- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $50,897.00-$81,680.00 Yearly
A Computer Operator Manager I is the managerial level of work operating multipurpose, multi-tasking computers. Employees in this class supervise Computer Operator Supervisors.
Employees in this class receive managerial supervision from a Computer Operator Manager II or other data processing administrator.
The Computer Operator Manager I is differentiated from the Computer Operator Supervisor on the basis of supervisory responsibility. The Computer Operator Manager I directly supervises Computer Operator Supervisors while the Computer Operator Supervisor directly supervises lower-level Computer Operators. The Computer Operator Manager I is differentiated from the Computer Operator Manager II on the basis of supervisory responsibility. The Computer Operator Manager II directly supervises Computer Operator Manager I's.
Plans, directs and administers the computer operations activity of an agency or data center in accordance with applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures;
Plans, coordinates, supervises and evaluates the work of Computer Operator Supervisors and related support staff;
Develops, implements and manages new and revised computer operations policies and procedures;
Develops, implements and manages training programs for computer operations staff;
Plans work schedules for the efficient use of computer resources and personnel;
Monitors computer operations for performance, reliability and utilization;
Oversees the maintenance and repair of computer hardware and related equipment;
Procures necessary computer hardware, software and supplies;
Meets with upper-level management, users, programmers, technical support staff and vendors to discuss and resolve computer operations problems;
Prepares statistical and narrative reports of routine computer operations and special projects;
Supplies information for the departmental information processing plan and budget;
Participates in the testing of new programs and systems by recommending improved operational procedures and placing the program or system in production status;
Reviews journals, catalogs and other technical literature and attends workshops, seminars and trade shows to keep abreast of the latest developments in computer technology;
May manage data communications, data entry and other related functions;
Performs other related duties.
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