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    help with understanding position.

    Network Manager Technicians at Knebworth School , Knebworth - teachinherts.com, Hertfordshire County Council's teacher recruitment web site.

    The pay scale is H3, what iv looked up on:

    hertsdirect.org Pay Scales for Support Staff in Schools

    and the spreadsheet says: £15,725 -> £16,830

    but, the job is advertised at 15 hours part time... is this wage correct for part time workers!?


    additionally, if it is part time, how is it viewed if i was to-do other work(maybe private Computer repair), or is it frowned upon?

    Tom.

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    also, on the pay scale sheet it says "SCP" as a column, what is the definition of "SCP"?

    Tom.

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    SCP = Spinal Column Point

    H3 is a salary range so depending on what point you are place dupon will be what you would actually get paid if you were employed full time.

    The figure for part time working will be pro-rata.

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    Additional working depends on the terms and conditions of your employment but you may just have to declare it that is all.

    If it doesn't intefere with your normal hours I don't see it makes a difference to them but best to disclose it or the intention of doing it and then you can't be beaten with a stick about it later on.

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    so, as a rough estimate(im not asking for exact figures) what do you think a pro-rata wage on 16,000 will for 15 hours?

    not enough to sustain a drop from £18,000(my current wage) I'm presuming....

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    Full time would presumably be 37 hours so it's not looking good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    The figure for part time working will be pro-rata.

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    Also it might not just be reduced down to 15 hours a week.

    You might also find it's reduced further if the role is term time only.

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    gahh. not a viable option then..

    i don't mind taking a slight pay drop, but i can't take that kind of pay drop..

    got 2 kids to feed! lol..

    cheers guys!

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