Computer Operator Job Description
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The Computer Operator performs tape, library, print, and report distribution functions. Updates the tape library ensuring the proper disposition of tapes. Performs first-level problem determination and resolution on problems involving Computer Center printers, escalating to the I/O Console Operator or vendor as needed. Works with some supervision and is responsible for making a minimal range of decisions, escalating to supervisor when appropriate, and updating supervisor regularly.
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The Computer Operator will receive direction and training from the Supervisor and Assistant Supervisor in the day-to-day (7x24) Data Center operations. These responsibilities include but are not limited to ensuring all batch jobs, system monitoring, and backup processing are being successfully performed and following troubleshooting, escalation procedures, and event recording should issues arise. Additionally, this person will assist with managing DOR’s enterprise high-speed printing environment to ensure that all print SLAs are being met.
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The Computer Operator is responsible for monitoring and controlling the operation of an electronic data processing machine in conformance with programmed instructions; observing the console and taking other steps to verify the proper function of the machine throughout production runs, and doing related work as required.
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A Computer Operator monitors the status and operations of computing and networking systems.
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We are seeking an entry-level Computer Operator to join our team. The selected individual will be supporting the TARS Support Services (TSS) Radar/Network Data Quality Measurement (R/NDQM) operations.
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The Computer Operator distributes files to other sites for completion. Have frequent interaction with production, programming staff, and customers to identify testing and work status requirements and the escalation of problems as described by operating procedures/requirements.
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The Computer Operator monitors and controls a computer by operating the central console or online terminals. Maintains records regarding output units and supply inventories. Assists in manipulating controls to rearrange the sequence of job steps to continue operations when individual units of the system malfunction.
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We are seeking a Computer Operator to join our team. In this role, you provide some phone support troubleshooting technical problems and advising users on the appropriate action for the resolution of a wide range of technologies and issues, but most support will be in person. The right candidate will have impeccable attendance, excellent communication skills, and be highly skilled in multi-tasking.
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Under general supervision and following written and verbal instructions, the Computer Operator sets up, operates, and monitors a wide range of moderately complex computer operations and peripheral equipment used to process business, engineering, or scientific data. This position requires detailed knowledge of proper office procedures and basic knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
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We are looking for a Computer Operator.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the skills of a computer operator?
A computer operator is responsible for ensuring that computer systems, networks, and applications run smoothly and efficiently. Some of the skills required to perform the job effectively include:
Technical knowledge: A computer operator must have a good understanding of computer hardware, software, and operating systems, as well as networking and telecommunications.
Troubleshooting skills: A computer operator must be able to diagnose and resolve technical problems quickly and efficiently.
Attention to detail: A computer operator must have a keen eye for detail and be able to identify errors and inconsistencies in computer systems.
Time management: A computer operator must be able to manage their time effectively and prioritize tasks to ensure that deadlines are met.
Communication skills: A computer operator must be able to communicate effectively with other team members, including IT professionals and end-users.
Adaptability: A computer operator must be able to adapt to changing technologies and work environments.
Organizational skills: A computer operator must be highly organized and able to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.
Security awareness: A computer operator must be aware of security risks and be able to take appropriate measures to protect computer systems and data.
What are the daily duties of a computer operator?
The daily duties of a computer operator can vary depending on the specific organization or industry they work in. However, some common tasks and responsibilities that a computer operator may perform daily include:
Monitoring computer systems and networks for errors or issues and taking appropriate actions to resolve them.
Running system backups and performing routine maintenance tasks to ensure optimal performance of computer systems.
Responding to user inquiries and resolving technical problems or issues that arise.
Installing and configuring software and hardware as needed.
Managing user accounts and access permissions to ensure security and data integrity.
Running scheduled jobs and batch processing tasks.
Keeping accurate records of system performance, maintenance activities, and user requests.
Collaborating with other IT professionals and team members to develop and implement strategies for improving system performance and reliability.
Maintaining a high level of security and confidentiality when working with sensitive data.
Staying up to date with new technologies and industry trends to maintain a competitive edge in the market.