Business Intelligence Administrator Salary
|Salary||$56,203 - $105,465|
|Bonus||$1,007 - $15,893|
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|$60,783 - $113,392|
Job Description for Business Intelligence Administrator
Business intelligence administrators are responsible for researching and organizing business intelligence data for their organizations, as well as administrating vital business information regarding infrastructure, systems design, software, and other equipment and verifying that servers, the "cloud," and other storage functions work as intended.Read More...
Business intelligence administrators are tasked with verifying that all local systems possess integrity and security according to data risk levels, and they typically use a personal computer to monitor and configure business applications, run scripts, and oversee the correct function of operating systems. They may help research ways to implement business intelligence data to increase productivity and often assist in company meetings to suggest new ways to reduce downtime, increase efficiency for connecting, and reduce end-user confusion. They may also develop new procedures to manage components and modify software to meet project requirements, as well as maintain and troubleshoot important tools and coordinate software updates.
These administrators may test new technology before launching more efficient programs and help migrate user data while keeping strict security measures, and they must always follow safety guidelines to protect user information and respect privacy rights. They typically work in an office environment and share critical project data with other administrators to reach objectives within given time-frames, and may also communicate with the information technology (IT) department on a regular basis to review intelligence needs, release patches, and write new code for performance measurement tools.
A bachelor's degree in business administration, finance, economics, or a related field is generally required for this position, and prior experience in the field may also be required. Business and leadership certifications are also beneficial. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
Business Intelligence Administrator Tasks
- Design, schedule and validate automated reporting systems.
- Maintain, patch and monitor performance of databases.
- Support database use, design and upgrades.
- Integrate, normalize and update data across sources.
- Analyze data, create visualizations and communicate findings.
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