University of Hull Pay Scales

By | 16th June 2017

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University of Hull Pay Scales

University of Hull Pay Scales

Rewards and benefits

Rewards and Benefits SMRSWe recognise the individual contribution each person makes, so you can rest assured you’ll be well rewarded for your hard work. Here are just a few of the benefits you can look forward to.

Pensions

To make sure your future is secure, the University operates employer and employee contributory pension schemes, as well as a stakeholder pension scheme.

Annual increments

Annual increments are paid subject to satisfactory service on the date specified in your contract. This is normally on 1 August, provided you’ve completed more than six months’ service in your current pay band.

Working hours

The standard working week is 36.5 hours, but this can vary depending on your contract.

Annual leave

We offer a generous annual leave package, with 25 days basic holiday, plus additional days over Christmas, Easter and Public Bank Holidays.

Family Leave and Benefits

The University has a number of schemes that cover many family circumstances, like maternity leave, paternity leave, adoption leave, parental leave, dependants leave, carer’s leave and leave for fertility treatment.

Staff Development

If you have the ambition, we’ll help you to gain all the knowledge and skills you need to succeed. We want you to have a long-term career with us, so we’ll support you on every step of your professional journey.

Relocation

Newly appointed staff, will be eligible to claim relocation expenses subject to certain conditions. For more detail click here.

Childcare Voucher Scheme

Our Childcare Voucher Scheme allows you to offset income tax and National Insurance against the cost of childcare.

Payscales

Your commitment and contribution will be rewarded financially. Taking market rates, experience and individual contribution into account, you’ll earn a very competitive salary. Most posts within the University have a structured salary progression, ranging from pay bands 1-9.

Car parking

Driving to work and finding a parking spot shouldn’t be difficult or expensive. It should be a simple start to the day. With this in mind, you’ll find plenty of space to park your car on campus. There are a range of charges depending on the car park used.