Project Administrator

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Median Average:
$40,000
Project Administrator in United States median base salary $40,000/yr. Information is based on 60 Project Administrator jobs advertised between September 2020 and April 2021.
How much do Project Administrator earn in United States? The average salary of Project Administrator is $40,000 in United States
$40,000 /yr
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Average $40,000
Range $40K - $50K
Last updated May 14 2021
The average pay range for Project Administrator is between $40K and $50K. Salaries vary from a low of $30K up to $60K per year. The average number of Project Administrator roles advertised per month is 8 in United States between September 2020 and April 2021.
What are the most common skills required to be a Project Administrator? The most common skills required for a Project Administrator are:
Administration Administration Accounting Administration Administration Administrative Accounting Administration Administrative Architecture Accountability Accounting Administration Administrative Audit Budgeting Accountability Accounting Administration Administrative Analytics Architectural Architecture Art Audit AWS Bilingual Billing Bookings Budgets
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These skills are most commonly found in Project Administrator job advertisements and position descriptions.

Last updated April 30 2021
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Administrative Assistants roles in United States?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Administrative Assistants roles. See what salaries they paid for Administrative Assistants in United States. See how they compare to the average Administrative Assistants salary of $40,000.
University of Kentucky
Louisville (100%)
26

$37K-$48K

($2,800)

$37K-$48K
($2,800)
State of Maryland
Baltimore (100%)
19

$44K-$60K

($12,500)

$44K-$60K
($12,500)
University of Utah
Salt Lake City (100%)
19

$27K-$32K

(($9,834))

$27K-$32K
(($9,834))
US Department of the Army
Boston (47%), Los Angeles (29%), Nashville (24%)
17

$44K-$58K

($11,250)

$44K-$58K
($11,250)
State of New Mexico
Albuquerque (100%)
16

$26K-$46K

(($3,834))

$26K-$46K
(($3,834))
Last Updated July 29 2020
How many years does it take to become a Project Administrator?
Most candidates undertake an average of 6 years Administration & Office Support prior to being appointed as a Project Administrator.
Average Administration & Office Support required to become a Project Administrator
Last updated May 11 2021
Most candidates have on average 7 years working experience prior to becoming a Project Administrator.
Average Administration & Office Support required to become a Project Administrator
Last updated May 11 2021
Where are Project Administrator in United States sourced from?
Project Administrator are sourced from
these companies
AECOM
CBRE
Cushman & Wakefield
Datacom Systems
Kings College
Project Administrator are sourced in United States are most likely to be sourced from these schools
MCI Institute of Technology
Professional Skills Institute
Villanova University
DeVry University
San Jose State University
Last updated May 15 2021
Where are most Project Administrator roles located in United States?
Boston 4 / 7%
San Francisco 4 / 7%
Chicago 3 / 5%
Portland 3 / 5%
Tampa 3 / 5%
Last updated May 07 2021
Which locations in United States pay the most for Project Administrator?
Miami ($85K)
Anchorage ($75K)
Los Angeles ($60K)
Denver ($55K)
San Francisco ($47K)
Last updated May 07 2021