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Scott Christian

50-20 41st Street
Sunnyside, NY 11104
(718)482-1503 (H)
(212)314-3785 (W)
To acquire employment in Applications Development
Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
School of Information Studies
Bachelor of Science in Information Management and Technology
Three Minors; The Classics, Professional Skills, and Science,
Technology, & Society
Date of Graduation, May 1999.
AXA Client Solutions
Technology Training Program
Date of Graduation Janurary, 2001
Technological Skills
OS: Windows 3.x, 95, 98, NT, Mac OS 7.55 and up, UNIX, Linux
ERP: Peoplesoft, Blackbaud
Database: Oracle (including Forms and Reports 6.0, 6i) Lotus Notes (Development & DECS), MS Access
Graphics: Adobe Photoshop, Omni Photo/ Page, GIMP
Other: pcANYWHERE32 (development), Microsoft Office 97, 98(Mac), Star Office
Microcomputers, Modems and Dial up Issues, Tape and
RAID Drives, Laser and Dot-matrix Printers, Scanners (Including
bar-code readers)
C, JAVA, HTML, XML, Java Script, SQR, PL/SQL, SQL, Assembly
Recent Experience
July 1999 to Present
Associate Application Developer
AXA Client Solutions, New York, NY
Currently a developer/ database analyst in Financial Planning Initiative. Develop applications for field agents and managers in order to assist them in creating Financial Products for clients. Previously involved in AXA Client Solutions post college rotational training program. Each rotation immersed as a team member, in mission critical assignments. Responsibilities have included application development, analysis, design, documentation, as well as making suggestions for product procurement. Each project also provided an in depth look into the strategic business teams that our teams supported.
May 1998 to May 1999
Computer Consultant
Computing and Media Services, Syracuse University, Syracuse NY
University computing information desk, member of first level help team which helps a client base of over 30,000 users from all facets of the university with various IT related issues as well as entrusted with security clearance to the mainframe, password resets, handling policy issues and writing original help documents for both clients and consultants to access. Organization received Exemplary Achievement Award for improving customer satisfaction within the University.
July 1997 to August 1997, December 1997 to January 1998
Systems Analyst
The Gunnery School, Washington, CT
Hired to install and customize the school store's computer system. This involved both hard and software installation, data entry, troubleshooting, purchasing, security, phone operation, as well as the accountability, and control of over $50,000 worth of inventory. Also assisted in the pricing of goods, in addition to learning responsibility by being own boss. Was rehired as an intern for the winter break to help implement software upgrades, design ID cards, as well as set up school store manager with easy to use HTML like Help document, for future reference and troubleshooting.
Sierra Club:Volunteering with the Sierra Club of NYC on the Good Wood Campaign. Responsibilities include developing a web form, for New York voters to contact their city council member, asking their council member to vote in favor of this bill as well as attending events in order to stir up support for this bill. August 2000 to Present
Citi: Community Information Technology Institute, Volunteer Organization that offers IT solutions for non-profit organizations in the Syracuse Area. From December 1998 until June 1999 was a project leader with a staff in charge of the documentation, and users manual for a web-based interface that will link to an SQL database for the United Way's Outcome Based Reporting program. Assisted in developing the solution to automate a lengthy paper process on the Web. Syracuse, NY, Spring 1998 to June 1999
Crew: Member of varsity athletic team, and letter winner. Syracuse University, Fall 1995 to June 1999