Consultant - Sr. Project Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 21, 2016
• Prepared and managed WBS using MS Project and working with HP PPM tool. Monitoring tasks and providing status to higher management. • Updating PM Dashboard, PMO Governance and stake holder’s status report presentations guidelines provided by DTCC BMO. • Primarily responsible for all aspects of development by third party (TCS) and ensure team meet defined timelines. • Managing release (QA/Production deployment-Maven) schedule and run Production Release Runbook (code deployment) for those releases including other program production deployment releases. • Responsible for Identifying opportunities and parameters for business process improvement. Coordinate with Global Product Management team and Run the Bank (RTB) team on changes and proposals on day to day. • Organize one on one meeting with individual PMO Leads to check any outstanding deliverables and current status of applications. • Coordinating with different teams (15 teams) across the corporation on day to day concerns/issues/risks. • Managed Portfolio & Project SharePoint pages and monitor the activities. Responsible for all PMO-Governance activities and also managed IT Document Repository Pages.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 3, 2016
Pros Advancement opportunities, great at developing skills, great place to learn a skill and grow your resume, or grow with the company. Cons Understaffing issues negatively affects all parts of their business. However, Walmart has increased their minimum hourly rate with hopes to attract more committed employees, and retain better employees. Advice to Management At the store level, any time you are called in to over ride an associate following company policy, make sure that you first make it clear to the associate and customer that they were doing their job and that you are making an exception.
Messenger (Current Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – August 19, 2015
The people who work here are very hard-headed. I leave at 4:30, it can be 3:45pm on a 90 degree day or even on Christmas Eve and they'll still send one of us on a run. This place can wear you out physically and mentally and the rules and regulations here are ridiculous. If you go through the wrong door you'll hear it from security.
Walk around city during a run, free trasportation cards.
Manage all scheduling activities. Migrating jobs running in other schedulers to Autosys. Great managers Negotiating transformation from other schedulers to Autosys has been challenging but we have gone from running 100 jobs a week to running 200,000 jobs weekly. WFA(work from anywhere) policy is great
DTCC/contractor (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – May 14, 2015
Management does not accept change (technology upgrading systems to improve productivity and contractors working full time positions). I had a manager disrespect me verbally several times and was told "that's how he or she is by upper management.
I love this company and this job but there's limited options for me. Job security is poor and advancement is worse. I've survived as long as I have through networking, hard-work and being persistent but it's a job that can be cut short at anytime without notice. I work with some great people, but I have so much more to offer. I want to be rewarded based off my hard work and what I can bring to the table.