TL;DR: My company hired a tech solutions group to connect legacy technologies as part of a large project. I gave them a small code snippet that was integrated into the final product. Can / should I use it in my resume? How?
Foreword: I'm an amateur developer so please excuse my odd phrasing as I attempt to formulate my question.
I work at a company which is currently in the process of adding a new office building which features technologies which interface with legacy technologies. We hired a tech solutions company to facilitate the code writing for one of 5 or more interfacing needs on this rather large $100 million project. Prior to this project, I had written a small 60 line script in Python to accomplish a repetitive task which just so happened to be part of this interfacing workflow the contractor was working on (FYI I work in the IT field, but coding is a hobby). I shared my source code with them and, to my knowledge, my script is being used in their production code.
I would like to use this on my resume when applying to software development jobs in the future, but have been unable to determine if it's worth a mention and how I would phrase it, or if it's even appropriate to mention at all. Has anyone here been in a similar or parallel situation that would like to provide some much appreciated feedback?
I feel like an analogous situation would be an office employee who contributed to a mural that was commissioned at their workplace. As I'm writing this it sounds kind of funny so let me know if I can explain further.