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Topic Title: What is your job title?
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Created On: 11/05/2015 01:17 PM
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 11/05/2015 01:17 PM
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Artisan (200-499)

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The question is simple - For those who manage/develop Automate/BPA tasks, what is your job title?

I'm in the process of hiring someone and haven't had much luck with our current title/description so I will be refining it, but wanted to solicit feedback to see what we need to account for.

I.E. We need someone who has experience with Automate/BPA, or a willingness to learn.
Data Integration and Reporting experience is a must (Either via Automate/BPA, SSIS/SSRS or etc).
Database and Programming (.NET/PHP) experience would be a plus.

Does this sound like something you do? If so, what is your job title?

Additionally, if you don't mind sharing - What is the salary range I should be targeting?

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 11/06/2015 09:22 AM
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Leonard Amabile

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Hi Jeff,

I am moving this to the lounge section of the forums.


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 12/16/2015 10:48 AM
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My title is Batch Operations Development Engineer II. Our Batch Operations team manages all fo the perfieral stuff that is not directly part of the application we manage. NA falls in that catagory. I think your range depends on area of the country but I would say about 60k for a beginner and could go up to 70k for a some one familiar with one of the skills and about 80k for someone really experienced that you feel can take you past what you were thinking about.

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