2007 NIRSA Salary Census Compiled by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association NIRSA National Center, Corvallis, Oregon

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1 2007 NIRSA Salary Census Compiled by the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association NIRSA National Center, Corvallis, Oregon 2007 Salary Census 2007 No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without prior written permission of the NIRSA Executive Director, Dr. Kent J. Blumenthal, CAE, CRSS The material contained in this manual contains reported data only to the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA). We hope it is of assistance for judging salaries in the recreational sports and fitness profession. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system now known or to be invented, without permission in writing from the publisher, except by a reviewer who wishes to quote brief passages in connection with a written review for inclusion in a magazine, newspaper, or broadcast. All rights reserved. NIRSA National Center 4185 SW Research Way Corvallis, OR tel , fax , web: nirsa.org Published by NIRSA, Corvallis, Oregon 0

2 2007 NIRSA Salary Census Table of Contents Acknowledgements... 2 Summary 5 Institutional Statistics 6 Summary of Total. 7 Director. 11 Senior Associate Director. 15 Associate Director. 19 Senior Program Director. 23 Aquatics. 27 Facilities 31 Fitness Informal Recreation.. 39 Instructional Programs.. 43 Intramural Sports.. 47 Marketing.. 51 Membership.. 55 Outdoor Recreation 59 Sport Clubs 63 Technology 67 Wellness 71 Other. 75 1

3 Acknowledgements The success of this study is directly attributed to the 292 institutions that responded: Allegheny College Alvernia College American University Angelo State University Appalachian State University Arizona State University Arizona State University- Polytechnic Campus Arizona State University- West Campus Arkansas State University Ashland University Ball State University Barry University Bellarmine University Benedictine University Berry College Binghamton University Bloomsburg University Boston University Briar Cliff University Bridgewater College Bridgewater State College Bryant University Butler University California Maritime Academy California State University, Chico California State University, Fresno California State University, San Bernardino Carleton College Cedarville University Central Michigan University Central Washington University Clayton State University Clemson University Cleveland State University Coastal Carolina University Colby-Sawyer College College of Charleston College of Southern Idaho College of Southern Maryland College of William and Mary Colorado College Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University Columbia College Columbus State Community College Cornell University Creighton University Cumberland County College Dalton State College Dartmouth College Daytona Beach Community College DePaul University Drake University Duke University East Carolina University East Tennessee State University Eastern Kentucky University Eastern Mennonite University Eckerd College Elon University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach Emory & Henry College Emporia State University Fairleigh Dickinson University Fairmont State University Ferris State University Florida Atlantic University Florida Gulf Coast University Florida Institute of Technology Florida International University Florida State University Fort Lewis College Georgetown University Georgia College & State University Georgia Southern University Georgia State University Gettysburg College Grambling State University Grand Valley State University Greensboro College Hampton University Hardin-Simmons University Humboldt State University Illinois State University Indiana State University Indiana University Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne Indiana University South Bend Iowa State University Ithaca College Jackson State University James Madison University Kansas State University Keene State College Kent State University Kettering University La Salle University Lawrence Tech University Lewis-Clark State College Long Beach City College Longwood University Louisiana State University in Shreveport Loyola College in Maryland 2

4 Loyola Marymount University Loyola University New Orleans Lycoming College Macalester College Marquette University McMurry University Mercer University Mesa State College Michigan State University Middle Tennessee State University Midwestern State University Midwestern University Millersville University Milwaukee School of Engineering Minnesota State University, Mankato Minnesota State University, Moorhead Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Mississippi State University Missouri Southern State University Missouri State University Monmouth University Montana State University Morehead State University Mount Royal College Mount St. Mary's College Mount St. Mary's University Murray State University New Mexico State University Niagara University Nicholls State University North Carolina State University North Dakota State University Northern Arizona University Northern Illinois University Northern Michigan University Northwest Missouri State University Northwood University Oakland University Oberlin College The Ohio State University Oklahoma Christian University Oklahoma City University Oklahoma State University Oregon State University Palmer College of Chiropractic Penn State Penn State Harrisburg Plymouth State University Princeton University Purdue University Quinnipiac University Rice University Richard Stockton College Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Rowan University Sacramento State Sacred Heart University Saint Louis University Saint Mary's College of California Saint Xavier University Sam Houston State University San Francisco State University San Juan College Santa Clara University Sonoma State University Southeast Missouri State University Southern Illinois University Carbondale Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Southern Methodist University Southwestern University Springfield College St. Ambrose University St. John's University St. Olaf College Stanford University Stephen F. Austin State University Stonehill College SUNY Brockport SUNY Cortland SUNY Oswego SUNY Plattsburgh SUNY Potsdam Syracuse University Tarleton State University Temple University Texas A & M University Texas A & M University - Kingsville Texas Christian University Texas Lutheran University Texas State University-San Marcos Texas Tech University The Citadel The College of New Jersey Tompkins-Cortland Community College Towson University Transylvania University Troy University Truman State University Tulane University Unity College University of Akron University of Alabama University of Arizona University of British Columbia University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis University of California, Irvine University of California, San Diego University of California, San Francisco University of Central Florida University of Cincinnati University of Connecticut University of Dubuque University of Florida 3

5 University of Georgia University of Houston University of Illinois at Chicago University of Illinois at Springfield University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Kansas University of Kentucky University of Maine at Machias University of Maryland, Baltimore University of Maryland, College Park University of Minnesota, Duluth University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Mississippi University of Missouri- Columbia University of Missouri Kansas City University of Nebraska- Lincoln University of Nevada, Reno University of Nevada, Las Vegas University of New Brunswick, Canada University of New Hampshire University of North Alabama University of North Carolina at Asheville University of North Carolina at Greensboro University of North Carolina Wilmington University of North Dakota University of North Texas University of Northern Colorado University of Notre Dame University of Oregon University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of South Carolina University of South Dakota University of South Florida University of Southern California University of Southern Mississippi University of St. Thomas University of Tennessee University of Tennessee at Martin University of Texas at Arlington University of Texas at Austin University of Texas at Dallas University of Texas at San Antonio University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston University of Texas-Pan American University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center University of Toledo University of Virginia University of West Alabama University of West Florida University of Wisconsin Oshkosh University of Wisconsin - La Crosse University of Wisconsin - Madison University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee University of Wisconsin - Stout University of Wisconsin - Superior University of Wisconsin- Whitewater University of Wyoming Valdosta State University Valparaiso University Vanderbilt University Villanova University Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Tech Wake Forest University Washburn University Washington State University Wayne State College Western Carolina University Western Kentucky University Western Michigan University Western Oregon University Western Washington University Wichita State University Wingate University 4

6 Summary The NIRSA Salary Census tracks and summarizes salaries in the recreational sports profession. The data collection process was carefully managed through the NIRSA National Center to ensure accuracy and confidentiality. The Salary Census includes data summaries of 17 job titles, with 2,025 salaries reported. This report is the most powerful collection of salary data within the recreational sports industry. The data included in this report is intended to provide a reasonable range for typical monetary compensation, earned by the typical person working in that professional position. Please note that earning expectations stated at the beginning of each position are displayed in a range. The minimum stated is the 25th percentile, which means 25% of salaries reported for a particular position fall below this level. The maximum stated is the 75th percentile, which means that 25% of salaries reported for that job fall above that amount. What if a salary is higher or lower than the range? Not all salaries will fit within the range. Many external indicators may affect salaries, including: of years in current position of years in recreational sports profession Institution size Region CRSS designation Supervisory type Level of supervisory responsibility Educational background This report includes summaries by position of the averages for the above factors, so you will be able to identify the reasons why a particular salary may vary outside of the typical range. Other factors affecting salaries may be: Institutional limitations through pay grades and scales Institutions pay lower base salaries, but higher benefits Greater/lesser job responsibilities Greater/lesser amount of time expected to fulfill job responsibilities Work performance Other Also, institutions human resource policies and procedures vary widely. If a position s current compensation is outside of the normal range, it may be possible that it is over- or under-paid; however, you should assess the other factors before seeking a salary adjustment. 5

7 Institutional Statistics Publicly and Privately Funded of Student Staff Public Institutions 67.8% (196) Average 170 Private Institutions 32.2% (93) Median 120 Total 100% (289) Max 1,510 of Professional Staff Overall Institution Size Average 6.5 Average 13,756 Median 5 Median 9,238 Max 32 Max 62,000 No. of Support Staff & Graduate Assistants Annual Operating Budget Average 6.1 Average $1.72 million Median 3 Median $750,000 Max 38 Max $38 million How have salaries changed over the last two years? 2005 Average 2007 Average % Change Director $61,547 $64, % Senior Associate $59,320 $58, % Associate $51,997 $55, % Senior Program Director N/A $46,277 Aquatics $37,702 $37, % Facilities $38,607 $40, % Fitness $36,239 $37, % Informal Recreation $36,698 $35, % Instructional Programs $39,060 $42, % Intramural Sports $35,356 $37, % Marketing $38,877 $40, % Membership N/A $36,858 Outdoor Recreation $36,081 $37, % Sport Clubs $37,454 $39, % Technology $40,036 $48, % Wellness $36,686 $37, % Other $35,377 $37, % 6

8 Summary of Overall Totals The typical recreational sports professional can expect to make between $34,000 at the 25 th percentile and $50,497 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for recreational sports professionals is $43,761. Profile of Recreational Sports Professionals - Summary Responded 2,003 Average Age Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Summary Institution Population 0 4,999 $37, ,000 9,999 $39, ,000 14,999 $41, ,000 19,999 $42, ,000 29,999 $45, ,000 + $48, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Summary Years in Current Position 0 4 $39,195 1, $46, $56, Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Summary With $59, Without $40,688 1,615 7

9 Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Summary Region I $44, II $40, III $45, IV $43, V $42, VI $47, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Summary of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $98, $77, $66, $50, $36, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $72, $68, $59, $51, $38,552 1,237 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $77, $76, $66, $44, $41,916 1,239 8

10 of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $78, $60, $58, $48, $44, $38, $41, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned. Degree No College Degree $35, Associate s Degree $31, Bachelor s Degree $37, Master s Degree $46,186 1,202 Post Master s Degree $60, Doctorate $60,

11 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Summary Disability Status Not Disabled $43,595 1,906 Disabled $41, Ethnic Background African American $40, Asian American $43, Biracial $41,325 6 Caucasian $44,177 1,682 Hispanic $43, Native American $50,801 3 Other $44, Gender Female $42, Male $45,047 1,104 Institution Setting Public $44,121 1,628 Private $42,

12 Summary of Totals Based on Position Directors Directors are responsible for the overall administration of the program, including intramural sports, sport clubs, information recreation, and outdoor recreation, etc. The typical director can expect to make between $49,000 at the 25 th percentile and $77,760 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for directors is $64,342. Profile of Directors Responded (13.1% of total) Average Age 45.9 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Directors Institution Population 0 4,999 $47, ,000 9,999 $54, ,000 14,999 $68, ,000 19,999 $72, ,000 29,999 $77, ,000 + $90, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Directors Years in Current Position 0 4 $56, $61, $73,

13 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Directors With $72, Without $57, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Directors Region I $63, II $61, III $70, IV $64, V $58, VI $70, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Directors of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $102, $84, $72, $57, $39, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $95, $84, $74, $63, $48,

14 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $86, $85, $78, $63, $60, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $95, $78, $71, $57, $56, $44, $65, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Directors Degree No College Degree ** 1 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $54, Master s Degree $62, Post Master s Degree $71, Doctorate $79,

15 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Directors Disability Status Not Disabled $64, Disabled $58,600 4 Ethnic Background African American $71, Asian American ** 2 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $64, Hispanic $56,063 5 Native American ** 0 Other $58,032 3 Gender Female $61, Male $65, Institution Setting Public $67, Private $57,

16 Senior Associate Director Senior Associate Directors share in the overall administration of the entire program with the recreational sports director, and rank above assistant director(s) and other associate director(s). The typical Senior Associate Director can expect to make between $44,000 at the 25 th percentile and $70,210 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for senior associate directors is $58,053. Profile of Senior Associate Directors Responded - 47 (2.3% of total) Average Age 42.2 Average of Years in Current Position 8.0 Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 16.0 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Senior Associate Institution Population 0 4,999 $32, ,000 9,999 $47, ,000 14,999 $52, ,000 19,999 $58, ,000 29,999 $63, ,000 + $68, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Senior Associate Years in Current Position 0 4 $50, $56, $66,

17 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Senior Associate With $66, Without $51, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Senior Associate Region I $55,986 4 II $57,919 9 III $54, IV $58, V $70,935 5 VI $57,750 4 Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Senior Associate of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** $77, $64, $59, $43, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** $70, $63, $56, $53,

18 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** $57, $57, $57, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $78, $61, $60, $64, $58, $44, $50,514 6 Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Senior Associate Degree No College Degree ** 0 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $57,863 6 Master s Degree $57, Post Master s Degree $62,912 4 Doctorate ** 2 17

19 Demographic Salary Comparisons Senior Associate Disability Status Not Disabled ** 44 Disabled ** 1 Ethnic Background African American ** 2 Asian American ** 1 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian ** 40 Hispanic ** 2 Native American ** 0 Other ** 1 Gender Female $59, Male $57, Institution Setting Public $60, Private $49,

20 Associate Director An Associate Director shares in the overall administration of the entire program with the recreational sports director, and ranks above any assistant director(s). The typical Associate Director can expect to make between $48,000 at the 25 th percentile and $66,130 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for Associate Directors is $55,931. Profile of Associate Directors Responded 139 (6.9% of total) Average Age 42.0 Average of Years in Current Position 6.7 Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 15.6 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Associate Director Institution Population 0 4,999 $40, ,000 9,999 $45, ,000 14,999 $46, ,000 19,999 $50, ,000 29,999 $55, ,000 + $67, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Associate Director Years in Current Position 0 4 $53, $56, $59,

21 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Associate Director With $61, Without $53, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Associate Director Region I $53, II $50, III $60, IV $51, V $57, VI $63, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Associate Director of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions $74, $59, $55, $42, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $51, $67, $66, $57, $47,

22 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** $52, $53, $55, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $64, $62, $60, $56, $51, $52, $56, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Associate Director Degree No College Degree ** 1 Associate s Degree ** 1 Bachelor s Degree $51, Master s Degree $55, Post Master s Degree ** 2 Doctorate $69,

23 Demographic Salary Comparisons Associate Director Disability Status Not Disabled ** 130 Disabled ** 0 Ethnic Background African American $44,861 4 Asian American $62,616 4 Biracial ** 2 Caucasian $56, Hispanic $51,104 5 Native American ** 1 Other ** 0 Gender Female $56, Male $55, Institution Setting Public $57, Private $43,

24 Senior Program Director A senior program director shares in the administration of programs, and ranks above other program director(s), i.e., aquatics, intramurals, marketing, etc. The typical Senior Program Director can expect to make between $37,000 at the 25 th percentile and $55,416 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for Senior Program Directors is $46,277. Profile of Senior Program Directors Responded 62 (3.1% of total) Average Age 38.1 Average of Years in Current Position 4.5 Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 9.8 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Senior Program Director Institution Population 0 4,999 $36, ,000 9,999 $41, ,000 14,999 $41, ,000 19,999 $44, ,000 29,999 $51, ,000 + $52, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Senior Program Director Years in Current Position 0 4 $42, $52, $51,

25 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Senior Program Director With $48, Without $45, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Senior Program Director Region I $46,969 8 II $43, III $51, IV $40,506 5 V $25,973 3 VI $49, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Senior Program Director of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** $59, $48, $38, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** $47, $45, $46,

26 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** ** ** $47, $45, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $50, $50, $48, $48, $49, $42, $47,313 8 Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Senior Program Director Degree No College Degree ** 0 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $45, Master s Degree $46, Post Master s Degree $45,984 3 Doctorate ** 1 25

27 Demographic Salary Comparisons Senior Program Director Disability Status Not Disabled ** 62 Disabled ** 0 Ethnic Background African American ** 1 Asian American ** 1 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $47, Hispanic $39,180 5 Native American ** 0 Other ** 2 Gender Female $47, Male $45, Institution Setting Public $47, Private $41,

28 Aquatics Aquatics professionals are responsible for the administration of recreational programs and activities associated with swimming pools and/or marinas. The typical Aquatics professional can expect to make between $33,000 at the 25 th percentile and $43,000 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for aquatics professionals is $37,786. Profile of Aquatics Professionals Responded 115 (5.7% of total) Average Age 34.5 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 7.0 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Aquatics Institution Population 0 4,999 $28, ,000 9,999 $34, ,000 14,999 $36, ,000 19,999 $34, ,000 29,999 $39, ,000 + $41, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Aquatics Years in Current Position 0 4 $35, $42, $42,

29 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Aquatics With $40,632 8 Without $37, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Aquatics Region I $41, II $36, III $41, IV $36, V $31,563 8 VI $37, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Aquatics of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $43, $35, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $41, $36,

30 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $38, $36, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** $47, $42, $42, $36, $27,335 8 Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Aquatics Degree No College Degree $33,691 3 Associate s Degree ** 1 Bachelor s Degree $36, Master s Degree $39, Post Master s Degree ** 1 Doctorate $39,

31 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Aquatics Disability Status Not Disabled ** 111 Disabled ** 2 Ethnic Background African American $35,650 6 Asian American ** 0 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $37, Hispanic $39,700 3 Native American ** 0 Other ** 1 Gender Female $37, Male $38, Institution Setting Public $38, Private $35,

32 Facilities Facility professionals are responsible for any of a number of facilities administered by the department, including indoor and outdoor, etc. The typical Facilities professional can expect to make between $33,000 at the 25 th percentile and $45,054 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for facilities professionals is $40,034. Profile of Facilities Professionals Responded 233 (11.6% of total) Average Age 35.9 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 7.7 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Facilities Institution Population 0 4,999 $34, ,000 9,999 $35, ,000 14,999 $40, ,000 19,999 $39, ,000 29,999 $40, ,000 + $43, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Facilities Years in Current Position 0 4 $37, $43, $45,

33 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Facilities With $50, Without $38, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Facilities Region I $46, II $36, III $41, IV $38, V $37, VI $41, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Facilities of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** $65, $47, $36, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ $45, $44, $44, $45, $37,

34 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $40, $40, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** $54, ** $46, $40, $37, $39, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Facilities Degree No College Degree $37, Associate s Degree $32,420 4 Bachelor s Degree $36, Master s Degree $41, Post Master s Degree $50,408 3 Doctorate ** 2 33

35 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Facilities Disability Status Not Disabled ** 222 Disabled ** 2 Ethnic Background African American $36, Asian American $43,829 9 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $40, Hispanic $38,695 4 Native American ** 0 Other ** 1 Gender Female $39, Male $39, Institution Setting Public $40, Private $39,

36 Fitness Fitness professionals are responsible for programming that encourages development of physical fitness. The typical fitness professional can expect to make between $33,000 at the 25 th percentile and $42,000 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for fitness professionals is $37,520. Profile of Fitness Professionals Responded 203 (10.1% of total) Average Age 32.3 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 5.6 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Fitness Institution Population 0 4,999 $35, ,000 9,999 $35, ,000 14,999 $36, ,000 19,999 $38, ,000 29,999 $38, ,000 + $39, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Fitness Years in Current Position 0 4 $35, $40, $47,

37 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Fitness With $50,538 7 Without $37, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Fitness Region I $38, II $36, III $37, IV $36, V $37, VI $41, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Fitness of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** ** ** $42, $36, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** ** ** $43, $36,

38 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $37, $37, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** $39, $39, $37, $34, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Fitness Degree No College Degree $33,641 3 Associate s Degree $34,663 4 Bachelor s Degree $34, Master s Degree $38, Post Master s Degree ** 2 Doctorate $39,

39 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Fitness Disability Status Not Disabled ** 191 Disabled ** 2 Ethnic Background African American $37, Asian American $34,714 5 Biracial ** 1 Caucasian $37, Hispanic $36,532 4 Native American ** 0 Other $38,000 3 Gender Female $37, Male $38, Institution Setting Public $37, Private $37,

40 Informal Recreation Informal Recreation professions are responsible for the administration of leisure programs for the campus community (free-time, family recreation, and cultural activities). The typical informal recreation professional can expect to make between $31,083 at the 25 th percentile and $41,500 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for informal recreation professionals is $35,505. Profile of Informal Recreation Professionals Responded 39 (1.9% of total) Average Age 31.6 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 5.2 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Informal Recreation Institution Population 0 4,999 $36, ,000 9,999 $32, ,000 14,999 $37, ,000 19,999 ** 2 20,000 29,999 $35, ,000 + $39,243 9 Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Informal Recreation Years in Current Position 0 4 $34, $40, ** 0 39

41 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Informal Recreation With $39,708 3 Without $35, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Informal Recreation Region I $33,737 8 II $37,962 4 III $41,948 7 IV $33,713 9 V $34,581 7 VI $26,167 2 Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Informal Recreation of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $45, $32, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** ** 2 0 ** 32 40

42 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $39, $33, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** $42, $35, $32, $34,500 5 Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Informal Recreation Degree No College Degree ** 0 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $31, Master s Degree $38, Post Master s Degree ** 1 Doctorate ** 1 41

43 Demographic Salary Comparisons Informal Recreation Disability Status Not Disabled ** 38 Disabled ** 1 Ethnic Background African American $41,906 6 Asian American ** 0 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $34, Hispanic ** 1 Native American ** 0 Other ** 0 Gender Female $36, Male $34, Institution Setting Public $35, Private $34,

44 Instructional Programs Professionals in Instructional Programs are responsible for the administration of noncredit instructional programs. The typical instructional programs professional can expect to make between $37,000 at the 25 th percentile and $47,232 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for instructional programs professionals is $42,920. Profile of Instructional Programs Professionals Responded 42 (2.1% of total) Average Age 37.6 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 10.5 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Instructional Programs Institution Population 0 4,999 ** 0 5,000 9,999 $41, ,000 14,999 $42, ,000 19,999 $36, ,000 29,999 $44, ,000 + $43, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Instructional Programs Years in Current Position 0 4 $39, $44, $48,

45 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Instructional Programs With ** 1 Without ** 35 Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Instructional Programs Region I $39,053 7 II $43,537 4 III $45,550 7 IV $40,058 4 V $47,703 3 VI $43, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Instructional Programs of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $47, $41, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $49, $42,

46 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $48, $42, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** ** $48, $41, $44, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Instructional Programs Degree No College Degree ** 1 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $41, Master s Degree $44, Post Master s Degree ** 0 Doctorate $43,

47 Demographic Salary Comparisons Instructional Programs Disability Status Not Disabled ** 37 Disabled ** 0 Ethnic Background African American ** 1 Asian American ** 1 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian ** 38 Hispanic ** 2 Native American ** 0 Other ** 0 Gender Female $43, Male $41, Institution Setting Public $42, Private $42,

48 Intramural Sports Intramural Sports professionals are responsible for the administration of structured contests, tournaments, and leagues within the institutional setting. The typical intramural sports professional can expect to make between $32,885 at the 25 th percentile and $41,500 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for intramural sports professionals is $37,637. Profile of Intramural Sports Professionals Responded 213 (10.6% of total) Average Age 31.7 Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Intramural Sports Institution Population 0 4,999 $35, ,000 9,999 $34, ,000 14,999 $36, ,000 19,999 $36, ,000 29,999 $41, ,000 + $40, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Intramural Sports Years in Current Position 0 4 $34, $39, $52,

49 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Intramural Sports With $42, Without $36, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Intramural Sports Region I $39, II $33, III $38, IV $37, V $38, VI $42, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Intramural Sports of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $45, $36, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions 16+ ** ** $39, $43, $36, ** Indicates insufficient information 48

50 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $37, $36, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ $43, $39, $41, $38, $38, $36, $37, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Intramural Sports Degree No College Degree ** 2 Associate s Degree ** 1 Bachelor s Degree $35, Master s Degree $38, Post Master s Degree ** 2 Doctorate ** 1 49

51 Demographic Salary Comparisons Intramural Sports Disability Status Not Disabled ** 204 Disabled ** 1 Ethnic Background African American $40, Asian American $40,454 6 Biracial ** 2 Caucasian $37, Hispanic $39,281 9 Native American ** 0 Other $43,924 4 Gender Female $36, Male $37, Institution Setting Public $38, Private $36,

52 Marketing Marketing professionals are responsible for the administration of promotional activities and departmental marketing. The typical marketing professional can expect to make between $34,240 at the 25 th percentile and $48,151 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for marketing professionals is $40,827. Profile of Marketing Professionals Responded 61 (3.0% of total) Average Age Average of Years in Current Position 4.4 Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Marketing Institution Population 0 4,999 ** 1 5,000 9,999 $37, ,000 14,999 $37, ,000 19,999 $40, ,000 29,999 $40, ,000 + $44, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Marketing Years in Current Position 0 4 $37, $45, $54,

53 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Marketing With $50,683 4 Without $40, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Marketing Region I $38,845 5 II $37, III $45, IV $39, V $37,072 5 VI $44, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Marketing of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $50, $39, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $44, $40,

54 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $43, $40, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** ** ** $39, $40, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Marketing Degree No College Degree ** 2 Associate s Degree ** 2 Bachelor s Degree $37, Master s Degree $44, Post Master s Degree ** 0 Doctorate ** 0 53

55 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Marketing Disability Status Not Disabled ** 59 Disabled ** 0 Ethnic Background African American $41,122 3 Asian American ** 2 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $41, Hispanic ** 2 Native American ** 0 Other ** 0 Gender Female $40, Male $43, Institution Setting Public $41, Private $32,

56 Membership Membership professionals are responsible for the administration of membership programs. The typical membership professional can expect to make between $30,527 at the 25 th percentile and $42,800 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for membership professionals is $36,858. Profile of Membership Professionals Responded 56 (2.8% of total) Average Age 38.1 Average of Years in Current Position 4.8 Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession 7.1 Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Membership Institution Population 0 4,999 $32, ,000 9,999 $33, ,000 14,999 $38, ,000 19,999 $35, ,000 29,999 $37, ,000 + $37, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Membership Years in Current Position 0 4 $35, $39, $35,

57 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Membership With ** 2 Without ** 53 Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Membership Region I $38,793 9 II $33,707 8 III $37, IV $37, V $39,825 3 VI $35,121 9 Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Membership of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $45, $34, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $43, $33,

58 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $38, $36, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** $40, $45, $39, $32, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned - Membership Degree No College Degree $33, Associate s Degree $26,963 5 Bachelor s Degree $35, Master s Degree $44, Post Master s Degree ** 1 Doctorate ** 0 Post-Doctoral ** 0 57

59 Demographic Salary Comparisons - Membership Disability Status Not Disabled ** 55 Disabled ** 0 Ethnic Background African American $35,919 7 Asian American $33,802 4 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $37, Hispanic $37,247 4 Native American ** 1 Other ** 0 Gender Female $36, Male $38, Institution Setting Public $36, Private $41,

60 Outdoor Recreation Outdoor recreation professionals are responsible for the administration of nonacademic outdoor recreational programming. The typical outdoor recreation professional can expect to make between $33,100 at the 25 th percentile and $42,000 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for outdoor recreation professionals is $37,268. Profile of Outdoor Recreation Professionals Responded 122 (6.1% of total) Average Age Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Outdoor Recreation Institution Population 0 4,999 $29, ,000 9,999 $34, ,000 14,999 $36, ,000 19,999 $35, ,000 29,999 $38, ,000 + $41, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Outdoor Recreation Years in Current Position 0 4 $35, $38, $44,

61 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Outdoor Recreation With $40,349 3 Without $37, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Outdoor Recreation Region I $38, II $35, III $36, IV $38, V $35, VI $39, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Outdoor Recreation of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $43, $35, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $35, $37,

62 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $37, $36, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** ** $44, $36, $36, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Outdoor Recreation Degree No College Degree $44,442 3 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $34, Master s Degree $38, Post Master s Degree ** 1 Doctorate ** 0 Post-Doctoral ** 0 61

63 Demographic Salary Comparisons Outdoor Recreation Disability Status Not Disabled ** 115 Disabled ** 2 Ethnic Background African American ** 0 Asian American ** 2 Biracial ** 1 Caucasian ** 114 Hispanic ** 2 Native American ** 0 Other ** 0 Gender Female $36, Male $37, Institution Setting Public $37, Private $36,

64 Sport Clubs Sport Club professionals are responsible for the administration of recognized student organizations that may provide instruction, recreation, and/or competition in specific sport activities. The typical sport club professional can expect to make between $34,000 at the 25 th percentile and $45,800 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for sport club professionals is $39,422. Profile of Sport Clubs Professionals Responded 78 (3.9% of total) Average Age Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size Sport Clubs Institution Population 0 4,999 ** 2 5,000 9,999 $38, ,000 14,999 $39, ,000 19,999 $35, ,000 29,999 $40, ,000 + $39, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position Sport Clubs Years in Current Position 0 4 $36, $42, $48,

65 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status Sport Clubs With $43, Without $38, Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region Sport Clubs Region I $39, II $38, III $41,052 6 IV $38, V $37,745 6 VI $41, Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type Sport Clubs of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $46, $36, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $43, $37,

66 of graduate assistants this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $40, $38, of student employees (all job types) this position supervises overall. Positions 301+ ** ** ** $41, ** $40, $38, Salary Comparison Based on Highest Degree Earned Sport Clubs Degree No College Degree ** 0 Associate s Degree ** 0 Bachelor s Degree $39, Master s Degree $39, Post Master s Degree ** 0 Doctorate ** 0 65

67 Demographic Salary Comparisons Sport Clubs Disability Status Not Disabled ** 73 Disabled ** 1 Ethnic Background African American $39,440 5 Asian American ** 0 Biracial ** 0 Caucasian $39, Hispanic ** 1 Native American ** 0 Other ** 0 Gender Female $38, Male $40, Institution Setting Public $39, Private $41,

68 Technology Technology professionals are responsible for the administration of technology support, systems, and related activities (computers, etc.). The typical technology professional can expect to make between $42,000 at the 25 th percentile and $55,100 at the 75 th percentile. The national average salary for technology professionals is $48,623. Profile of Technology Professionals Responded 31 (1.5% of total) Average Age Average of Years in Current Position Average of Years in Recreational Sports Profession Comparison of Salary Based on Institution Size - Technology Institution Population 0 4,999 ** 0 5,000 9,999 ** 2 10,000 14,999 $38, ,000 19,999 ** 2 20,000 29,999 $47, ,000 + $53, Comparison of Salary Based on Years in Current Position - Technology Years in Current Position 0 4 $45, $57, ** 2 67

69 Comparison of Salary Based on CRSS Status - Technology With ** 2 Without ** 26 Comparison of Salary Based on NIRSA Region - Technology Region I ** 2 II $45,705 4 III $47,717 5 IV $49,414 6 V $45,250 5 VI $49,112 9 Comparison of Salary Based on Supervisory Type - Technology of full-time professional employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** $59, $44, of full-time clerical, technical, and/or maintenance employees this position supervises overall. Positions ** ** ** 1 0 ** 25 68

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