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East Midlands Broadband Consortium (EMBC) Thread, Good Luck to those receiving your job evaluation letters this afternoon in Regional Broadband Consortiums (RBC); Good Luck to those recieving your JE letters this afternoon. We have to sign for ours at 15:40 after a ...
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    Good Luck to those receiving your job evaluation letters this afternoon

    Good Luck to those recieving your JE letters this afternoon. We have to sign for ours at 15:40 after a talk from the head.

    I just hope there arn't to many pay cuts, I'm not looking for a rise either but the same money would be nice

    anyway think positive

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    We had this just at the end of last year in deepest Warwicksh!te. I feel your pain.......

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    Thanks, getting a little worried but as a Network Manager at fewer than 20k surly I cannot lose more. Lets hope we all get a pay rise (wishfull thinking I know)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pottsey View Post
    Thanks, getting a little worried but as a Network Manager at fewer than 20k surly I cannot lose more. Lets hope we all get a pay rise (wishfull thinking I know)
    surely as an NM on less than 20k there is only 1 way to go!

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    Our school decided not to go with the LEA's J.E. not many (1 know of 2) got a change.

    Hopefully you will all get a good outcome.

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    How did you all do? For me it wasn’t too bad although there are some really odd results.

    Financial resources are a 2
    Emotional demands is a 1
    Working Conditions 1

    Everything else is pretty much spot on. But those three seem way off to me as I work directly with children with behaviour and learning problems. Financial resources I would have said is a 3.

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    Not got mine yet - it was missing from the pack, apparently it's meant to be being couriered out...

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    Thinking about this more I might be much worse off. Have I got this right? Calculated pay is based on SCP x number of weeks pay ÷ 52 weeks. I get paid for 39weeks. So I end up at the top of my scale with a wage of £ 15,148 for a Network Manager!
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    Technically those not on 52 say 39 weeks get more than 39 weeks as you got pro rota statuary holiday as well the LA will have formula that is used to work out part time hours..

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    At 37 hours during term-time only how would I work out my wage with the new points system?

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    I'm a systems manager and I went down to band A. Means a cut of about £1500. Not too bad considering what some other people seem to have lost. My two techs went up by a band, so they did ok out of it. Seems the people on higher wages got cuts and those generally on lower end salaries went up a bit.

    Hope everyone else did ok.

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    I went from a grade 3 to a grade 2, what grades are other techs on in the area?

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    Network manager in a school with 200 machines (ish), original JD assessed as scale 5. Now I need to have the 2 job descriptions since assessed and see how that works out.

    I'd be interested to know what the sales people (specifications engineers), engineers and managers at EdIT are on - probably significantly more as they have to look after more schools/machines.

    It still bemuses me that they have no sight on how much private sector workers get payed for similar jobs (for example, a network manager in a company with 200 machines may well be looking towards 30-40k and similar responsibilities), but I suppose it's the burden we have for public sector work
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    As ICT Manager I was on SO1 - regraded to 518 points which puts me in new Band A so a few more increments. (Top of scale now is £8,000 LESS than my previous job which I 'left' 5 years ago in the private sector - where I actually had less responsibility)

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    So... do you start at the bottom of the scale, or for example, I got 475 as a job score, do I start half way up scale 5?

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