Business Administrator Job Profile and Description

A business administrator’s job is not an easy task for it is very complex in nature. The primary job of a business administrator is to lead, to control, operate and organize business activities. In short, the job of a business administrator can be referred to a general manager, operations manager and strategic manager.  Some cases, they are referred as CEO (Chief Executive Officer). Moreover, the business administrator is the over-all in charge of the company’s services and products.

Duties and Responsibilities

Here are some primary responsibilities of a business administrator:

  • Endorsing and covering new strategic sales research in order to attract more clients and retailers.
  • Promoting and distributing awards to their outstanding employees.
  • A business administrator’s responsibility is more on public relations and is also involve in after-sales service.
  • Closing and signing upcoming deals for the company.
  • Can generally operate the branch or branches of the company.
  • Show cleanliness and orderliness within the company.
  • More importantly, a business administrator must be attentive and punctual in managing and selling the company’s products.
  • Advertising sales and services and properly administering his/her staff.
  • Involves in recruiting, selecting and training different work force to sell and introduce new products.
  • Have motivational skills in handling existing staff members and assistants to motivate and give the needs of their employees.
  • A business administrator must be able to create or enhance new products for marketing purposes.
  • Should be familiar with their competitors and is always updated with the flows and downturns of the business economy. Therefore, he must be able to generate new products on increasing the company’s sales.
  • A business administrator examines the stock records, sales figures, determines problems analyzes and find solutions for these problems.
  • Setting up business forecast and budgeting system for new and previous stocks.
  • Sustain the company’s stocks in order to avoid financial loss due to overflowing of supplies.
  • Involve in overall promotional scheme that involves changing or replacing new uniforms for his/her staff in general preparations for the new season.
  • Approving and analyzing budget proposals for the company.
  • Provide enough benefits for their employees like holiday bonus, 13th month pay and other rewards.