Data Control Clerk II
Handles all input/output information for a computer installation. Follows written procedures and interprets and adjusts for variations in procedures within established limits.
SUPERVISION AND DIRECTION EXERCISED:
May direct other lower level Data Control Clerks or clerical assistants.
MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Typewriter, adding machine, electric accounting machine, unit record equipment such as a sorter, collator and computer forms printer, computer terminal and other equipment as may be required on the job.
Logs and balances all input and output information for computer processing. Performs associated duties such as receiving, sorting, reviewing for accuracy and completeness, and editing and correcting errors.
Prepares data for card punching, optical scanning, sorting, etc., in accordance with written instructions. Transports and controls movement of input/output data to or from the various processing areas. Analyzes and suggests improvements in flow of information, error detection/correction, etc.
May identify operations parameters such as estimated quantity of input/output, estimates of run time, individual priorities and the like, for use by computer operators. May establish job flow, computer utilization, or other operations schedules as directed.
May prepare, retain and/or summarize data, records and reports and maintains them as guided by retention cycles.
Determines accuracy of input/output data and trouble shoots areas of incomplete and faulty data, contacting originating department as necessary. Reschedules processing of data when problem is resolved.
May process or assist in processing data through electric accounting machine, sorter, etc., and operate or assist in the operation of a remote terminal for selective data review. Performs other duties as assigned.
Requires 1 year of relevant post High School education or equivalent and 1-2 years of related experience.
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