Ted E. Jones
905 Sherbrooke Dr.
Conyers, GA 30094
A challenging position in the Information Systems industry where my skills and experience can be utilized to meet business and customer needs.
Excellent presentation and communication skills
Proven team leader for complex projects
Strong analytical, problem solving, and technical skills
Successful negotiation and conflict management skills
Operating Systems: DOS,Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP,
UNIX, LINUX, HPUX, SUN OS, AIX
Languages: Shell, awk, sed, SQL, C, Pro C, FoxPro/Dbase, MAJIK, Visual FoxPro/Basic
Web Based: HTML, PERL, JAVA Script
Data Bases: Oracle, Dbase, FoxPro, MS-Access, Smallworld GIS, DB2, Informix
The Home Depot – Atlanta, GA
Lead Security Engineer (July, 2007 to July 1, 2012)
Provided Identity and Access management and security assessments on IBM/MVS, unix, linux, windows, LDAP, AS400, Tandem, AD, outlook, and other miscellaneous platforms. Designed and implemented many web tools for the provisioning, management of user accounts and Sarbanes Oxley controls/reviews. Provided consultations to project teams and participated in security lead projects and other IT projects.
Senior Security Engineer (September, 2003 to June, 2007)
Provided user management and security assessments on IBM/MVS, unix, novell, windows, LDAP, AS400, Tandem, AD, outlook, louts notes and other miscellaneous platforms. Designed and implemented many web tools for the provisioning and management of user accounts. Developed scripts to bulk load and automate many user management tasks. Designed and implemented Sarbanes Oxley web pages for auditors to generate their own reports. Also provided on-going technical support of accounts and access on all platforms.
Senior Systems Engineer (October, 1999 to September, 2003)
Provide system administration and technical support for UNIX (HP-UX/AIX) systems. Also design and develop corporate intranet web pages for Unix Technical Services. Install, configure, and maintain corporate web servers, java environments, proxy servers, and WebSphere.
McKessonHBOC – Alpharetta, GA
Senior Technical Consultant (August, 1998 to October, 1999)
Provide remote system administration for UNIX (HP-UX/AIX) systems that provide healthcare applications in the medical environments (hospitals, clinics, etc.). Primarily responsible for the system administration of 20+ HPUX systems (HP9000) which includes task such as disk management, software & patch management, system configurations, performance analysis, trouble resolutions, and daily administration. Also had exposure to IBM/AIX.
AT&T – Conyers, GA
April, 1973 to September, 1998
System Engineer/Analyst (February, 1995 – September, 1998)
Produced system requirements used for designing, developing, and implementing computer system applications. Requirements provided new and/or enhanced features for 3 major releases of the Plant Protection System, a UNIX (HPUX) host system with Oracle and GIS data bases for TCP/IP networked SUN workstations and dialup remote PCs using Windows 95. Provided system requirements used for the initial release and two additional major releases for PC software (Visual Basic ) used by over 1500 field technicians for remote access. Provided system requirements for eight active-X/visual basic program modules used to migrate remote PC applications to intranet client/server platform using Microsoft SQL server on Windows NT. Primary responsibilities included analysis of business/users needs, writing specification/requirement documents, data analysis using Oracle SQLplus, prototyping using Visual FoxPro/Visual Basic/C/Pro C, and assisted in planning and system design. Also designed and supported engineering groups HTML pages on intranet.
Accomplishments: Promoted from "Technical Staff" to "Senior Technical Staff" as a result of sustained "role model" performance. Assumed role of two head counts for system engineer/analyst and produced all requirement documents ahead of schedule that resulted in timely releases for software. Developed "Request for Proposal" document and headed team to research and identify GIS software replacement for mission critical nationwide system.
System Developer (December, 1990 – February, 1995)
Designed and programmed work management FoxPro application software used by over 1500 field technicians to access HPUX host for daily work activities. Also developed system test plans and performed system test for quality assurance for scheduled releases. Provided tier two technical assistance for system support.
Accomplishments: Re-designed and programmed replacement for remote system software and host interface that was unreliable and unacceptable by user community. Replacement system with fail safe design received "Salute Award" for customer satisfaction.
Technical Support/System Developer (August, 1988 – December, 1990)
Designed and programmed entire system to support excavation notification process for fourteen states. Implemented Novell local area network in two work centers to provide connectivity for client/server applications. Programmed FoxPro applications for client software. Designed and programmed Quick Basic programs for front end interfaces to receive excavation notices from fourteen utility notification centers. Designed and programmed remote PC software (FoxPro/DBase) for work activity distribution to field technicians using Novell remote access server.
Accomplishments: Designed and implemented central system for excavation notification process that eliminated over 60 individual manual centers receiving paper notifications. Resulted in resource savings and produced standardized process that could be measured.
System Support/Engineer (October, 1986 – August, 1988)
Provided engineering for the installation and upgrades of system hardware/software for over 100 field locations using HP series 1000 computers. Produced methods and procedure for software and hardware upgrades. Provided technical support for trouble resolutions.
Training Course Developer (April, 1983 – October, 1986) – Atlanta, GA
Performed needs analysis for training objectives and developed all course materials. Provided training for the instructors for the delivery of course material.
Accomplishments: Received "Eagle" award from corporate VP for designing and implementing a remote software training system that eliminated travel cost for the delivery of application training.
Communications Technician (1973 – April, 1983)
Maintained network facility equipment. Primary responsibilities included high frequency circuit order, acceptance test of new equipment, network trouble analysis, and testing.
Southern Bell – Chamblee, GA
Switchman (April, 1970 to 1973)
Maintained local switch network and sort haul facility equipment.
Lockheed – Marietta, GA
Electronic Technician (June, 1969 to March, 1970)
Installed and maintained automated machines and controls.
DeKalb Technology – Clarkston, GA
2 year program – Electronic Technology, 1969
2004 – Received "IT Pillars of Excellence": Award for the many web tools provided to streamline the provisioning process at THD that resulted in substantial cost and time/headcount savings.
1996 - Received "Standing Ovation" Award from Division Manager for engineering contributions
1994 - Received "Salute" award from client manager for "Dedication to Customer service" and "Innovation"
1993- Received "Salute" award from client manager for "Customer Satisfaction"
1985 - Received "Golden Eagle" award from AT&T Vice President for design & implementation of remote training system
1983 - Received "Award of Merit" from Southern Region VP for suggestion of LMX-3 Modification