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Updated July 11, 2022

Average Site Manager Salary

$53,156 yearly
To create our salary estimates, Zippia starts with data published in publicly available sources such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Foreign Labor Certification Data Center (FLC) Show More

$25.56 hourly

Entry level Salary
$31,000 yearly
$31,000
10 %
$53,156
Median
$88,000
90 %

How much does a Site Manager make?

Site managers make $53,156 per year on average, or $25.56 per hour, in the United States. Site managers on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $31,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $88,000.

Location impacts how much a site manager can expect to make. Site managers make the most in Oregon, California, Idaho, Utah, and New Hampshire.

Highest Paying States For Site Managers

The darker areas on the map show where site managers earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.

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Site Manager average salary by State

Rank  State  Avg. Salary  Hourly Rate  Job Count  
1California$87,411$42.023,209
2Utah$77,667$37.34309
3Oregon$91,209$43.85342
4Washington$74,060$35.61658
5Nevada$72,716$34.96180
6Connecticut$68,020$32.70302
7Arizona$62,563$30.08562
8Idaho$79,091$38.0297
9Hawaii$64,408$30.97107
10Texas$60,252$28.971,888
11New Hampshire$74,398$35.77105
12Pennsylvania$62,535$30.06992
13New York$63,845$30.691,140
14Vermont$66,682$32.0658
15Maine$68,926$33.1480
16Maryland$60,037$28.86652
17New Mexico$70,383$33.84125
18Louisiana$60,964$29.31240
19New Jersey$57,959$27.86726
20Colorado$57,861$27.82529
21Oklahoma$62,015$29.81181
22Tennessee$55,234$26.55448
23Alabama$57,080$27.44300
24Delaware$50,241$24.15127
25Rhode Island$56,566$27.2079
26Massachusetts$54,977$26.43742
27Virginia$50,350$24.21929
28Michigan$50,914$24.48558
29Ohio$47,844$23.00790
30Nebraska$54,266$26.09129
31District of Columbia$46,029$22.13221
32Arkansas$44,077$21.19250
33Wyoming$46,998$22.6047
34Kansas$48,412$23.27209
35Indiana$44,611$21.45565
36Missouri$47,339$22.76445
37West Virginia$47,841$23.0087
38Mississippi$43,892$21.10173
39Illinois$46,269$22.24972
40Alaska$34,451$16.5688
41South Carolina$44,836$21.56330
42Florida$41,686$20.041,575
43Georgia$42,734$20.55916
44Wisconsin$43,087$20.71439
45North Dakota$42,547$20.4672
46South Dakota$44,568$21.4356
47Montana$44,659$21.4778
48Kentucky$42,132$20.26235
49North Carolina$40,185$19.32767
50Minnesota$42,489$20.43444
51Iowa$39,377$18.93217

Highest Paying Cities For Site Managers

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Rank  City  Avg. Salary  Hourly Rate  
1San Francisco, CA$100,862$48.49
2Portland, OR$89,970$43.25
3Olympia, WA$78,572$37.77
4Salt Lake City, UT$77,260$37.14
5Portland, ME$69,608$33.47
6New York, NY$63,644$30.60
7Phoenix, AZ$62,868$30.23
8Harrisburg, PA$61,954$29.79
9Fort Worth, TX$60,785$29.22
10Baltimore, MD$60,536$29.10
11Colorado Springs, CO$59,014$28.37
12Montgomery, AL$57,325$27.56
13Memphis, TN$57,213$27.51
14Arlington, VA$53,220$25.59
15Southgate, MI$50,961$24.50

Here Are The Five Most In Demand Cities Right Now:

  1. San Francisco, CA
  2. Portland, OR
  3. Olympia, WA
  4. Salt Lake City, UT
  5. Portland, ME

Site Manager Salary Details

Site Manager Salary

What is a Site Manager's Salary?

Percentile  Annual Salary  Monthly Salary  Hourly Rate  
90th Percentile$88,000$7,333$42
75th Percentile$69,000$5,750$33
Average$53,156$4,430$26
25th Percentile$40,000$3,333$19
10th Percentile$31,000$2,583$15

Average Salary By Related Titles

Job Title  Annual Salary  Monthly Salary  Hourly Rate  Job Openings  
General Manager Of Operations$94,305$7,859$45.34382,581
Area Operations Manager$45,597$3,800$21.92340,513
Regional Operation Manager$85,997$7,166$41.34346,480
Operations Support Manager$85,119$7,093$40.92376,894
Construction Manager$85,299$7,108$41.0144,431
Field Operation Manager$80,449$6,704$38.68396,029

Here are the five companies hiring the most now:

  1. Chevron Jobs (112)
  2. ManpowerGroup Jobs (74)
  3. General Electric Jobs (141)
  4. Lockheed Martin Jobs (54)
  5. SAIC Jobs (67)

Which Companies Pay Site Managers The Most?

According to our most recent salary estimates, Meta and Parexel International are the highest paying companies for site managers.
Rank  Company  Average Salary  Hourly Rate  Job Openings  
1Meta$151,462$72.82150
2Parexel International$145,121$69.77
3Chevron$140,664$67.631
4Genentech$139,677$67.156
5Google$139,568$67.1024
6Pinterest$129,249$62.142
7LinkedIn$123,745$59.49
8NVIDIA$122,198$58.75
9Microsoft$120,839$58.1077
10Johnson & Johnson$117,422$56.456
11OMNOVA Solutions$109,239$52.525
12Eaton$106,938$51.4140
13Caterpillar$104,098$50.05
14Bristol-Myers Squibb$102,941$49.4910
15Sutter Health$102,715$49.3811
16Air Products$102,308$49.1926
17Solenis$99,056$47.62
18Republic Services$94,465$45.4258
19ManpowerGroup$89,242$42.9038
20Huntsman$88,894$42.741

How Much Do Site Managers Make In Different Industries?

Here are some examples of how much a site manager salaries can based on different industries:

  1. The energy industry pays site managers an average salary of $78,456

  2. The technology industry pay $63,690

  3. The lowest paying industry for site managers is the professional industry. Site managers in this industry earn an average salary of $49,397

Highest Paying Industries For Site Managers

Rank  Industry  Average Salary  Hourly Rate  
1Energy$78,456$37.72
2Technology$63,690$30.62
3Manufacturing$63,452$30.51
4Construction$55,794$26.82
5Retail$50,754$24.40
6Professional$49,397$23.75

High Paying Site Manager Jobs

Site Manager Salary Trends

The salary for a site manager can vary depending on the years of experience that a person has, from entry level to senior level. Data on how experience level affects total compensation is provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) as part of their National Compensation Survey, which is based on factors such as knowledge, complexity, contacts, and environment.

Average Site Manager Salary Over Time

Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

    Site Manager Salary By Year

    Year  Avg. Salary  Hourly Rate  % Change  
    2022$53,200$25.56+2.0%
    2021$52,100$25.05+2.0%
    2020$51,100$24.55+2.1%
    2019$50,000$24.03+2.3%
    2018$48,800$23.48+2.1%

    Recently Added Site Manager Salaries

    Company  Job  Location  Date Added  Salary  
    Kidney Medical Associates, PLLCSite ManagerNew York, NY06/01/2022$72,000
    DoordashSite ManagerWoodbridge, VA06/01/2022$73,079
    Onsight HealthcareSite Manager-Same Day PAY!!La Plata, MD06/01/2022$43,827
    Ist Management Services, Inc.Law Firm-Site Manager/SupervisorColumbus, OH05/31/2022$37,566
    DoordashFulfillment Center Site ManagerSacramento, CA05/31/2022$69,233
    DoordashLogistics Site ManagerBoston, MA05/31/2022$73,079
    Planned Parenthood of Northern New EnglandHealth Center Site ManagerKeene, NH05/31/2022$47,479
    DoordashFulfillment Center Site ManagerDayton, OH05/31/2022$65,386
    DoordashWarehouse Site ManagerOrem, UT05/30/2022$65,386
    ServicenetMental Health Site ManagerWesthampton, MA05/29/2022$33,000

    Site Manager Salaries FAQs

    What state pays Site Managers the most?

    Oregon pays Site Managers the most in the United States, with an average salary of $91,209 per year, or $43.85 per hour.

    How do I know if I'm being paid fairly as a Site Manager?

    You know if you are being paid fairly as a Site Manager if your pay is close to the average pay for the state you live in. For example, if you live in California you should be paid close to $87,411 per year.

    What type of Site Manager gets paid the most?

    Senior Operations Manager gets paid the most. Senior Operations Manager made a median salary of $128,943. The best-paid 10 percent make $150,000, while the lowest-paid 10 percent make $110,000.

    What is a good starting salary for a Site Manager?

    A good starting salary for a site manager is $31,000 in the United States. That puts you in the 10th percentile of annual income for a site manager in the U.S., which is about what you would expect if you were new to the field. The average salary for site managers is $53,156, but that normally requires some level of experience to achieve. Furthermore, a good starting salary for a site manager can vary by state.

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