Tim Trice

Tim Trice

Excellence in Information Management – Document Control, Data Quality Analysis, Capital Project Management, and Process Improvement

Biography

I am an information management professional with an extensive technical background honed by experience as a document control specialist and data analyst. As I am highly skilled in transforming data into readable reports to facilitate enterprise planning and reporting, decision-making, and growth, I have ensured the highest data quality for numerous large capital projects ($10B+) for clients like Chevron, BP, Shell, ExxonMobil, and more.

Key strengths include:

  • 15+ years of programming experience (HTML, PHP, SQL, Excel/Access, Python, and R).
  • The ability to develop, establish, and manage efficient project workflows to reduce errors, maximize resources, and minimize costs.
  • Team awareness, leadership, and collaboration.
  • Exemplary capacity to gather, understand, and drive project resolutions from a cross-functional team.
  • High intellectual and emotional intelligence with excellent analytical, strategic, business judgement, and problem-solving abilities.
  • Communication, prioritization, organization, and time management skills.

Throughout my career, I have conducted data analytics to monitor, analyze, and synthesize countless reports, timelines, trends, and interdependencies to influence short and long-term planning. An employee who leads by example, I possess the agility and flexibility to thrive in fast-paced, deadline driven environments. Not only do I change and generate processes for greater effectiveness and efficiency, I leverage a team-oriented mindset to align my vision, mission, and strategy with a company’s overarching objectives.

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Data Analyst

Shell Trading & Supply

Apr 2019 – May 2020 Houston, TX

Performed data analysis to monitor, analyze, and synthesize financial reports, timelines, trends, and interdependencies. Tested application software to ensure the accuracy, integrity, validity, and completeness of data. Provided technical support for the engineering team utilizing MS SharePoint to turn reports into actionable data. Constructed automated weekly reporting processes to identify key milestones and share progress reports.

Key Contributions:

  • Facilitated project implementation by assessing and verifying SOX audits on multiple Shell T&S projects. Provided insights based on data analysis to ensure financial compliance.
  • Migrated all financial data reports from Excel to a Power BI dashboard with an R backend.
  • Recognized for technical expertise in data modeling, database design, and data mining utilizing data visualization tools such as Excel and Power BI.
  • Responsible for training teams on Shell’s records retention policies. Ensured all records in MS SharePoint remained classified across multiple groups according to their policy. Guaranteed users did not keep personal or non-project specific documents within the system.
 
 
 
 
 

Information Management Specialist

Shell Unconventionals

Apr 2018 – Apr 2019 Houston, TX

Supported critical business decision-making by building, developing, and maintaining data models, reporting systems, data automation tools, and dashboards/performance metrics. Engaged stakeholders, end-users, and managers with progress presentations for all projects. Analyzed engineering documentation and data and uploaded reports into MS SharePoint.

Key Contributions:

  • Implemented a document control process to streamline document flow and align the document control function with current regulations and best practices.

  • Effectively performed quality control for nine sites (3.2k+ assets).

    • Assisted with data quality strategy development and implementation.
    • Championed data quality practices and maintained policies or standards for quality.
    • Rapidly defined and corrected 90k+ incorrectly tagged records.
  • Enhanced overall consistency by aligning all processes to Shell’s global requirements and brought document control/information management procedures in line with Shell’s business entities’ frameworks.

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