Business System Administrator

Millinocket, Maine, United States Full-time

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Business Systems Administrator

Job Code: 0383 | Position number: 009000942

Salary Range: $45,094 - $61,235  Salary Spec: 04 Grade: 26

State of Maine generalized job description  


Job Description:

Baxter State Park seeks a Business Systems Administrator to 

  • Understand and enhance knowledge transfer systems and organizational information flow
  • Provide consultation and technical assistance on data workflow design, data collection methods, and analytical techniques in order to ensure data integrity and assist others with data workflows and designing studies.
  • Manage data workflows and perform analysis to support management and policy decision making
  • Marry appropriate software tools to administrative workflows to enhance efficiency 
  • Design, develop, and instruct employees on software tools and troubleshoot basic IT problems
  • Manage contracts with IT/software providers

Skills, abilities and knowledge relevant to this position include: 

Ability to collect and analyse data and data structures, ability to map and improve systems, strong verbal and written communication skills, a focus on continuous improvement, ability to instruct others on workflow improvement, data keeping and software usage, familiarity with Google Suite products and/or GIS a plus.

 Minimum Qualifications:

A six (6) year combination of education, training, and/or professional experience in project management, systems analysis, business analysis, program specialty, or related field.

 Baxter State Park, while independently funded, does share the same benefit packages as the State employee system  For this position, that includes health and dental contributions, contributions to Maine Public Employees Retirement System (19.92% of pay), and vacation, sick, and personal time which accrues at increasing rates with seniority in the state system.  

Baxter State Park is a 209,644 acre public trust located in north-central Maine and headquartered in Millinocket.  Governor Percival Baxter made it his life’s obsession to purchase these lands and donate them to the people of the State of Maine.  With this gift he left a governance structure unique from all other Maine state parks, a large endowment that allows the Park to operate independently from the State general fund, and several directives that describe how to manage the Park.  These include a focus on preserving the wildness of the Park above all else and providing opportunities “for those who love nature and who are willing to walk and make an effort to get close to nature”.  


Please submit a cover letter, supplemental questions and apply through this website.  If you experience trouble with this process, please email your application materials to  Accepting applications due by 11:59 pm on September 20, 2019.