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Salary Guide for Technology and Business – FY2017/18 – Q1

Salary Guide for technology and business roles in Australia.

The M&T Resources Salary Guide is regularly updated based on the most recent placements that we have made.

Our Salary Guide details contract and permanent rates for a wide range of roles based on the types of positions we recruit for including:

  • Project Management Office (e.g. Project Managers, Program Directors, Change Manager)
  • Development (e.g. Business Analysts, Programmers, Architecture, Java Developers, iOS Developers, Android Developers, Release Managers)
  • Management (e.g. CIO, CTO, IT Managers, Help Desk Manager)
  • Digital & Design (e.g. CX Consultants, UX Designers, Digital Producers, Content Manager, SEO Consultants, Customer Acquisition, Web Developers).
  • Information & Data Management (e.g. Business Intelligence Consultant, Data Scientist, Customer Insights Manager, Database Developer)
  • Infrastructure (e.g. System Administrator, Network Engineers, Security Specialist, Infrastructure Architect)

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About this Salary Guide

  • The salary guides detailed in this document are provided by M&T Resources as a resource for our clients and candidates.
  • The rates featured should be considered interpretive and a guideline only.
  • Data has been compiled based on job offers completed in the past quarter, in the technical verticals and locations in which we operate.
  • In roles where no salary rate has been defined, this indicates that we do not currently have a large enough sample of data to provide a reliable average.
  • The top lines are contract rates, while the bottom lines are permanent salaries.
  • All permanent salaries listed are base salaries only and do not include superannuation, bonus, commissions or other benefits.
  • All contractor rates listed are the ‘Rate to the Contractor’. They include superannuation but do not include management fees, bonus, commissions or any other benefits or fees.

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