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Oracle Developer Consultant

  1. 1. Marcus Matthews Columbus, Ohio  (541) 366-8752 marcus.matthews@setfocus.comSUMMARYAn Oracle Developer with technical proficiency, determination and proven managementskills to complete projects as an individual or as a team member.TECHNICAL SKILLSDatabase Management Systems:Quest Software Tools for Oracle Application Developers, Oracle 9i, Oracle 10g, Microsoft SQLServer 2008, Microsoft Access 2007, MySQL 5.1Software:Toad® for Oracle 10g, MS SQL Server 2008 Integration Services (SSIS), MS SQL Server2008 Reporting Services (SSRS), Microsoft Office, Oracle Report Builder, Multiple ApplicationReporting Service (MARS)Tools:Toad for Oracle 10g, Oracle Reports 10g, SQL Server Management Studio, Microsoft Visio,and Business Intelligence Development StudioPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEJP Morgan Chase Columbus, Ohio 8/10 – 8/11Oracle Developer • Develop data extracts, standard, or parameter driven reports in Tool for Oracle Application Developers (TOAD). • Create tables, views, stored procedures, jobs, packages and other relevant database objects. • Import flat file data to Oracle through an ODBC connection to a linking table in MS Access database. • Upload data using SQL Loader (sqlldr) and a control file (.ctl) from command-line interface (MS-DOS). • Use PL/SQL program report objects such form triggers and report blocks in Oracle Report Builder. • Test and export deliverables in Excel format (.xls). • Build reports using the standard company template in Oracle Report Builder. • Work with Business Analysts (BA) to develop reports to support the application development. • Enhance existing production reports. • Perform report break fixes. • Provide support break fix report runs to supply users with data in the event of a report is unavailable due to server issues.
  2. 2. • Schedule meetings with the Line of Business (LOB) to understand the expectations of the request, collect requirements, and test data from requester to create Business Requirement Documents (BRD). • Research systems involved to satisfy a request and calculate the Service Level Agreement (SLA). • Analyze and optimize SQL for reports with poor performance or that do not adhere to the company coding guidelines. • Elicit Subject Matter Experts (SME) to create documentation required by Home Lending Technology Risk Management Control for applications developed within the department. • Promote reports that have passed User Acceptance Testing (UAT) into production. • Monitor run logs, document idle processes, diagnose, reschedule or remove jobs from DBMS job schedule. • Recover decommissioned SQL Server reports to run in Oracle. • Monitor performance, document idle processes, diagnose, repair or remove jobs from DBMS schedule. • Deploy reports using Multiple Applications Reporting System (MARS).Kickstart LLC Columbus, Ohio 5/09 - 4/10Manager • Managed the service office database using Microsoft Access 2007 and Excel spreadsheets. • Updated records, track inventory, place service product orders, and backup POS data. • Troubleshot network connection and performance issues.SOS Video Communications Columbus, Ohio 12/08 - 5/09Internship • Installed and maintained RAID0 AVID external Hard Drives, ATTO SCSI and PCI cards • Managed operating systems, program software installation and configuration. • Performed partitioning and formatting hard drives, flashing hardware, permission restoration, and error log analysis. • Assisted in the development of the company Intranet using SharePoint Designer, MySQL, and QuickBooks 2007 by creating custom connection strings and web pages using C# and Scoots Columbus, Ohio 1/07 – 4/09Service Manager • Provided technical support, service, and repair for motorcycles, scooters and ATVs. • Created invoices, handled transactions, and updated customer accounts using QuickBooks accounting software.E.G. Parker, Inc. Columbus, Ohio 5/04 –12/07Foreman
  3. 3. • Trained and supervised work team of 3 employees on safe handling of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) according to the specs provided by the manufacturer in the manufacturer safety data sheets (MSDS). • Operated industrial machinery for application of commercial and industrial grade coatings, measuring devices, and hand tools. • Transported machinery and employees to and from job sites.EDUCATIONSetFocus, LLC. Columbus, Ohio 6/10SQL Master’s ProgramThe SetFocus SQL Server Master’s Program is an intensive, hands–on, project orientedprogram where participants gain knowledge and valuable experience putting the SQL Serverskill set to use in a simulated work environment. • Created numerous simple to complex queries involving self joins, correlated subqueries, CTE’s and XML techniques for diverse business requirements. Tuned and optimized queries by altering database design, analyzing different query options, and indexing strategies. • As part of a team, analyzed the business requirements and systematically designed a database for an online-movie (DVD/Blu- Ray) rental company. Employed best practices in creating a complete schema including tables, relationships, stored procedures, views, clustered and non-clustered indexes and triggers, and implemented the import and export of data using XML and SSIS. • As part of a team, created various reports according to the business requirements for the movie rental company. Individually authored, installed, deployed and managed reports using SSRS for a library database. • Individually designed a bank application according to business requirements, and implemented robust stored procedures, functions, and triggers to implement required functionalities. • Created an ETL solution that reads Product, Vendor, and Order data from .CSV files on a network share into a SQL Server database. The solution also validated incoming data and performed notifications when jobs complete. The order data thus loaded into SQL Server was used to generate reports using the new SSRS 2008 reporting functionality (including the Tablix control). The reports were set up for automatic delivery based on standard report subscriptions.Columbus State Community College Columbus, Ohio 5/09Database Specialist CertificateColumbus State Community College Columbus, Ohio 6/03Associates Of Science, Chemistry