Compensation by complexity level according to selected breakdowns in Québec in 2016 – Systems and procedures analyst (205)

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Sector Weekly regular work hours Pay scales Annual salary Hourly salary Total compensation1

Minimum Normal Maximum



h $ $/h

All of Québec
Level 1 36,3 47 180 61 911 58 060 30,81 46,88
Level 2 36,5 59 153 80 406 74 592 39,28 58,22
Level 3 36,2 75 457 105 158 98 088 52,10 78,11
Public sector2
Level 1 35,4 44 324 56 060 53 410 28,86 46,47
Level 2 35,1 57 799 82 075 76 714 41,94 64,77
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector
Level 1 36,7 48 702 65 030 60 513 31,83 47,08
Level 2 37,3 60 018 79 321 73 437 37,84 54,99
Level 3 36,9 79 178 106 557 94 972 49,42 69,36
Private sector, unionized
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 x x x x x x
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector, non-unionized
Level 1 36,7 48 805 65 202 60 726 31,95 47,24
Level 2 37,4 60 081 79 079 73 238 37,63 54,29
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector, 200–499 employees
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 38,0 59 830 81 423 76 813 38,90 52,41
Level 3 x x x x x x
Private sector, 500 and more employees
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 37,2 60 027 79 224 73 130 37,74 55,24
Level 3 36,2 79 528 106 687 104 950 55,55 83,84
Manufacturing
Level 1 x x x x x x
Level 2 38,3 68 380 91 009 85 579 42,92 62,28
Level 3 37,2 84 580 109 028 95 209 49,26 68,39
  

1. For more information about the equation, see the chapter called "La méthodologie" in the report Rémunération des salariés. État et évolution comparés, 2016.
2. Comprises the Québec government (Québec civil service and the public education, health and social service networks) and the "other public" sector (municipal government [25 000 or more inhabitants], public enterprises of the three levels of government, universities and federal government employees in Québec)
  
Source: Québec survey on total compensation. 2016 Data collection.
 
February 27, 2017
     

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Summary of responsibilities

The Systems and procedures analyst supports management by providing analysis and advice on managerial and organizational methods, communication structures and the efficient use of resources within an organization; develops work tools with respect to methods and organization, and computerized information processing, and identifies the administrative processes and their underlying technology.

Education requirement

University degree in business (organizational systems option) or in business administration (computer systems management option)

Condition of employment

None

Minimum experience generally required by level of complexity

  • Level 1: None
  • Level 2: 3 years
  • Level 3: 8 years

Examples of job titles

  • Management systems analyst
  • Management information analyst
  • Work methods analyst

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To be excluded from this job

  • Analyst jobs in computer systems development (ERG 206) and those requiring a diploma in operations management