We use the following pay scales, based on regional and national local government negotiations.
Appointment to a job with the council is usually to a particular grade within the relevant pay scale. Progression through a grade is based on factors such as skills, experience, qualifications, performance and length of service. The grade and relevant salary scale for a particular job is identifiable either through the advert or accompanying literature.
Local salary grades, uses the national spinal column points:
These are locally agreed salary scales which are reviewed annually having regard to the JNC pay award for chief officers, market conditions and the financial situation of the council.
This is a locally agreed salary scale which is reviewed annually having regard to the JNC pay award for chief executives of local authorities, market conditions and the financial situation of the council.
Schools who have adopted the 2013 pay and grading scheme for school support staff use:
For those schools who have not adopted any of the above pay and grading scheme use:
Soulbury grades are used for educational psychologists, advisors and inspectors. These pay and grades are determined by the Soulbury committee:
These pay and grades relate to teachers employed by a local authority or the governing body of a foundation, voluntary aided, or foundation special school for the provision of primary or secondary education: