Salary Structure

The salary ranges highlighted below are used as a guide in determining individual salaries. Each applicant’s educational and work experiences contribute to the actual salary determination.

Clerical/Technical Positions (Grades 21–26)

New employees will typically be offered hourly starting salaries between the minimum and midpoint of the range.

Professional Librarian Positions (Salary Grades 41–43)

The starting salaries for these positions are governed by a collective bargaining agreement.

Information Systems & Technology Positions (Grades 51-–60)

Annual starting salaries are based on a number of factors, including but not limited to, education, experience, and other requirements of the specific position. Boston University recognizes that today’s market for information systems and technology specialists is very competitive. Therefore, to recruit the most talented individuals, the University maintains a competitive policy toward starting salaries for these positions. We encourage all applicants to contact us directly to discuss not only salaries but also all the benefits of a career with Boston University Information Systems & Technology.

Professional/Administrative Positions (Grades 71–82)

New employees are generally offered annual starting salaries between the minimum and midpoint of the range. Starting salaries are based on a number of factors that include but are not limited to education, experience, and other requirements of the specific position.