Project Manager, Banking Salary
A Project Manager, Banking earns an average salary of $71,011 per year. Pay for this job rises steadily for more experienced workers, but goes down noticeably for the few employees with more than 20 years' experience.
|Salary||$49,198 - $113,399|
|Bonus||$1,250 - $19,774|
|Total Pay (||$51,303 - $128,421|
Job Description for Project Manager, Banking
Project managers in banking are tasked with developing various projects and ideas for a banking institution to help employees to better themselves and their ability to assist customers.Read More...
These project managers are typically responsible for developing and implementing credit project plans, as well as monitoring other project plans and objectives. They must not only ensure the well-being of projects and that they run smoothly, but also plan budgets, set quality standards, and schedule employees and procedures. Some may interview internal and external contractors to identify and analyze needs and ensure that deadlines are met in a timely manner, and they typically work with co-workers such as bankers and accountants. They work primarily in an office, but may also attend meetings on a regular basis.
An associate's degree in a banking- or business-related field or several years of experience in the industry are generally required for this position, and some employers may require a bachelor's or master's degree.
Project Manager, Banking Tasks
- Resolve any problems that arise during project, identify and mitigate potential risks or delays.
- Communicate project status to management and clients, and propose changes in project scope, timeline, or plans.
- Develop plans to carry out the project and address client needs.
- Manage the process of project development and ensure sure timeline and budget objectives are met.
Pay by Experience Level for Project Manager, Banking
Median of all compensation (including tips, bonus, and overtime) by years of experience.
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