NHS IT Manager Salaries

5 SalariesUpdated 2 Oct 2019

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The typical NHS IT Manager salary is £43,239. IT Manager salaries at NHS can range from £27,259 - £124,470. This estimate is based upon 5 NHS IT Manager salary report(s) provided by employees or estimated based upon statistical methods. When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a IT Manager at NHS can expect to make an average total pay of £43,239 . See all IT Manager salaries to learn how this stacks up in the market.

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NHS Benefits

  • Sick Pay  (88 comments)

    “It helps you when your unwell as you can’t woek”

  • Annual Leave  (42 comments)

    “Rigid structuring may not allow annual leave to be taken when requested, dependent upon rota allocations”

  • Flexible Working  (33 comments)

    “You can work extra throughout the month and then use that time to leave early/ go to appointments etc”

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