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Operations & Applications Engineer I (OA03)
Ref No.: 17-03063
Location: Frederick, Maryland
Start Date / End Date: 10/24/2017 to 01/21/2018
Description
Part Time - Operator I

Monitors mainframe and Info Print output queues. Aligns forms in the various printers and ensures that proper alignment and print quality is maintained.
- Separates jobs upon completion of print and maintain offsets for efficient handling and distribution.
- Cut, log, and prepare reports and checks for delivery to various clients world-wide. Must have the ability to record information accurately and legibly.
- Folds, inserts and posts various letters and checks, ensuring the address displays in the window, correct envelopes are used, correct date is applied, and correct amount of postage is applied.
- Cuts, packages, and mails payroll checks and computer generated reports and other materials to Client properties and other businesses on an international scale.
- Tape vaulting, calling back restores, ensuring tapes are packaged in the correct containers for off-site storage.
- Research NetBackup, Secure Sync and QuickScan to locate requested restore tapes.
- Label scratch and cleaning tapes. Enter scratch tapes when required. Monitor scratch counts.
- Maintain building security and confidentiality of sensitive material in accordance with established practices and procedures.
- Vacuums and maintains printers, pre and post processing equipment, folder, and inserter equipment as needed in accordance with manufacturer specifications. Contact the proper vendor when equipment maintenance is needed.
- Responsible for maintaining supply inventories and ensuring all supplies are restocked daily. Notifies management when supplies need to be reordered.
- Maintain daily logs and audit records in accordance with requirements.
- Answers departmental telephone lines; provides callers with responses to requests involving department procedures; performs research on lost reports, directs calls to appropriate person or takes messages. - - - - Performs research to address issues and less complex questions and responds directly to the caller.
- Trains associates as assigned and provides feedback to management on progress.
- Responsible for accepting and distributing incoming mail, packages, etc., to assigned mail boxes within the buildings’ mail center.
- Support business recovery requirements locally and/or at the hot site.
- Maintain neatness and cleanliness of work environment.
- Other duties as assigned.

Job Requirements
- Ability to work a flexible work schedule, work hours fluctuate weekly based on workload. Hours typically range between 24 and 29 hours a week.
- Ability to understand and follow instructions, and ability to read, retain and comprehend guidelines, policies and procedures applicable to the position.
- Lifting and carrying of up to 40lbs.
- Grip/Grasp - Frequent.
- Prolonged periods of standing and/or sitting.
- Bending, stooping, pulling, and pushing.
- Punctuality and dependability a must.
- Work schedules vary on a weekly basis. Work schedule will include weekends and some holidays.
- Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to work independently as well as within a team.
- This is an “essential associate” position.
- Must have reliable transportation to and from work location.

Additional Requirements
(No Value)
Days to be Worked
flexible hours 7 days
Start Time (AM/PM)
work hours fluctuate
End Time (AM/PM)
work hours fluctuate
Is this a short-term assignment? (14 calendar days or less)
No
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