Average Business Continuity Program Manager salaries for job postings in Louisville, KY are 21% lower than average Business Continuity Program Manager salaries for job postings nationwide. The table below looks at the statistics for the Business Continuity Manager role in IT jobs advertised across the UK. Business Continuity ManagerJobs Demand TrendThis chart provides the 3-month moving total of permanent IT jobs citing Business Continuity Manager in the job title within the UK as a proportion of the total demand within the Job Titles category. Business Continuity ManagerSalary TrendThis chart provides the 3-month moving average for salaries quoted in permanent IT jobs citing Business Continuity Manager within the UK. Business Continuity ManagerSalary HistogramThis chart provides a salary histogram for IT jobs citing Business Continuity Manager over the 3 months to 25 November 2015 within the UK. Business Continuity ManagerTop 17 Job LocationsThe table below looks at the demand and provides a guide to the average salaries quoted in IT jobs citing Business Continuity Manager within the UK over the 3 months to 25 November 2015. Business Continuity ManagerTop 30 Related IT SkillsFor the 6 months to 25 November 2015, IT jobs within the UK that cited Business Continuity Manager in their job title mentioned the following IT skills in order of popularity.
Business Continuity ManagerTop Related IT Skills by CategoryFor the 6 months to 25 November 2015, IT jobs within the UK that cited Business Continuity Manager in their job title mentioned the following IT skills grouped by category. Average Compliance Risk Assessment Program Manager salaries for job postings in Medford, MA are 25% higher than average Compliance Risk Assessment Program Manager salaries for job postings nationwide.
In this month's newsletter we review the current project management marketplace in terms of salaries and rates. Finally we bring news of the PPM Census 2012 which will be distributed to project management professionals nationwide in the next few weeks. SPECIAL NOTES: Tipoffs is now available in podcast form for all of our audio fans keen on learning the ins and outs on project management, programme management and recruitment in the PPM world.
Twelve months on from our last Salaries and Day Rates Review for Project Management Personnel we have the opportunity to dip back into the data collected as part of the Arras People registration process to see some up to-date information regarding salaries and day rates. The first line of data (blue) plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current salary of project management practitioners at the end of 2010. The second plot line (gold) shows the distribution of current salary of the candidates registering for project management roles, which we have been banded to allow comparison. The third plot line (red) shows the desired salary which the registering candidates indicated they would like to achieve in their next roles. The first line of data (blue) in Figure 3, above, plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current salary of programme management practitioners at the end of 2010.
The second plot line (gold) shows the distribution of current salary of the candidates registering for programme management roles, which we have been banded to allow comparison. As we can see in the graph above (Figure 4), the first line of data (blue) plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current day rate of programme management practitioners at the end of 2010. The desired salary plot (red) for PMO and Support practitioners shows latent demand for a salary increase at the support levels, whilst the PMO management level is consistent across the three plotted data series. In Figure 6 above, the first line of data (blue) plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current day rate of PMO and Support practitioners at the end of 2010. One of the most common questions we get from Programme and Project Management practitioners is with regards the value of taking accreditations in terms of securing a role.
If we look at this in terms of respondents who identified themselves as Project Managers we can see below the plots of salary and day rates for those with accreditation against those without. As a more specialist accreditation aimed at practitioners involved in programme management, the MSP® accreditation shows a distinctly different salary distribution when compared to the general PPM population.


So in conclusion, it would appear that for most Programme and Project Management practitioners the reality is that accreditations are not only becoming increasingly mandated when looking for a new role, but more importantly they are also rewarded with higher salaries and day rates. Arras People have launched the 2012 Project Management Benchmark Report and once again we need input from the PPM community. Whilst the content of the text is certainly comprehensive, the author also recognizes that busy project managers may want to dip into the book for specific guidance on aspects of the bid writing process. Arras People introduces the Higher Education Directory and delves into the largely unexplored, possibility-laden world of university courses and degree packages now on offer for project managers. Arras People wants project managers to continue their professional development - this edition of Tipoffs intends to show you how, and what tools are at your disposal. Through CISM, ISACA emphasizes on managing security strategies as well as assessing the policies and procedures that are used for information security in relation to the needs of the business. The graphs above showing salary distributions against the general PPM population and Project Managers both show a significant shift into higher levels of remuneration with the average salary moving by £10K.
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Above the £60K salary we have a pretty consistent picture which accounts for 10% of the project management practitioners in each of the plots. This is Cleden’s second book after Managing Project Uncertainty and he clearly draws upon his 25 years of working in public sector IT to provide this must read guide to conducting successful commercial bids. Those who’ve earned this certification have the knowhow and experience to efficiently develop and manage information security programs.
Included is a guide to the average salaries offered in IT jobs that have cited Business Continuity Manager in their job title over the 3 months to 25 November 2015 with a comparison to the same period in the previous 2 years. The figures indicate the number of jobs and their proportion against the total number of IT job ads sampled with Business Continuity Manager in their job title. The first line of data (blue) plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current day rate of project management practitioners at the end of 2010. The first line of data (blue) in Figure 5 above, plots the data collected for the 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report) mapping the current salary of PMO and Support practitioners at the end of 2010 and shows the breadth of remuneration in this group.
John Thorpe is the Managing Director of Arras People and blogs for Arras People at How to Manage a Camel. In the current market, many Project Managers have hit mandatory requirement that they have Prince2® which rightly or wrongly has achieved the de facto standard for many employers and recruiters in the UK market and we have written many times on this subject. As we can see in the two graphs above, the Prince2® accreditation does have a positive impact on the PPM practitioner distribution by salary across the whole and also when reviewed for just Project Managers.
For many Programme and Project Management practitioners in the UK, 2011 has been another challenging year, as predicted in last 2011 PMBR (Project Management Benchmark Report). I believe that adding value and proving your worth (or even a little more than your current worth!) is maybe more about being able to deliver under adversity, being creative and finding ways around the obstacles that as Project Managers we face in our day-to-day roles. Arras People looks at stakeholder management issues as they pertain to the project management community, serving as a watch dog for the 5W-How about the people most affected by the projects you manage.
Organizations seek CISM certified professionals for handling segments like IT security & infrastructure, security risk management, security policies and procedures, security testing and auditing, network security management, security intrusion detection and IT Management. This time last year we released salary data so thought it would be a good time to get an update on that and see what's been happening in 2011. In the Project Manager group the rate differential is not as marked today, but the data suggests that more junior PM’s have taken the APM accreditation which may push through to higher day rates over the coming years.


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The second plot line (gold) shows the distribution of current salary of the candidates registering for PMO and Support roles, which runs a close correlation to the PMBR data, recognising that the registration detail will also include those looking to enter this specialism at the support level. In terms of day rate, we can see in the two graphs below that the pattern is very similar for PPM Contractors across the whole community and also at the Project Manager level. One feature of 2011 which we are sure to hear more about in 2012 is the creation, management, attraction and retention of PPM Talent. If you would like to put a question to Steve or any of our other project management consultants, contact us and it could end up in a future edition of the Tipoffs Q&A.
As per the findings of the 2014 IT Skills and Salary survey conducted by Global Knowledge and Penton, CISM holds second position among the top 15 IT certifications for 2014.
If you want to be informed about the project management marketplace heading into 2012 we urge you to take part next month. Management of Value (MoV) has evolved from over 50 years of value engineering, to form the missing link in developing successful IT and Change Management projects. Interestingly, the plot of current salary for job seekers does not double peak as the PMBR data does, but instead builds to a peak around the £60K level of remuneration. Also, be sure to check out both our Project Management Careers Clinic and also the Project Management Careers Advice pages for more advice related to project management careers. So to give a different spin on the question we have taken a look back at the Arras People Project Management Benchmark data to see if there is any correlation between accreditation and remuneration in the PPM marketplace here in the UK. A method developed primarily within the manufacturing and construction sectors, MoV is a best practice standard from APMG to management across a broad spectrum of sectors.
In the case of salary we see a very similar picture to the whole PPM plot, whilst for day rates there is a much steeper curve with lack of accreditation seemingly no barrier to earning capability. Entry level positions will garner a salary at the lower end of the spectrum whereas candidates who have successfully handled complex projects and placed at a senior level can expect a significantly higher five figure salary, or one which may run into six figures. In terms of the Project Management practitioners, the accreditation does not have such a significant impact on day rate achieved.
The mid and higher level titles include Information Security Manager, Security Manager (IT) and Chief Information Security Officer. Information security is racing ahead of two of the most popular IT skills; project management and programming. This certification is accepted as a standard across the world for professionals in charge of IT security programs and many a times in the field of IT auditing and control.
The respondents identified as Project Managers who have attained this accreditation also show a higher remuneration level than their peer group.
It’s a great way to assist busy project management professionals as they cope with the many demands on their time. David Roberts from Arras People's Training Directory sponsor CUPE Projects offers insight into the relevancy of MoV to modern project management in a blog post for How to Manage a Camel. Among these qualifications, the most prominent is the Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) certification.



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