Average Instrumentation & Controls I&C Technician Salary in Canada

Annual Base Salary - $75,423.00/year

The average annual salary of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician is $75,423.00


The starting salary of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician is between $42,347.00 and $49,820.00 whereas the maximum salary range is between $120,840.00 and $138,966.00.

Minimum Annual PayMaximum Annual Pay
Average Hourly Pay - $35.13/hour

The average hourly pay of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician is $35.13.


The starting hourly rate is between $18.00 and $21.60 for Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician whereas the maximum hourly wage is between $47.52 and $55.00.

Minimum Hourly PayMaximum Hourly Pay
Bonus Range: Tooltip
$1,068.00 - $10,900.00
Profit Sharing: Tooltip
$210.00 - $12,480.00
  • Currency : CAD
  • Annual Salary : $75,423.00
  • Hourly Pay : $35.13
  • Weekly Pay : $1,395.00
  • Fortnightly Salary : $2,789.00
  • Monthly Salary : $6,044.00

Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician Salary Comparison by Gender


This pie chart demonstrates the gender share for Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician. As indicated, the golden colour represents the percentage share for women and the green represents the percentage share for men.

As shown in the chart, male employees are involved significantly more as Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician compared to female. Their involvement is 97% while of female is only 3%.

Salary Distribution Based on Years of Experience

The line graph shows Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician salary in Canada on an annual basis. In this graph specifically, it is indicated that as the years of experience increases, so does their wages.

For Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician working less than a year in a company, you notice that their annual salary starts around $25.56.

As the years of experience reaches 1 to 4, there is a significant increase of $3.96 which would give a total wage of CAD29.52.

Once the experience reaches 5-9 years Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician salary would increase again to a total of $39.09, adding $9.57 from the last salary increase.

After reaching the 10-19 year experience in their career, another increase in salary will be added to a total of $40.40.

And finally, once the Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician gains 20 years of experience or more, their salary would reach $41.08.

Prominent Skills Affecting Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician Salary

The bar graph data indicates the importance of specific skills which can have a direct impact on Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician's salary. It clearly highlights the skills needed for a post of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician when hired by an employer.

The most vital skill expected of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician is Distributed Control Systems (DCS) which impacts the most than the rest of the skills indicated with a staggering 26% comparatively. Therefore, one’s salary would greatly depend on their skills in Distributed Control Systems (DCS).

The skill least likely to affect one’s pay would be Systems Troubleshooting with 2%. It can be said that Systems Troubleshooting skill will unlikely impact the salary.

Compensation Statistics Based on Experience Levels

This combination of a line and the bar graph shows how the experience affects the salary of Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) Technician. Companies are considering factors like training and education directly affecting the salary offered to you as an employee. The line graph shows the salary increment with the increase in experience whereas the bar graph shows the comparision of how the salary is getting affected based on experience level.

As shown in the trends, lowest earning is $52,796.00 whereas the highest earning is $87,491.00 which clearly shows the salary increases with the level of expertise.

Late Career person will earn the maximum salary of $87,491.00 at 16%. So to summerize, Entry Level earns 30% less than the average salary, Early Career earns 15% less than the average salary, Mid Carrer earns 13% more than the average salary, Late Career earns 16% more than the average salary, Experienced earns 16% more than the average salary.

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