Employee Spotlight: Jeff Shultz, Lead Software Developer

Employee Spotlight: Jeff Schultz

Education: Jeff graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Business and from Hartford University with an MBA. Jeff started out in manufacturing, working in Purchasing and Inventory Control and worked his way to becoming a Materials Manager. His first experience with technology was with EDS as a Systems Engineer. He worked on the General Motors and Champion Spark Plug accounts using mainframe technology (COBOL, JCL, CICS, DB2). Jeff also worked as a mainframe developer at Richfood and Reynolds.

Resume and Job Description: Jeff joined Shaw in October of 2002. He is currently a Lead Software Developer on the SPECTRUM Architecture team. Jeff’s responsibilities include working with the Architecture Team to keep SPECTRUM current and performing optimally. Jeff also works with new and existing customers to help them understand the SPECTRUM architecture and take full advantage of the application. Jeff receives many accolades from clients and has developed a great rapport with them.

Rave Review: Jeff’s manager Jared says: “Jeff is the go-to guy for many areas in Shaw. His dedication to his job is only surpassed by his dedication to the client. He has a drive for real results that is appreciated by both associates and clients. Jeff is an excellent example to his co-workers and has a great attitude in all he does. He is a joy to work with. Thank you Jeff for all of your effort and hard work.”

Family and Interests: Jeff is married to his wife Mette and has two children, Laura and Jennifer. Jeff happily states that he is blessed to have this family. His interests include participating in family events, softball, bowling, and tennis.

Perspective: Jeff says: “I have worked with many other companies prior to Shaw and am able to recognize that Shaw is a fantastic place to work. Shaw employees really care for their co-workers, their customers, and the application and are all dedicated to creating a world-class application suited for the 21st century.”