I am listing down few of the tools which you can definitely make use of.
1. Talend Integration Suite (TIS)
The licensed version of TIS provides a web-based console which is more generally called a Talend Administration Centre (TAC). TAC helps in executing the Jobs and monitoring their results. Moreover, you can customize and set the permissions depending on your need as well.
2. SOS Job Scheduler
It is more of a DIY scheduling solution where you can use Talend Custom Components to access the SOS API from the Talend Job.
3. Access from the command prompt
Or you can opt for the easiest and quickest option, i.e., by exporting the Job as a shell script or batch file. Then from the command prompt, you can execute the job and monitor its result without being able to delete them. But, in order to see the execution details, you will have to add a tLog component in your Job.