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Santa Monica College average salary is $87,402, median salary is $87,402 with a salary range from $87,402 to $87,402.
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Manager Of Financial Reporting 87,402-87,402 Troy, MI, 48007 2012 Santa Monica College Manager Of Financial Reporting Salaries (1)
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  • Santa Monica College
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Santa Monica, CA
  • Santa Monica College is the number one transfer school to 4-year institutions (including the University of California system) of any community college in California. It also has incredible vocational programs, as well as an extraordinary Emeritus College for seniors. It is the finest community college in the nation. There has been a lot of strife between the administration and the faculty and staff at Santa Monica College over the last few years, exacerbated by the state budget crisis which resulted in some layoffs and program cancellations. I believe there is opportunity to reinvent some of those programs and to