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Stephen Archer

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Stephen Archer

  1. 1. 1 | P a g e Curriculum Vitae Stephen Archer
  2. 2. 2 | P a g e Personal details: Full name: Stephen John Walter Archer I.D. number: 5712075013081 Nationality: South African Residential area: Northcliff Current position: Analyst Programmer / Systems Analyst Cell number: 083 307 6314 Email address: sa8746872.gmail.com
  3. 3. 3 | P a g e Skills Summary: Hardware Months Software Months IBM Mainframe 354 TSO 354 Languages Months Databases Months Cobol Natural/Natural 2 MQ 48 354 18 Adabas DB2 354 48 Operating Systems Months MVS/TSO 354
  4. 4. 4 | P a g e Work Experience: STANDARD BANK July 2015 – December 2016 Software: ADABAS, NATURAL, NATURAL 2, CICS, TSO, CONNECTDIRECT Position: PROGRAMMER/ ANALYSTPROGRAMMER / SYSTEM ANALYST ‘BOL’ – BUSINESS ONLINE The projectworked on was written in-house at SBSA. Itcaters for all Corporate clients Banking requirements including Payments,Collections and Statements in various formats. I assisted with various enhancements and with the preparation of data for conversion to SAP.  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, System Integration and User Acceptable  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system as required by the unit KANSAI PLASCON February 2012 – July 2015 Software: ADABAS, NATURAL 2, CICS, TSO Position: ANALYST PROGRAMMER/ SYSTEM ANALYST This projectwas the rewrite of the existing Natural/Adabas system again using Natural/Adabas. The sections completed to date werethe Creditors sub- systemand a new General Ledger sub-system.  Business Analysis  Systemdesign  Specifications  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, Integration and User Acceptance  Enhancements as required by the Business
  5. 5. 5 | P a g e STANDARD BANK June 1986 – June 2012 Software: ADABAS, NATURAL, NATURAL 2, CICS, TSO, LTC, EASYTRIEVE+, MQ, UNIX SCRIPTING, CONNECTDIRECT Position: PROGRAMMER/ ANALYSTPROGRAMMER / SYSTEM ANALYST / TEAM LEADER Projects worked on: ‘ATG’ – AFRICAN TRANSACTIONAL GATEWAY The systemwas written in-houseat SBSA to facilitate Corporate clients who require a means of payment and collection on the African Continent. Utilises propertary products CIG (Customer Information Gateway) and SFI /DAPP (File payment system). Caters for cross-border and cross currencyfunctionality and MT940/MT942 Swiftstatements.  Coding  Testing – Unit, SystemIntegration and User Acceptance  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system as required by the business unit BASEL2 The systemwas written in-houseat SBSA to track Corporateclients take-up of the facilities they have negotiated with the bank. This included SARB requirements.  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, System Integration and User Acceptance.  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system as required by the business unit ‘EODF’ – END OF DAY FORECASTING The systemwas written in-houseat SBSA to assistSB Treasury Division in determining liquidity requirements overnight.  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, System Integration and User Acceptance.
  6. 6. 6 | P a g e  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system as required by the business unit. ‘CUPL’ – CASH UPLOAD This systemwas written in-houseat SBSA to handle the automatic crediting of corporateclient’s accounts before the actual cash in the deposit is verified by the Bulk Cash Deposit.  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, System Integration and User Acceptance.  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system as required by the business unit ‘SBUT’ – STANDARD BANKUNITTRUSTS This systemwas written in-houseat SBSA to handle the Standard Bank Unit Trustbusiness and was implemented in July 1990. Itinterfaced with 18 other Standard Bank systems. After the amalgamation of the Standard Bank and the Liberty Life Unit Trustbusinesses in 2001, thenew business unitconverted to the ‘SILICA’ systemby Liberty Life.  Coding  Testing – Unit, System, System Integration and User Acceptance.  Maintenance of and enhancement to the system required by the business by the business unit.  Production Support(Standby / Callout for the overnight batch processing)  User Liaison – up to Director level  Business Analysis  ProjectManagement  Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Plan ‘PPAS’ – PERFORMANCE AND PROFITABILITY SYSTEM Part of a development team coding online captureprograms. I had minimal exposureto Cobolbatch programs.
  7. 7. 7 | P a g e ‘CCCS’ – CORPORATECREDITCONTROL SYSTEM This is an accounting systemshowing details, limits and balances of corporate customers within certain risk groups using hierarchies. I was partof a development team coding and implementing NATURAL online and batch programs. NON IT 1976 – May 1986 I initially worked in Standard Bank branches in the different departments e.g. Telling, Foreign Exchange, etc. For the last 2 ½ ears in this position I was part of a team travelling around the country converting SBSA branches from manual systems on to the SBSA computer systems. Achievement Institution Date Matric Durban High School 1975 I.T. COURSES AND TRAINING: Courses Institution Date Natural 1 SPL 1983 Advanced Natural SPL 1983 Cobol Van Zyl & Pritchard 1986 Advanced Natural 2 SPL 1991 Project Management Part 1 and 2 Standard Bank 1992 Systems Analysis and Design SPL 1995

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