What is a band 3 salary on the NHS?
The annual salary for a Band 3 on the 1st paypoint is £19,737.00 (monthly is £1,644.75 before deductions). A person on this NHS pay point will pay £101.73 a month of National Insurance, £092.11 a month of pension and £100.84 a month Tax.
What is a Pay Band 3 post?
pay band 3. A salary given to a junior doctor in training which provides a supplement of 100% over the base salary for more than 48 hours/week of work. Pay band 3 posts are noncompliant with New Deal of Junior Doctors requirements (over weekly hours limit, or rest guidelines are not met).
How much do NZXT PC techs get paid?
The average NZXT hourly pay ranges from approximately $18 per hour for a PC Technician to $18 per hour for a PC Technician. NZXT employees rate the overall compensation and benefits package 3.4/5 stars. Work at NZXT?
How do you calculate net pay for Band 3?
We also have net pay calculations for a part time Band 3. The annual salary for a Band 3 on the 1st paypoint is £20,329.11. This is £1,694.09 every month before deductions. A person on this NHS pay point will pay £107.65 a month of National Insurance, £94.87 a month of pension and £110.34 a month Tax.
Do I need to research the NHS for my Band 3 interview?
TIP #3 – Whilst you will not need an in-depth understanding of the different NHS practices and procedures to pass your interview, we feel it is important to have a basic knowledge of how the NHS operates. On that basis, research the NHS prior to your Band 3 interview and be able to answer the following interview question confidently: Q.
What is a band 3 pay point?
Band 3 – 2nd and final paypoint (£21,142.00 a year) The annual salary for a Band 3 on the 2nd and final paypoint is £21,142.00 (monthly is £1,761.83 before deductions). A person on this NHS pay point will pay £115.78 a month of National Insurance, £098.66 a month of pension and £122.94 a month Tax.
What is a band 3 assistant?
There are many Band 3 assistants in NHS therapy services, examples include assistants in Physiotherapy, Speech and Language, Dietetics (food), Podiatry (feet) and Occupational Therapy. It can be a great way to test a career path and an excellent way to start and study towards a career.