The average pay for a Configuration Manager is £47.50 per hour.
The average pay for a Configuration Manager is £37,654 per year.
|Salary||£28,307 - £65,557|
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|£28,442 - £80,744|
Job Description for Configuration Manager
Configuration manager positions are available in a wide range of industries, but they are most commonly found in technology-based businesses. Although these positions may not have specific educational requirements, gaining an entry-level position in this field (needed for eventual promotion to managerial status) often requires at least a bachelor's degree in a relevant field. The experience level for these openings varies by company, but extensive work as a systems administrator with knowledge of the technologies used within the hiring company is usually the minimum requirement. The position often requires security clearances and sometimes requires specific certifications; these are generally specific to individual companies and/or projects.Read More...
Daily tasks performed by configuration managers include working with custom applications and software to ensure builds and deployments are completed smoothly. This involves working with multiple departments and often requires testing with both legacy and modern systems simultaneously. If any issues are found, they must be reported and fixes must be requested. Although individuals in this position often work in small teams, there is individual accountability for ensuring accuracy and proper preparation.
Work hours for configuration manager positions typically include regular business hours, but overtime for some projects may be necessary. Aside from tasks such as light lifting or long hours on computers, this job has few physical requirements and sources of risk or hazard. Work is typically done in an indoor environment, although some travel may be necessary depending on the company’s needs. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Identify, organize, and control software and hardware configuration changes.
- Identify and coordinate processes for version management, system build, backup and recovery, archiving, and change management.
- Support and facilitate auditing and reporting.
- Oversee baseline configurations for applications, software, and hardware assets.
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