Managed a staff of 5 employees and oversaw daily operations of 3 offices in various states. As Manager of the IT Department, I had to ensure that all projects and goals were achieved on time.
Maintained enterprise-based RDBMS for each office location, which included one SQL Server 2000 and two Oracle 8i Databases running daily at peak performance. My job was to provide complete design, development, testing, and implementation of custom designed applications and provide database solutions. I provided complete systems analysis and incorporated thorough and flexible disaster and backup & recovery plans. Maintenance of the databases required excellent proficiency in Structured Query Language (DDL/DCL/DML/TCL Statements), indexing, replication, referential integrity, primary keys, transaction processing, storage & recovery, and rigid security policies being implemented.
My position, as Lead Application Developer, required managing all project development. Any new development, as well as support for legacy applications, was achieved through utilization of Delphi, C#, Visual Basic (Ver.6.0 & .NET), C++, as well as other IDE’s.
Development of new applications and reports to accommodate the dynamic needs of individual clients. One application by itself generated as many as 200 individual reports, concatenated them, provided full pagination, and then saved the document as an Adobe PDF. Additionally, I have written numerous applications that interfaced through RS-232 Ports, and automated all Electronic Data Deliverables.
I configured, and maintained, numerous Windows 2000/2003 servers as well as over 150 user accounts, including the setting of user rights/privileges, enabling security, and managing public, as well as private, shares. The servers’ ranged in use from primary & backup domain controllers to print, file, FTP, HTTP, and mail servers, in addition to the companies WebLab Client Access Server.
I was responsible for representing the company in all audits that were conducted by many federal government agencies (USEPA, DOE, DOD, ACOE, etc.) as well as individual states.