Eran Peretz

Freelance iOS Programmer & Mainframe Programmer

Location:Owings Mills, Maryland, United States
2 Skills
Eran Peretz
Email: Phone: 443-857-8705

Experienced Programmer Analyst with excellent software development skills. Ability to work independently and efficiently to meet deadlines, responsible, team player, willing to teach and to learn

Programmer/ Analyst 2/2010 – 3/30/2013 Isracard- "Logon" Tel Aviv, Israel
Responsible for analyzing and maintaining client side debt collection system in leading credit card Company of Isracard "Mastercard"
Maintaining and enhancing the Financial Systems ONLINE \ BATCH using: COBOL, JCL, DB2, IMS, VSAM, SQL, MQSeries and CICS. Tested and debugged programs using: XPEDITER and FILE_AID, SPUFI. Working with Endevor to control the source versions.
? Interface with end-users to define enhancements to the existing system.
? Provided 24 hour support in case of malfunctions
? Developed logic program for a new applications as well as program that analyzes and modifies logic in existing applications
? Coded, tested, debugged, documented, implemented and maintained software applications
? Ensured that system improvements are successfully implemented
? Continuously provided training and sharing knowledge.
? Worked closely with clients to establish problem specifications and system designs.
? Performed regression and system-level testing to verify software quality and function before it was released.
? Developed the next generation integration platform for internal applications.

Programmer/Analyst 2005 – 2009 Tangram Soft, Tel Aviv, Israel
Responsible for development and maintenance of special projects in constructing a new collateral and third party guarantees on-line system, now used by over 13,000 employees worldwide in Bank Hapoalim.
Bank BenLeumi
? Generating reports and creating files using QMF
? Maintenance of the marketing system and product development
? Error handling, support and enhancements to the existing system.
? Development using DB2, COBOL, JCL, CICS and DATA STAGE.

Bank Hapoalim
Developed and maintained programs in the Department of Credit Applications. Analyzed and programmed collateral and third party guarantees system
? Analysis of existing collateral system and a new CICS collateral system developments
? Planning and performing tests on Quality Center
? Handled coding requests from end-users, Support of queries and debugging
? Coding of CICS screens and programs, development using COBOL, JCL, DB2 and CICS.

Software Tester - 2005 BMC - "Industry Best", Tel Aviv, Israel
Was selected as a software tester on a 500 hour project in BMC
Software User Administrator, Worked with Oracle DB and Sybase. Worked with Solaris systems, HP, AIX UNIX and Windows environments.

IMS, Windows, Office, Linux.
EDUCATION- Bachelor degree In Computer Science - Tel – Hay University, Israel
2006 JOHN BRYCE - IBM Mainframe COBOL including JCL, CICS, DB2, COBOL
2007 CA- DB2: SQL Application Programming
2008 JOHN BRYCE - Data Stage basics Data Warehousing
Programming Languages: COBOL, CICS, JCL, SQL, C, C + +, JAVA

To Whom It May Concern:

I moved from Israel to United States with my family less then a year ago looking for opportunity in information technology field. I was successful and valuable to my former employer and the company clients as well. I always respond quickly solving problems and achieving the team's goals.
The main advantage my background brings is that I do not look at things from only one perspective.
I am dedicated, loyal and have a strong work ethic. I have excellent communications skills with all people.

I have experience with:

• z/OS IBM Operating System
• Running JCL jobs and monitoring with Control-D
• Creating, adding files with FILE_AID
• Database SQL DB2, SPUFI, QMF
• Debug with XPEDITER
• TSO interface
• Edit data files in ISPF
• DATASTAGE and more.

Have a good knowledge in:
C, C++

With the background, experience and skills that I have, I feel that I can be an asset to any company.
I look forward to speaking with you soon
Thank you for your consideration.

Best regards,

Eran Peretz