Sean P. Lynch
(773) 276-3459
sean-lynch@sean-lynch.com

Objective
To obtain a position as a programmer analyst that will utilize my technical knowledge, work experience, and education in a multi-platform environment with opportunities for learning, growth, and advancement.


Experience

Innovative SystemsGroup, Inc.
799 Roosevelt Road, Building 4 Suite 109
Glen Ellyn, IL, 60137.
October 1997 to Present.
Position: Consultant to Blue Cross/ Blue Shield of Illinois (Programmer/ Analyst).

Projects include preparing the PROXY vote tabulation system for Y2K, updating the PROXY system to include Texas Policyholders after a merger of Texas and Illinois Blue Crosses, preparing the IPDR claim processing system for Y2K, and providing support for the PROXY system. The majority of work involves batch and CICS COBOL II code in a TSO/ISPF development. The work here has involved analysis, design, coding changes, new development, and testing. Development and analysis tools used include ENDEVOR, SuperMap, XPEDITER, File Warper, and Time Machine Journey.
 

The Maxim Group
111 S. Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, Co, 80903.
December 1996 to October 1997.
Position: Consultant to MCI(Programmer / Analyst).

Projects included phases I and II of the Directline-MCI project, new product rollout and enhancement. The aim of the Directline-MCI project was to replace existing CICS input screens with Intranet hosted Web based screens. The web hosted input screens worked together with a mainframe based CICS / DB2 backend. The majority of work involved new development and maintenance of code in a mixed Mainframe / LAN / WAN environment. Development and analysis tools used include ENDEVOR and XPEDITER.

Washington National InsuranceCompany - Information Services
300 Tower Pky.
Lincolnshire, IL 60069.
June 1996 to December 1996.
Position: Programmer / Analyst.

As a member of the three person "micro-team", I worked on Micro Focus COBOL programs running on a Novell NetWare LAN. I also worked with PC based languages including NOW!-EXTRA scripts, and Borland Paradox PAL and Object-Pal. Responsibilities included developing, debugging and implementing code for PC-based projects. Developing and designing functional specifications for PC-based projects, maintaining and modifying existing code, and supporting users of in-house code.
 

Warehouse Club, Inc.
7235 N. Linder
Skokie, IL 60077.
Fall 1990 to December 1995.
Position: Field Auditor.

Responsibilities included oversight of accurate computer inventories throughout the company, and Field Audits of retail Locations. Coordination, training and oversight of retail location audit personnel. Other positions held: Re-Order Buyer, and Retail Location Inventory Auditor.
Other positions held: Re-Order Buyer, and Retail Location InventoryAuditor.
 

Universityof Cincinnati, Department of Physics
400 Physics-Geology Building
Mail Location 11
Cincinnati, OH 45221
Fall 1988 to Spring of 1990.
Position: Graduate Teaching Assistant

Responsibilities: Teaching Physics and Astronomy labs, preparing laboratory equipment, preparing lecture material, and grading students.


Education

Certificate in Computer Programming
DePaul University Computer Career Program
April, 1996.
An accelerated post-graduate program in computer programming and systems design, developed to facilitate a career change into the field of computer programming.


Curriculum includes:


M.S.Physics, University of Cincinnati
August, 1990.

B.S. Physics, New MexicoInstitute of Mining and Technology
May, 1985.


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