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FTE/pro rata/term time

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SushhhhNow Mon 09-Nov-15 14:16:33

If a job says £14 586-£15 474 FTE for 8.45am-3.15pm, Monday to Friday, term time only, how do I work out the actual take home salary?

I'm guessing it's 30 hours a week (half hour for lunch?) which would give an annual salary of £11,021.98 (assuming the lowest rate and a 37.5 FTE), but do I have to pro rata again for term time? Or is that already taken into account in the original salary stated?

Thanks smile

Becca19962014 Mon 09-Nov-15 20:37:51

I was offered a job working as a school librarian but hadn't realised i needed to pro rata again as I was only needed during term time. I was unable to take the job in the end because of it and it was a job I really wanted. At the time when I mentioned it to the library association they told me that was what happened for school term posts (pro rata twice for hours and terms).

If I was you I would Pro Rata it again, that will be the lowest pay. At least then you know the minimum pay.

EWLT Mon 09-Nov-15 20:47:11

Yes, the FTE is for someone doing 37 weeks for 52.14 weeks pa (including paid holidays). If it's a local government (school) job, the actual salary is calculated:

FTE x weeks per year plus paid holidays/52.14 x hours pw/37

So for this job you'll be paid 38 weeks plus approx. 5 weeks holidays= 43.1weeks

14586 x 43.1/52.14 x 30/37 = £9776 pa

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