Grade 6 University of Cambridge

Grade 6 University of Cambridge

Grades 1–6 and training grade

Point on scaleGradesFrom 1 August 2013From 1 August 2014
T123456
4812*£36,661£37,394
4711*£35,597£36,309
4610*£34,565£35,256
459*£33,562£34,233
4411*8*£32,590£33,242
4310*7*£31,644£32,277
429*6£30,728£31,342
418*5£29,837£30,434
407*4£28,972£29,552
396*3£28,132£28,695
3810*52£27,318£27,864
379*41£26,527£27,057
368*3£25,759£26,274
357*2£25,013£25,513
3461£24,289£24,775
3310*5£23,585£24,057
329*4£22,927£23,386
318*3£22,240£22,685
307*2£21,597£22,029
2961£20,972£21,391
2810*5£20,374£20,781
279*4£19,802£20,198
268*3£19,247£19,632
257*2£18,708£19,083
2461£18,185£18,549
235£17,678£18,031
224£17,184£17,528
219*3£16,705£17,039
208*2£16,252£16,577
197*1£15,814£16,131
186*£15,456£15,765
175£15,054£15,356
164£14,665£14,959
153£14,344£14,631
142£13,977£14,257
131£13,621£13,953
12T12£13,272£13,537
11T11£12,936£13,195
10T10£12,611£12,863
9T9£12,295£12,541

Notes

  1. An asterisk (*) denotes a contribution point and progress through these is awarded on merit.
  2. Grade T is for staff who are studying for an approved qualification or undergoing ‘in-service’ training.
  3. On 1 January 2010 the first contribution points on grades 2, 3, and 4 became service points.
  4. Research Assistants are appointed to grade 5.
  5. Specific arrangements will apply to progression in service-related points on some grades in compliance with the Memorandum of Understanding.
  6. Incremental progression through the service related points occurs on the incremental date which will normally be on the anniversary of appointment or 1 April, 1 July or 1 October respectively for staff engaged on terms and conditions for Manual, Clerical/Secretarial and Technical Division appointments.
  7. Direct employees of the University appointed to grade 1 will not be paid below spine point 16, with effect from 1 August 2014.
  8. Point 32 was aligned to the national Single Pay Spine for Higher Education Academic and Support Staff, as negotiated by the Universities and Colleges Employers Association on behalf of UK higher education employers, with effect from 1 January 2014.

University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge (informally Cambridge University) is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England, often regarded as one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Founded in 1209 and given royal charter status by King Henry III in 1231, Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world’s third-oldest surviving university. The university grew out of an association of scholars who left the University of Oxford after a dispute with the townspeople. The two ancient universities share many common features and are often referred to jointly as “Oxbridge”.