Just curious what marketing folks out there think is an equitable salary for a special case of combining several roles into one job within an in-house marketing department. These roles include production of print, mail and email jobs + graphic design + coordination of all projects (trafficking)? The department serves 3 related companies, each having their own marketing communication specialist. This role would coordinate all creative services staff to complete jobs (trafficking) as well as handle all vendor relationships (sending jobs to print and mail house), plus provide graphic design for print and web. The experience level is 6 years as graphic designer and production plus bachelors degree, (Liberal arts but not fine arts or design).
Thank you very much for your interest and input.
A friend has recommended me for a position that's grade level 26 and another that is grade level 28. She knows what the pay range for those positions is in her field, but not for marketing communications jobs. The application asks the dreaded question "What salary do you require in this position?" and I don't want to put myself too high or too low.
The marketing communications market is nearly non-existent for a creative director, and I've applied all over the place, using networking connections as much as possible. I can't even get an interview. What's next - move to a South Seas island and live off of coconuts?
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I want to quit with my present job. I'm with this company for almost 4 months. Though I'm a Marketing Specialist in the company I'm working with, the nature of the job is more on Engineering and I'm not getting any relevant experience with it and reasonable salary. I'm considering working in a call center for the mean time before I take up an advance degree in Marketing Communication, hopefully by next year. I dont have any working experience aside from my present job. I'm still undecided whether to stay here for 3 more months so that I could put it on a record like in my resume.
I am currently working as a temp to perm "Marketing Specialist" for a $50 million supply chain management company with just over 70 employees. What I make right now is irrelevant to me, since it is the staffing firm who is paying me until the 4 month probationary period is over, then the company will hire me full time. The Vice President told me that after the 4 month period ends, they will hire me and restructure my salary based on competitive industry data.
I have gone through the detailed question and answer applications on PayScale.com and Salary.com, and also researched the positions on Glassdoor.com. Vault.com, and random online websites, which all come up with a salary of $52,251 (with an overall range of $34,021 to $68,264) based on the job, my responsibilities and skills.
I manage the marketing communications, strategy, and project management for all marketing initiatives for the company. I am also going to be establishing Media Relations, University Relations, and Community Relations divisions within the company, and expand them.
Also, I have a Master's degree, and roughly 6.5 years in marketing, social media, project management, and strategic decision making experience.
Based on this, do you think that $52,251 is an accurate amount (or too high or low?), and do you think that the range of $34,021 - $68,264 is also accurate (or too high or low?)'
For a marketing job.
Job: Marketing Communications Specialist
Education: Bachelor Science
I went to indeed.com and it says that the job pays $62K. I tried Salary.com, Careerbuilder and Monster and the website doesnt recognize the title. I dont want to go and ask for the amount on indeed when it may be too high of $. I just want to confirm the amount or have a decent range when I am called for an interview. Any suggestions?
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Credential in Special Education qualifying me as an Education Specialist. BA Degree in Speech Communication Theory with minor in Marketing Communication . Fourteen years of classroom experience.
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Any information/tips are appreciated!
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What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?