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WHAT DOES A COMPUTER ASSISTANT SCHEDULER DO? As a Computer Assistant Scheduler you will be responsible for preparing and monitoring short and long range machine allocations and schedules for a variety of multi-programming computer systems. In this role, you will be involved in the coordination, control, scheduling, and direct operational support for computer systems. You will devise solutions to conventional problems which are not usually covered by established procedures.
As a Computer Assistant Scheduler you will:
- Plan, schedule, and control the processing of tax data on major corporate and departmental computer systems.
- Analyze and evaluate requirements for computer processing by identifying work flow and sequence equipment and capacity requirements, and job interrelationships.
- Review system reports and logs to identify scheduling conflicts, processing problems, or job failures and determine corrective actions.
- Ensure correct restoration of data files and data bases at the proper restart point.
- Receive program additions and changes from programmers and various external sources.
- Evaluate system change requests to determine modifications to existing set-ups, schedules, run streams, and dependencies with other systems and programs.
If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.
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