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GSA FSS GS-00F-0008PJune 2010

which at least 6 years are specialized.

M1041, Data Base Analyst

Manages and/or develops data base projects. Provides highly technical expertise in the use of Data Base Management Systems (DBMS) concepts. Evaluates and recommends available DBMS products and services to support validated user requirements. Defines file organization, indexing methods, and security procedures for specific user applications.

M1051, Data Base Manager, Senior

Manages the development of data base projects. Plans and budgets staff and data base resources. When necessary, reallocates resources to maximize benefits. Prepares and delivers presentations on data base management systems (DBMS) concepts. Provides daily supervision and direction to support staff. Requires a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, engineering, business, or other related scientific or technical discipline.

This position requires a minimum of 10 years’ experience, of which at least 8 years must be specialized. Specialized experience includes demonstrated experience with DBMS design and system analysis, current operating systems software internals, and data manipulation languages. General experience includes increasing responsibilities in the development and maintenance of data base systems.

With a master’s degree (in the fields described above), 8 years’ general experience of which at least 6 years must be specialized experience is required.

With 15 years of general experience of which at least 12 years must be specialized experience, a degree is not required.

M1052, Data Base Manager

Provides highly technical expertise in the use of DBMS. Evaluates and recommends available DBMS products to support validated user requirements. Defines file organization, indexing methods, and security procedures for specific user applications.

Requires a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, engineering, business, or other related scientific or technical discipline. This position requires a minimum of 6 years’ experience, of which at least 4 years must be specialized. Specialized experience includes demonstrated experience using current DBMS’s technologies, application design utilizing various DBMS and experience with DBMS internals. General experience includes increasing responsibilities in DBMS systems analysis and programming. Demonstrated ability to work independently or under only general direction.

M1061, Data Entry, Senior

Operates alphabetic and numeric data entry machine, similar in operation to electric typewriter, to transcribe data from source material onto disk, paper or magnetic tape, or magnetic cards, and to record accounting or statistical data for subsequent processing by automatic or electronic data processing equipment. Attaches skip bar to machine and previously punched program card around machine drum to control duplication and spacing of constant data. Loads machine with decks of tabulating punch cards, paper or magnetic tape, or magnetic cards. Moves switches and depresses keys to select automatic or manual duplication and spacing, select alphabetic or numeric punching, and transfer cards or tape through machine stations. Depresses keys to transcribe new data in prescribed sequence from source material into perforations on card, or as magnetic impulses on specified locations on tape or card. Inserts previously processed card into card gage to verify registration of punches. Observes machine to detect faulty feeding, positioning, ejecting, duplication, skipping, punching, or other mechanical malfunctions.

M1062, Data Entry

Operates alphabetic and numeric data entry machine, similar in operation to electric typewriter, to transcribe data from source material onto disk, paper or magnetic tape, or magnetic cards, and to record accounting or statistical data for subsequent processing by automatic or electronic data processing equipment. Attaches skip bar to machine and previously punched program card around machine drum to control duplication and spacing of constant data. Loads machine with decks of tabulating punch cards, paper or magnetic tape, or magnetic cards. Moves switches and depresses keys to select automatic or manual duplication and spacing, select alphabetic or numeric punching, and transfer cards or tape through machine stations. Depresses keys to transcribe new data in prescribed sequence from source material into perforations on card, or as magnetic impulses on specified locations on tape or card. Inserts previously processed card into card gage to verify registration of punches. Observes machine to detect faulty feeding, positioning, ejecting, duplication, skipping, punching, or other mechanical malfunctions.

M1063, Data Entry, Associate

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