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New Media Centers 2001 Salary Survey. David Herrington Manager, Academic Technology Services Princeton University May 25, 2001. Art Institute of Boston Bradley University Brown University California State University, Chico Johns Hopkins University Lafayette College

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New media centers 2001 salary survey

New Media Centers 2001 Salary Survey

David Herrington

Manager, Academic Technology Services

Princeton University

May 25, 2001


Participating schools

Art Institute of Boston

Bradley University

Brown University

California State University, Chico

Johns Hopkins University

Lafayette College

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mount Holyoke College

New York University

Ohio State University

Princeton University

Santa Fe Community College

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Participating Schools


Participating schools cont d

Terra Community College

University of California, Davis

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

University of New Mexico

University of North Dakota, Grand Forks

University of Rochester

University of St. Thomas

University of Texas at Austin

Virginia Tech

Participating Schools (cont’d)


Participating schools1

Participating Schools


Positions reported

Positions Reported


Regional cost of living adjustment

Regional Cost of Living Adjustment

  • Why?

    • A $40K job in New York pays less than a $40K job in Lincoln Nebraska.

    • Statistics less meaningful if not performed.

  • How?

    • Using the “Salary Wizard” at salary.com

    • Benchmark job: Internet and New Media Content Specialist


Cola calculation

COLA Calculation

  • For each region participating in survey, look up the annual salary of "Internet and New Media" occupation "Content Specialist" on salary.com. Call this test salary TS.

  • Calculate the multiplier M to convert to Columbus dollars as follows: M = 44180 / TS.

  • All salaries converted to Columbus dollars prior to statistical calculations.

  • To convert salary averages and ranges back to regional dollars, multiply by 1/M.


Areas with higher cost of living than columbus ohio

Areas with higher cost of living than Columbus Ohio


Areas with lower cost of living than columbus ohio

Areas with lower cost of living than Columbus Ohio


Statistics in a nutshell

Statistics in a Nutshell

  • Numeric Mean

    • Commonly known as “average”

    • Mean of [1,3,4,9,20] is (1+3+4+9+20) / 5 = 7.4

  • Median

    • Middle value if odd number of values

    • Average of two middle values if even number

    • Median of [1,3,4,9,20] is 4

  • Mode

    • Most common value


Statistics in a nutshell1

Normal Distribution

± 1 SD - 68%

± 2 SD - 95%

± 3 SD - 99%

Statistics in a Nutshell

Mean

68%


Statistics in a nutshell2

Sample mean 1

Sample mean 2

Statistics in a Nutshell

  • Mean of sample may not equal population mean


Statistics in a nutshell3

Confidence interval estimate of population mean

95% certain population mean is within confidence interval

Sample mean 1

Population mean

Statistics in a Nutshell


And now the survey results

And now, the survey results…


Consultant specialist

Digital Audio-Visual Staff

Digital Media Specialist

Educational Technology Center Consultant

Educational Technology Center Consultant

Graphics Research Specialist

Graphics Research Specialist

Information Technology Consultant

Information Technology Consultant

Instructional Support Assistant

Instructional Technologist

Instructional Technology Consultant

Instructional Technology Consultant

Instructional Technology Consultant

Media Production Specialist III

Multimedia Specialist

NMC Operations Assistant

Senior Technologist

Senior Technologist

Senior Technologist

Sr. Graphics Research Specialist

Systems Specialist

Consultant / Specialist


Consultant specialist1

Consultant/Specialist

  • Degree

0=none; 1=Assoc; 2=Bachelor; 3=Masters; 4=Doctorate


Consultant specialist2

Consultant/Specialist

  • Full-time staff

(“-” means zero in above.)


Consultant specialist3

Consultant/Specialist

  • Part-time staff


Consultant specialist4

Consultant/Specialist

  • Adjusted salary


Coordinator

Coordinator

  • Coordinator of Course Management Systems

  • Coordinator of Educational Catalyst Center

  • Faculty Coordinator

  • Instructional Tech Project Man / NMC Coordinator

  • Instructional Technology Coordinator

  • Multimedia Developer / Lab Coordinator

  • Online Operations Coordinator


Coordinator1

Coordinator

  • Degree

0=none; 1=Assoc; 2=Bachelor; 3=Masters; 4=Doctorate


Coordinator2

Coordinator

  • Full-time staff

(“-” means zero in above.)


Coordinator3

Coordinator

  • Part-time staff


Coordinator4

Coordinator

  • Adjusted Salary


Manager

Academic Computing Lab Manager

Computer Facilities Manager

Director, NMC

Educational Technology Center Lab Manager

Facilities Director

Manager of Educational Technology Center (New Media Center)

Manager, Academic Technology Services

Media Production Specialist

Multimedia Lab Manager

Multimedia Lab Manager

NMC Manager

Operations Manager, Distributed Learning Technology

Manager


Manager1

Manager

  • Degree

0=none; 1=Assoc; 2=Bachelor; 3=Masters; 4=Doctorate


Manager2

Manager

  • Full-time staff

(“-” means zero in above.)


Manager3

Manager

  • Part-time staff


Manager4

Manager

  • Adjusted Salary


Director

Acting Director / Associate Professor

Associate Director

Associate Director

Associate Director, IET Mediaworks

Director

Director & Assistant Professor

Director, Center for Instructional Technologies

Director, CoLA New Media Center Director of Academic Computing / NMC Director

Director of Research

Director of the Multimedia Lab

Executive Producer

Instructional Aides Associate / Director of ETS

Manager, New Media and Extended Learning Group

Director


Director1

Director

  • Degree

0=none; 1=Assoc; 2=Bachelor; 3=Masters; 4=Doctorate


Director2

Director

  • Full-time staff


Director3

Director

  • Part-time staff


Director4

Director

  • Adjusted salary


Too few to quantify

Too few to quantify

  • Administrative Associate -2

  • Associate Professor

  • Graphic Artist

  • Interactivity Designer / Art Director

  • Instructional Designer

  • Instructional Designer

  • Media Technician

  • Systems Developer / Engineer


Summary

Summary


Problems with this survey

Problems with this survey

  • Sample size too small

    • 14 Directors

    • 12 Managers

    • 8 Coordinators

    • 22 Consultants / Specialists

  • Assignment of positions to above categories was arbitrary

    • (See notes on position pages)


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • NMC’s should work together to establish classifications and descriptions for common positions.

  • We should seek to know how people with the same skills are paid, outside of Education, so we can avoid losing good people because of salary issues.


This presentation and associated summary data is on the web at

This presentation and associated summary data is on the web at

http://www.princeton.edu/~daveh/nmcss2001


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