Teaching - Tertiary

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Median Average:
$112,529
Teaching - Tertiary in Australia median base salary $112,529/yr. Information is based on 1356 Teaching - Tertiary jobs advertised between May 2020 and May 2021.
How much do Teaching - Tertiary earn in Australia? The average salary of Teaching - Tertiary is $112,529 in Australia
$112,529 /yr
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Average $112,529
Range $112K - $112K
Last updated May 07 2021
The average pay range for Teaching - Tertiary is between $112K and $112K. Salaries vary from a low of $70K up to $180K per year. The average number of Teaching - Tertiary roles advertised per month is 13 in Australia between May 2020 and May 2021.
What are the most common skills required to be a Associate Professor? The most common skills required for a Associate Professor are:
Accreditation Art Accreditation Administration Art Consulting Accreditation Administration Art Accounting Administration Accounting Accreditation Administration Administrative Art Childcare Construction Accessibility Accreditation Administrative Analytics Art Athena Billing Building Cement Chinese Chiropractic Computing
See all 30 skills

These skills are most commonly found in Associate Professor job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated April 30 2021
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Teaching - Tertiary roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Teaching - Tertiary roles. See what salaries they paid for Teaching - Tertiary in Australia. See how they compare to the average Teaching - Tertiary salary of $112,529.
The University of Newcastle (UON)
Sydney (53%), Newcastle (47%)
609

$112K-$140K

($13,575)

$112K-$140K
($13,575)
The University of Queensland
Brisbane (100%)
414

$109K-$136K

($10,411)

$109K-$136K
($10,411)
Charles Darwin University
Darwin (100%)
330

$112K-$142K

($15,143)

$112K-$142K
($15,143)
CQ University
Brisbane (49%), Cairns (14%), Melbourne (12%), Adelaide (11%) +2 others
293

$129K-$195K

($49,941)

$129K-$195K
($49,941)
North Metropolitan TAFE
Perth (100%)
271

$79K-$98K

(($23,509))

$79K-$98K
(($23,509))
Last Updated May 07 2021
How many years does it take to become a Associate Professor?
Most candidates undertake an average of 12 years Education & Training prior to being appointed as a Associate Professor.
Average Education & Training required to become a Associate Professor
Last updated May 08 2021
Most candidates have on average 10 years working experience prior to becoming a Associate Professor.
Average Education & Training required to become a Associate Professor
Last updated May 08 2021
Where are Teaching - Tertiary in Australia sourced from?
Teaching - Tertiary are sourced from
these companies
La Trobe University
University of Queensland
Griffith University
James Cook University
RMIT University
Teaching - Tertiary are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
Monash University
TAFE
Macquarie University
Queensland University of Technology
RMIT University
Last updated May 12 2021
Where are most Associate Professor roles located in Australia?
Sydney 28 / 22%
Brisbane 23 / 18%
Melbourne 14 / 11%
Gold Coast 10 / 8%
Perth 10 / 8%
Last updated May 07 2021
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Associate Professor?
Darwin ($166K)
Adelaide ($161K)
Brisbane ($158K)
Melbourne ($158K)
Newcastle ($157K)
Last updated May 07 2021