Bringing in the most money are Associate Directors of Non-Profit Organizations — their earnings average approximately $65K per year. Non-Profit Program Directors are a close second at $57K along with Marketing Managers ($48K) and Non-Profit Program Managers (about $48K). On the lower end are Non-Profit Organization Program Coordinators at around $35K on average.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($65K annually) can be spotted in Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, Ohio (about $45K), Reno, Nev. ($43K), and St. Louis, Mo. (around $43K) are the next top-paying cities. Dayton, Ohio is one of the lowest-paid cities, with earnings averaging $36K. The highest pay by state can be found in California, where salaries average out at $71K per year.
Years of Experience
Survey participants who have worked at Alzheimer's Association for between five and 10 years earn approximately $55K annually on average. Broken down by tenure, the largest share of Alzheimer's Association employees (41 percent) have one to four years of experience and earn around $42K per year on average.
Certifications and Degrees
Monetary compensation comes to $99K annually for Certified Public Accountants, far surpassing the earnings of non-credentialed workers. On average, salaries rise to about $58K per year for accredited Licensed Clinical Social Workers. Alzheimer's Association compensates Master of Science (MS)-holders the most at $78K annually.
The highest-paying skill in this position seems to be Training; individuals who report it as part of the repertoire have a median income of approximately $59K per year. A garden variety skill at Alzheimer's Association is Fundraising; just under a fifth of Alzheimer's Association's people use it regularly. Many workers are also familiar with Budget Management, Marketing Communications, and Event Planning.
Women make up the majority of employees who completed the questionnaire for a female-to-male ratio of more than 3 to 1.
Benefits and Perks
The company does pay out vacation and sick days, but these benefits are received by only one in four workers. Alzheimer's Association helps its workers sock away funds for retirement, offering plans such as a 401(k) plan and a 403(b) plan. A large number of employees report having health insurance, and a majority of respondents report having dental coverage. Additional benefits of working here are flexible hours, a casual working environment, and tuition reimbursement.