pay band 3

pay band 3

Medspeak-UK—Doctors
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).

Medspeak-UK—Non-Doctors
A pay band for a non-doctor under the Department of Health’s Agenda for Change, which corresponds to a salary of £15,610 - £18,577/year.
 
Workers at pay band 3
Microbiology assistant, secretary, security, emergency care support workers, occupational therapy assistants, physiotherapy assistants, speech therapy assistants.
References in periodicals archive ?
Employees in pay band 3 (PS16,800 to PS19,655) will pay the same while those in higher pay bands (PS19,217 and above) will pay extra to use staff car parks.
The UK-wide caps are pounds 10,000 for Deputy Director (Pay Band 1), pounds 12,500 for Director (Pay Band 2), pounds 15,000 for Director General (Pay Band 3) and pounds 17,500 for Permanent Secretaries (pounds 17,500).
According to Byrd Carter, a majority of employees come in at Pay Band 3, which this year ranges between $50,287 and $97,9S3.
After three years of service, a teacher will move from pay band 3 ( Rs 15,600- 39,100) to pay band 4 ( Rs 37,400- 67,000).
Although the name of the program has changed, the goal remains the same: to develop eligible GS-15, Pay Band 3, or equivalent-level civilian employees for senior leadership positions.
We try to identify high-potential people, develop them deliberately, give them an opportunity to demonstrate leadership, and grow them into senior leadership positions at either the Pay Band 3 level, or above that at the senior executive service level."
Under NSPS, a promotion is from one pay band to a higher pay band (e.g., Professional/Analytical pay band 2 to Professional/Analytical pay band 3).