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Timothy Cooper
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Programmer/Analyst The Boeing Company

Throughout my academic and working career, I have maintained the highest standards within a diverse range of job requirements. My current role at Boeing IT encompasses a wide range of tasks including Agile development in Java and C++, scrum meetings, debugging, gathering customer requirements, and automating test scripts. I consistently engage my colleagues in collaborative efforts to solve immediate challenges. I implement LEAN methodologies to accomplish real savings via process improvement, code refactoring, and have documented over 9000 hours of savings since I started with Boeing. I am accustomed to fast-paced projects where deadlines are a priority and handling multiple tasks is the norm. I enjoy a challenge and take pride in my work and my ability to exceed expectations.

Serving as primary application interface developer, system administrator, and production support focal for the 787 parts data flow to the Commercial Airline Services PIMS team. Providing IT assistance to the engineering systems group supporting the 787, 747, &737 airplane programs by designing, programming and executing test plans. Implementing, documenting and maintaining production critical BCA computing applications and software including ENOVIA and CATIA V5. Assisting in gathering and evaluating end user engineer and design lead requirements. Writing and compiling routine code and constructing routine database objects based on documented design. Modifying and upgrading applications to maintain software functionality. Documenting, validating and researching reported problems and assisting in developing user training.