IT Salary Levels: Staffers vs. Superstars

Monday Jan 31st 2011 by James Maguire
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A list of IT salaries for 50 job titles illustrates the difference between average pay levels and the paychecks of those in the top 25 percent.

If you’ve worked in IT for any length of time, you know that IT salary levels can vary wildly between staffers with the same job title. As in any industry, in the tech sector factors like experience, specialized knowledge, and overall talent can – and often do – dramatically affect paycheck size.

In short, the difference in salary levels between a star IT performer and a regular, reasonably talented professional can be hefty. As you’ll see on the following pages, those IT experts in the top 25 percent – the top quartile – command a far more robust paycheck than their average (but still highly competent) tech colleagues.

For instance, the mean salary for all data warehouse managers in 2011 is $61, 452. Compare that to the salary for the data warehouse managers in the top quartile: $90,897.

Or, take a look at managers of Internet systems. Their mean salary for 2011 is $79,671. In contrast, the “star” professionals in this position earn an impressive $114,051.

Surveying the entire industry, the average IT salary in 2011 (at mid-sized companies) is $77,873. Those pros in the top 25 percent bring home an average of $112,062.

The fortunate top 25 percent are not only more skilled than the average IT pro. In many cases they have more aggressively sought higher paying positions by job-hopping on a regular basis. (Of course job-hopping has been far tougher as the job market has languished.) Additionally, these high wage earners typically started their career at a younger age, in a better first job, and had a more prestigious degree to propel them.

Yet regardless of those factors, the real point is that IT salary levels are negotiable. As you peruse the following salary figures, realize that no matter what your current salary, you can boost it. With added experience, more skills – perhaps an IT certification – and some judicious job switching, your paycheck can rise accordingly. Good luck.

All IT salary data and job descriptions courtesy Janco Associates, a management consulting firm focusing on Management Information Systems.

Note: All IT salary levels reflect pay levels at medium-sized businesses, which typically pay less than large businesses but more than small businesses.

1) Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $162,303 // 2011: $163,106

Change: 0.49%

“Superstar” Benchmark Top 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $320,917 // 2011: $307,875

Change: -4.06%

IT Job Description:The Chief Information Officer (CIO) is accountable for directing the information and data integrity of the enterprise and its groups and for all Information Service functions of the enterprise, including all data centers, technical service centers, production- scheduling functions, help desks, communication networks (voice and data), computer program development, and computer systems operations.

2) VP - Security (CSO)

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $128,828 // 2011: $129,705

Change: 0.68%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $170,137 // 2011: $168,587

Change: -0.91%

IT Job Description:The Chief Security Officer (CSO) is responsible for overall direction of all security functions associated with Information Technology applications, communications (voice and data), and computing services within the enterprise. At the same time the CSO must be aware of the implications of legislated requirements that impact security for the enterprise. This includes but is not limited to Sarbanes Oxley Section 404 requirements.

3) VP - Consulting Services

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $135,766 // 2011: $136,429

Change: 0.49%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $199,859 // 2011: $213,804

Change: 6.98%

IT Job Description:The Vice President Consulting Services is accountable for directing the business and operational application of information and data in the enterprise and its groups including reviews of applications including computerized and manual systems; software acquisition, storage and retrieval approaches; and definition of the strategic direction of all information processing and communication systems and operations. He or she provides overall management and definition of all computer and communication business and operation activities within the enterprise.

4) Director - IT Planning

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $93,519 // 2011: $92,163

Change: -1.45%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $144,044 // 2011: $151,369

Change: 5.09%

IT Job Description:The Director IT Planning administers the preparation and reporting of the IS department’s seasonal and long range plans. Based on overall enterprise plans, the director proposes the basic IS philosophies and directions related to planning for and acquiring computer hardware and operating systems as well as application software systems. The director synchronizes individual IS department plans with overall department plans, and department plans with division goals and objectives.

5) Director - Production/Data Center

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $112,449 // 2011: $111,892

Change: -0.50%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $216,346 // 2011: $213,504

Change: -1.31%

IT Job Description: The Director - Production/Data Center is responsible for managing the intermediary communication and support between the user community and the technical and operational components of the data center including tracking the activities of the customer support group and insuring the availability, responsiveness, and effective utilization of the enterprise communication network. The director reports to the Vice President regarding the operation of the production services and the data center.

6) Director - Systems & Programming

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $131,639 // 2011: $133,282

Change: 1.25%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $244,555 // 2011: $246,452

Change: 0.78%

IT Job Description: The Director - Systems & Programming is responsible for overseeing the development of systems within Information Systems. This group is responsible for development of systems on both mainframes and PCs. System development includes configuration data, security, resource monitoring and reporting, and the development of specialized programs.

7) Manager - Computer Operations

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $81,051 // 2011: $80,214

Change: -1.03%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $194,740 // 2011: $132,083

Change: -32.17%

IT Job Description:The Manager - Computer Operations is responsible for overseeing the computer operations groups. These groups are responsible for data processing system management and data processing system programming. Data processing system management includes configuration, security, database monitoring and reporting, and the development of specialized programs.

8) Manager – Data Communications

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $66,492 // 2011: $66,995

Change: 0.76%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $75,616 // 2011: $75,673

Change: 0.08%

IT Job Description: The Manager - Data Communications is responsible for overseeing the network group within technical services. This group is responsible for all aspects of data communications within the enterprise including terminals, remote printers, local area networks, and communications with remote enterprise installations, network security, and the coordination of Voice and Data Communications, including microwave, TI, and ISDN communications.

9) Manager - Data Warehouse

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $60,188 // 2011: $61,452

Change: 2.10%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $89,474 // 2011: $90,897

Change: 1.59%

IT Job Description: The Manager - Data Warehouse is responsible for the efficient and effective operation of the Data Warehouse within the enterprise.

10) Manager - Internet Systems

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $82,013 // 2011: $79,671

Change: -2.86%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $115,160 // 2011: $114,051

Change: -0.96%

IT Job Description: The Manager – Internet Systems is responsible for overseeing the internet programming and system management group within technical services. This group is responsible for all Internet and Intranet systems, system management and HTML / Java programming in the enterprise’s computer environment.

11) Manager - Application Development

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $68,492 // 2011: $68,509

Change: 0.02%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $80,667 // 2011: $80,689

Change: 0.03%

IT Job Description: The Manager Application Development is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of business and technical systems support as well as data transmissions and retrievals from field controllers. The manager is responsible for the evaluation and implementation of standards and procedures which support the enterprise’s application infrastructure.

12) Manager - Network Services

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $83,823 // 2011: $86,048

Change: 2.65%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $138,066 // 2011: $149,963

Change: 8.62%

IT Job Description: The Manager - Network Services manages and supervises the operation of the voice and data communications networks and local on-line network. The areas of responsibility are network planning and management; local and remote network hardware installations, the operation of the network service desk, and data center security administration.

13) Manager - Quality Control

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $57,499 // 2011: $53,630

Change: -6.73%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $73,810 // 2011: $70,467

Change: -4.53%

IT Job Description: The Manager Quality Control is responsible for helping to establish and monitoring adherence to quality standards in the development of Information Technology. Quality includes both the qualitative and quantitative measures. This includes complying with all mandated requirements such as Sarbanes Oxley.

14) Manager - Security and Workstations

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $77,913 // 2011: $81,463

Change: 4.56%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $127,870 // 2011: $129,529

Change: 1.30%

IT Job Description: The Manager Security and Workstations is responsible for overseeing the overall coordination, control and maintenance access to the enterprise’s data resources and to insure compatibility and integration with enterprise strategies.

15) Manager - Voice and Data Communications

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $88,054 // 2011: $89,822

Change: 2.01%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $118,499 // 2011: $119,206

Change: 0.60%

IT Job Description: The Manager - Voice and Data Communications is responsible for overseeing voice and data communications and its implementation within technical services. This group is responsible for voice and data communications management and programming on telephone equipment and on the enterprise computer environment.

16) Data Entry Supervisor

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $44,079 // 2011: $44,515

Change: 0.99%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $55,234 // 2011: $55,266

Change: 0.06%

IT Job Description: The Data Entry Supervisor is responsible for the supervision and quality control of the data entry group, manages problem resolution regarding data and reports to the Manager Production Support.

17) Production Control Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $55,652 // 2011: $55,752

Change: 0.18%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $60,917 // 2011: $60,988

Change: 0.12%

IT Job Description: The Production Control Specialist is responsible for maintaining the nightly computer job schedules. This entails job setup, report distribution, and screening user requests. The Production Control Specialist reports to the Production Services Supervisor.

18) Project Manager - Applications

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $86,759 // 2011: $85,410

Change: -1.55%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $134,690 // 2011: $133,558

Change: -0.84%

IT Job Description: The Manager - Applications is responsible for the overall coordination, control and support of personal computers and enterprise wide applications including but is not limited to the evaluation, implementation and training of new products or services, comprehensive systems analysis, and progressive support methodologies for all assigned applications and all applications supported within the information center department.

19) Project Manager - Network Technical Services

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $68,647 // 2011: $69,075

Change: 0.62%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $114,008 // 2011: $114,447

Change: 0.39%

IT Job Description: The Project Manager - Network Technical Services is responsible for managing the technical communications network that supports active projects including but is not limited to developing plans and schedules, interfacing with vendors, training personnel, and providing “hands on” assistance wherever necessary.

20) Project Manager - Systems

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $91,570 // 2011: $90,849

Change: -0.79%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $138,167 // 2011: $140,643

Change: 1.79%

IT Job Description: The Project Manager - Systems defines computer systems requirements for the solution of difficult business problems, and formulates procedures for the resolution as well as develops implements and maintains major systems. The project manager may be assigned to lead a major systems development project, or to manage the on-going maintenance of a group of related systems.

21) Supervisor - Hardware Installations

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $53,899 // 2011: $53,619

Change: -0.52%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $78,914 // 2011: $78,910

Change: -0.01%

IT Job Description: The Supervisor - Hardware Installations coordinates the installation of all computers and communication equipment.

22) Supervisor - Microcomputer Support

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $63,826 // 2011: $61,471

Change: -3.69%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $77,966 // 2011: $76,907

Change: -1.36%

IT Job Description: The Supervisor - Microcomputer Support is responsible for the overall coordination, control and maintenance of personal computers within the enterprise to insure compatibility and integration with enterprise strategies. The supervisor reports to the Manager Microcomputer Technology.

23) Voice/Wireless Communications Manager

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $74,958 // 2011: $75,666

Change: 0.94%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $88,717 // 2011: $89,180

Change: 0.52%

IT Job Description: The Voice/Wireless Communications Manager is responsible for overseeing all aspects of voice and wireless communications within the enterprise including coordinating with the data communications group and managing the voice and wireless communications group within technical support.

24) Webmaster

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $64,647 // 2011: $63,667

Change: -1.52%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $142,077 // 2011: $141,656

Change: -0.30%

IT Job Description: The Webmaster oversees technical management of a World-Wide Web site, including integration of approved content, file management and site maintenance, data base management and coordination of the retrieval of pertinent information from the site to end-users, and archiving and record management. The Webmaster reports to the Web Analyst or Manager Network Services.

25) Computer Operator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $42,344 // 2011: $43,158

Change: 1.92%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $56,645 // 2011: $57,059

Change: 0.73%

IT Job Description: The Computer Operator is under direction of the Lead or Senior Operators. The Computer Operator is responsible for the accurate and timely processing of information in and through all computer systems. This involves the running of system utilities and programs as well as printing, quality control and media distribution.

26) Data Center Facility Administrator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $65,325 // 2011: $65,602

Change: 0.42%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $108,847 // 2011: $108,985

Change: 0.13%

IT Job Description: The Data Center Facility Administrator maintains accounting and inventory records of equipment, software licenses, software supplies and maintenance services purchases. The administrator processes the invoices for data processing’s purchases. The administrator also provides systems documentation library services and coordinates reporting on the data center’s performance. The administrator reports to the Director Data Processing.

27) Data Security Administrator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $65,553 // 2011: $65,663

Change: 0.17%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $88,786 // 2011: $88,964

Change: 0.20%

IT Job Description: The Data Security Administrator, under the direction of the Manager Network Services, assumes responsibility for data security including the planning, design and implementation of security measures which safeguard access to enterprise terminal files and data elements. The administrator provides rapid response to user community’s request for security assistance.

28) Database Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $75,622 // 2011: $77,169

Change: 2.05%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $134,173 // 2011: $134,773

Change: 0.45%

IT Job Description: The Database Specialist is responsible for providing technical and organizational leadership for the enterprise’s database environment including overseeing the development and organization of the databases, assessment, and implementation of new technologies, and providing Information Services with a long-term perspective on the relationship of database technology to the business opportunities facing the enterprise.

29) Disaster Recovery Coordinator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $72,167 // 2011: $71,626

Change: -0.75%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $108,548 // 2011: $108,556

Change: 0.01%

IT Job Description: The Coordinator Disaster Recovery is responsible for supervising the disaster recovery process and developing planning for the disaster recovery functions of IS. The coordinator is also responsible for long-range disaster recovery planning to provide the highest level of protection possible for the enterprise.

30) e-Commerce Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $60,164 // 2011: $61,017

Change: 1.42%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $89,737 // 2011: $90,268

Change: 0.59%

IT Job Description: The e-commerce specialist is responsible for the design, development, implementation, and operation of systems related to the Internet and public access to enterprise specific data. The specialist is versed in the implementation and operation of all data driven systems that use the Internet and have an e-commerce component.

31) Object Visual Programmer

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $72,608 // 2011: $73,644

Change: 1.43%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $83,922 // 2011: $88,471

Change: 5.42%

IT Job Description: The Object Visual Programmer has responsibility for assisting in the development, installation, modification and ongoing support of the object and visual based applications within the enterprise. Other areas of responsibility will include supporting the web based environments in order to maintain environmental continuity.

32) Internet Developer

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $72,123 // 2011: $73,116

Change: 1.38%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $89,532 // 2011: $95,444

Change: 6.60%

IT Job Description: The Internet Developer is responsible for the design, development, implementation, and operation of systems related to the Internet. The specialist is versed in the implementation and operation of types of HTML coding systems such as JAVA that deployed for general use on the Internet.

33) IT Planning Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $64,801 // 2011: $65,350

Change: 0.85%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $77,151 // 2011: $79,983

Change: 3.67%

IT Job Description: The IT Planning Analyst is responsible for assisting the IT Planning Director in business services software planning practices and procedures on the enterprise’s computer system including being responsible for developing and maintaining standard budgeting practices and planning procedures which insure practical and efficient business planning.

34) LAN Applications Support Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $53,851 // 2011: $55,395

Change: 2.87%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $94,083 // 2011: $94,726

Change: 0.68%

IT Job Description: The LAN Applications Support Analyst assists the manager of office automation configuring and maintaining the enterprise’s LAN environment. This includes implementation, configuration, coordination, control, maintenance, troubleshooting, security, usage monitoring, and the development of specialized procedures relating to the use of the LAN environment within the enterprise.

35) Network Control Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $63,676 // 2011: $63,724

Change: 0.08%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $83,752 // 2011: $83,958

Change: 0.03%

IT Job Description: The Network Control Analyst is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the enterprise communications networks. The analyst provides terminal and network equipment installation and relocation as required. The analyst maintains and updates network documentation and insures that data communications transmission procedures are executed properly and in a timely manner.

36) Network Services Administrator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $63,420 // 2011: $63,019

Change: -0.63%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $98,300 // 2011: $98,208

Change: -0.09%

IT Job Description: The Network Services Administrator assists the Manager Network Services in department administrative functions including writing network documentation and procedures manuals. The administrator maintains documentation which records progress on network projects. The Administrator reports to the Manager Network Services.

37) Network Technician

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $54,512 // 2011: $56,020

Change: 2.77%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $83,234 // 2011: $84,085

Change: 1.02%

IT Job Description: The Network Technician is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the enterprise data communications networks including installation and repair of terminals, modems, terminal servers, multiplexers, and leased line equipment.

38) Operations Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $59,897 // 2011: $61,915

Change: 3.37%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $80,297 // 2011: $84,888

Change: 5.72%

IT Job Description: The Operations Analyst is responsible for providing technical guidance for planning, directing and monitoring data processing operations. The Analyst analyzes proposed and actual projects in terms of equipment and personnel costs; plans and recommends machine modifications and additional equipment to increase the capacity of the system; monitors and allocates direct access storage device (DASD) space. The Analyst reports to the Senior Operations Analyst.

39) Personal Computer Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $49,432 // 2011: $50,881

Change: 2.93%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $68,173 // 2011: $70,608

Change: 3.57%

IT Job Description: The Personal Computer Specialist is responsible for the overall coordination, control and maintenance of Personal Computers within the enterprise to insure compatibility and integration with enterprise strategies.

40) Production Control Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $63,212 // 2011: $63,214

Change: 0.00%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $70,350 // 2011: $70,374

Change: 0.03%

IT Job Description: The Production Control Analyst’s principle responsibility is reviewing documentation for the operations production environment. The analyst maintains the enterprise computer job schedules, entailing job setup, report distribution, and screening user requests. The Production Control Analyst reports to the Senior Production Control Analyst and Production Services Supervisor.

41) Programmer/Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $71,256 // 2011: $74,055

Change: 3.93%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $132,094 // 2011: $141,439

Change: 7.07%

IT Job Description: The Programmer/Analyst develops procedures for the solution of well-defined, routine business problems. The Programmer/Analyst converts these procedures into applications and programs required for computer solutions.

42) Senior Network Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $79,795 // 2011: $82,619

Change: 3.54%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $153,830 // 2011: $155,257

Change: 0.93%

IT Job Description: The Senior Network Specialist is responsible for all aspects of network communications at the enterprise including terminals, local area networks, and communications with remote enterprise installations, problem solving, and vendor interfacing modem communications, technical training, and network security.

43) Software Engineer

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $85,436 // 2011: $86,701

Change: 1.48%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $150,348 // 2011: $156,562

Change: 4.13%

IT Job Description: The Software Engineer is responsible for the analysis of business, engineering and scientific problems and is charged with the documentation and development of well-defined methods, procedures and programs in the delivery of practical systems solutions.

44) Systems Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $73,376 // 2011: $72,653

Change: -0.99%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $108,244 // 2011: $102,208

Change: -5.58%

IT Job Description: The Systems Analyst devises and designs computer system requirements for the solution of moderately difficult business problems, or for segments of more complex problems, and formulates procedures for their solutions. The Systems Analyst plays a major role in the development and implementation of major systems.

45) Systems Programmer

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $68,309 // 2011: $68,860

Change: 0.81%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $93,363 // 2011: $92,692

Change: -0.72%

IT Job Description: The Systems Programmer installs, tests, maintains, documents, and provides technical support for systems software, as well as modify existing and create new systems software for specific enterprise needs. The Systems Programmer assists with the software product evaluation, and testing.

46) Systems Support Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $57,844 // 2011: $58,216

Change: 0.64%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $92,202 // 2011: $92,347

Change: 0.16%

IT Job Description: The Systems Support Specialist is responsible for assisting the Senior Systems Support Specialist in system management and system- programming projects related to the enterprise computers including system configuration, troubleshooting, security, resource monitoring, and the development of specialized programs.

47) IT Librarian

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $40,671 // 2011: $44,679

Change: 8.87%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $62,173 // 2011: $53,232

Change: -14.38%

IT Job Description: The Librarian is responsible for developing and maintaining a media library system including handling all electronic and magnetic media.

48) Technical Services Specialist

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $58,910 // 2011: $58,921

Change: 0.02%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $100,572 // 2011: $100,680

Change: -0.71%

IT Job Description: The Technical Services Specialist is responsible for all aspects of data communications within the enterprise including terminals, local area networks, and communications with remote installations, modem communications, and network security. The technical services specialist must be familiar with LAN topology and software including Ethernet, MSAU, servers, LAN bridges, and gateways.

49) Voice/Wireless Communications Coordinator

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $58,681 // 2011: $57,477

Change: -2.05%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $73,883 // 2011: $73,362

Change: -0.71%

IT Job Description: The Voice/Wireless Communications Coordinator is responsible for all enterprise voice and wireless communications within the enterprise including enterprise and warehouse communications incorporating vendor offerings, wireless devices, voice mail and voice communications systems.

50) Web Analyst

Current Mean Salary:

2010: $56,072 // 2011: $56,264

Change: -0.34%

“Superstar” Benchmark 4th Quartile Salary:

2010: $81,545 // 2011: $81,648

Change: 0.13%

IT Job Description: The Web Analyst oversees the operation of that part of the Wide-Area network (WAN) used for the enterprise’s connection to the Internet, as well as protocols and software used for Intranet communications. The areas of responsibility are network planning and management, WAN hardware installations, Internet security administration, and archiving and record management. The Web Analyst reports to the Manager Network Services.

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