Curriculum Vitae

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Daryle Niedermayer, PMP, CISSP

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  • Accomplished IT project manager and change catalyst offering a proven track record of implementing and enhancing IT infrastructure and enterprise-wide application development projects  to advance corporate goals. Adept at planning and managing complex, multi-million dollar projects designed to improve, enhance and fortify business architecture and processes and drive technical improvement. Expert at maximizing ROI through innovation, creativity and application of proven project management methodologies.

  • Tactfully engage stakeholders, senior management and all employees to execute projects in accordance with requirements. Consistently deliver outstanding client service resulting in revenue growth and high satisfaction ratings. Provided leadership and motivated teams, implemented management best practices, maximized productivity and built a positive work environment. Strong problem-solving and team-building skills, along with an excellent grasp of software development and project management methodologies and best practices. Keep abreast of current trends in the technology industry.

  • Areas of Proven Performance:
    • Project Management & Governance
    • Strategic Planning & Scheduling  
    • Scope & Budget Management
    • Team Building & Management
    • Consulting & Assessment
    • Change & Risk Management
    • Continuous Service Improvements
    • Process Improvements
    • Technical Upgrades
    • Business Process Re-engineering
    • Managing Business analysts
    • Status Reporting
    • Project Charters
  • Specialties: Information Technology, Project Management, Financial Services, Consulting, Disaster Recovery, Business Analysis and Enterprise Architecture.

Professional Certifications

  • PMP (Project Management Professional), Project Management Institute
  • CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), ISC2
  • ITIL Foundation certified
  • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, TAA40104, Holmesglen Institute, Melbourne Australia


Manager, Business Analysis


Alberta Blue Cross, Edmonton, Alberta
  • Liaise with business leaders to identify and understand business needs and priorities and then translate these needs into terms and language meaningful to application development teams.
  • Manage a team of Business Analysts in eliciting and documenting requirements for new system functionality; and identifying, analyzing, and reporting defects in existing functions.
  • Triage, schedule and assign system enhancements and other work assignments within the team to provide optimal value to business units and align deliverables with strategic directives of the organization.
  • Plan, manage and monitor application enhancements using corporate SDLC methodologies and tools.
  • In concert with direct employees, peers, and managers in other teams, work to identify and develop efficiencies and enhanced business processes to make IT more responsive and agile in addressing business needs.


Manager, Application Design and Planning

2012 - 2015

University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta
  • Designed, developed and delivered instructional courses in with primary responsibilities for: Project Management; System Analysis, Architecture, and Design; Database Design and Management, Data Normalization; Computer Hardware; Software Development; C, C++ and Java; Oracle; MySQL; UML; JavaScript and HTML.
  • Led applied research in collaboration with industry partners, with responsibility for grant applications, proposal writing, data collection, and report generation.
  • Supervised and mentored student teams to design and develop, test, and implement customized software solutions satisfying the needs and expectations of local industry sponsors.


Instructor, Information Technology

2009 - 2012

Lethbridge College, Lethbridge, Alberta
  • Designed, developed and delivered instructional courses in System Design and Project Management; Introduction to Programming (using C); Databases (Oracle, MS Access, and MySQL); HTML, JavaScript and CSS; Computer Hardware; and Professionalism.
  • Assisted the College in delivering projects as part of its applied research commitments with industry partners.
  • Supervised and mentored student teams to design and develop, test, and implement customized software solutions satisfying the needs and expectations of local industry sponsors.


Instructor, Information Technology

2007 - 2009

College of the North Atlantic—Qatar, Doha, Qatar
  • Areas of instruction included: Project Management; System Analysis, Architecture, and Design; Database Design and Management, Data Normalization; Web Application Development, PHP, HTML, and JavaScript; Oracle and MySQL.
  • Designed, developed, and delivered Project Management and Information Technology courses appropriate to a middle-eastern context for Arabic post-secondary students.
  • Provided technical expertise in an applied research project to use robotic technology to research and assess the environmental condition of breeding areas for Hawksbill Turtles.


Project Manager/Business Process Consultant/Senior Consultant

2004 – 2006

CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants, Regina, Saskatchewan

Role: Business Process Re-Engineering Consultant/Project Manager
Client:  Public Employee Benefit Agency, Regina SK

June 2006 – November 2006
  • Identified opportunities to automate processes, eliminate inefficiencies, and increase the frequency of valuations in a $200K project. This enabled the expansion of the number of investment portfolios from 2 to 18, and moving from weekly to daily valuations, greatly improving member satisfaction.
Role: Project Manager
Client:  Russell Investments, Tacoma WA
January 2006 – May 2006
  • Led the $1.3M design and implementation of a disaster recovery system for 47 applications including real-time replication of data to colocation centres. Analyzed the client’s requirements and devised a solution based on cost-benefit alignment with corporate goals. Managed a remote team of 24 IT experts in deploying the disaster recovery solution across 12 business units.
Role: Project Manager
Client:  CPAS Systems, Toronto, ON
January 2004 – October 2005
  • Managed a team of 7 in a $750K project to convert 2 pension systems with 65K+ members and $4BN under management from JEA Penfax to CPAS, including 2 years of financial history. Successfully completed the conversion on time, under budget and with zero errors. Role included testing the quality and reliability of the converted data and managing the budget, scope, risks, issues, resource requirements, and configuration of the project.
Role: Project Manager
Client:  Russell Investments, Tacoma WA, USA
May 2005 – June 2005
  • Implemented a Microsoft Outlook Web Access platform for a large US capital investment firm for use by their staff worldwide. As a result, staff had secure, reliable access to email outside of corporate firewalls and were able to retire their aging proprietary, handheld devices. The project provided cost savings and more flexibility in how staff could manage communications regardless of location.
Role: Project Coordinator
Client:  Russell Investments, Tacoma WA, USA
January 2005 – May 2005
  • Coordinated the migration of all existing Microsoft SQL 7.0, SQL 2000 and SQL 2003 databases to one of two 3-node Microsoft Server Clusters running Microsoft SQL 2003 for Russell Investments. The project provided a technology refresh as well as high availability and fault tolerant management of data allowing Russell to meet its customer's needs in a competitive market.
Client:  Internal July 2004 – January 2005
  • Performed a gap analysis between the Regina Data Center’s reporting standards and the requirements of ISACA’s ITAF standards and in response to the H1N1 threat, assessed CGI’s Regina Data in its pandemic preparedness and redundancy of personnel resources. In response to these analyses we developed internal strategies resulting in stronger client retention and a 67% reduction in the time required for independent audit engagements.


Systems Administrator

1999 – 2003

CUETS (Credit Union Electronic Transaction Services), Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Administered a farm of RS/6000 AIX servers to process e-commerce transactions and provide Interactive Voice Response (IVR) services for multiple call centres to one of the top 100 MasterCard franchises world-wide.
  • Planned and implemented system migrations and upgrades in a risk aversive environment. Designed and implemented programs for system monitoring, management, and enhancement. Installed and planned corporate firewalls. Analyzed and made recommendations regarding other aspects of CUETS’ corporate Intranet, Extranet, and Internet architecture.
  • Programmed applications using PERL, Java (JSP, Servlet, and EJB development), and C and C++, and analyzed TCP/IP networking and routing, and Internet related-security issues.



1998 – 1999
GDS & Associates Systems Ltd., Regina, Saskatchewan

Role: Consultant
Client:  Sask Geomatics

April 1999 - July 1999
  • Designed and implemented a Geomatic Information System subscription update system using PERL, HTML, JavaScript and Oracle on a Solaris UNIX platform with a Netscape Enterprise Web Server for Sask Geomatics
Client: Internal July 1999-October 1999
  • Served as Webmaster, Security Auditor and DBA for GDS’ new Human Resource System. The system was developed in Microsoft Visual Interdev and implemented on NT with Microsoft IIS and SQL Server 6.5
  • Implemented High Speed Internet to all internal workstations using a Redhat Linux Router/Firewall with 10 Mbps, HP 100 Mbps and AppleTalk protocols and a DHCP server.
Role: Consultant
Client: SaskCulture
November 1998-February 1999
  • Prepared response to Request for Proposal (RFP) from SaskCulture and was awarded the contract.
  • Clarified expectations with the client. Implementation involved a three-tier solution utilizing existing workstations with Microsoft Access, while incorporating a new backend database (MySQL) and middle-tier web/application server (Apache with C)
Role: Programmer/Analyst
Client: Saskatchewan Labour
March 1998-May 1998
  • Coded database-stored procedures for Saskatchewan Labour Sponsored Venture Capital Corporation’s system redevelopment using Microsoft SQL Server 6.5


System Administrator

1996 – 2003
Great Plains Free-Net Inc., Regina, Saskatchewan
  • Managed systems for a community owned internet service provider. Implemented practices to support patch management, change management and problem resolution resulting in strong up-time metrics for users and members. Managed all aspects of system and network configuration on Sun Solaris and Redhat Linux servers.


  • M.Ed. (Information Technology), Memorial University, St. John’s, NF
  • B.Sc. (Computer Science) with Great Distinction, University of Regina, Regina, SK
  • B.A. (Sociology) with Distinction, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK



  • “Caveat Mercator: Issues and Risks in Entering the On-line Marketplace”, a presentation at the Queen City CIPS Spring Seminar, Regina, 2003.
  • “Using the Internet to Share Your Organization’s Message with the Community”, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Annual Convention, 1999.
  • “The Future of the Internet and how it will Transform How Library Patrons Access Data”, Saskatchewan Library Association Conference, 1997.
  • “Using Technology to Empower Senior Citizens to Enrich their Lives and Advocate for their Needs”, University of Regina's “Coming of Age Conference on Older Adults and Learning Technologies”, 1997.
  • “Findings from the Great Plains Free-Net in what the Community wants from Internet Access”, Telecommunities Canada Conference `96, Edmonton, Alberta, 1996.
  • “The Future of the Internet and how it will Transform How Library Patrons Access Data”, Saskatchewan Library Association, Special Library Group, 1996.


  • Pronounced a Graduate Fellow, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2011.
  • I.S.P. of the Year, CIPS Saskatchewan, 2005.
  • Member, Golden Key International Honour Society, 2001.