Nearing the top of the pay scale are Women's Health Nurse Practitioners, Vice President (VP), Fundraisings, Director of Revenue Cycle Managements, and Human Resources Directors; while the first receives the highest median pay at approximately $95K annually, the other salaries come in at $89K, $80K, and about $68K, respectively. Executive Assistants are among the lowest paid at a median salary of around $35K.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($102K per year) can be spotted in Los Angeles, Calif.; Salt Lake City, Utah ($89K), Sarasota, Fla. (about $70K), and New York, N.Y. (around $66K) are the next top-paying cities. Approaching the lower end of the pay scale (at approximately $46K) is Philadelphia, Pa. By state, Planned Parenthood pays its California employees the most; the pay rate there is $96K annually.
Years of Experience
Survey participants who have worked at Planned Parenthood for between five and 10 years earn $56K per year on average. Those with one to four years of experience at the company can expect to make about $46K annually on average. Broken down by tenure, the largest share of Planned Parenthood employees (32 percent) have 10-19 years of experience and earn $83K per year on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Monetary compensation comes to approximately $108K annually for Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners, far surpassing the earnings of non-credentialed workers. Family Nurse Practitioners also rank high on the pay scale, with expected average earnings of $84K per year. Planned Parenthood provides the highest financial reward to those with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) — these employees rake in $80K annually.
Employees who count Grant Writing among their skills enjoy higher pay; the median for this group is around $92K per year. Project Management is considered a run-of-the-mill skill; around one in six of Planned Parenthood's people use it regularly. Key skills also include People Management, Operations Management, and Budget Management.
Benefits and Perks
Paid time off is scarce, with only about one in three workers receiving paid vacation and around one in five workers receiving sick leave. Employees looking to save up for old age can choose from several options including a 401(k) plan and a 403(b) plan. A large number of workers receive health insurance, and a fair number of survey participants get dental coverage. Additional benefits of working here are a subsidized cell phone, life insurance, and flexible hours.