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Katelan Barnard - Freelance Ad Design & Art
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I am a upbeat, easy-going person who loves to learn, educate, and interact with people on every level. My favorite things to do are watch movies, play games, cook/eat, hair/nails/make-up, and tattooing. When I am outside I enjoy golf, ping-pong, tennis, and pretty much will try any sport/recreational activity. People who know me best would say I am happy, lively, honest, trustworthy, and...
Carmichael, California, United States

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Jennifer Novelli - Freelance Graphic Design & Magazine Design
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With over 16 years experience, I have a diverse publishing and advertising background. I have worked in all areas of print from design, editing, and pre-press production. This broad-based experience assures a harmonious blend of design, content, and product that will help your company get noticed. I specializing in print design for Brochures, Newsletters, Rack Cards, Logos, Print Ads, Magazines, CDs, Stationary, and much more. Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts, Graphic Design University of The Arts, 1999
Horsham, Pennsylvania, United States
Douglas Walker - Freelance Database Programming & Videography
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Atlanta GA • 912-507-8992 GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Douglas O. Walker DWalker11@gatech.edu EDUCATION: Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA) Candidate for: Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (December 2011) Senior SKILLS: • Languages: C, C++, VBA, Assembly, VPython, MatLab, HTML • Microsoft Office: Word, Excel • Operating Systems: Windows, Linux • Writing: Application Notes, Design Reports, Memos, Recommendation Reports • Utilizing oscilloscopes • Building circuits from schematics COURSE WORK: • Program Design for Engineers • Computer Architecture and Operating Systems • Digital Design Laboratory • Circuit Analysis • Instrumentation & Circuits Laboratory WORK EXPERIENCE: Siemens Industry (Formerly Siemens Energy & Automation) May 2010 – August 2010 Industry Solutions Intern – Alpharetta, GA • Developed technical employee skill mapping tool in Microsoft Excel with VBA • Integration of tool data into SAP ERP software to be used to dispatch employees • Updated software w/ electrical test equipment status, calibration, and location data • Completed physical inventory of electrical test equipment in Charlotte, NC work center ResNet of Georgia Tech August 2008 – Present Residential Technology Advisor (RTA) – Atlanta, GA • Responsible for the networking and communicational service needs of all residents • Areas of service include: Internet connectivity, analog voice service and cable television • Use work equipment, such as Impact Tools and NetTools, to solve customer issues • Given annual detailed presentations to new hires for training • Developed communication skills by conveying information and solutions to customers ORGANIZATIONS: • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated o President, Georgia Tech Chapter o Webmaster, Georgia Tech Chapter • The Ervin Academy o Mentor HONORS: • Siemens Intern Experience Selection (Summer 2010) o Exclusive for the top 16% of over 500 national Siemens interns • Georgia Institute of Technology Dean’s List (Spring 2008) • Office of Minority Educational Development Tower Award (Spring 2008, Spring 2009) • Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Scholarship (Spring 2008)
Buffalo Grove, Illinois, United States
Anduhaar - Freelance Cartooning & Drawing
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With over 10 years of experience planning, developing and executing illustrations for all sort of business models including, private brands, music bands, event/ venue marketing and freelance. I can also be considered a cartoonist. Rendering over 7 years of experience in Visual Merchandising, specializing in planning, developing and executing profitable strategies like floor plans and product placement.
Miami, Florida, United States
Thomas McCabe - Freelance Drawing & Creative Writing
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Thomas J. McCabe 12 Nathan Hale Court Newark DE 19711 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Subway Position: Sandwich Artist Main St Newark DE 19711 Pay Rate: $7.25/Hr (302)-737-8775 Dates: December 2010 - July 2011 Responsibilities:Responsibilities as a sandwich artist includes any janitorial work in cleaning the whole restaurant. Knowing the proper prepping techniques in preparing the food for the customer and knowing the correct temperatures for each item as well as the shelf life of that item as to not sell an expired product to the customer. A sandwich artist would have to know how to run the register as well, to be able to not only run the line but to ring up the customer for their meal. The position also includes know how to bake the bread everyday, the proper paperwork to record prepped items and temperatures on the line. As the main closer, the sandwich artist would also have to know how to count down the register properly and record the sales for that day and all employees would have to know how to deal with customer service if a customer had an issue and know how to resolve the problem. K-Mart Position: Nightshift Ad, & K-Mart Little Ceasers 19563 Coastal Hwy Rehoboth DE 19971 Pay Rate: 8.25/Hr Dates: May 8 2010 - November 15 2010 Responsibilities: To put up new sign ads for the next week. Putting up new price tags to proper items as labeled in the new catalog and taking down the old price tags to not confuse the customer what is on sale and not. Along with working in the Little Ceasers located in the K-Mart as a cook, helping customers, and preparing the food in time and correctly. In the short time I was there, Little Ceasers went through a lot of changes for the better for the restaurant. The sales has since at least tripled during the summer and doubled during the off season by the efforts of all who work there. Friendly's Position: Cook 250 N Dual Hwy Pay Rate: $8.50/hr Seaford, DE 19973 Dates: June 22, 2009 - June 2010 (302)629-6090 Responsibilities: To ensure the food is prepared and cooked properly and sanitary. To make sure all food is stocked on line so to not run out of ingredients. Main position is closing cook, so additional responsibilities include the proper cleaning techniques for the line, floor and all cooking equipment. Also includes the proper cleaning procedures for other parts of the restaurant and to fill in for the dishwasher in case there is none closing that evening. Sinclaire's Position: Dishwasher 177 E Main St Pay Rate: $7.15/hr Newark, DE 19711 Dates: January 3, 2009 - February 22, 2009 (302)368-7755 Responsibilities: Making sure all the dishes were completely clean and sanitized. At the end of the shift, made sure all the dishes were done and the sinks were clean. D.P. Dough Position: Driver Main Street Pay Rate: $7.50/hr Newark, DE Dates: September 12, 2008 - October 12, 2008 Responsibilities: Am responsible in handing out flyers for the company and deliver the product accurately, efficiently, and on time to the customers Taco Bell Position: Crew-member Kirkwood Hwy Pay Rate: $7.75/hr Wilmington, DE Dates: May 2008 - September 12, 2008 Responsibilities: Was responsible for taking care of the customers and making sure the restaurant was clean. Also, to take the orders accurately and making the orders within a set time. During the days I was scheduled to close, had to make sure every assignment was finished before leaving the premises. Dollar General Position: Cashier Brookside Plaza Pay Rate: $7/hr 57 Marrows Rd Dates: February 2007 - March 29, 2007 Newark, DE 19713-3201 Responsibilities: I was responsible for ringing customers up and stocking shelves, I was also responsible for keeping the place clean for the appearance. Wackenhut Corp. Position: Security Officer Newark, DE 19711 Pay Rate: N/A (302)-292-8869 Dates: April 2006 - December 2006 Responsibilities: I was responsible for keeping the site clean and watching for anything suspicious. When I do find something suspicious, I report to my superiors immediately. I also walk through the site that I am assigned to, to make sure that all is in order. I am also responsible for the safety for those that are at my site and if there is anything that goes wrong, I make sure everyone is safe. Shoffner Industries Position: Distributor Newark, DE 19711 Pay Rate: N/A Dates: February 2006 - April 2006 Responsibilities: My position was to take new products and go to different companies to see if I can sell them so they can be on the shelves. We sold them to those walking the streets as well at wholesale value. We then go back to the office and for how many I sold, I get a percentage. Pizza Hut Position: Shift Supervisor 121 Elkton Rd Pay Rate: $8/hr Newark, DE 19711 Dates: September 2005 - January 2006 (302)-292-0852 Responsibilities: My responsibilities include to make sure there are enough employees during my shift. I am also responsible for making sure the truck that comes in is the right thing we ordered and it is unloaded and everything on the shelves. I am also responsible for making sure everyone is doing their job and the orders are taking out at the appropriate time. Mcdonalds Position: Shift Supervisor 897 W. Broadway Pay Rate: $8/hr Red Lion, PA 17356 Dates: March 2005 - June 2005 (717)-246-1802 Responsibilities: I was in charge of all the employees and making sure everyone is doing their job. I also make sure the restaurant is clean, including the grills and all the cooking equipment. Plus, to document any waste. Food Lion Position: Cashier 9537 Bridgeville Ctr Pay Rate: $6.25/hr Bridgeville, DE 19933 Dates: August 2003 - July 2004 (302)-337-9239 Responsibilities: As a cashier, I had to make sure my station was clean and to ring customers up. Also, to make sure the supplies at my station was filled up for the customers. ________________________________________________________________________________________________ York Technical Institute Major: Robotics Programming 3050 Hempland Rd Dates: July 2004 - January 2005 York, PA 17601 (717)-295-1100 Sussex Technical High School Major: Electronics 17099 County Seat Hwy Dates: September 1999 - June 2003 Georgetown, DE 19947 Diploma: Graduated in 2003 (302)-856-9035 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Claudia (302)-399-6594 Years Known: About 4 yrs. Jen Koria 302-279-6397 Years known: About 6 yrs Lee Newark DE 302-540-1943 Years Known: 6 Years Scott Newark DE 302-894-4320 Years Known: 6 Years Justin Grant Years Known: About 4 Yrs (302) 897-3333 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ I believe that I have the qualifications for this position due to the fact that I learn very quickly and work well whether it be by oneself or with others. The position I am looking for is is one that is full time but am willing to work part time if necessary. I have customer experience since graduating from high school, and worked in a variety of employments so the range of my abilities spans wide and even willing to learn many other different job opportunities. As you can see, I was in a technical school and took the class electronics so not only have I worked in retail, but also on electronic items such as T.V.'s, VCR's, DVD players etc. I also have excellent communication skills and am willing to do anything for the company that my job requires. If need be, I would come in early to work or stay later than my scheduled time, and able to work holidays and weekends. A major achievement in my life was when I achieved the rank of Eagle Scout when I was at the age of 16. Not only do I have leadership skills from the Boy Scouts of America, but I have also held the rank of Shift Manager and a Security Officer, in which I am still licensed to do. I believe that I do have the necessary skills for the position from my experience up until now.
Newark, Delaware, United States
Sungeun Heo - Freelance Article Writing & Book Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$60
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EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts, Political Science May 2014 Ohio Northern University, Ada, OH Concentration: International Relations Junior Honors in Political Science Bachelor of Arts, Law 2010-2011 SangMyung University, Seoul, South Korea *** GPA 3.65/4.5 EXPERIENCE International Student Greeter, Summer/Spring 13-14 International Student Services, Ada, OH A department of Ohio Northern University which facilitates the transition for international students from their home country to the USA and Ohio Northern University ? Helped new international students coming to Ohio Northern University settle into their new environment ? Encouraged new international students to overcome culture differences and language barrier ? Assisted students in establishing bank accounts and getting student ID cards ? Toured students around campus Intern, Becky’s Fund, Washington, District of Columbia Spring Semester, 2012-13 A non-profit organization which advocates for domestic violence survivors by educating youth about domestic violence, lobbying governments, providing victims with resources, and raising funds to end domestic violence ? Researched domestic violence as a common phenomenon worldwide ? Advocated for Violence Against Women Act ? Raised funds at various events ? Helped organize fund-raising events ? Updated news stories of Becky’s Fund on social network media on a daily basis ? Learned how to interview victims of domestic violence RELATED COURSES & ASSIGNMENTS Model United Nations Current, 2013-14 ? Awarded as a Distinguished Delegation at the 2014 National Model United Nations New York Conference. ? Learned the role of the United Nations in world politics. Practiced through simulation of caucusing, lobbying and formulating policy positions. ? Overcame the fear of public speaking. ? Cooperated with other students who met each other for the first time to work on resolutions. Wrote the following resolutions: ? “Confronting Family Poverty and Social Exclusion” ? “Strengthening Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance and Relief" ? “Millennium Development Goal2 and Increasing Access to Education” ? Wrote position papers: ? “Promoting International Cooperation in Fighting the World Drug Problem” ? “Strengthening Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance and Relief” RELATED COURSES & ASSIGNMENTS (CONTINUED) Mock Trial Fall Semester, 2013-14 ? Played witnesses in mock trials ? Learned how to communicate effectively with others to work as a team ? Overcame the fear of public speaking ? Learned how to analyze a case ? Developed a skill of reasoning International Law and Organizations Fall Semester, 2012-13 Learned basic concepts and theories of international law and organizations. ? Discussed events and problems in interactions among states and other factors within the global political system. ? Essay “Should North Korea and South Korea be united?” Data Analysis Spring Semester, 2014 Learned statistical techniques for analyzing social science data. By understanding statistical literacy and when, why, and how statistics are used, practiced interpreting results. For the computation, used software such as SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences). Constitutional Law Spring Semester, 2011-12 Learned how the constitutional court operates. Studied some major decisions rendered by the Court. ACTIVITIES Asian American Student Union Current, 2013-14 Introduced Korean Culture to community of Ohio Northern University through a performance at Multicultural Fair and Chopsticks Night Latino/a Student Union Current, 2013-14 Participated as a Secretary. Delivered Latin culture to community of Ohio Northern University through a performance at Multicultural Far and Latin Festival. World Student Union Current, 2013-14 Communicated with other students with various culture and cooperated to encourage students’ engagement in understanding other cultures.
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Jeff Wickizer - Freelance Article Writing & Blog Writing
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I am an experienced journalist, writer, and investigator with an accomplished background in multiple fields. Please review my qualifications and accomplishments at www.jeffwickizer.com. Here you can view my resume and writing samples.
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Ashley Lemoine - Freelance Photo Editing & Advertising Photography
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I am a photographer with knowledge of how to work with Photoshop and Lightroom. I'm very quick and sorting through photos for the best pieces. I am a very fast learner, so if I may not know something at first I will figure it out and never forget it.
Franklin, Tennessee, United States
Jose Carlos Gil - Freelance Multimedia & DVD Design
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I am a multimedia producer with experience in various forms of media. These include, video and still photography, video and audio editing, web design, graphic arts and animation, scriptwriting and interactive media. I am well versed in nonlinear video editing and video production. I am an Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro advanced user, including use of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe After Effects for graphics, Adobe Flash and Adobe Dreamweaver for web design and Adobe Director for interactive authoring. I am willing to solve any media production need with a creative solution. I am used to working to tight deadlines and with low budgets, and can adapt to changing circumstances and priorities whilst maintaining high quality.
Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Paul1956 - Freelance Software Design & Mainframe Programming
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PAUL ALLEN 1203 Timber Lane Jacksonville Florida 32277 904-631-6121 – Cell 904-371-4215 - Home SUMMARY Over Thirty years of experience in Information Technology including full life cycle. TECHNICAL HIGHLIGHTS Assembler (30yrs), Cobol, VSAM, Life/70, Life-Comm, Auto Issue, Expediter, Endeavor, File-Aid, OS Utilities, JCL, Word, Excel, IBM SCLM, IBM DEBUG, Exposure to CICS, LOMA, Automated Correspondence Processing, Variable UL Fund enhancements, Automated Government Allotment development process. Various Policy Administration, New Business, Underwriting and Issue, Online Policy Service Modifications and Enhancements. Interfaces with DMS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Aviva Insurance October 2012 – September 2013 Life/70 Mainframe developer - Consultant Working to support two Life Insurance releases of a product called Life/70. Life/70 is a third party Assembler based product for life Insurance administration from New Business application submission through Policy Administration. Billing, Accounting and Agent compensation. I was responsible for 1) analysis of business requirements, 2) creating Technical Specifications of the changes being made 3) generating modifications to Life/70 programs 4) Unit testing the changes and assisting in Full parallel of production Quality Cycles. Allstate Insurance January 2005 – October 2012 Life/70 Mainframe developer I worked on The Third Party Life/70 Assembler software. My involvement was in the following areas: 1) New Business 2) Policy Administration 3) Billing and Collections 4) I wrote interfaces with home grown and third party vendor software (DMS) Major accomplishments included: 1) Taking over a homegrown system to apply rerates to uncapped cancer products. Enhanced the process to include Disability and ‘Shop’ products. 2) Developed the ability to link cases using a Master Case/Child case scenario. This interface involved changes to CICS SALD transactions and involved changes to Billing and collections to combine billing based on the Master Child relationships. 3) Activated and enhanced the Life/70 Accident and Health rerate capability. This included the development of the Insured notification process and well as the ability to generate 0 accounting designed to advance the Paid to dates at the case level. 4) Also enhanced the New Business subsystem to automatically access the correct rates from Rate book. Development was in both Assembler and COBOL. 5) I successfully installed over 300 enhancements and fixes into production with zero defects. The project sizes ranged from 10 hours to over 300 hours. I worked with both business analysts as well as independently. All of the work described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making both batch and CICS related changes depending on the project 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation Jefferson Pilot June 04 – January 2005 LifeComm Sr Applications Developer My Major Accomplishments involved fixing and enhancing a third Party Assembler based (90%) software package called LifeComm. All of the work described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making batch changes to the programs identified that needed to be modified 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation The specifics of the work impacted the following areas of LifeComm 1) Modification to Grace/Lapse processing based on business specifications 2) Enhancing LifeComm software based on business requirements impacting several Jefferson Pilot specific products and verifying the results with the business areas and Actuaries Thrivent Financial / NIIT (USA) May 03 – June 04 LifeComm Team Lead / Contractor I was a Technical Team Lead for a Indian Software company named NIIT. I was n responsible for directing LifeComm team effort in providing offshore support for a Major Insurance Company. Tasks include All of the work described above involved 1) 'Developing Knowledge' transfer templates for knowledge portal. 2) Developing plan for team to gain system support and testing knowledge. 3) Coordinating activities between onshore and offshore teammates. 4) Reporting on team progress and goals 5) Attending project strategy meetings and directing a LifeComm team of four that was onshore and eight offshore resources 6) Interfacing with client Subject Matter Experts and transferring specific knowledge to my LifeComm teammates. AFLAC, Columbus, GA Nov 02 – Jan 03 Life/70 / Contractor Worked on a telecommuting basis doing modifications, enhancements, and maintenance on the Life/70 system. AEGON EQUITY GROUP, St Petersburg, FL March 00 - Oct 01 Programmer/Analyst Major Work completed included 1) Installed Automatic Correspondence Enhancement to automate Letters for Life/70. Modified system to use an orphan agent as servicing agent instead of the C-Trailer Writing Agent. 2) Worked on Created way to Automatically Generate Payment transactions to Life/70 from an EFT file containing Government Allotment payments. 3) Modified Life/70 to handle payment transactions that came from a Vantage-One Interface program and to pass additional data to the MSA interface program help reconcile the payments. 4) Modified Life/70 to not allow a currently available VUL Fund to be issued after a fund cutoff date. However allowed re-issues and Policy Administration Maintenance. 5) Installed code to support an Accelerated Term Insurance Rider and Accelerated Death Benefit Rider. 6) Fixed a problem in CPASTMT that caused SOCA decimal overflow. 7) Performed on-call responsibilities and worked on System Service Requests. Most of the work described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making batch changes to the programs identified that needed to be modified 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE, Greenville, SC Jan 96 - Sept 99 Consultant Major Successes included 1) Helped install Lifecomm95 from a 1986 version of the software. This included identifying the code needed to retrofit to the new release. 2) Installation and testing the code with business analysts to insure correctness of the retrofit 3) Installed Lifecomm Turbo enhancement. This enhancement streamlined policy Administration processing All of the work described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making batch changes to the programs identified that needed to be modified 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation LIFE INVESTORS, Cedar Rapids, IA Jan 94 - Dec 95 Sr. Programmer/Analyst Major successes were 1) Installed Lifecomm Online security tables in Online Support Program 2) Modified process to use the CICS Terminal ID to go against modified Lifecomm Security Tables. 3) Made several modifications that involved the LUR6600 (Lifecomm Guideline Calculation) Modules. 4) Provided on-call Support. 5) Resolved Complex Technical Problems. Was instrumental in having Xpediter Programmer productivity tool introduced. All of the work except 4& 5 described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making both batch and CICS related changes depending on the project 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation TIME INSURANCE, Milwaukee, WI April 90 - Dec 93 Sr. Programmer/Analyst 1) Installed 8904 and 9201 release of Life/70. 2) Installed TURBO Enhancement. 3) Project Leader for a product called UL92. This product contained both traditional UL and Joint Life Features. 4) Managed a project team of 3 programmers, ran project meetings, and on-call responsibilities. 5) Various technical enhancements were coded and installed in Policy Administration & New Business. All of the work except 4 described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making batch changes to the programs identified that needed to be modified 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation FIRST CAPITAL LIFE, San Diego CA Feb 86 - Jan 88 Sr. Programmer/Analyst 1) Worked on Auto Issue portion of CK4. 2) Developed an interface to create Issue Transactions that processed through the Batch CICS Process from input downloaded from Agents for Shearson Lieman Brothers. 3) Had on-call responsibilities. 4) Debugged abends and resolved technical problems. NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL, Durham, NC Oct 85 - Jan 86 Consultant 1) Converted Life/70 BDAM Alpha Inquiry System to VSAM. 2) Preformed system enhancements in Policy Administration and New Business for the Life/70 Insurance software system. 3) Implemented various business generated Enhancements All of the work described above involved 1) Requirement Analysis 2) Generating Technical specifications with some projects requiring ‘Peer’ reviews 3) Making batch changes to the programs identified that needed to be modified 4) Testing the modifications using programmer productivity testing tools 5) Migrating the fixes/enhancements to a Pre-Production Quality Assurance environment and resolving issues in a timely manner when needed. 6) Staging the changes into production and verifying the completeness of the installation THE CONTINUUM COMPANY, Austin, TX April 82 - Sept 85 Technical Consultant This company was the third Vendor that developed the LIFE/70 Software used in just about all of the companies described above. This is where I was educated on the various subsystems that make up the Life/70 Policy Administration system. I was a Technical Consultant providing both Austin based and Onsite Consulting for Life/70 New Business, Policy Administration TDSG, and Agency. I Taught the 2-day accelerated Technical Education Class for an onsite client. I also learned the importance of documenting modifications as well as structured programming. EDUCATION St Joseph’s University, Philadelphia (1974 – 1976) Major: Marketing management No degree conferred Certificate with Honors in Computer Programming in Information Systems from Computer Learning Center, GPA: 3.85, Philadelphia PA (1981) Courses involved Introduction to computers. Binary and Hexadecimal Numbering Systems. Assembler (including explicit addressing). COBOL, RPG II, and Dump Analysis and Debugging PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Data Processing Management Association
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