Production Control Analyst Gainwell Technologies Gainwell Technologies

Job Description:

Essential Job Functions

  • Daily responsibilities include scheduling, modifying and monitoring production mainframe jobs, completing daily and weekly balancing procedures, modifying JCL as requested by programmers.
  • Monitors automated and manually submitted job schedules in support of multiple clients to ensure completion and timely production of work.
  • Troubleshoots basic errors related to batch processing and works to improve productivity.
  • Participates in testing new batch processes to ensure productivity is not adversely affected. Escalates issues as appropriate.
  • Implements operating procedures and timely documentation of procedures; ensures implementation is in accordance to standard operating procedures and follows same; escalates errors as appropriate.
  • Prepares for and participates in daily status reviews. Forwards status reports to clients and management.
  • Provides technical and administrative support required for batch failures, late critical batches, and SRTs.


  • 3+ years or experience with IBM mainframe job control language (JCL) is required
  • Experience working with mainframes, mainframe and midrange scheduling software, and other related technologies
  • Experience working with system job control language
  • Knowledge of Computer Associates JobTrac software for scheduling and monitoring production mainframe jobs is preferred
  • High school diploma or equivalent required

Other Qualifications

  • Interpersonal skills to interact with customers and team members
  • Basic communication skills
  • Organization skills to balance and prioritize work
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

Work Environment

  • Office environment – candidate must be located in the area of Baton Rouge, LA
  • Must be available alternating weekends to support production weekly cycle


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