Mr. Hunnicutt has over nine years of extensive experience in developing database applications, database administration (over eight years) and Data Architecture (three years). His twenty-three years of MIS experience is composed of both short-term consulting tasks and fulltime positions. His particular area of expertise is backup and recovery, Disaster Recovery, Standby Server, RAC, and Materialized Views (Snapshots) strategies for Oracle 8i and 9i.
Oracle 9i, Oracle 8i, Oracle 8.1.5, Oracle v8.0.6, Oracle v8.0.5, Oracle v7.x, Oracle v6.x, SQL, SQL*PLUS, PL/SQL, SQL*LOADER, Developer 6i, Designer 6i, Designer/2000, Discover/2000,EDMS, Procedure Builder, RMAN, Tool for Oracle Applications Development (TOAD), and Enterprise Manager
Other Database Platforms:
SQL Server, UDB, DB2
IBM OS/390, VMS6.1, SOLARIS, SUN 4c UNIX, HP UNIX, OS/32, MVS, MCP, CTSS (COS), NOS/BE, VM/SP, MS-DOS
PL/SQL, SQL, Fortran77, COBOL, PL/1,
VAX 6610, HP 9000, Dec VAX 8808, Perkin-Elmer, IBM (158, 3033, 3031, 4331), Cray-1, CYBER (6600, 760, 730), Dell 2500/2600
ERwin/ERX 3.0, ERwin/3.5.2,/ERwin/ERX 4.5, COOL:DBA, Rational Rose
Task Leader IFFN, Task Leader Technical User Services,
Data Processing Chief New Mexico Personnel Department
Independent Contractor: 03/19/ 2003 – Present
Justice Systems, Inc.
This was a six month contract position for Oracle Database Administration on an Oracle 9i Court System database.
1. Backup and recovery using export/import, RMAN, and full disk images. Responsible for the design of Recovery Manager, and Oracle Parallel Server fault tolerant architecture.
Criminal History Information (CHRI) System: As a member of the Maine CHRI design and development team, Mr. Hunnicutt designed and coded the Backend Procedures. Specifically, he wrote the conceptual design and detailed design for Backend Procedures. This included conducting JAD sessions with Maine State Police. He completed the Oracle Packages and Procedures for this project. Oracle Designer 6i for design and procedure builder for development are the main tools he used on the CHRI, Oracle 8i database. This database is designed to track criminal history of individuals from arrest to conviction.
E*Justice System: Mr. Hunnicutt is one of the DBA team responsible for the installation and support of the EJS system. These duties include optimization of data loads and imports from a legacy system. He configured UNIX 11.0 to optimize the EJS, EJSTEST, and EJSDEMO. He installed Oracle 8i for the EJS databases. He is responsible for the creation and support of the EJS disaster recovery plan.
As the Technical Lead, Mr. Hunnicutt was the responsible DBA for the ANSWER Transfer from EDS development to State deployment. ANSWER is a graphical user interface (GUI) that serves as a front-end application for the Department of Human Services legacy systems. It is a warehouse database (DB2) with data marts (UDB). The system includes powerbuilder interfaces through CICS client and middleware. Mr. Hunnicutt’s duties included creating and maintaining the Meta Data Dictionary, and database models (both logical and physical) in Erwin and code maintained in Rational Rose.
Mr. Hunnicutt supported the State of
This was a three-month project for the Office of the States
Courts Administrator (OSCA) for the State of
Three month assignment to automate the Norwest Mortgage’s CRM process. The requirements of this task were to design, code, and test an automation process for CRM. Bourne shell population scripts were written, corresponding to the respective clients. The scripts are executed when the raw data files are present and complete. Each of these scripts causes two rows to be inserted into the state table.
A successful unit test was conducted of the entire sequence.
Installed Oracle 7.3 instance on the IBM OS/390. Created and maintained the Federal Financial Accounting and Management Information System (FAMIS 4.0) database for the Defense Information Technology Contracting Organization (DITCO) at Scott Air Force Base.
(1) Install and upgrade the Oracle Enterprise for FAMIS 4.0.
(2) Create and maintain the FAMIS 4.0 databases (development, quality Control, and production)
(3) Create scripts, triggers, and stored procedures in support of database functions. Provide technical support to Government and other contractor personnel on database access methodologies, programming techniques and application performance and tuning measures.
(4) Evaluate process models within functional areas to facilitate data model development and data integration.
(5) Provide centralized change control management of proposed changes to the database.
(6) Perform data base analysis and support for requirements related to FAMIS 4.0 and associated interfaces.
(7) Prepare and document data base utilities/scripts/jcls/procedures/triggers used to support the database. Some typical uses for these items include, but are not limited to: data loads, data migrations/conversions, adding/deleting users, changing privileges, reporting functions, listing data base attributes, reporting usage, backup and recovery activities.
(8) Allocate/create/maintain database files with attention to efficiency and performance. Register data base users while applying proper grants, roles, and quotas. Setup, document and perform backups/recoveries of data base entities consistent with recovery expectations.
Responsible for the WSSC HR/Payroll database system (Oracle
Financials), QA, Test and production, at the Washington Suburban Sanitary
(1) Regular ORACLE database exports.
(2) User and device security administration.
(3) Custom reports
(4) File and table maintenance.
(5) Index data and image migration functions.
(6) High-level troubleshooting
(7) Creation of QA and Test databases under the same appl_top.
(8) Performance tuning - both database and application.
(9) Writing private API’S for report functions.
Responsible for the programming, testing, and implementation of Business Rules for inclusion into Oracle’s Government HR project, to be delivered to the Air Force. This was the worlds largest Human Resource system reengineering effort and included the writing and implementation of position rules. The delivery of this project required a through working knowledge not only of Oracle’s API procedures, User Hooks, and Flex Field programming, but also PL/SQL, Dynamic PL/SQL, and ARCS procedures.
Responsible for the JALIS database system, both training and production, at Scott Air Force Base. Also responsible for backup and recovery procedures for all JALIS database.
Mr. Hunnicutt was responsible for the Joint Engineering Data
Management Information and Control System (JEDMICS) for the Naval Inventory
Control Point (NavICP) at
Basic database administration duties included:
(1) Backups done regularly to ensure protection of system work that has been completed, such as scanned images, or index data in the various database tables.
(2) Regular ORACLE database exports.
(3) Implementation of user and device security administration.
(4) Creating custom reports
(5) File and table maintenance.
(6) Index data and image migration functions.
(7) High-level troubleshooting.
(8) Configure and maintain UNIX kernel.
Database Administrator for the MLRS Family of Munitions (MFOM) Test. Responsible for both the physical and logical design of the test database. Responsibilities included: Generating ORACLE table spaces, tables, index, and rollback areas, generating queries, views and reports using PLSQL scripts in Version 6 ORACLE. Created screen input and updating procedures using ACCELL/SQL. Responsible for both exporting and importing test data sets for OPTEC evaluation contractors. Used SAS not only for the statistical analysis of data, but also for an alternate interface for updating ORACLE tables proved most cost effective for this test.
Supported a Directorate of Combat Developments, System
Engineering Technical Analysis contract at
Advance Field Artillery Tactical Data System (FDTE).
Software Engineer in the BCS (SIR) group,
This work time period also included programming experience
Task Leader for the IFFN/JTF project at Kirtland AFB, NM. Responsibilities included supervision of 8 programmers and 12 computer operators assigned with the task of designing, testing, implementing and analyzing data extracted from real-time simulation programs. Using a Perkin-Elmer OS/32 operating system, FORTRAN 77, Command substitution System (CSS), Reliance Plus Data Base and BMDP Statistical package; provided programming support for the pretest preparation, real time testing, post-test data reduction, data analysis, and report generation. Elements of this simulation included: Allied and Warsaw Pact aircraft and Missile, Army patriot fire units, and Hawk Battalions. Providing operations and government specified production control support to the IFFN/JTF Perkin-Elmer OS/32 operating system, responsibility to assure that PENTASTAR employees met the requirements of the IFFN task order within specified time frames. Met regularly with IFFN personnel to formulate and review task order plans, formally deliver items and ensures compliance with shop standards. As Task Leader, he assigned, scheduled, and reviewed work of subordinates and as the Lead Technician analyzed, designed, coded and tested FORTRAN77 systems.
This task has the same job description as above. OAO lost this GSA contract
for the IFFN project to PENTASTAR. The entire staff was re-hired in the same
positions by PENTASTAR on
Taught COBOL, advanced computer mathematics/statistics, and job control language (JCL) at the junior college level.
Managed the State Personnel Office's Data Processing Section. Directed and coordinated long and short-range system planning and production related activities of the State Personnel Office. Directed and controlled programming, systems analysis and data control. Planned and defined focus and scope of research projects. Consulted professional staff in meeting their ad hoc programming needs. Supervised a staff composed of systems analyst, programmers, data control specialists and clerk typists.
Telephone: (505) 350-8462