Clerk I - Image Processor Operator

Company Name:
Board of Public Utilities
Prepare documents for scanning. (Involves removing staples, straightening corners, repair, etc.).
2. Operate 16mm and 35mm image scanning equipment, which includes full understanding of which equipment will be used on various documents, and to make all necessary camera lens settings and equipment adjustments.
3. Operate all basic image scanning production equipment.
4. Make operational adjustments as required to assure quality imagery. (Adjust lens, adjust heights, etc.).
5. Operate quality control, and inspection equipment as per established standards and procedures.
6. Perform cleaning operations on production equipment for preventative maintenance.
7. Maintain schedule of production set out by Lead Imaging Technician and Supervisor of Electronic Document Management Services.
8. Maintain equipment supplies.
9. Maintain master micrographic and imaging files.
10. Perform other similar and related duties as assigned.
Denotes essential function
Education/Experience/Abilities: High School Diploma or its equivalent, and one year office related experience. The incumbent to this position must have the ability to communicate effectively both in written and verbal forms. Also have flexibility to multitask at all levels to get required results. The Clerk I position is required to maintain a high standard regarding safety and to support workplace safety. The incumbent is required to have an excellent attendance record and be willing and available to work overtime and holiday work as required. If required to drive, the incumbent must have all applicable licenses as required by the State of Kansas. The incumbent must complete a minimum of two (2) computer classes (Word, Excel, Access, PeopleSoft, or other job related computer classes) in order to bid a Clerk II position.
Physical Requirements: All applicants for this position who are required to drive on a regular basis will be required to submit and pass a drug test before actual appointment.
Applicants must be able to perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodations.
OPEN DATE: 03/13/2014
CLOSE DATE: 03/20/2014
All BPU employees, at the inception of their employment, shall have a period of 12 months after employment begins to establish and maintain a legal primary residence within the legally defined boundaries of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, KS.

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