The University strives to provide base compensation for exempt and non-exempt staff that is (a) externally competitive with the relevant market and (b) internally aligned with market reference ranges of individuals who have similar responsibilities, demonstrated competencies and experience. The University will utilize variable compensation (incentive plans and recognition awards) as appropriate to further support the achievement of the University’s goals and core values while considering the competitive market for positions.
The University of Notre Dame does not discriminate in making pay decisions based on race, color, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, disability or veteran status. Notre Dame is an at-will employer. The University or the employee can terminate the employment relationship at any time or for any cause.
Market Reference Range Tool
To view the Market Reference Range of a position at the University, choose a family and subsequent sub-family associated with the work that most closely matches what would be required of an individual in a specific position. This tool will show the ranges available for existing positions at the University.
The information shown represents the minimum and maximum salary an individual would be allowed to make in that specific family and sub-family based on the exempt status and level of the position. It is not an indicator of average expected pay, but instead provides the full range of possible salaries.
Non-Exempt Individual Contributor (NIC)
- NIC1 Assistant
- NIC2 Coordinator
- NIC3 Technician
Exempt Individual Contributor (EIC)
- EIC1 Associate
- EIC2 Professional
- EIC3 Specialist
- M1 Supervisor
- M2 Manager
- M3 Director
- M4 Associate VP