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Skylander1 Wed 25-Jun-14 17:32:36

A Ta job has been advertised for 15 hours a week 21,067 -23,000 pro rota can anyone tell me how many hours is considered full time for at work.

overmydeadbody Wed 25-Jun-14 17:34:24

I think a full time TA would work 30 hours a week

CharlesRyder Wed 25-Jun-14 17:36:56

No, it is probably 37hrs.

That is MASSIVE pay for a TA!! Is it in an independent school?

CharlesRyder Wed 25-Jun-14 17:37:52

Or 35 if they do not pay TAs for staff meetings.

Guilianna Wed 25-Jun-14 17:39:05

It may look massive but it's pro rata for the hours, and likely for term-time too, may be a lot less when you look at actual monthly pay

LIZS Wed 25-Jun-14 17:41:21

That is quiet substantial though . Agree FT is probably 35 and paid for about 42 weeks, termtime plus accrued leave (although you may get this spread over 12 months)

mummytime Wed 25-Jun-14 17:42:44

It is probably a higher level TA post.

Skylander1 Wed 25-Jun-14 17:44:08

It's specialised Ta role, you need other qualifications as well.
Thank you everyone

JodieGarberJacob Wed 25-Jun-14 17:44:58

I want it! Where is it?? That's an NQT salary, I wonder if it is correct?

Frontier Wed 25-Jun-14 17:45:33

to earn the ft wage you would have to work 38 hrs pw for 47(approx) weeks per year which is impossible.

The actual salary for the advertised job will be around �8k.

That said, �20k fte salary for a ta job is huge. What band is it? surely it must be a hlta ?

CharlesRyder Wed 25-Jun-14 17:51:10

The point Guilianna is that TA pay is generally around 12-14k fte. So for 15hrs a week you would take home around £5k!

RaspberryLemonPavlova Wed 25-Jun-14 18:03:08

That's HLTA level.

Very, very roughly, I think my friend's TA job is circa £19,000 ft, and as supply the same job works out as £10 something per hour.

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