ALAN MARK PAVLIK
1606 NORTH LAUREL AVENUE #342
ANGELES, CA 90046
Manager with a wide range of experience in industries from aerospace to heavy manufacturing to healthcare. Proven record of
solving complex and seemingly intractable problems, while building effective, highly motivated teams for major corporations
such as Hughes and General Motors. Background includes project management of complex financial processes, management of the
systems shop at locomotive plant and managing HR and payroll systems for several large organizations. Brings a wide range
of solutions to any systems problem as well as extensive experience in staff training and development. A Masters degree from
Duke University, and wide ranging knowledge of the world of art and literature complements management and technical depth.
PEROT SYSTEMS CORPORATION
WEST, PASADENA CALIFORNIA
November 1999 - February
PROJECT MANAGER, FINANCIAL PROCESSES
August 2002 - February
Charged with forming and managing a project team to construct the interface of Perots DIAMOND 950 HMO management
software to PacifiCares Oracle Financials Suite. PacifiCare cancelled its contract with Perot and project eliminated.
MANAGER, FINANCIAL PROCESSES
April 2002 - August 2002
Charged with forming and managing a project team to reengineer and automate the I/T and telecommunications Accounts Payable
processes and pass-through client billing for the Catholic Healthcare West account: forty eight hospitals in three states,
along with ten administrative facilities.
REGIONAL MANAGER, BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
November 1999 - April 2001
Charged with supporting and maintaining the general financial applications of the eleven hospitals in the Southern California
Region Payroll and Benefits, Human Resources, Accounts Payable, General Ledger and Fixed Assets.
of five systems analysts and two programmers in an AS400/RPG environment supporting the general financial systems and payroll
production at eleven hospitals and various IPA and home healthcare entities, in liaison with local I/T and production organizations.
Systems for which we provide production support and which are also integrated at the region by my department include Infinium,
Siemens-SMS, McKesson (HBOC) and various materiel management applications.
ˇ Implementation of
a standard chart of accounts for eleven hospitals running separate general ledgers, accounts payable and fixed asset systems
in three unique applications on four separate platforms
ˇ Implementation of a standard payroll for eleven hospitals running
two unique applications, with appropriate modifications for interfaces to benefits vendors and other third parties, and revision
of feeds to third-party productivity and budgeting systems
ˇ Implementation of a single materiel management system to
replace each hospitals local system, with appropriate interfaces to a variety of local general ledger and accounts payable
ˇ Move of all financial systems from local data center to consolidated data center in Arizona
of technical split of HR-Payroll systems and general financials for three hospitals leaving the company, and for their migration
to other platforms in FY2002
ˇ Migration of financial, materiel and HR-Payroll systems in this region to a common web-based
system by FY2003 (in vendor selection and preliminary planning)
ˇ Various rehosting and migration efforts as AS400s are
moved or decommissioned
Managed successful implementation of all Y2K remediation of current systems.
COMPUTER SCIENCES CORPORATION
February 1995 - November
SENIOR MANAGER, BUSINESS APPLICATIONS: I/T SUPPORT of GENERAL MOTORS DIESEL DIVISION, GENERAL MOTORS LOCOMOTIVE
GROUP, LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA
May 1998 - November 1999
On foreign assignment supervising sixteen employees maintaining
mainframe, midrange and LAN applications for GM locomotive and light armored vehicle manufacturing operations in Canada, Mexico
and Long Island on an account CSC assumed from EDS. Built a Canadian staff of twenty-two to replace the bridge team of U.S.
citizens. Applications environment was manufacturing AMAPS/MRP on mainframe (COBOL/IMS/CA7) and client-server (NT/VB), financial
and HR on HP9000/UNIX/Oracle/Speedware, fifty-one key applications on LAN. Assumed responsibility for all DBA's and Operations,
engineering applications and began development of I/T support for ERP at new plants in Australia and Russia. Supervised three
major development multiplatform projects. Managed early stages of transitioning financial applications to SAP.
I/T SUPPORT of HUGHES ELECTRONICS CORPORATE HUMAN RESOURCES: HUMAN RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER, EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION SYSTEMS,
PATENTS SYSTEMS, TREASURY SYSTEMS
December 1997 - May 1998
Supervised five employees on various systems ranging from
SAS for MVS to various client-server systems; profit-loss responsibility for five consulting work packages and one maintenance
effort. Managed the successful split of SAS Human Resources databases into respective Hughes and Raytheon components, including
all Workers' Compensation liabilities, stock options and executive incentives and trademark/patent data.
HUGHES CORPORATE INFORMATION CENTER
October 1996 - December 1997
Reporting to the Hughes Corporate HR Information
Manager, reduced a backlog of several hundred ad hoc requests concerning the outsourcing of Hughes' Retirement Program. Supervised
three full-time SAS programmers while introducing them to using the HR Data Warehouse. Eliminated all backlog of ad hoc reporting
for HR and Legal issues. Maintained position as technical and user advisor to the HR Data Warehouse.
April 1996 - October 1996
Established the account's first training department and budget, established
policies and procedures to determine and control training costs. Redesigned the account's skills inventory system to link
to the corporate system, saving $40,000 in internal development costs. Established an account-wide system of computer-based
training, saving $200,000 in stand-up training costs and offering college credit and professional licensing to all employees.
February 1995 - April 1996
On contract to Hughes Aircraft, responsible for deployment of
the enterprise-wide nation-wide client-server Human Resources Data Warehouse, including marketing, supervision of training,
documentation and liaison with technical support. Advised, mentored and assisted in implementation of the CSC management methodology,
Catalyst. Trained in Business System Analysis and Redesign, Project Management, Project Estimating along with other Catalyst
HUGHES AIRCRAFT COMPANY, EL SEGUNDO, CALIFORNIA
October 1982 - February
TEAM LEADER, APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, HR SYSTEMS
CORPORATE HUMAN RESOURCES CENTER
September 1992 - February
Represented HR/MIS on the technical team which established an enterprise-wide client-server Human Resources Data
Warehouse (Data Mart) and SQL applications. Familiar with Sybase Open Client, TCP/IP protocols and DB2/MVS Data Warehousing.
Led teams developing enterprise-wide distributed information systems, specifically PC/Macintosh/Network systems for compensation,
benefits issues tracking, and Personnel EIS's, using FoxPro and Lotus Notes in a Novell/SQL environment.
COMPUTER STAFF, III BUSINESS SYSTEMS DEPARTMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTORATE
July 1987 - September 1992
developed local systems to manage various HR activities: group-wide salary merit review, applicant tracking, AAP planning,
Safety and Health databases. Provided PC and Network support (Novell and LAN Manager). Expert in most PC applications: spreadsheets,
word processors, dBase, Foxbase/FoxPro, graphics applications. Certified Novell 3.11 System Manager. Substantial knowledge
and experience with HP3000/MPE and telecommunication issues in a mixed PC/Network/Mini/Mainframe environment.
HR Employee of the Year in 1991. Cost Improvement Award, 1989.
PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE, SENIOR
AND TRAINING DEPARTMENT, HUMAN RESOURCES
October 1982 - July 1987
- Created department's Systems Support area, automated
operations, record keeping and needs analysis efforts;
- Designed, produced multimedia New Hire Orientation program; wrote,
produced award-winning videotape;
- Developed Defense Business Management Course commended by Group President;
Matrix Management course used in four training programs;
- Presented numerous management training programs with uniformly
- Certified Program Director by Development Dimensions International and Wilson Learning
NORTHROP CORPORATION, AIRCRAFT DIVISION, HAWTHORNE, CALIFORNIA
November 1981 - October
PROGRAM DIRECTOR, SELECTIVE PROGRAMS for Management Development branch of Division's training organization, responsible
for review of Division training requests and development of new courses or recommendation of training vendors; also responsible
for refinement of ongoing programs.
Note: Prior to 1981 ten years of teaching and administrative
experience at New York private college preparatory school.
MA - English, Duke University, Durham,
NC. Course work complete for PhD
BA - English, High Honors, Denison University, Granville OH
Woodrow Wilson National
NDEA Title IV Graduate Fellowship
Duke University Graduate Fellowship