How much does a band 3 get paid?
NHS pay scales 2017-18
|Band 2||Band 3||Band 5|
How much does a band 3 earn per hour?
** Please note these calculations are based on the 3% Pay Rise **
|NHS Pay Band (paypoint)||+ 3% Payrise (21/22)||Total Per Hour (& Net)|
|Band 3 (1st)||£20,329||£10.40 (£8.48)|
|Band 3 (2nd and Final)||£21,776||£11.14 (£8.81)|
|Band 4 (1st)||£22,549||£11.53 (£9.06)|
|Band 4 (2nd and Final)||£24,882||£12.73 (£9.80)|
What does a band 3 HCA do?
To work under the supervision of the Nursing Team Leader of the medical centre, providing and maintaining a high standard of student care, housekeeping and relevant documentation.
What is Band 3 role?
Healthcare/Health and Social Care Assistant (Band 3) – providing patient care with advanced clinical skills whilst supervising other Healthcare Assistants (HCAs)
What are AFC pay scales in the NHS?
Most jobs in the NHS are covered by AfC pay scales except doctors, dentists and the most senior managers. Each band contains a number of pay points and staff will normally progress to the next pay point annually until they reach the top of the pay band. Essentially, the more experienced you are, the more you are paid.
What is band 9 on the AFC pay scale?
Band 9 posts are for the most senior members of NHS management. Most jobs in the NHS are covered by AfC pay scales except doctors, dentists and the most senior managers. Each band contains a number of pay points and staff will normally progress to the next pay point annually until they reach the top of the pay band.
What is the NHS pay scale for nurses 2010?
NHS Agenda for Change pay scales – 2010/2011 Agenda for Change pay bands effective from 1 April 2010 The minimum starting salary for a registered nurse is £21,176. To calculate your hourly rate divide your annual basic salary by 52.14 and then by 37.5.
What is the NHS agenda for Change pay scale?
This system is known as the NHS Agenda for Change pay scales (or AfC system). When implemented in the NHS across the UK in 2004, AfC was the biggest overhaul of NHS-wide pay, terms and conditions in more than 50 years. AfC puts registered/qualified staff on bands 5–8 and unqualified staff such as Healthcare Assistants on bands 2–4.