While money may not be every candidate’s primary motivation, it remains one of the greatest drivers of attraction. An understanding of the highest-paying roles can help to shape your budget and drive a successful recruitment strategy.
Based on new data from SEEK, here are the 20 roles that will demand the biggest pay packets.
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|2||Business Unit Director||$175,000||Healthcare & Medical|
|3||Java Algorithmic Trading Developer||$175,000||Information & Communication Technology|
|5||Head of Project Management Office||$173,636||Information & Communication Technology|
|6||Underground Manager||$173,095||Mining, Resources & Energy|
|7||Mobile Maintenance Supervisor||$168,333||Mining, Resources & Energy|
|8||Security Solutions Architect||$166,000||Information & Communication Technology|
|10||Technology Director||$165,000||Information & Communication Technology|
|11||Exploration Manager||$164,583||Mining, Resources & Energy|
|12||Mine Manager||$164,500||Mining, Resources & Energy|
|13||Head of Financial Planning||$164,333||Accounting|
|14||Head of Practice||$164,166||Legal|
|15||Head of Software Development||$164,166||Information & Communication Technology|
|16||Enterprise Sales Manager||$163,928||Information & Communication Technology|
|17||VP||$163,571||Banking & Financial Services|
|18||Health and Wellbeing Manager||$163,333||Human Resources & Recruitment|
|19||Commercial Contracts Manager||$162,500||Construction|
|20||Business Readiness Manager||$161,250||Consulting & Strategy|
Source: SEEK Salary Review, annual full-time salary averages by role type, 2011/12-2018/19, SEEK.
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