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Victoria Police - Administrative Assistance Salaries in Melbourne City Centre, VIC

Salary estimated from 129 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 18 June 2020
Administrative Assistance
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
9 salaries reported
$58,385 per year
$34,000
$103,000
30 salaries reported
$56,423 per year
$34,000
$103,000
13 salaries reported
$57,914 per year
$34,000
$103,000
5 salaries reported
$85,759 per year
$34,000
$103,000
13 salaries reported
$74,457 per year
$34,000
$103,000
3 salaries reported
$55,779 per year
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19 salaries reported
$72,442 per year
$34,000
$103,000
$72,011 per year
$34,000
$103,000
13 salaries reported
$72,649 per year
$34,000
$103,000
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How much does Victoria Police - Administrative Assistance in Melbourne City Centre, VIC pay?
The average Victoria Police salary ranges from approximately $55,779 per year for Financial Administrator to $85,759 per year for Business Coordinator.
Salary information comes from 129 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 Victoria Police
  • 3.0
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    It is a dangerous and arduous occupation. Whilst salary and job security rate high a good organisation is ruined by it's management.
    Police Officer (Former Employee)
    Broadmeadows, VIC - 30 April 2014
  • 2.0
    You have no/little life. The job owns you. Your family suffers due to work commitments.
    Sure the pay is adequate but at a cost. The cost is to you and your family as The Police Force OWNS you and is a very demanding beast. You are also austricised from the general community which can effect your children as well.
    Police Officer (Sergeant) (Former Employee)
    Retired - 7 September 2019