Simon Fraser University Salaries in Burnaby, BC

Salary estimated from 2,673 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 24 months. Last updated: February 15, 2018
Administrative AssistanceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
212 salaries reported
$20.98 per hour
  • Most Reported
$10.50
$31.55
119 salaries reported
$21.37 per hour
$10.50
$31.55
71 salaries reported
$22.56 per hour
$10.50
$31.55
55 salaries reported
$18.55 per hour
$10.50
$31.55
49 salaries reported
$20.00 per hour
$10.50
$31.55
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
135 salaries reported
$68,103 per year
  • Most Reported
$34,000
$131,000
80 salaries reported
$77,304 per year
$34,000
$131,000
74 salaries reported
$88,579 per year
$34,000
$131,000
9 salaries reported
$110,154 per year
$34,000
$131,000
9 salaries reported
$3,795 per month
$2,833
$10,917
Installation & MaintenanceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
150 salaries reported
$21.37 per hour
  • Most Reported
$10.90
$32.75
6 salaries reported
$21.52 per hour
$10.90
$32.75
4 salaries reported
$27.90 per hour
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3 salaries reported
$27.95 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
$80,600 per year
  • Most Reported
$37,000
$114,000
20 salaries reported
$68,745 per year
$37,000
$114,000
16 salaries reported
$62,845 per year
$37,000
$114,000
10 salaries reported
$72,722 per year
$37,000
$114,000
9 salaries reported
$85,138 per year
$37,000
$114,000
Human ResourcesAverage SalarySalary Distribution
45 salaries reported
$58,192 per year
  • Most Reported
$30,000
$99,000
15 salaries reported
$58,828 per year
$30,000
$99,000
11 salaries reported
$59,601 per year
$30,000
$99,000
8 salaries reported
$88,255 per year
$30,000
$99,000
5 salaries reported
$52,062 per year
$30,000
$99,000
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What people say about working at Simon Fraser University

  • Supportive staff, engaged students, low pay

    For the short time I have been there, staff has been supportive and the students have been highly engaged. This is all good. The pay is considerably below the value I provide, though.
    Instructor (Current Employee)
    Vancouver, BC - 18 November 2017
  • workstudy is the best thing you can do

    workstudy is an amazing program that every student needs to apply for. it benefits each student to do work in their program of study before getting into the real world. loved the experience.
    Archaeology Lab assistant (Former Employee)
    Burnaby, BC - 14 September 2017
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