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Average Salary For Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization at Columbia University

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Updated: 19 Sep 2014
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Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization at Columbia University Average Salary (?
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$36,177 - $67,458
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MEDIAN: $49,070
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Compare Employers: Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization at Columbia University

Columbia University Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Sponsors for Educational Opportunity
Compensation
Salary
$37,094 - $67,706
$43,362 - $80,575
$34,769 - $52,349
Bonus
$89.87 - $2,602
not applicable
not applicable
Total Pay
$36,177 - $67,458
$41,481 - $84,787
$33,171 - $53,465
     
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Vacation Weeks 3.3 Weeks 3.5 Weeks 3.5 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
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2 reporting
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1 reporting
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Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
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1-4
Popular Perks Tuition reimbursement, Paid holidays & vacation, 403(b) unavailable unavailable

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