Information Technology Experience

DATES
From October/2006 To May/2013
EMPLOYER:
State of Washington Health Care Authority
POSITION TITLE:
HCA MBMS Applications Development Lead
ADDRESS:
Olympia , WA 98401
DUTIES:
(ITS 5 – General purpose developer)
My current assignments require that I work on the Basic Health (MBMS) system and the PEBB (PAY1) system. I recently implemented online payments for the Basic Health Web application using the First Data Global Gateway Connect product.
  HCA MBMS Applications Development Lead (ITS 5 – Backfill)
  Hired as a backfill for the lead application developer while they are involved with the new system implementation. Due to the project start delay, I was assigned to be the lead technical developer and DBA for the SEHIP project. This project was implemented ahead of schedule but made obsolete during the following legislative session (Replaced by the new HIP project).

DATES:
From October/2006 To May/2013
EMPLOYER:
Human Resources Information Systems Division
POSITION TITLE:
Information Technology Application Specialist 5
ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 43113
Olympia, WA 98504
DUTIES:
Feb 13, 2006 – Sep 2006
HRISD/System Testing Services (ITS 5)
PAY1/HRMS Systems Testing Services Supervisor. Supervise the design, execute, and review test plans for batch and online system changes. Our primary focus is the HRMS implementation. Responsible for testing the interface jobs, legacy system modifications, and HRMS interface/application modifications.

DATES:
From June/2005 To September/2006
EMPLOYER:
Dept of Personnel Human Resources Information Systems Division
POSITION TITLE:
PAY1/HRMS systems tester
ADDRESS:
P.O. Box 43113
Olympia, WA 98504
DUTIES:
Design, execute, and review test plans for batch and online system changes. My primary focus has been the “Double” salary conversion, Civil Service Reform changes implemented into the PAY1 system, and production issues.

DATES:
From January/2005 To June/2005
EMPLOYER:
Department of Social and Health Services (State of WA)
POSITION TITLE:
Information Technology Applications Specialist 4
ADDRESS:
Olympia, WA 98504
DUTIES:
January 2005 – June 2005
ISSD/Production Services (ITAS 4)
Provide mainframe support to the DSHS division development staff. Primary user contact for ACES security access. Backup for maintaining ISSD production jobs in ENDEVOR and CA7. Backup to assist division developers with scheduling and source control.

DATES:
From December/2003 To December/2004
EMPLOYER:
Office of Financial Management (State of WA)
POSITION TITLE: Enterprise Reporting (ITAS 4)
ADDRESS:
Olympia, WA 98503
DUTIES:
Responsible to assure accurate operations of mission critical systems for FASTRACK a web-based application. Activities include responsibility for implementation of new systems in Enterprise Reporting, system releases and emergency fixes; report development, system testing, analysis, and recovery of system and programming failures; and the development, review, and control of systems documentation.
  Work closely with a team including project manager, product manager, other developers, network specialist, database specialist, testers and agency clients and technical specialist to determine functional, operational and data requirements for their financial information needs.
  Maintain and enhance the data warehouse and client/server/web production query, analysis reporting and distribution application using Crystal Reports, SQL, HTML stored procedures.
  SQL Server 2000, Crystal Reports (8.0)

DATES:
From August/2001 To December/2002
EMPLOYER:
Office of Financial Management (State of WA)
POSITION TITLE:
Mainframe Online and batch Tester
ADDRESS:
Olympia, WA 98504
DUTIES:
(ITAS 4)
Develop Test Plans, Scripts, and system testing documentation. Perform system and integration testing for the SWFS (Statewide Financial System). No CQ set at this time.
  Lead tester for the Cost Allocation System transition Project with D.S.H.S.
  COBOL/VSAM and COBOL/ADABAS (CAS project) environment

DATES:
From July/2000 To July/2001
EMPLOYER:
Department of Social and Health Services (State of WA)
POSITION TITLE:
Senior Programmer on CAMIS
ADDRESS:
Olympia, WA 98502
DUTIES:
(ITAS 4)
Develop and provide data extracts and reports from multiple databases including CAMIS and SSPS for Federal, Legislative, Statewide, Regional and Office level reporting as well as for legal and public disclosure requests.
Coordinate data extraction processes with ISSD, DIS, and other agency support personnel.
  Provide exclusive databases or independent data marts to requesting units using varied databases including MS Access. Developed simple EntireX Broker Internet Web pages (Natural and ASP).
Web development using HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, XSL, JavaScript, and ASP.NATURAL/ADABAS environment

DATES:
From June/1998 To June/2000
EMPLOYER:
DMC Consulting
POSITION TITLE:
Senior Programmer on CAMIS
ADDRESS:
Lacey, WA 98502
DUTIES:
Develop, test, and implement Natural programs in an on-line and batch ADABAS environment, Y2K conversions, systems analysis, and problem resolution. Convert Natural applications to Delphi 4.0 graphical user interface using SYSQL middleware. Convert complex Natural/ADABAS modules to Delphi client/server modules
Lead programmer assigned to each design team. Assigned to develop, test, and implement the following applications: CPS Investigation, Summary Assessment, Risk Assessment, Substance Abuse Tracking, Service Episode Records (SER), and System Incident Tracking (CHART).

Delphi GUI interface for CPS Investigations, Summary Assessment, Risk Assessment, Substance Abuse Tracking, and SER. Y2K Project (Batch and On-line). NATURAL/ADABAS environment.

DATES:
From January/1996 To June/2000
EMPLOYER:
Washington State Health Care Authority
POSITION TITLE:
Computer Analyst/Programmer
ADDRESS:
Lacey , Washington , US – 98503
DUTIES:
Perform systems design analysis for enhancements and modifications made to the Member Billing and Management System (MBMS). Gather requirements and design criteria. Develop applications using Microsoft Access to create and e-mail reports. Use MS Access to create test case scenarios and identify accounts to be verified during testing and production verification. Coordinate the release of changes into production, ensured training materials are ready, performed user notification. Supervise and lead support for three employees.

DUTIES:
Computer Analyst/Programmer 4

Analyze user business requirements and design processes to fulfill their requirements.Maintain the credit process to clear out a/r invoices in non-covered months for non-enrolled and disenrolled accounts. This includes analyzing, designing, and implementing module components of the BHP system. Draft system process narratives and functional specifications. Prepare various programs and operational instructions per defined specifications. Modify and revise routine programs per specific policy changes. Prepare test plans and analyze the results of these tests.

Verifiy the validity of programs that are new or have been modified. Maintain natural security for access to the eligibility and enrollment system including assigning, updating, and removing user ids. Assist in maintaining the membership billing and management system documentation including production/test library maintenance and test environment maintenance.

Computer Information Consultant 3

Perform systems design analysis for enhancements and modifications made to the Member Billing and Management System (MBMS). Gather requirements and design criteria. Develop applications using Microsoft Access to create and e-mail reports. Use MS Access to create test case scenarios and identify accounts to be verified during testing and production verification. Coordinate the release of changes into production, ensure training materials are ready, perform user notification.

TSO/MS Access used as tools

DATES:
From July/1994 To January/1996
EMPLOYER:
State of Washington Administrator For the Courts
POSITION TITLE:
Office of the Administrator
ADDRESS:
Olympia , Washington , US – 98504
DUTIES:
Application Analyst/Programmer 2.

Same duties as below. Assigned to the LECS (Law Enforcement Calendaring System) project. Loaned from information systems to the new development section.

Application Analyst/Programmer I.

Performed business requirements analysis and specification; computer system analysis and design; program and system coding, interfacing, integrating, and testing; documentation, implementation, training, and post-implementation maintenance and support.

Natural/DB2 environment

DATES:

From July/1989 To June/1994 EMPLOYER:

Human Resources Information Systems Development (State of WA DOP)

POSITION TITLE:

Computer Analyst/Programmer

ADDRESS:

Lacey , Washington , US – 98504 DUTIES:

Incorporate the use of Natural in the Systems Quality Assurance environment.

Trained and supported staff in the use of Natural.

Evaluated changes made to the HRISD on-line and batch systems.

Develope test plans and outlined the expected results; analyzed and reported the results of the tests. Made recommendations to the analyst staff.

Develope programs to fulfill user requests, verify and parallel production applications; conversion and project testing. outline the process and expected results.

Test and verify conversions.

Document and outline testing strategies and methods used for specific items.

Document special processes and program functions for future testing.

COBOL, NATURAL/ADABAS environment

DATES:
From July/1984 To June/1989
EMPLOYER:
Human Resources Information Systems Development (State of WA DOP)
POSITION TITLE:
Data Communications Technician I; Computer Input Scheduler II; Computer Input Scheduler I
ADDRESS:
Lacey , Washington , US – 98504
DUTIES:
1984 – 1989

Data Communications Technician I; Computer Input Scheduler II; Computer Input Scheduler I. Help desk for clients. Stage and destage production jobs. Broke down and distributed payroll and reports. Develop programs and jobs to automate daily procedures.