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I need to get some data points on scheduler/operator salaries for crude and refined products. I know a number of us are in the industry, and I need data points for professionals with 10 to 15 years of experience.

 

Thanks in advance.

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high end - Big refinery SE TX - mechanical planner / scheduler - $142k/yr + ot (capped) + typical bonus plan + pension + 401k. he routinely knocks down $200k

contract mechanical scheduler/planner - you're paying $100 to $130 hr

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high end - Big refinery SE TX - mechanical planner / scheduler - $142k/yr + ot (capped) + typical bonus plan + pension + 401k. he routinely knocks down $200k

contract mechanical scheduler/planner - you're paying $100 to $130 hr

Not mechanical scheduler.

 

Think commodity trading scheduler/operator (i.e. they are arranging the boat movements, inspections, blending etc...). With a dab of marine trader thrown in.

 

Sorry for not being clear earlier.

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about threeve fiddy, with overall compensation in the ballpark of $texas

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