Rework System. 2. Provided programming maintenance for the Materials System.