Jean M. Temple, MBA (Ms.)


jeantemple@hotmail.com


EDUCATION
Carrollton High School    Valedictorian
Kent State University     B.S.   Math/physics/chem   3.2GPA
Ohio University           M.B.A. General Business    3.5GPA

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
Data Processing Mgt Assn  C.D.P.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

8/77 to 6/87
self-employed
CONSULTANT
various locations

Employment varied but was generally hourly rate for time billed.
A partial list of clients follows -- detailed assignment descriptions
in Addendum hereto:
               
      XEROX/Computerpeople,
           Columbus, Ohio
      University Hospital,
           Columbus, Ohio
      American Standard/Dover Data,
           Piscataway, New Jersey
      American Jersey Cattle Club/EIS,
           Columbus, Ohio
      Informatics,
           Dallas, Texas
      Massachusetts Dept. of Public Assistance/Consultec,
           Boston/Atlanta
      Bank of Wisconsin/Computerpeople Unlimited,
           Milwaukee, Wisconsin
      Bank of Virginia/Cap Gemini America,
           Baltimore, Maryland

8/77 to 3/78
The Ohio State University
School of Public Administration
GRADUATE ASSISTANT
Columbus, Ohio

Doctoral degree candidate in Public Administration with the anticipated
goal of a dual degree in P.A. and Law.

8/76 to 6/77
Ohio University
College of Business
INSTRUCTOR
Athens, Ohio

Taught Personal Money Management and Corporate Finance, a required
course for Jr/Sr students.

10/73 to 8/75
Ohio University
CICS ADMINISTRATOR
Athens, Ohio

IBM S370/M145 CMS; MVS; VSAM; IBM utilities; COBOL; CICS; BAL;
Panvalet; Librarian

CICS effort was carried out by one person who was then responsible
for SYSGEN/PTF's; finetuning; troubleshooting the network; as well
as all applications design and programming.

Initial thrust was to make all major files accessible in inquiry mode;
then major design efforts were undertaken for personnel; student
housing; student grades; and fee payment plan.

CICS network consisted of 19 (3270) CRT's and 1 (2741) teletype terminal.

10/72 to 10/73
The Hartford Insurance Group
SYSTEMS ANALYST
Hartford, CT

IBM S370/M155 OS/MVT TSO; JCL; ISAM; utilities; COBOL; BAL;
online transmission

Hired in to Assigned Risk Auto Project which was cancelled after two
months due to exigencies in the assigned risk marketplace.  Lead
programmer on the project and would have been responsible for
supervising programming effort.

Re-positioned to the Homeowner's Policywriting and Billing system as
maintenance Systems Analyst. Duties were to analyze the state-mandated
changes and write programming specifications/supervise the programming
of same (from a distance).  The effort required frequent user interface
and input for definition and design.  Also involved in the testing effort
and implementation of the new versions.

Additional effort spent on two committee assignments:  evaluation of
ShortHand Cobol; and feasibility study of online/overnight transmission
of declaration pages.

2/71 to 10/72
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
ANALYST/PROGRAMMER
Akron, Ohio

IBM S360/M65(dual) OS/MVT; JCL; ISAM; utilities; batch COBOL

Hired in to Goodyear Aerospace after a company-wide layoff; one of two
first hired after layoff. 

Initial assignment was Shop Floor Control for Wheel and Brake Division
and working through DBOMP.  

Transferred after six months to Retail Stores Project and Goodyear Tire
and Rubber due to prior experience (see below).  Team responsibility for
converting the retail stores system to a total accounting package for
franchised tire centers. 

Four person team for analysis, design, and programming/testing/implementa-
tion of the new system.  User contact for systems definition and feedback
and full project life cycle effort.

10/67 to 1/70
B.F. Goodrich Company
SENIOR PROGRAMMER
Akron, Ohio

IBM S360/M50/M65 OS/MFT; OS/MVT(IBM Beta test site); batch COBOL; JCL;
utilities

Entire work assignment was on the Retail Stores (500+ nationwide) Project
(10-12 people) and the Inventory and Sales Reporting Team (4-5 people).

Responsibilities included full responsibility for the daily stores inventory;
joint responsibility for semi-annual physical inventory; joint responsibility
for monthly sales reporting; and team responsibility for the P&L conversion
in which all 500+ stores were converted to the new system.  The stores ran
in the black for the first time after all stores were converted to the new
sales and inventory system.

8/66 to 10/67
The Timken Company
PROGRAMMER A
Canton, Ohio

IBM S360/M30 DOS; COBOL; JCL; Disk(ISAM)
               
Responsibilities included program changes for the payroll savings bond deduction
system; bearing standard cost system; PERT/CPM system for construction of new
facility/engineering department; and the modifications necessary to print W-2's
in the payroll system.

Flowcharting, coding, testing, and implementation were all duties of the 
programmer.               
    
PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES
available upon serious inquiry

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A D D E N D U M

8/77 to 6/87
self-employed
CONSULTANT
various locations

Employment varied but was generally hourly rate for time billed.
A partial list of clients follows:

      XEROX/Computerpeople
           Columbus, Ohio
      University Hospital,
           Columbus, Ohio
      American Standard/Dover Data,
           Piscataway, New Jersey
      American Jersey Cattle Club/EIS,
           Columbus, Ohio
      Informatics,
           Dallas, Texas
      Massachusetts Dept. of Public Assistance/Consultec,
           Boston/Atlanta
      Bank of Wisconsin/Computerpeople Unlimited,
           Milwaukee, Wisconsin
      Bank of Virginia/Cap Gemini America,
           Baltimore, Maryland


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XEROX - System was order entry for Warehouse and Inventory 
        Control.  My duties were as a contract programmer and
        consisted of team development of warehouse order entry modules.

University Hospital - three month assignment to evaluate the
        feasibility of their Data General heart monitoring system
        with respect to expanding managerial reporting from the
        data being provided them by the responsible software
        company.

American Standard -- was using Dover Data to develop their trucking
        system which involved inputting data from remote locations
        to Piscataway and centrally processing the info for 
        "cutting checks" for the owner-operators.  My duties were
        for the design and development of the program modules.

American Jersey Cattle Club - my involvement was limited; the
        contract with EIS was to a former associate at XEROX and
        he was the only other person on the assignment; DEC equip-
        ment; the system was being programmed to provide 
        "pedigree" information on American Jersey cattle.

Informatics - assignment was to develop sales and inventory system
        for oil field supply stores and to transmit the data from
        S3's to the central processor in Dallas.  Very similar
        system to the Goodrich retail stores project previously.

Consultec - this consulting firm had the contract with the Dept.
        of Public Welfare to develop a new system for client ser-
        vice and monitoring for all welfare/assistance programs.
        My involvement was as a systems analyst/designer in the
        area of the community information base.

Bank of Wisconsin - contract was held by Computerpeople Unlimited
        (both partners had been bank employees) and my involvement
        was as a programmer/analyst in the area of trust adminis-
        tration.

Cap Gemini America - bank was a client of this consulting group
        and the project was a conversion, due to merger, of the
        programs which were overlapping at the two banks.

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