Years of Experience
Those with one to four years of experience at the company can expect to make around $65K annually on average. For those who claim five to nine years of work experience, pay on average amounts to $77K per year. Broken down by tenure, the largest share of Ingersoll- Rand Company employees (27 percent) have 20 years or more of experience and earn $112K annually on average.
Change Agents rake in the most money, with average earnings of $104K per year; Operations Managers come in second with average earnings amounting to about $98K, while Manufacturing Engineers and Mechanical Engineers rank near the top as well (approximately $71K and around $71K, respectively). Ingersoll- Rand Company hands out some of the smallest paychecks to Commodity Specialists ($58K on average).
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck (approximately $98K annually) can be spotted in Charlotte, N.C.; Minneapolis, Minn. ($96K), Tyler, Texas ($81K), and La Crosse, Wisc. (about $76K) are the next top-paying cities. On the lower end is Lexington, Ky. at $58K. By state, Ingersoll- Rand Company employees make the most in Georgia, earning about $103K per year on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Those lacking certification bring in much lower salaries than Certified Professional Engineers, who make $127K annually. Bigger paychecks are awarded to Certified Six Sigma Black Belts with credentials; these people earn $115K per year on average. The best paid folks at Ingersoll- Rand Company have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), earning around $126K annually.
The highest-paying skill to have in this role seems to be Project Management; employees claiming this as part of the toolbox earn a median of approximately $86K per year. A garden variety skill at Ingersoll- Rand Company is Microsoft Excel; about a fifth of Ingersoll- Rand Company's people use it regularly. Microsoft Office, Data Analysis, and Engineering Design round out the set of key employee skills.
Benefits and Perks
Paid time off is scarce, with only about a quarter of survey participants receiving paid vacation and close to one-seventh of workers receiving sick leave. A large number of respondents participate in a 401(k) program. Health insurance comes as part of the deal for nearly all workers, and a large number of survey participants report receiving dental coverage as well. Some other perks are a subsidized cell phone, tuition reimbursement, life insurance, and a casual working environment.