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The average salary for a Cloud Engineer is £58,473 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 822 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Cloud Engineer employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Cloud Engineer in United Kingdom is £78,807 per year.
The lowest salary for a Cloud Engineer in United Kingdom is £43,980 per year.
Cloud engineering salaries are higher than the national average, reflecting the field’s significant barriers to entry. A bachelors in engineering degree is considered a minimum qualification, although many firms strongly prefer candidates with internship experience. Once hired, cloud engineers typically work full-time and are paid a salary with full benefits. Candidates with a masters degree or PhD in a relevant field are typically paid higher salaries than candidates with only a bachelors degree.
To increase your earning potential in your cloud engineer career there are several routes you could take.
Consider pursuing a postgraduate degree in a computer science-related field to open doors to higher-paying positions and increase your market value.
Ensure you stay updated with the latest software, programs, and programming languages, such as Python, to remain relevant in the rapidly evolving field of cloud engineering, as this will make you a valuable asset to employers seeking skilled professionals and can lead to higher-paying job opportunities.
Make connections by joining professional associations like the Cloud Computing Association, participating in industry events and networking, as this may provide valuable insights and potentially lead to higher-paying job prospects.
Obtain official certifications from reputable technology companies like Google or Microsoft to validate your expertise and enhance your credibility, making you a more competitive candidate and pushing you into a higher salary bracket.
When you apply for cloud engineer jobs, point out any additional qualifications you may have earned. Passing exams proves your expertise as an engineer and shows you can tackle a variety of projects. Similarly, note any memberships you have in engineering groups, such as the Cloud Computing Association. Highlight your years of experience, especially if you've worked in the field for a relatively long time. Point out your degrees and experience working in other engineering and computer science fields to show that you have a well-rounded knowledge base. List the software and programming languages that you're familiar with, such as Python and Java. Bring these arguments to the negotiation table and use them as leverage to ask for a pay rise.
About 73.68% of Cloud Engineer professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £4,590 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Cloud Engineer in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Cloud Engineer professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £34,318 and £104,753 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £58,473 following the average career path of a Cloud Engineer.