Aha.. Your job_queue_processes parameter was set to 0!!
Starting with Oracle Database release 22.214.171.124, setting JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES to 0 causes both DBMS_SCHEDULER and DBMS_JOB jobs to not run.
Previosly, it was not like that.. (setting JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES to 0 caused DBMS_JOB jobs to not run, but DBMS_SCHEDULER jobs were unaffected and would still run)
If you would mention that, no jobs could be running , we could go to the solution faster.. :)
connect to the database.
use "select sysdate from dual" and "SELECT SYSTIMESTAMP FROM DUAL;" to check the date of the database (default date), then set your job time accordingly.
You can also use the following to check:
select systimestamp,current_timestamp from dual;
SYSTIMESTAMP -> current timestamp on database serve
current_timestamp ->timestamp on client machine