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The Systems Operator II is the career level where incumbents are competent to perform most aspects of computer operations for host-based mainframe systems or distributed client server systems. They monitor CPU processing, batch work, and processing flow to assure completion of application processing and ensure that the system is operational. Incumbents in this role are responsible for automated scheduling, on line report setup and administration and printer setup, monitoring and maintenance. While at this level, they are able to resolve all but the most complex and unusual operating problems and work to increase their knowledge in monitoring and operating large network systems. Responsibilities include automated scheduling, on-line report setup and administrations and monitor and maintenance of peripheral devices i.e. printers and fax machines. Incumbents may provide work leadership for staff responsible for routine support services such as scheduling, on-line reporting, peripheral operations and batch management.
Examples of work performed in this classification include, but are not limited to, the following:
Executes processing flow in accordance with operating procedures.
Monitors CPU processing, batch work, processing flow, and network communications to ensure completion of application processing.
Monitors the efficiency of operations by detecting and correcting job errors or equipment failures.
Troubleshoots equipment operating problems and determines the cause of program interruption.
Administers and manages automated scheduling and report distribution, including online report and printer setup.
Performs routine peripheral maintenance.
Performs related or similar duties as required or assigned.
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