Earning around $225K annually on average, Associate Vice President (AVP), Facilitiess receive the most money, followed by Registered Nurses ($78K), Occupational Therapists ($69K), and Administrative Managers (about $65K). Near the bottom at North Shore - Lij Health System are Executive Assistants, pulling in an average of just approximately $57K.
Years of Experience
Survey participants who have worked at North Shore - Lij Health System for between five and 10 years earn $65K per year on average. The largest slice of the North Shore - Lij Health System workforce (31 percent) has been working for one to four years and earns, on average, $61K annually.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck (about $80K per year) can be spotted in New York, N.Y.; Bay Shore, N.Y. (approximately $80K), Nassau, N.Y. ($73K), and Manhasset, N.Y. ($68K) are the next top-paying cities. Westbury, N.Y. is near the bottom for pay at around $61K.
Certifications and Degrees
Board Certified Primary Cares earn $175K annually, far more than their non-accredited counterparts. Project Management Professionals with credentials can live quite comfortably; median salaries come in at $112K per year. North Shore - Lij Health System provides the highest financial reward to those with a Master of Business Administration (MBA), Finance — these employees rake in approximately $275K annually.
The best-paying skill to have in this role appears to be Operations Management; employees who claim this ability report median compensation of about $80K per year. Microsoft Excel also popped up often in the survey as an important skill; a little less than a fifth of employees surveyed report using it at work. Other skills in demand are Project Management, Data Analysis, and Financial Analysis.
Benefits and Perks
One in six employees — the minority — enjoy both paid vacation and paid sick time. North Shore - Lij Health System workers get plenty of help saving for their golden years, with retirement savings options such as a 403(b) plan and a 401(k) plan. Most respondents have health insurance, and benefits for a fair number of respondents also include dental insurance. Privileges also include tuition reimbursement, a subsidized cell phone, and life insurance.