Chief Administrative Officer Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Chief Administrative Officer in United States

The average salary of a(n) Chief Administrative Officer in United States is $282,098.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Chief Administrative Officer in United States is $135.62.

The average bonus of a(n) Chief Administrative Officer in United States is $99,694.00.

Job Description:

Directs, plans, develops, and establishes policies and objectives of functions in accordance with objectives of organization. Heads multifunctional support divisions or departments, such as, but not limited to, administration, data communications, facilities management, human resources services, insurance, office services, purchasing, security, etc. Confers with organization officials to plan business objectives, to develop organizational policies and to coordinate functions. Provides support and assistance to other functions and operating units of the organization. Interprets company policy to employees and enforces company policy and practices. Develops human resource management policy and programs that contribute to the acquisition, retention, motivation, and development of company employees capable of meeting current and future organizational needs and objectives. Provides physical working environment that provides a positive, productive climate for operations through maintenance, planning, and general building services. Ensures efficiency of internal non-electronic data processing (EDP) management systems through improved organizational structure, continued surveillance, work methods programs, and establishing performance standards. Provides non-EDP equipment and supplies that effectively meet operational requirements with a minimum expenditure. Counsels management on strategic planning and organization design processes, combined with recommendations and insights that contribute to overall plan strategic management and corporate direction. May guide the company's formal strategic planning effort. May provide general legal counsel to management, with a minimum use of external counsel. Less

Directs, plans, develops, and establishes policies and objectives of functions in accordance with objectives of organization. Heads multifunctional support divisions or departments, such as, but not limited to, administration, data communications, facilities management, human resources services, insurance, office services, purchasing,... More

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