Jason Gagnon

Jason L Gagnon

Programmer Analyst - Business Intelligence

Not Looking For Work

About Me

I currently work at Teknor Apex Company on the Business Intelligence team. We are currently working to upgrade the company from Cognos 7 to Cognos Analytics (Cognos 11).

I have my Bachelors degree in Software Engineering from New England Institute of Technology, I am a member of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society and the Alpha Chi National Honor Society.

I enjoy working with others to resolve issues that arise, and to make professional products that are modern and easy to use. In my spare time I like going fishing in the Narragansett Bay on our boat, taking pictures, and spending time with family.


Teknor Apex Company - Pawtucket, RI

Programmer Analyst - Oct 2020 - Present
Programmer - Oct 2018 - Oct 2020
Associate Programmer - Oct 2017 - Oct 2018

Albion Fire Department - Albion, RI

Fire Commissioner - Oct 2017 - Jul 2019
Elected as Fire Commissioner at the annual meeting (5 year term) - Resigned due to moving out of district


New England Institute of Technology

Bachelors of Science in Software Engineering - Completed September 2017
GPA: 3.95
Honors: Dean’s List, Alpha Chi National Honor Society

Associates in Science in Software Engineering - Completed March 2016
GPA: 3.91
Honors: Dean’s List, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society


Jason Paul LLC Website

Time Period: November 2020 - Present
Position: Sole Developer
Languages Used: HTML, JavaScript, CSS
Project Description:
Created a multi-page professional website for Jason Paul to support his acting and book writing career.

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Senior Project - Lincoln Water Commission Work Order System

Time Period: March 2017 - September 2017
Position: Team Leader and Developer
Languages Used: ASP.NET Core, Bootstrap CSS, and Microsoft SQL Server
IDE's Used: Microsoft Visual Studio 2017, Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
Project Description:
An electronic work order and inventory control system for the Lincoln Water Commission in Lincoln, RI. All key milestones have been met on time so far. The system will allow for the Lincoln Water Commission to convert their current paper work order process into an electronic work order process where the field crew will use android tablets and the office workers will use their desktop computers. In addition to their work orders being created electronically, they will be able to monitor and control their inventory and view a calendar of all appointments. I worked on a small team of three members for this project.