In this short exercise, you will be presented with some information about a job role (there are five in total). For each job role, see if you can decide correctly whether they should be classified as a DSE User or not.
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Secretary or typist. Uses DSE (typically a PC and printer) for word processing of reports, memos, letters from manuscript and dictation, combined with e-mail. Some variation in workload and some degree of control over scheduling throughout the day. Typically around two or three hours DSE use daily.
Data input operator. Employed full time on continuous processing of invoices. Predominantly numeric input using numeric key pad. May be subject to a system of keystroke monitoring with associated bonus payments.
Graphic designer. Works on multimedia applications. Intensive scrutiny of images at high resolution. Large screens. Page make-up. Multiple input devices. Colour systems critical.
Receptionist. If work is mainly concerned with customer-public interaction, with the possibility of using DSE occasionally for limited purposes, for example obtaining details of staff telephone numbers, locations; or intermittent monitoring of a single CCTV screen.
Senior manager. Uses DSE (sometimes a laptop) infrequently for short periods, for generation/manipulation of statistics for presentation at meetings.