John McAloney MBA, BSCS, MCP
Computers, Servers, Networks, Wireless
SUMMARY:More than twenty years experience as System Administrator and Network Administrator. Over 25 years in microcomputer and minicomputer business and manufacturing and engineering applications.
EDUCATION: BSCS, MBA, MCP (W95,NT).
Mnemonics Inc., Melbourne, FL.
October 1987 to June 2004.
Systems Administrator, VMS System Manager, DELTEK Financial and Material Management System Administrator, Recital Database Developer, Network Administrator
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE in order of relevance
Self-employed, Management Systems Consultant
Computer Systems Developer and Integrator
Developed end-to-end application for broadline distributor. Beginning with Order Entry/Customer Entry and ending with printing delivery packing slips and invoices. Assisted teaching senior-level data base software development systems course at UCF. Configured, installed, and supported single and multi-user business systems on PC, AT, and IBM Model 30 hardware, with commercial medical business system software. Developed Project Control Plan for London Stock Exchange software development team, on site.
Sr. Member Technical Staff
Computer Sciences Corporation, Falls Church, Va.
Product Assurance Manager, Technical Services Consultant, Proposal Manager
Product Assurance Manager for 50-person international information system development team. Supervised two professionals. Developed and implemented structured walkthrough and peer review policies and procedures, conducted design and code reviews, and monitored CONUS and overseas project functions. On-site program management systems support for DOE and classified Navy projects, providing cost and benefits analysis, RFP development and proposal evaluation, and contractor performance monitoring. Navy projects typically comprised major software system development and documentation activities. Developed Ada Programming Support Environment architecture to integrate tools for software coding, configuration management, and subsystem and system builds. Conducted seminar at George Washington University on cost, schedule, and technical control of software development and maintenance. Microcomputer focal point for 400-person group to begin transition away from main-frame computing.