Manager - Dept. of Commerce April 2004 to Oct 2004
GLS is an internet system built in SIEBEL. It is a three tier architecture using (Java Applets/HTML) for the presentation layer, SIEBEL for the business rules layer and SQL Server for the data layer.
Project Manager - State Rail Authority September 2002 to October 2003
I project managed the development and delivery of the Timetable Publication System "TPS" for the Train Planning business area within the SRA. TPS is to be the official publishing portal of electronic train timetables for downstream train running systems. It contains extra functional features for train planning business and is designed to support improved workflow processes. I worked with a combination of contract and permanent staff.
It is built
in a three tier architecture using JSP (Java Applets/HTML) for the presentation
layer, EJB for the business rules layer and ORACLE 9i for the data layer.
The project had definite dead line constraints and was fast tracked
by using a prototyping approach. Careful management of risks with
this approach has proved successful in reaching this deadline as well
as engaging ownership with the users of the new system.
Team Leader - Prowess February
2001 to February 2002
The team provided technical support to a points reward system whose processing volumes were equivalent to major Australian banks. Maintenance support of existing systems and the development of new ones were coded and tested by the team. Systems required constant adjustment to accommodate new marketing programs. New systems required customisation to comply with client requirements. They were developed as projects with critical delivery dead lines.
was responsible for task allocation and management, code administration,
co-ordination of problem solving, maintenance billing, and team morale.
Technologies used were Sysbase Database, Powerbuilder, Power Designer,
Jaguar component server, Microsoft SQL Server, Sourcesafe, and NT on a
Project Manager - Peakhour March 2000 to June 2000
Peakhour is an innovative Internet/Application Service Provider that provides small to medium businesses with packages of server end computer facilities.
During a 3 month contract I was responsible for the management of 10 COM developers who provided the core programming behind the site that connected to ONYX and SQL data bases. Also I project managed the building of several site features and managed some of their releases into production.
During this time we worked collaboratively with all site building contributors in a rapid application development environment. http://www.peakhour.com.au/
Manager - Perpetual Australia May
1997 to November 1999
Retail Custody - a system to manage and track client investment assets incorporating ASX business rules. It was built in MS Visual Basic with an Oracle database.
Renovation of IT Intranet Pages - The need to revise the IT intranet pages was identified in a process improvement programme as a key project essential to improved client relations. I successfully completed revised pages that were immediately implemented on sponsor acceptance.
Recording and Project Costing system - two versions of a time
recording system for organisational staff have been delivered. The system
provided a means to track project and non-project effort accross the organisation.
This was also built using Visual Basic and Oracle.
this I worked as a systems/business analyst managing the production of
various information systems which met WorkCover’s business needs.
Working in project teams composed of users, user managers, programmers
and various IT specialists, information systems were defined, modelled,
constructed and implemented in accordance with a formal methodology. (Please
see Career Achievements for details)