University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia - Management Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 1,104 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: May 23, 2020
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
3 salaries reported
$63,936 per year
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
12 salaries reported
$52,715 per year
$25,000
$130,000
6 salaries reported
$52,091 per year
$25,000
$130,000
4 salaries reported
$65,609 per year
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
9 salaries reported
$57,325 per year
$25,000
$130,000
6 salaries reported
$46,258 per year
$25,000
$130,000
3 salaries reported
$48,189 per year
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
28 salaries reported
$88,535 per year
$25,000
$130,000
11 salaries reported
$65,629 per year
$25,000
$130,000
3 salaries reported
$81,825 per year
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
$48,554 per year
$25,000
$130,000
5 salaries reported
$65,902 per year
$25,000
$130,000
7 salaries reported
$16.91 per hour
$12.50
$65.00
4 salaries reported
$51,443 per year
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
9 salaries reported
$65,819 per year
$25,000
$130,000
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What people say about working at University of British Columbia

  • Remote

    5.0
    Good. Nice supervisor. Schedule is flexible people are friendly work environment is nice Develop good programming skills quiz response need to spend time on learning and improving yourself
    Graduate Research Assistant to Dr. Michael Brauer (Current Employee)
    Vancouver, BC - 2 June 2020
  • Great place to work

    5.0
    Work 12 hours a day four days on four days off. You get decent adequate pay but still below a liveable standard. You get a lot of time off. You need to take an interest in your job, be a self-starter, take pride in your work. Look for a need and then...
    Patrolman (Current Employee)
    On campus - all over - 13 May 2020
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