by: RSP87 - 11-09-12 17:42
I am expecting pay rise at end of month and have been asked to find out roughly what hourly rate managers are on. I have been with the setting over 5 years, have just completed foundation degree and moved setting forward to get Oustanding Ofsted. The setting is a Pre-School and can take 25 children per session, term time only. Manage team of 8.
Any ideas of pay expectations (hourly rate) ?
RE: Managers pay??? - 11-09-12 22:14
by: Maureen Askew
I think it will depend on where you live but i would say anything between £9 and £12
RE: Managers pay??? - 12-09-12 20:03
I would say it depends on who you work for! I get £8 an hour have 15 staff and anything between 40-50 children 0-11. I wold love between £9 and £12
RE: RE: Managers pay??? - 13-10-12 07:17
You need to find yourself a decent paid job, big time. A male manager would never put up with that low wage!
RE: Managers pay??? - 13-10-12 09:10
Smallfry, do you work in early years?
Your post is not in the least bit helpful.
From my experience nursery managers are not motivated by money.
RE: RE: Managers pay??? - 21-10-12 08:32
How do they pay their bills then? We all work for pay, silly. We are not charities...xxx
RE: Managers pay??? - 16-10-12 09:04
I have recently promoted my deputy manager to manager and she will start on £8.00per hour however there will be a bonus incentive to get Cheshire East Councillers off our back and achieve a Good or Outstanding at next Ofsted. I will be employing an EYP who will earn more than the Manager but its qualifications that pay.
I have just lost my senior baby room leader to Lloyds Bank for £18000.
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