- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $28,845.00-$44,900.00 Yearly
An IT Production Control Specialist I is the intermediate 1evel of work in scheduling, controlling input and output or maintaining a tape library to process data on multipurpose, multi tasking computer systems. Employees in this classification do not supervise.
Employees in this classification receive moderate supervision from an IT Production Control Supervisor or other data processing administrator. Employees in this classification may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays. The work may be performed in a computer room and may involve exposure to moderate levels of noise and to a climate controlled environment necessary to keep the computer from overheating. The work requires careful observance of safety procedures related to fire extinguishing systems for computers. The work may require operating high speed equipment such as bursters, decollators or binders and may require moving boxes of paper and tapes weighing up to forty pounds.
The IT Production Control Specialist Trainee, IT Production Control Specialist I, and IT Production Control Specialist II are differentiated on the basis of supervisory control exercised by the supervisor over these employees. The IT Production Control Specialist Trainee learns to perform duties under close supervision, the IT Production Control Specialist I performs duties under close supervision at times and general supervision at other times depending on the complexity of the specific duty being performed, and the IT Production Control Specialist performs the full range of duties under general supervision. The IT Production Control Specialist is differentiated from the IT Production Control Specialist, Lead in that the IT Production Control Specialist, Lead assigns, reviews and approves the work and trains IT Production Control Specialists.
Receives and registers incoming job requests and related production media as submitted by users;
Locates procedures and job control language documentation to set up and verify production job requests for submission to computer operators;
Sets up jobs for processing by computer operators by placing applications in the correct sequence and by inserting data control codes according to established job control procedures;
Releases jobs for processing by computer operators;
Reviews shift turnover sheets, printouts and trouble logs to discover job status and identify jobs that have not processed correctly;
Reruns, returns to users or refers to programmers jobs that have not processed correctly;
Verifies production output totals as detailed in job requests and job control procedure documentation and distributes output to users;
Operates equipment such as bursters, decollators or binders to break down production output;
Reviews new production jobs submitted by users for compliance with standard job control language and procedures;
Documents, files and maintains accepted job control procedures;
May use symbolic language to override established job control language for temporary changes to production jobs;
May use a remote computer terminal or microcomputer to set up and activate jobs to be processed by computer operators;
May schedule production jobs using job control procedures, programmer documentation and user job requests;
May initialize and label tapes with identification numbers and codes, client name and purpose of tape;
May maintain a tape library by retrieving and storing tapes for production jobs;
May send tape expiration notices to clients and purge expired tapes or update expiration listings as directed;
May operate a printer at a remote location;
Performs other related duties.
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