How much does an engineer, manager and designer of electrical installations earn?

How much does an electrical engineer earn?

Time for another entry in the series “How much an Engineer earns in Poland” and a guest post by a friend of an electrical installation designer.

Today, electrical engineers go to the wallpaper. How much does an electrical engineer earn? So it will be quite easy for me myself.
Note:

Wages do not include overtime, bonuses, etc., because most of you are interested in a comfortable life, not dedication to work.
Earnings depend to a large extent on the company’s capital (Polish or foreign or public). Net amounts (“on hand”) for people working on the so-called “Full-time job” – in the case of people working under civil law contracts, these amounts are (or at least should be) 30% higher and on your own business you can also target this pattern to the size of a company of 2-8 people (then you are “Mr. … In any “normal” company, earnings grow with experience and responsibility. In fact, it is different. I provide the data on the basis of my own research. I am not responsible for the information provided.
I consider an experienced person an Engineer with at least 10 years of experience in a given sector. I am not writing about the lowest earners in order not to tempt anyone.
Electricians earn the most in the energy sector and in the construction of structural facilities (railways, large industry).
You also earn more when you are a manager of a small team (2-5 people).
You earn the least in public administration and residential / private construction.

What are the salaries in the electrical industry? So how much does an electrical engineer earn?

1. Electrical designer.

Every second designer of electrical installations receives a salary from PLN 3500 to PLN 5000 net.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 5000-7000 net.

2. Site engineer.

Every second construction engineer receives a salary from PLN 2,500 to PLN 3,700 net.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 3,700-5,000 net.

3. Electrical Works Manager.

Every second Electrical Works Manager receives a salary from PLN 3800 to PLN 5500 net.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 5500-8500 net.

4. Supervision Inspector – Electric Industry.

Every second Supervision Inspector receives a salary from PLN 3500 to PLN 5500 net.
The best-paid and experienced group earns from PLN 5500-12000 net.
I would like to point out that most of them run their own business, i.e. the salary may be 30% higher.

5. Project Manager and Coordinator.

Every second project manager receives a salary from PLN 6500 to PLN 7500 net.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 7500-9000 net.
I would like to point out that the majority of them run their own business, i.e. higher.

6. Assistant.

Every second assistant receives a salary from PLN 1,850 to PLN 2,600.
The group of the best paid and experienced earns from PLN 2,600-4,000 net.

7. Head of the power engineering division and chief power engineer.

Every second manager of the electricity division / chief energy engineer receives a salary from PLN 4,000 to PLN 6,500.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 6,500-9,000 net.

8. Maintenance engineer.

Every second maintenance engineer receives a salary from PLN 3000 to PLN 4000.
The group of the best paid and experienced earns from PLN 4000-5000 net.

9. Fitter and Elektromonter.

Every second Electrician receives a salary from PLN 1,800 to PLN 2,100.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 2,100-4,000 net.

10. Owner of the electrical installation design office.

Average owner’s earnings are (or at least should be) PLN 5,000 to PLN 10,000.
The group of the best-paid and experienced earns from PLN 7,000-15,000 net.
The earnings on their own business are unfortunately very volatile.

You already know how much an electrical engineer earns. If you are interested in any other positions, please let me know. Post your earnings in the comments, including those from overseas and delegations, to get a reference.

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