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CSIRO - Chemical Engineering Salaries in Australia

Salary estimated from 90 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 6 August 2020
Chemical Engineering
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
14 salaries reported
$95,730 per year
10 salaries reported
$69,387 per year
5 salaries reported
$117,802 per year
11 salaries reported
$100,921 per year
4 salaries reported
$88,330 per year
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12 salaries reported
$89,292 per year
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How much does CSIRO - Chemical Engineering in Australia pay?
The average CSIRO salary ranges from approximately $69,387 per year for Emissions Engineer to $117,802 per year for Materials Engineer.
Salary information comes from 90 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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What people say about working at CSIRO
  • 4.0
    Productive R&D lab where I felt great working in, amazing colleagues and great multicural environment
    Great place to work in, with a good balance job/life and very skilled and kind researchers. Amazing research application fields with decent salary, even for interns. Definitely a place I recommend to work in.
    Design and Development Engineer (Former Employee)
    Melbourne VIC - 7 November 2019
  • 4.0
    Great institution
    CSIRO is proper example of what a scientific institution should be. Sadly, it cannot compete in salaries with the institutions from the private sector ,reason why they loose continuously qualified man power.
    Research Scientist (Former Employee)
    Perth WA - 1 November 2015