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Computer Operator

Hearst Newspapers – Indianapolis, IN



understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite (with emphasis on Outlook, Word, Excel)



Salary : $50000 - $90000  / YEAR

Responsibilities: The primary responsibility of this position is to maintain and oversee the Operations Production job scheduler including but not limited to; rescheduling jobs, suspending jobs, resetting failed jobs, setting up new jobs, updating existing jobs, and monitoring existing jobs Monitor and execute a variety of scheduled jobs Refers issues to other staff as appropriate Apply standard operating and/or corrective procedure Use a variety of tools and processes to accommodate requests Act on computer output instructions and error conditions Preferred Skills: Basic understanding of Linux and Windows Basic understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite (with emphasis on Outlook, Word, Excel) Attention to detail Ability to work in a team environment Excellent verbal, written, and communication skills Good problem-solving skills Must be able to work independently with minimal supervision Job Scheduler activities (monitoring jobs, updating jobs, changing jobs, adding new jobs, suspending jobs, calling appropriate parties when jobs fail) Activating Streams, Removing Streams Code Moves to Production Database Change Requests Requests to run LINUX command line scripts FTP Account password resets FTP Account folder removal Changing Role Permissions on user profiles Required Experience: Bachelor&39;s Degree Preferred One year Computer Operator experience.

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