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Salary snapshot: Marketing administrators

LONDON - Marketing administrators, whose job title might also be marketing clerk, typically report to the marketing or product manager.

Salary snapshot: Marketing administrators

A marketer at this level would be expected to carry out clerical duties including obtaining quotes for suppliers of marketing materials, scheduling meetings, updating customer databases, as well as create reports and would assist in the organisation of trade shows, promotions and staff travel.

With a basic salary of £19,000, according to data collected by the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Croner Reward, which supplies remuneration statistics to the industry, a marketer at this level might be studying for a CIM certificate in marketing and would typically have two or three years' experience. The best paid roles are in London, where marketers at this level can take home £20,400 a year; the worst-paid positions are in the Eastern counties with typical annual salary of £18,094.

Typically aged 28, more than three-quarters of marketing administrators are female.


Marketing administrators
 

Basic salary£19,000
Maximum potential bonus£1000
Average age28
Typical company carVauxhall Astra
% with company car1
Maximum list price allowed£9000
Employee pension rate3%

Source: CIM and Croner Reward, a Wolters Kluwer business