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: