Responsibilities of a SharePoint Administrator:
- Supports Intranet sites built on SharePoint 2013, 2016, 2019 and Office 365
- Monitor/troubleshoot SharePoint software for any glitches or problems
- Manages system security, system patching, and upgrades
- Deploys custom developed and third-party SharePoint solution packages
- Configures SharePoint services and settings
- Documents SharePoint configuration and architecture
- Manages site quotas and file size limits
- Reviews and monitoring usage reports
- Manages content databases and creating new ones as required
- Administers and maintains sites and sub-sites
- Manages security for sites and sub-sites
- Manages the site layout structure and content
- Provides SharePoint support to end-users
- Install and build SharePoint 2016, 2019 farm
- Troubleshoots issues promptly.
- Oversees activity pertaining to the maintenance of SharePoint.
- Analyses daily user activity on SharePoint.
- Maintains records of SharePoint updates, maintenance, and activity.
- Reports to company management with updates and information about SharePoint use.
- Provides technical support for SharePoint users.
- Addresses questions or concerns from business owners or directors regarding the function of the software.
- Keeps apprised of Microsoft updates to SharePoint software.
- Applies updates to the company’s edition of SharePoint as necessary.
- Maintains SharePoint firewalls and security.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Demonstrates specific knowledge of the function and makeup of Microsoft SharePoint.
- Is proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite and Windows Servers.
- Possesses strong problem-solving and analytical skills.
- Possesses knowledge of best practices for maintaining information security.
- Able to handle confidential and sensitive company information responsibly.
- Possesses the ability to think creatively to devise customization and uses for SharePoint.
- Exhibits knowledge of the software development industry.
- Communicates clearly and effectively.
- Works well with a team.
- Is able to translate technical jargon into layman’s terms for explanatory purposes.
- Demonstrates the ability to work and conduct research independently.
- Manages time efficiently and multi-task effectively.
- Able to think and work quickly to remedy system shutdowns or serious software problems.