Ed Hammerbeck
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Hall Feb 9, 2009.

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How many years have you been managing projects?
Do you hold a Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification?
Where do you have experience managing projects?
Government, Internet, Software, Technology
Are you currently employed?
Who is your current employer? If currently unemployed, who was your last employer?
Metropolitan Sewer District
About me
I am a business analyst looking for my first project management gig.

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Edward Hammerbeck, PMP
4327 Kinloch Road
Louisville, KY 40207
502-210-8723 -- ed.hammerbeck@gmail.com

Project Management Professional (PMP)

Experienced leader skilled in managing software projects throughout their life cycle, collaborating with business units to align IT initiatives with corporate strategy, and designing and executing communications plans to serve stakeholders at all levels of the organization. Proficient at bridging gaps between competing interests to ensure project success. Ten years experience in software development, database design, and application support.

2001 - present
Applications Analyst
Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District, Louisville, Kentucky
SAP Team leader for Controlling (CO) and Project Systems (PS) functional areas on two multi-million dollar ERP upgrade projects, directing the work and managing the scope of teams of three to six employees and consultants.
Led acquisition and implementation projects for call management, workforce management, call recording, and laboratory information management software, coordinating the work of complex teams of vendors, remote and on-site contractors, and employees from IT and business areas.
Designed and implemented new security procedures for 150-user SAP system in collaboration with the internal auditor and senior management.
Developed web and desktop applications using Visual Basic (version 6 and .NET), Active Server Pages, HTML, and Oracle stored procedures yielding annual savings of more than $50,000 in labor costs.
Constantly researched software market, interviewed internal customers to ensure satisfaction, and developed make-or-buy analyses and business cases for new software projects.

2000 - 2001
Human Resources Information Systems Analyst
Humana, Inc., Louisville, Kentucky
Technical adviser on project team implementing Oracle Human Resource Management.
Automated more than 50 reporting procedures, extracting and transforming source data from legacy mainframe system, using Microsoft Office automation tools.
Analyzed financial impact of major HR initiatives, including compensation changes and staff reductions, affecting 15,000 employees of a Fortune 500 corporation.

1999 - 2000
Senior Systems Analyst
Commonwealth Office for Technology, Frankfort, Kentucky
Gathered requirements for new applications, translating business needs into technical specifications, database designs, and test cases.
Managed project developing an dairy inspection information system, supervising the work of two contractors and ensuring the quality of their deliverables.
Trained end-users on the use of new information systems.

1994 – 1998
Security Manager, Operations Office Manager, Executive Assistant
U.S. Navy, Strategic Communications Wing One, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma

Managed and controlled classified material library of over 500 national security documents, digital media, photographs, and manuals.
Advised executive staff on administrative requirements for a first-ever global, multi-agency national security exercise.
Tightened controls on various administrative processes. Optimized business processes using quality management methods, saving of thousands of dollars annually in travel expenses and staff labor costs.
Top Secret security clearance.

Program Chair
America’s SAP User Group, Project Systems SIG (2007 – present)
Planned and facilitated professional networking and education events, including two 15,000-attendee annual conferences. Collaborated in virtual teams, designed online surveys, and directed web conferences and meetings.

Vice President-Elect of Web Integration
Project Management Institute Kentuckiana Chapter (2008 – present).
Managed portfolio of web development projects ensuring all were staffed appropriately, kept on track for timely completion, and closed according to best practices. Recruited and trained volunteer team leaders and contractors for various service enhancement projects.

Program Chair
America’s SAP User Group Kentucky Chapter (2006 – 2008)
Recruited speakers and sponsors for five Chapter meetings and collaborated to develop education agendas in each meeting and year-round programs for education and networking.
Nine SAP technical and functional training courses in the areas of ABAP programming, Project Systems (PS), Basis administration, and security.
48 hours project management training, University of Louisville’s Delphi Center (2006).
36 hours graduate study in Political Science, University of Oklahoma (1996 - 1998).
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, University of Louisville (1993).

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At 7:20am on September 9, 2008, Ed Hammerbeck said…
Fine. Fine! I'll be there.
At 11:51pm on September 8, 2008, Chris Hall said…

How are you going to recommend the Pub, and then be tentative? I owe you a beer for hooking up the KIPMI links, so what do you say? ;)

At 3:36pm on July 17, 2008, Chris Hall said…
I think so to, and am excited about the possibilities. :)

At 3:22pm on July 17, 2008, Chris Hall said…

Thanks for joining! Welcome aboard.


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