SharePoint Administrator Job Description

Introduction:

A SharePoint administrator employs in the IT department and they handle the activity of business Sharepoint software. They set up sites, manage servers, train employees, and troubleshoot issues. The position needs a candidate to hold a variety of skills and a lot of flexibility. The job duties of a SharePoint administrator include configuring new sites, monitoring bandwidth usage, deleting old files to save space, running and maintain backups, and deploying custom features. They need to provide support and guidance for a company SharePoint user ensuring functionality and updating the software as necessary. They address and resolve issues with software performances.

SharePoint Administrator Job Titles:

  • Sharepoint Administrator  (Part-Time)
  • Sharepoint Administrator
  • Sharepoint Admin
  • Data Coordinator
  • Sharepoint Developer
  • Sharepoint System Support Administrator

SharePoint Administrator Job Summary:

We are looking to hire a successful candidate who has a degree in information technology, computer science, or related field. The position will be for longe term and will be provided an excellent working environment with great company culture. The very team focused role involving heavy communication with other IT teams and business side customers. As a SharePoint administrator, you will be responsible for the day to day operations and management of several SharePoint. You will work with the collaboration team to create sites, manage permission, troubleshoot correlation ID, update third-party tools and software, perform SharePoint updates, coordinate server maintenance, and work with teams in IT to ensure a stable SharePoint service.

Also, few other duties include providing support to the application server office web apps SSRS in integrated mode and managing help desk tickets.

SharePoint Administrator Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Monitoring SharePoint software for any issues
  • Troubleshooting problems promptly
  • Assist with SharePoint upgrade and migrations
  • Oversee SharePoint web farm infrastructure, user permissions, and solution designs
  • Supporting installation, configuration, security, operations and maintenance of SharePoint environment including architecture, content database management, capacity planning, patches and reboot
  • Managing and revising the layout of the site
  • Customizing the SharePoint site for company purpose
  • Analyzing daily user activity on SharePoint
  • Maintaining records of SharePoint updates, maintenance, and activity
  • Reporting to the company management with updates and information about SharePoint use
  • Providing technical support to the user
  • Address questions and concern from business owners and directors
  • Mantian shaper point firewalls and security
  • Attending It conferences to grasp new software development
  • Consult with the management to make the best useful ways to apply SharePoint to a business goals

SharePoint Administrator Skills and Qualification:

  • Bachelor degree in It, computer science
  • Must possess a minimum of 3 years of experience working with SharePoint
  • Extensive knowledge about best practices for maintaining information security
  • Punctual, reliable and must have strong communication skill
  • Able to work in a team and produce quality output under tight deadlines
  • Strong verbal and oral communication skills
  • Self-motivated and strong analytical skills
  • Attention to detail, prioritization skill and time management
  • Quick learner with a positive attitude
  • Maintain a strong relationship with key groups
  • Possessing project management skill, analytical skill
  • Motivational and communication skill
  • An empowered team member, a process-oriented thinker
  • Able to handle sensitive information responsibly

SharePoint Administrator Salary

The average salary for a SharePoint Administrator is $75,000 per year. SharePoint Administrators are responsible for managing and administering SharePoint server environments. They work closely with the IT team to ensure that the servers are running smoothly and that users have access to the information they need. They also create and maintain user permissions, as well as design and implement security measures.

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