Government Of Alberta Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 5,211 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: February 11, 2019
Administrative AssistanceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
64 salaries reported
$3,551 per month
  • Most Reported
$1,700
$6,900
38 salaries reported
$3,569 per month
$1,700
$6,900
6 salaries reported
$4,021 per month
$1,700
$6,900
9 salaries reported
$6,215 per month
$1,700
$6,900
6 salaries reported
$22.72 per hour
$10.20
$41.40
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
11 salaries reported
$73,680 per year
  • Most Reported
$34,000
$183,000
12 salaries reported
$8,867 per month
$2,833
$15,250
12 salaries reported
$114,444 per year
$34,000
$183,000
8 salaries reported
$86,923 per year
$34,000
$183,000
10 salaries reported
$87,726 per year
$34,000
$183,000
Community & Social ServiceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
69 salaries reported
$5,904 per month
  • Most Reported
$2,700
$8,900
14 salaries reported
$4,514 per month
$2,700
$8,900
9 salaries reported
$4,872 per month
$2,700
$8,900
7 salaries reported
$5,631 per month
$2,700
$8,900
8 salaries reported
$4,703 per month
$2,700
$8,900
LegalAverage SalarySalary Distribution
23 salaries reported
$75,303 per year
  • Most Reported
$27,000
$137,000
27 salaries reported
$4,312 per month
$2,250
$11,417
11 salaries reported
$82,955 per year
$27,000
$137,000
11 salaries reported
$77,431 per year
$27,000
$137,000
22 salaries reported
$7,450 per month
$2,250
$11,417
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
7 salaries reported
$78,948 per year
  • Most Reported
$39,000
$120,000
7 salaries reported
$77,468 per year
$39,000
$120,000
6 salaries reported
$73,533 per year
$39,000
$120,000
9 salaries reported
$81,053 per year
$39,000
$120,000
5 salaries reported
$75,296 per year
$39,000
$120,000
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What people say about working at Government Of Alberta

  • Great benefits

    5.0
    Worked in a few departments within Student Funding, great atmosphere, work environment and people. Good benefits but hard to move up on the ladder. Some departments had more micromanagement than others.
    Student Funding (Former Employee)
    Edmonton, AB - 15 February 2019
  • Productive and fun workplace

    5.0
    Fire season is definitely a highlight if you like working with complex situations, challenges, having to think outside the box, long hours and seasonal employees. We work hard but we also take time to enjoy the simple things: like getting to kn...
    Area Wildfire Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee)
    Slave Lake, AB - 4 February 2019
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