b'FEATURED ARNTEICWLESSalary and conditions survey 2021This year our biennial Salary and Conditions survey attracted record interest, with well over 500 members contributing. With the high number of participants, the data analysis achieved greater validity and is already proving to be a valuable asset to both members and their institutions. T he survey also looked at the impact COVID-19 hasThe survey questions identified people by: location, type had on Advancement teams, budgets and salaries.and size of the institution, area of Advancement, their A full summary of the findings and a recording oflevel of experience and position, their length of service the webinar highlighting the key findings is shown on ourand qualifications while also obtaining data for those website:working part time.educateplus.edu.au/knowledgebank/salary-conditions- The following is a summary of key findings relating to survey/ these filters.Gender of our members: The results here are of some concern. The percentage of males working in Advancement roles has been steadily declining in every one of our previous surveys, with males now only filling 12% of roles.Total salary (with Superannuation or any other benefits) for the past six years showed mixed results and were as follows:Average total salary packageNSW/ACT NZ QLD SA/NT VIC/TAS WA2016 $115,675 $83,333 $103,333 $106,190 $105,379 $102,0232018 $114,130 $93,525 $101,449 $98,303 $114,889 $95,4262021 $122,387 $91,535 $110,026 $117,500 $109,931 $101,447NOVEMBER 2021 83'