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|Production Manager salaries - 21 salaries reported||£46,903/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 17 salaries reported||£59,378/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 15 salaries reported||£52,129/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 13 salaries reported||£65,031/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 11 salaries reported||£67,605/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 11 salaries reported||£33,495/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 10 salaries reported||£50,188/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 10 salaries reported||£63,057/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 10 salaries reported||£58,106/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 10 salaries reported||£49,086/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 10 salaries reported||£58,176/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 9 salaries reported||£55,156/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 8 salaries reported||£45,613/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 8 salaries reported||£47,550/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 8 salaries reported||£46,916/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 8 salaries reported||£58,871/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 8 salaries reported||£52,129/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 7 salaries reported||£30,093/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 7 salaries reported||£46,803/yr|
|Production Manager salaries - 7 salaries reported||£41,217/yr|
The average salary for a Production Manager is £51,149 per year in United Kingdom. Salaries estimates are based on 1845 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Production Manager employees in United Kingdom.
The highest salary for a Production Manager in United Kingdom is £64,691 per year.
The lowest salary for a Production Manager in United Kingdom is £41,104 per year.
Salaries for production managers are usually around the national average. However, trainee or junior production managers typically earn slightly less, while more senior roles can offer salaries somewhat above that average. They may achieve higher pay through bonuses, or other perks such as private healthcare. Production managers typically work full-time, and 40 hours per week. Sometimes they are expected to cover unsociable hours, or work overtime in order to meet deadlines.
Do you want to make a higher salary as a production manager? There are several ways to stand out as a good candidate for high-paying roles. When it comes to qualifications, it's a good idea to have a bachelor's degree in a relevant subject, such as business administration or manufacturing management. However, you’ll have a competitive edge with a master's degree in operations management and professional certified by either the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) or the Institute of Operations Management (IOM).
However, qualifications aren’t everything. Not everyone has the personality to manage a team as well as you can. A productive and motivated team is highly valued by employers and is key to getting results. Practice soft skills such as communication and productivity too to increase your earning potential as a production manager.
Knowing how to negotiate a higher salary is an important skill to learn. Whether you've just started browsing production manager jobs or are looking for a pay rise in your current role, here are a few tips. First, do a little research on what you should be asking for by browsing job listings to identify the average amount others with your qualifications and experience are making. You can usually ask for 10% more if you go into the conversation with confidence, explaining why your unique skill set make you the ideal person to handle the job. Mention any training completed and certifications you've gained, as well as your professional success stories and anything you feel makes you stand out as a candidate.
About 67.10% of Production Manager professionals feel satisfied with their salary, according to anonymous Glassdoor ratings. An additional £3,827 in potential pay per year, among other factors, can qualify the annual pay of a Production Manager in United Kingdom as a good salary.
Production Manager professionals in United Kingdom have a wide total pay range, between £34,081 and £81,533 depending on experience, with an estimated total pay of £51,149 following the average career path of a Production Manager.