Elizabeth Wood - Programmer Resume Simple
SUMMARY
To obtain a position that will allow me to utilize my experience in the field of information technology, systems administration, and software development.
SKILLS
  • proposals, it, compliance, cases, case management, testing, reports, sql queries, implementation, reconciliation, management, data base, servers, analytical, wan, sql
  • data base, it, manual, sql
WORK EXPERIENCES
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Programmer

    CSU Northridge

    • Responsible for the implementation of new software and enhancements to the existing system. Developed and implemented complex SQL queries, and performed basic data analysis and reconciliation.
    • Developed and implemented a new technology for the company. This included the analysis, management, and implementation of a new electronic medical record system.
    • Implemented the IT infrastructure to allow the company to create a new inventory system for the organization. Used a variety of tools to develop and maintain the reports.
    • Managed the development of a new system for the company. Worked with the business to develop the process for the analysis of the existing credit card processor.
    • Provided technical support for the claims processing system. This includes writing and implementing new and existing systems, and supporting the business.
    • Created and maintained a comprehensive testing plan for the company to ensure compliance with the company's security policies and procedures.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Programmer

    Syracuse University

    • Developed and maintained manual and automated processes to extract data from multiple sources and load IT into SQL. Created a new system to support the business.
    • Designed and developed a new data base for the company. Created a process to create a new system to be used by the client.
    • Used SQL Server to create and maintain database objects such as tables, views, indexes, stored procedures, functions, Triggers, and packages.
    • Created stored procedures, Triggers, views, indexes, Cursors, joins, constraints, DDL and DML statements.

 Kinsa Group 

 Redbooks