Operations Systems

Operations Systems works with internal customers to design and develop systems that enable all of PP&C to pro-actively track status, identify constraints and take corrective action, if needed.

Operations Systems Career Roles
 
Computer Systems Analysis Senior Manager:  Manages and directs analysis of internal customers’ needs to determine equipment and software requirements for solutions to problems.  Additional responsibilities include overseeing testing and compatibility of hardware/software for applications supported,  coordinating changes to enterprise systems, and estimating  impacts brought on by new hardware and operating systems.  Advises on new techniques and estimated costs associated with new or revised programs, equipment and utilities.  Manages and controls labor, material and processing budgets and expenditures associated with supporting a large portion of MFC sites.

Computer System Analyst Manager:  Manages and directs analysis of internal customers’ needs to determine equipment and software requirements for solutions to problems.  Additional responsibilities include overseeing testing and compatibility of hardware/software for applications supported,  coordinating changes to enterprise systems, and estimating  impacts brought on by new hardware and operating systems.  Advises on new techniques and estimated costs associated with new or revised programs, equipment and utilities.

Computer System Analyst or Applications Analyst:  Primary focus is analyzing and interpreting internal customers’ needs, and determining equipment and software requirements for solutions to problems. Additional responsibilities may include hardware/software testing  for applications supported, coordinates changes to enterprise systems, and analyzes new hardware and operating systems to determine impact to existing or proposed systems.  Advises on new techniques and estimated costs associated with new or revised programs, equipment and utilities.

Programmer Analyst:  Primary focus is on coding, production data extractions and data manipulation.  Additional responsibilities may include building a graphical user interface (GUI) to meet specific user needs, creating documents defining user requirements, software documentation, user guides, help files and assisting in user training.