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GE - Sr Staff Enterprise Application Engineer Resume Example
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Thirty years experience in the Information Technology field. Thirteen years experience as a IBM Mainframe programmer. Twenty years experience in leadership role implementing enterprise standard solutions.
- Microsoft Suite
- Multiple DMS's(DB2,VSAM...)
Sr Staff Enterprise Application Engineer
I have been the IT implementation leader for two of GE's enterprise standards applications. Oracle HR and Concur expense. For each of these application I oversaw the integration of multiple systems to feed and extract information to other systems vital to GE processes. I implemented standards to avoid deviation of the product for simplification. Built and resourced teams to support the growth of each application. Created operational processes to support the development of changes to minimize production issues.
CMA Consulting －
Project manager and developer for many consulting services provided by the Company.
Project lead for Oregon's WIC (Women, Infants and Children \) program.
Implementation developer for Oracles Project Tracking application designed to support GE Turbines waterfall costing from bid to part.
Cobol developer for GE's Healthcare applications. Automated processes to financial systems reducing millions of dollars of manual reconciliations to zero.
Rewrote the states CVB (Crimes victims board) application from Honeywell to IBM mainframe. Trained State employees on COBOL,CICS and JCL.
LENCO Consulting －
IBM Mainframe developer
Worked with IBM & GE to enhance IBM's COPICS application.
Worked 7 years enhancing analyzing\designing\developing COPICS for GE
Cobol programmer for the governments black lung project
Cobol programmer for he State of New Hampshire
Cobol programmer for Squibb Pharmaceuticals
Dutchess Community College
MDC - Manager Development Course
GE Crotonvillle Learning Center
GE Six Sigma