Individual Jobs are the heart of the Scheduled Jobs system. Each Job contains a definition of what the Job will do, when it will do it, and to whom it will report results. Jobs are added, modified, viewed and can be deleted. An existing Job can also be copied to add a new Job. However, it is not until the Job is deployed to the Windows Task Scheduler that it can perform the useful work for which it was created.

In addition to the Jobs, at least one Server definition must be present. This requirement can be fulfilled by the Local Server, which is created automatically by Naviate Cloud Manager and allows Jobs to be run on the local machine. Additional Network Servers that are accessible through the network may also be defined and used to host and execute Scheduled Jobs.