How much does a IT Specialist Assistant make?

Updated 27 Jan 2022
£22,218 /yr
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72 salaries

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How much does a IT Specialist Assistant make? The national average salary for a IT Specialist Assistant is £22,218 in United Kingdom. Filter by location to see IT Specialist Assistant salaries in your area. Salary estimates are based on 72 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by IT Specialist Assistant employees.

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Department for Work And Pensions
3.7

Department for Work And Pensions

IT Manager

£49,924

 /yr
Range: £30K - £87K
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£30K

£87K

£29,912 - £87,305 Range

Foreign and Commonwealth Office
4

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

IT Manager

£40,280

 /yr
Range: £21K - £145K

£21K

£145K

£21,192 - £145,364 Range

Department for Work And Pensions
3.7

Department for Work And Pensions

IT Support Officer

£32,690

 /yr
Range: £18K - £45K

£18K

£45K

£18,295 - £45,060 Range

IBM
4

IBM

Senior IT Specialist

£57,081

 /yr
Range: £30K - £118K

£30K

£118K

£29,576 - £117,564 Range

Tata Consultancy Services
3.9

Tata Consultancy Services

IT Analyst

£41,297

 /yr
Range: £26K - £60K

£26K

£60K

£25,674 - £60,082 Range

Barclays
3.9

Barclays

AVP-IT

£68,706

 /yr
Range: £49K - £86K

£49K

£86K

£49,293 - £85,581 Range

KPMG
3.9

KPMG

IT Auditor

£34,232

 /yr
Range: £30K - £49K

£30K

£49K

£29,543 - £48,699 Range

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HSBC
3.8

HSBC

IT Manager

£71,232

 /yr
Range: £24K - £158K

£24K

£158K

£24,401 - £158,408 Range

Deutsche Bank
3.9

Deutsche Bank

AVP-IT

£79,277

 /yr
Range: £65K - £93K

£65K

£93K

£64,868 - £92,647 Range

Communities & Local Government
3.8

Communities & Local Government

IT Manager

£45,411

 /yr
Range: £35K - £55K

£35K

£55K

£35,223 - £54,834 Range

Barclays
3.9

Barclays

IT Analyst

£53,488

 /yr
Range: £27K - £85K

£27K

£85K

£26,744 - £84,873 Range

Legal Services Commission
3.5

Legal Services Commission

IT Support Officer

£33,589

 /yr
Range: £17K - £60K

£17K

£60K

£17,120 - £60,281 Range

The Department for Education (UK)
4.2

The Department for Education (UK)

IT Support Officer

£30,863

 /yr
Range: £19K - £61K

£19K

£61K

£18,846 - £60,501 Range

Communities & Local Government
3.8

Communities & Local Government

IT Support Officer

£37,233

 /yr
Range: £23K - £55K

£23K

£55K

£22,706 - £54,834 Range

NHS
3.9

NHS

IT Manager

£49,404

 /yr
Range: £27K - £132K

£27K

£132K

£26,523 - £132,294 Range

Capita
3.2

Capita

IT Manager

£54,000

 /yr
Range: £40K - £66K

£40K

£66K

£40,000 - £65,646 Range

Environment Agency
4.1

Environment Agency

IT Manager

£47,773

 /yr
Range: £20K - £77K

£20K

£77K

£20,486 - £77,266 Range

Department for Work And Pensions
3.7

Department for Work And Pensions

Senior IT Manager

£47,887

 /yr
Range: £38K - £81K

£38K

£81K

£37,628 - £80,786 Range

IBM
4

IBM

IT Manager

£53,488

 /yr
Range: £35K - £112K

£35K

£112K

£35,335 - £111,523 Range

Computacenter
3.9

Computacenter

IT Service Manager

£53,518

 /yr
Range: £42K - £90K

£42K

£90K

£41,821 - £90,123 Range

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Frequently asked questions about an IT Specialist Assistant salaries

The national average salary for an IT Specialist Assistant is £22,218 per year in United Kingdom. Filter by location to see an IT Specialist Assistant salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 72 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by an IT Specialist Assistant employees.

The highest salary for an IT Specialist Assistant in United Kingdom is £33,052 per year.

The lowest salary for an IT Specialist Assistant in United Kingdom is £14,935 per year.

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