2 45 80,966 82, ,070 83, ,180 85, ,280**** 86,134**** 49 85,384**** 87,262**** 50 86,488**** 88,391**** Notes: Salary scales to consist of not more than four consecutive points, based on the duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit and motivate staff. *normal minimum point for EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level. **normal minimum point for senior EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level. ***normal minimum point for leading EIP undertaking the full range of duties at this level. ****extension to range to accommodate structured professional assessments.
3 YOUNG PEOPLE S/COMMUNITY SERVICE MANAGERS Spine Point Salary from Salary from ,891 34, ,000 35, ,109 36, ,240* 38,059* 5 38,389 39, ,511 40, ,659** 41,553** 8 41,962 42, ,681 43, ,791 44, ,895 45, ,001 47, ,099 48, ,208 49, ,319 50, ,432 51, ,552 52, ,663 53, ,769 54, ,899*** 56,107*** 21 56,051*** 57,284*** 22 57,228*** 58,487*** 23 58,430*** 59,715*** 24 59,657*** 60,969*** Notes: The minimum Youth and Community Service Officers' scale is 4 points. Other salary scales to consist of not more than four consecutive points based on duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit retain and motivate staff. *normal minimum point for senior youth and community service officers undertaking the full range of duties at this level (see paragraph 5.6 of the Soulbury Report). **normal minimum point for principal youth and community service officer undertaking the full range of duties at this level (see paragraph 5.8 of the Soulbury Report). ***extension to range to accommodate discretionary scale points and structured professional assessments.
4 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS TRAINEE EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS Spine point Salary from Salary from (2.2% increase) 1 22,019 22, ,631 24, ,241 25, ,853 27, ,464 29, ,075 30,737 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS ASSISTANT EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS Spine point Salary from Salary from (2.2% increase) 1 27,067 27, ,172 28, ,278 29, ,377 31,045 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS - SCALE A Spine point Salary from Salary from (2.2% increase) 1 34, , , , , , , , ,778* 10 49,313* 11 50,745* 35,027 36,805 38,583 40,360 42,137 43,914 45,588 47,261 48,829* 50,398* 51,861* Notes Salary scales to consist of six consecutive points, based on the duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit, retain and motivate staff. *Extension to scale to accommodate structured professional assessment points.
5 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS SENIOR AND PRINCIPAL EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS (B) SALARY RANGE Spine Point Salary from Salary from (2.2% increase) 1 42, , ,244* 4 47, , , , , , , , , , ,031** 15 60,171** 16 61,300** 17 62,436** 18 63,571** 43,914 45,588 47,261* 48,829 50,398 51,861 52,462 53,584 54,696 55,828 56,937 58,068 59,219 60,330** 61,495** 62,649** 63,810** 64,970** Notes: Salary scales to consist of not more than four consecutive points, based on the duties and responsibilities attaching to posts and the need to recruit, retain and motivate staff. *Normal minimum point for the principal educational psychologist undertaking the full range of duties at this level. **Extension to range to accommodate discretionary scale points and structured professional assessments.
6 LONDON AREA PAYMENTS With effect from 1 March 2015 staff in the London area shall receive the following: (a) at the rate of 2,997 per annum to officers serving in the Inner area. (b) at the 1,976 per annum to officers serving in the Outer area. (c) at the rate of 763 per annum to officers serving in the Fringe area. (d) officers normally serving in the London area but temporarily employed elsewhere shall continue to receive London area payments at the rate appropriate to their normal area of employment. (e) in the case of an officer required to serve in different parts of the London areas, or partly outside that area, the officer shall be deemed to be serving in the area in which he is required to spend more than one half of his time. (f) for the purpose of this paragraph The Inner Area means the area of the London Boroughs of: Camden, City of London, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Westminster (the former Inner London Education Authority), and the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Brent, Ealing, Haringey, Merton and Newham. The Outer Area means Greater London, excluding the Inner area. The Fringe Area means: Berkshire: the districts of Bracknell, Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead. Buckinghamshire: the districts of Beaconsfield and Chiltern. Essex: the districts of Basildon, Brentwood, Epping Forest, Harlow and Thurrock. Hertfordshire: the districts of Broxbourne, Dacorum, East Hertfordshire, Hertsmere, St. Albans, Three Rivers, Watford and Welwyn Hatfield. Kent: the districts of Dartford and Sevenoaks. Surrey: the whole County. West Sussex: the district of Crawley. The London Area comprises the Inner area, the Outer area and the Fringe area.
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