|Robert P. Churchill CBAP, PMPfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|412-523-0188, Silver Spring, MD|
Experienced process analyst who has completed analysis, architecture, development, simulation, modeling, control system, and business process reengineering projects at over 80 facilities worldwide. Applies deep analytical skills to understand and document complex processes. Applies communication and facilitation skills to work with customers and technical teams. Builds conceptual process and data models and helps identify, negotiate, and define project requirements. Applies software engineering skills to develop, manage, and deliver robust and efficient solutions in multiple industries.
|Systems Analysis||Project Management||Requirements Management|
|Domain Knowledge Acquisition||Process Discovery||Subject Matter Expert Interviews|
|Business Process Reengineering||Data Collection||Data Analysis|
|Continuous Simulation||Discrete-Event Simulation||Thermodynamics||SDLC / Scrum / Agile||Process Improvement||Operations Research|
|Documenting As-Is / To-Be States||Six Sigma Analysis (Quality)||Lean Analysis (Throughput)|
|System Architecture||Multi-Tier and Web Architecture||Inter-Process Communication|
|Real-Time Computing||Industrial Control Systems||Interactive Training Systems|
|Interactive Computer Graphics||User Interface Design||Testing / V&V / Acceptance|
Independent Developer and Process Analyst – Kensington, MD 2015–Present
Web and Simulation Developer, Business Analyst
RTR Technologies, LLC – Aberdeen, MD, Lexington Park, MD 2010–2015
Senior Process Analyst, Senior Computer Scientist (description)
Collected and analyzed data, researched and reviewed support operations, defined and implemented software framework modifications to address customer requirements, identified methods to prevent errors and improve accuracy, and presented results and recommendations. Supported Agile matrix as Scrum Developer and Product Owner.
Regal Decision Systems, Inc. – Baltimore (Linthicum), MD 2002–2010
Program Manager, Technical Manager (description)
Served as project manager for multiple analysis and development efforts and program manager for several logistics task orders under an umbrella support contract: $4.7M/year, 35 employees, 3 subcontractors, and a satellite office.
Performed management, design, analysis, data collection, presentation, and documentation functions for transportation and movement simulations in the United States, Canada, and Mexico:
American Auto-Matrix – Pittsburgh, PA 2000–2002
Senior Software Developer (description)
Worked with HVAC controller products and supervisory control software.
Bricmont, Inc. (later acquired by Andritz) – Pittsburgh, PA 1994–2000
Manager of Level 2 Projects, Control System Engineer (description)
Designed, implemented, and serviced Level 2 model-predictive supervisory temperature control and material handling systems for steel reheat and induction melting furnaces worldwide.
CIScorp (Corporate Information Systems, Inc.) – Pittsburgh, PA 1993–1994
Project Coordinator, FileNet Imaging Programmer (description)
Performed data collection and analysis of business processes leading to design and implementation of FileNet document imaging systems for business process re-engineering projects.
Micro Control Systems (contracted through IMC International) – Pittsburgh, PA 1993
Control Systems Engineer (description)
Updated database and user interface of control system for soaking pits and reheat furnaces.
Westinghouse (contracted through IMC International) – Pittsburgh, PA 1989–1992
Thermo-Hydraulic Simulation Engineer (description)
Wrote software to simulate fluid systems in real-time BWR and PWR nuclear power plant training simulators implemented in multi-processor distributed architectures.
Sprout-Bauer (later acquired by Andritz) – Muncy, PA 1988–1989
Process Engineer (description)
Performed and documented detailed heat and material balances. Created flow diagrams and instrumentation schemes for several types of mechanical pulping systems.
US 6259071 (description) 2001
Single-point temperature control system for a multi-section line furnace
United States Army – Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX 1984–1988
Air Defense Artillery
Carnegie Mellon University – Pittsburgh, PA 1984
Bachelor of Science – Mechanical Engineering
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA)
Baltimore NodeSchool – Baltimore, MD 2017
Volunteer Programming Mentor (description)
Ruby for Good – Front Royal, VA 2016
Volunteer Programmer and Analyst (description)
Four-day group project to implement web systems for various charities, including the National Zoo's Red Panda research program.
Advisory Committee – Post University, Waterbury, CT 2015-2016
Industry Representative to CIS Program
Offered recommendations regarding soft skills, team dynamics, discovery, and requirements.
Junior Achievement – Pittsburgh, PA 1991-1993
Industry Adviser, Evening Program
Served program for two years in which high school students form and operate their own companies.