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Computer Operator II

Job Description:

Opening for Computer Operator II in the Yorktown area. If you are in the market and would like to hear more details regarding this position, please send me an updated copy of your resume and the best time to contact you.

Role: Computer Operator II

Location: Yorktown

Schedule: 2nd shift

Clearance Requirement: interim secret

Cert Requirements: CompTIA A+, Net+ or Sec+

Any MUST haves: help desk exp

Job Description:

Monitors and operates computer electronic digital computers to process business, scientific, engineering, or other data according to operating instructions

  • Ensures that correct peripheral equipment is utilized and moves switches to clear system and operates the equipment
  • Selects and loads input and output units with materials
  • Continuously observe equipment, storage devices, printers, and control panels for operator messages or error indicators
  • Sets up and runs diagnostic tests and reacts appropriately to the messages and reports errors or machine malfunctions as required
  • May perform work incidental to machine operations such as maintaining production records, replenishing specified stock items, and distributing output materials
  • Operates peripheral equipment to perform such operations as tape-to-printer; May work with multiple systems
  • Computer Operations: Process day-to-day computerized batch processes for two large ammunition systems (OIS-R and OIS-W)
  • Verify and complete daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly batch processes
  • Oversee data exchange between OIS-R and OIS-W
  • Post generated reports on a regular basis
  • Maintain logbooks for job runs
  • Some troubleshooting required based on pre-written procedures or under the guidance of the Computer Lead Operator
  • Communicate issues, when they arise, to leadership.
  • Physical Security: Monitor all events in the building
  • Fill out Daily Security Checklist
  • Control building access using pre-determined procedures
  • Provide assistance to users via phone call and email
  • Provide coverage for shifts when a regularly scheduled employee is off.

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