Fraser Health Authority Salaries in British Columbia

Salary estimated from 5,670 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 24 months. Last updated: December 12, 2017
NursingAverage SalarySalary Distribution
1,370 salaries reported
$37.39 per hour
  • Most Reported
$18.80
$56.45
$37.10 per hour
$18.80
$56.45
235 salaries reported
$36.87 per hour
$18.80
$56.45
$36.98 per hour
$18.80
$56.45
138 salaries reported
$37.45 per hour
$18.80
$56.45
TherapyAverage SalarySalary Distribution
204 salaries reported
$35.47 per hour
  • Most Reported
$17.45
$52.50
112 salaries reported
$35.72 per hour
$17.45
$52.50
56 salaries reported
$34.70 per hour
$17.45
$52.50
26 salaries reported
$23.99 per hour
$17.45
$52.50
26 salaries reported
$35.89 per hour
$17.45
$52.50
PharmacyAverage SalarySalary Distribution
153 salaries reported
$45.11 per hour
  • Most Reported
$13.30
$67.70
129 salaries reported
$26.87 per hour
$13.30
$67.70
9 salaries reported
$50.05 per hour
$13.30
$67.70
26 salaries reported
$23.12 per hour
$13.30
$67.70
24 salaries reported
$43.56 per hour
$13.30
$67.70
Community & Social ServiceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
174 salaries reported
$35.16 per hour
  • Most Reported
$17.35
$54.25
52 salaries reported
$37.67 per hour
$17.35
$54.25
39 salaries reported
$36.61 per hour
$17.35
$54.25
30 salaries reported
$22.95 per hour
$17.35
$54.25
12 salaries reported
$32.14 per hour
$17.35
$54.25
Medical TechnicianAverage SalarySalary Distribution
59 salaries reported
$42.45 per hour
  • Most Reported
$16.75
$58.65
54 salaries reported
$31.00 per hour
$16.75
$58.65
47 salaries reported
$30.66 per hour
$16.75
$58.65
35 salaries reported
$30.76 per hour
$16.75
$58.65
26 salaries reported
$39.54 per hour
$16.75
$58.65
Claimed Profile

What people say about working at Fraser Health Authority

  • Provides learning opportunities

    The company provides ongoing learning opportunities for staff. Provides enough clinical support. Supplement employees with benefits. Assist employees with finding job in the event of displacement.
    Licensed Practical Nurse (Current Employee)
    New Westminster, BC - 7 December 2017
  • Flexibilty and growth oppurtunities but pay and benefits are poor

    As a leader in this organization, the pay is very poor and the health benefits also poor. If you want a good benefit plan do not become a leader in the organization stay within the union. The new provider of Employee Assistance is also poor. Whe...
    Management (Current Employee)
    Clinical area - 12 September 2017
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