Average Mid-Career Senior Communications Specialist Salary in Boston, Massachusetts

$80,500
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The average salary for a Mid-Career Senior Communications Specialist in Boston, Massachusetts is $80,500.
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$58k
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$81k
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$96k
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MEDIAN $80,500
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$58k - $96k
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$61k - $100k

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Job Description for Senior Communications Specialist

Senior Communications Specialist Tasks
  • Coordinate the employee intranet page and video assignments across the division.
  • Design and deliver internal communication plans for driving education and awareness within the company.
  • Create and drive the internal social media strategy.
  • Track, monitor, and report on metrics for blogs, videos, and websites.

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Senior Communications Specialist
Communications Manager
Corporate Communications Manager
Sr. Marketing Specialist
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Somewhat common (8 - 20%)
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Popular Skills for Senior Communications Specialist

Skills that pay less than market rate include Media / Public Relations, Project Management and Corporate Communications.
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