Then, the candidate has an outline of their full work experience (employment history) in sequential order with employment dates on file.
Next is the Educational background, listed in descending order (most recent first). It then moves onto the Professional Background, highlighting skills separated into professional & personal skills.
And lastly, Certifications/Licenses that the candidate it involved with. Then a final part displays any other additional information that the candidate want it to be listed.
Resume Example for Leader Systems and Supply Chain Application Hosting, CIO Services
Leader Systems and Supply Chain Application Hosting, CIO Services – IBM
To find a challenging environment where transformation is desired. Proven success at redesigning and turning around underperforming organizations, coupled with the expertise to drive revenue, cost-savings and best practices within an organization.
Authorized to work in the US for any employer
Leader Systems and Supply Chain Application Hosting, CIO Services
2017 to Present
Organizing and rolling out Agile Operations groups throughout the CIO organization, specifically for Systems and Supply Chain. Creating groups that are less bureaucratic and self-sustaining. Re-architecting with DevOps administration and deployment processes. Rebuilding with container/Docker/Mongo oriented designs for Cloud migrations.
Program Director for SaaS Marketing and Merchandising Cloud
2014 to 2016
Successfully launched the Marketing and Merchandising Cloud. Focused on migrating numerous applications into SaaS/Cloud offerings. Responsible for all aspects of Infrastructure operations for IBM across the Merchandising and Marketing platforms. This includes global groups, numerous applications, and SaaS environments located in 10 separate data centers, locations include San Francisco, Phoenix, Atlanta, Ireland, India, and Shanghai.
2009 to 2014
Responsible for all infrastructure and architecture related IT operations. Increased availability from 2-9s to 5-9s. Increased capacity by 300% over 3 years while holding operating costs flat. Rolled out five global SaaS locations. Introduced and implemented strong security practices, two factor authentication, IDS, IPS, and NAC. Implemented best practices for DR solutions across multiple data centers.
VP Infrastructure Operations
2005 to 2009
Managed support of multiple datacenters, 300 different applications, 5000+ servers, and 2 petabytes of storage, 100+ people. Responsible for UNIX/Linux, Windows, Storage Infrastructures, Network Design & Engineering, Enterprise Application Support, and Infrastructure Architects. Implemented cohesive monitoring across all systems, network, and SAN infrastructures. Led the planning and direction of major technology projects with enterprise wide impact. Saved $8 million over 3 years. Designed, planned, and conducted the first successful DR.
Senior Director of Server Infrastructure/Operations
2003 to 2005
Managed website server infrastructure, the datacenter, and NOC support for CNN Interactive. Responsible for day-to-day operations of 1500 UNIX/linux systems. Reduced overall maintenance costs by 70% and server costs by 90%. Increased performance by 20x.
Director of Enterprise Applications
2000 to 2003
Responsible for website applications including stock quotes, gaming, contests, email, ads, reporting, and customized content. Designed and implemented applications for monitoring, inventory, change control, project management, and ticket tracking. Reporting included tools to identify unique users per site, most popular URLs, interfaced through a calendar view by day or by week/month/year rollups.
Manager Unix Operations WW
July 1996 to January 2000
Manager Unix Systems
1998 to 2000
MS in Information Systems
BS in Management Science