University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia - Information Design & Documentation Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 412 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: June 18, 2020
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
3 salaries reported
$66,399 per year
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4 salaries reported
$69,431 per year
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20 salaries reported
$67,458 per year
$33,000
$106,000
4 salaries reported
$73,139 per year
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12 salaries reported
$61,024 per year
$33,000
$106,000
3 salaries reported
$83,775 per year
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$84,781 per year
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$49,960 per year
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$74,466 per year
$33,000
$106,000
5 salaries reported
$59,372 per year
$33,000
$106,000
$64,714 per year
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5 salaries reported
$80,832 per year
$33,000
$106,000
10 salaries reported
$55,367 per year
$33,000
$106,000
4 salaries reported
$69,206 per year
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8 salaries reported
$82,483 per year
$33,000
$106,000
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What people say about working at University of British Columbia

  • Great fit for students

    5.0
    The work environment at UBC is fairly good, especially if you are a student in need of part time work that fits around your schedule- not the other way around. Working for the university as a student means your employer will do almost anything to mak...
    Animator and Character Designer (Former Employee)
    Kelowna, BC - 9 July 2020
  • Productive

    4.0
    Always busy days. Learned more about time management. Business culture. Pot lucks with staff most enjoyable part. Commute was hardest part. Good managment.
    Administrative Assistant Coordinator (Former Employee)
    Vancouver, BC - 15 June 2020
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