A person working as a Health & Safety Officer in Namibia can expect a monthly salary of around $7.87 USD, with the lowest paid around $3620 and the highest paying about $12,500 USD.
This is the average monthly salary in terms of compensation (i.e. including wages and other earnings) for a health and safety officer. A health and safety officer needs to have a lot of experience to earn above this amount, which may vary between skills, location or gender.
How do experience and age affect your pay?
Several factors that contribute to a worker’s salary have been discussed, but the experience is the most important of these. Generally speaking, people who have more years of experience will earn more.
A Health and Safety Officer with less than two years of experience makes approximately 4,110 NAD per month. It takes two to five years of experience to earn a monthly salary of $5,490 NAD.
How do education levels affect salaries?
On average, if one is employed as a Health and Safety Officer with a certificate & diploma, they will earn 4,690 NAD per month.
While someone with a Bachelor’s Degree earns 7,360 NAD per month on average, a Master’s degree holder can expect an average salary of 12,300 NAD per month. Someone having just a Certificate or Diploma degree can make up to 57% less than someone with a bachelor.