Business Administration Manager

Design and direct corporate, financial, human resource, policy, planning, research and development programs and guidelines within organisations.

Business Administration Manager

Business Administration Manager

Roles and responsibilities

Business Administration Managers:

  • formulate and administer policy advice and strategic planning
  • establish and direct operational and administrative procedures
  • implement, monitor and evaluate budgetary and accounting strategies and policies
  • provide advice to senior managers and board members on strategic, policy and program and legislative issues
  • ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations and standards
  • control selection, training and performance of staff
  • represent the organisation in negotiations, and at conventions, seminars, public hearings and forums

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Business Administration Managers:

  • formulate and administer policy advice and strategic planning
  • establish and direct operational and administrative procedures
  • implement, monitor and evaluate budgetary and accounting strategies and policies
  • provide advice to senior managers and board members on strategic, policy and program and legislative issues
  • ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations and standards
  • control selection, training and performance of staff
  • represent the organisation in negotiations, and at conventions, seminars, public hearings and forums

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Undergraduate Courses To Become

Business Administration Manager

Postgraduate Courses To Become

Business Administration Manager

Postgraduate study is not necessarily required for this occupation, but may be helpful for career advancement.

Relevant postgraduate courses include: