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S IGNOR Ben Lomond, California 95005 (408) 781-5084 email@example.com SUMMARY IT Software Project Manager Fifteen years’ experience with complex projects Managed project teams of 10-20 with several million dollar budget Master’s Degree in Software Engineering, consisting of complete software lifecycle projects Focus areas: Requirements analysis, QA/testing and team building SKILL S UMMARY Risk Management Requirements Analysis Change Management Change Control Estimation Cost Engineering Planning Team Building Oracle PL/SQL Java C/C++ Perl UNIX Shell-scripts QA Partner Defect Tracking Version Control Automation tools MATLAB Microsoft Office Suite C AREER EXPERIENCE A CCENTURE – Cisco, San Jose, California AUGUST 2012 – Present Software Project Manager and IT Analysis Delivering IT Analysis, requirements analysis, release support, contract transition and personnel supervision Providing mentoring for authoring and reviewed project process documents, and relationship management O PALSOFT – Sunnyvale, California APRIL 2012 – August 2012 Project Manager (part time employment) Technical Team Lead for writing IT service proposals, including, requirements analysis, transition planning, contract management approach, IT and network support requirements Provided recommendations to HR for hiring candidates JACOBS TECHNOLOGY NCORPORATED – Mt. View, California MAY 2008 – APRIL 2012 Engineering Group Lead Lead efforts to improve project management practices, operating processes and procedures, resulted in improved test acceptance and change request processes Program and project management for twenty simultaneous projects, per year Provided recommendations regarding prioritization of several million dollars of annual funding Technical lead for procurement of services and hardware on large projects Managed group of ten direct-report engineers. Completed one-year Jacob’s leadership training. SENSIS -SEAGULL T ECHNOLOGY CENTER – Campbell, CaliforniNOVEMBER 2001 – MAY 2008 Systems Engineer Contributed to several simultaneous contract projects. Responsible for; project management, development of software requirements, software tool development for data processing and analysis, software testing and technical publications. Wrote winning proposals for Phase-I ($100k) and Phase-II ($600k) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts to NASA Principal Investigator responsible for requirements and testing of scenario generation software prototype Conducted extensive UI testing, with focus on usability. Data analysis and publication of results D AVID B. S IGNOR Ben Lomond, California 95005 (408) 781-5084 firstname.lastname@example.org ENSIM CORPORATION – Sunnyvale, California 2000 – 2001 Quality Assurance Engineer Selected to direct quality assurance (QA) functions for a start-up company that manufactures software products for web hosting companies. Scope of responsibilities includes writing and updating test plans, recording test results and troubleshooting problems with GUI testing as well as installing server OS and configuring server network files. Authored the first quality assurance test plans under version control Improved several QA processes that provided back-up procedures, Control Center installations, test plans and operational processes Invited to accompany senior management to meetings due to extensive product knowledge and proven ability to explain technical topics in a manner that can be understood by personnel at all technical levels NASA A MES R ESEARCH CENTER – Moffett Field, California 1995 – 2000 Software Quality Assurance and Research Engineer Coordinated the development and research of a client-server application (Surface Movement Advisor at Atlanta Airport) using an Oracle database which was a joint NASA/FAA Research and Development project. Conducted requirements analysis, writing specifications, testing functions (with PL/SQL), tracking issues, communicating with developers, analyzing data, rewriting C++ code Participated in Airport Surface project by researching use of remote cameras, analyzing effectiveness of surface radar and collaborating with other related organizations to determine the value of the product Initiated use of common make variant with development resulting in uniform compilation of components and a single top level make file for the entire project Sole QA person for the team of ten developers, wrote extensive Perl, SQL and PL/SQL scripts for testing. Also used XRunner automation test tool. Conducted extensive UI testing, with focus on usability. EDUCATION M ASTER OFSCIENCE INSOFTWARE E NGINEERING Carnegie Mellon University Mt. View, CA M ASTER OFSCIENCE INM ECHANICAL ENGINEERING Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan BACHELOR OF SCIENCE INM ECHANICAL ENGINEERING Michigan State University East Lansing, Michigan SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Couluris, G.C., Hange, G.E., Wardell, D.A., Signor, D., Phillips, J., “A Potential Impact Analysis of ESTOL Aircraft on Newark Airport Operations,” AIAA-2007-6700, Presented at AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, Marriott Hilton Head, South Carolina, Aug 19-23, 2007 th Signor, D., Levy, B., “Accurate OOOI Data: Implications for Efficient resource Utilization,” Presented at the 25 Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), Hilton Portland & Executive Tower, Portland, Oregon, October 15- 19, 2006 Signor, D., Davis, P., Lozito, S., Andre, T., Sweet D., Wallace, E., "Efficient Air Traffic Scenario Generation," AIAA Paper Number: 2004-6399, AIAA 4th Aviation Technology, Integration and Operations (ATIO) Forum, Chicago, Illinois, 20 - 22 September 2004 Yamauchi, G.K., Signor, D.B., Watts, M.E., Hernandez, F.J., LeMasurier, P., “Flight Measurements of Blade- Vortex Interaction Noise Including Comparison with Full-Scale Wind Tunnel Data,” American Helicopter Society 49th Forum, St. Louis, Missouri, May, 1993. Published in the AHS Journal in 1996.
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