I've been a RN for 24 years, and have been a charge nurse in outpt dialysis, an interim clinic manager for a short time and a certified diabetes educator. Tomorrow I am interviewing for the clinical coordinator position in the endocrinology group where I was an educator. Glassdoor had a salary range of 80-90,000, which would be great. More than I make now and it would make it worth the commute and 5 day work week. However, when I talked to the talent acquisition specialist she told me I could expect around $29/hr- which is less than I make now. I was told the physician groups don't pay as much as the in-hospital positions, which I understand, but the higher salary shouldn't have been posted on the job listing then. In your experience, do I have room to negotiate? The endocrinologist, the CRNP with the most seniority, and one of the dieticians I previously worked with are my references. So while I don't have tons of management experience, the company in one sense knows what they're getting and the quality of work I would deliver. I'm also working on my MSN. I feel like that could give me some leverage.