Immigration Rules

Immigration Rules Appendix Skilled Occupations

Eligible occupation codes and going rates for Skilled Workers and Global Business Mobility routes

Appendix Skilled Occupations: Eligible occupation codes and going rates for the Skilled Worker and Global Business Mobility routes

  1. In this Appendix:
    1. • “SW” refers to the Skilled Worker route
    2. • “GBM” refers to the Global Business Mobility routes
    3. • “GTR” refers to the Global Business Mobility - Graduate Trainee route

Nothing in this Appendix exempts an applicant from being paid the National Minimum Wage or the National Living Wage, where these apply.

Table 1: Eligible occupation codes where going rates are based on Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) data

Going rates in Table 1 are per year and based on a 39-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor. Options A to F refer to the tradeable points options set out in Appendix Skilled Worker.

Occupation Code Related job titles Going rate (SW – option A, GBM - minimum rate) 90% of going rate (SW - option B) 80% of going rate (SW - options C and D) 70% of going rate (SW - option E, GTR - minimum rate) Eligible for PhD points (SW)? Eligible for GBM?
1115 Chief executives and senior officials • Chief executive
• Chief medical officer
• Civil servant (grade 5 and above)
• Vice president
£67,300
(£33.19 per hour)
£60,570
(£29.87 per hour)
£53,840 (£26.55 per hour) £47,110 (£23.23 per hour) Yes Yes
1121 Production managers and directors in manufacturing • Engineering manager
• Managing director (engineering)
• Operations manager (manufacturing)
• Production manager
£33,000
(£16.27 per hour)
£29,700
(£14.64 per hour)
£26,400
(£13.02 per hour)
£23,100 (£11.39 per hour) Yes Yes
1122 Production managers and directors in construction • Building Services manager
• Construction manager
• Director (building construction)
• Owner (electrical contracting)
£34,900
(£17.21 per hour)
£31,410
(£15.49 per hour)
£27,920 (£13.77 per hour) £24,430 (£12.05 per hour) Yes Yes
1123 Production managers and directors in mining and energy • Operations manager (mining, water & energy)
• Quarry manager
£37,500
(£18.49 per hour)
£33,750
(£16.64 per hour)
£30,000
(£14.79 per hour)
£26,250 (£12.94 per hour) Yes Yes
1131 Financial managers and directors • Investment banker
• Treasury manager
£43,600
(£21.50 per hour)
£39,240
(£19.35 per hour)
£34,880 (£17.20 per hour) £30,520 (£15.05 per hour) Yes Yes
1132 Marketing and sales directors • Marketing director
• Sales director
£54,900 (£27.07 per hour) £49,410 (£24.36 per hour) £43,920 (£21.66 per hour) £38,430 (£18.95 per hour) Yes Yes
1133 Purchasing managers and directors • Bid manager
• Purchasing manager
£39,300 (£19.38 per hour) £35,370 (£17.44 per hour) £31,440 (£15.50 per hour) £27,510 (£13.57 per hour) Yes Yes
1134 Advertising and public relations directors • Account director (advertising)
• Head of public relations
£45,400 (£22.39 per hour) £40,860 (£20.15 per hour) £36,320 (£17.91 per hour) £31,780 (£15.67 per hour) Yes Yes
1135 Human resource managers and directors • Human resources manager
• Personnel manager
• Recruitment manager
£36,400 (£17.95 per hour) £32,760 (£16.15 per hour) £29,120 (£14.36 per hour) £25,480 (£12.56 per hour) Yes Yes
1136 Information technology and telecommunications directors • IT Director
• Technical director (computer services)
• Telecommunications director
£56,100 (£27.66 per hour) £50,490 (£24.90 per hour) £44,880 (£22.13 per hour) £39,270 (£19.36 per hour) Yes Yes
1139 Functional managers and directors not elsewhere classified • Manager (charitable organisation)
• Research director
£40,600 (£20.02 per hour) £36,540 (£18.02 per hour) £32,480 (£16.02 per hour) £28,420 (£14.01 per hour) Yes Yes
1150 Financial institution managers and directors • Bank manager
• Insurance manager
£36,600 (£18.05 per hour) £32,940 (£16.24 per hour) £29,280 (£14.44 per hour) £25,620 (£12.63 per hour) Yes Yes
1161 Managers and directors in transport and distribution • Fleet manager
• Transport manager
£30,900 (£15.24 per hour) £27,810 (£13.71 per hour) £24,720 (£12.19 per hour) £21,630 (£10.67 per hour) Yes Yes
1162 Managers and directors in storage and warehousing • Logistics manager
• Warehouse manager
£24,300 (£11.98 per hour) £21,870 (£10.78 per hour) £19,440 (£9.59 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) Yes No
1172 Senior police officers • Chief superintendent (police service)
• Detective inspector
• Police inspector
£52,000 (£25.64 per hour) £46,800 (£23.08 per hour) £41,600 (£20.51 per hour) £36,400 (£17.95 per hour) Yes Yes
1173 Senior officers in fire, ambulance, prison and related services • Fire service officer (government)
• Prison governor
• Station officer (ambulance service)
£36,300 (£17.90 per hour) £32,670 (£16.11 per hour) £29,040 (£14.32 per hour) £25,410 (£12.53 per hour) Yes Yes
1181 Health services and public health managers and directors • Director of nursing
• Health Service manager
• Information manager (health authority: hospital service)
£38,400 (£18.93 per hour) £34,560 (£17.04 per hour) £30,720 (£15.15 per hour) £26,880 (£13.25 per hour) Yes Yes
1184 Social services managers and directors • Care manager (local government: social services)
• Service manager (welfare services)
£29,400 (£14.50 per hour) £26,460 (£13.05 per hour) £23,520 (£11.60 per hour) £20,580 (£10.15 per hour) Yes Yes
1190 Managers and directors in retail and wholesale • Managing director (retail trade)
• Retail manager
• Shop manager (charitable organisation)
• Wholesale manager
£21,900 (£10.80 per hour) £19,710 (£9.72 per hour) £17,520 (£8.64 per hour) £15,330 (£7.56 per hour) Yes No
1211 Managers and proprietors in agriculture and horticulture • Farm manager
• Farm owner
• Nursery manager (horticulture)
£25,200 (£12.43 per hour) £22,680 (£11.18 per hour) £20,160 (£9.94 per hour) £17,640 (£8.70 per hour) No No
1213 Managers and proprietors in forestry, fishing and related services • Cattery owner
• Forest manager
• Racehorse trainer
£21,200 (£10.45 per hour) £19,080 (£9.41 per hour) £16,960 (£8.36 per hour) £14,840 (£7.32 per hour) No No
1221 Hotel and accommodation managers and proprietors • Caravan park owner
• Hotel manager
• Landlady (boarding, guest, lodging house)
£21,800 (£10.75 per hour) £19,620 (£9.67 per hour) £17,440 (£8.60 per hour) £15,260 (£7.52 per hour) No No
1223 Restaurant and catering establishment managers and proprietors • Café owner
• Fish & chip shopkeeper
• Operations manager (catering)
• Restaurant manager
• Shop manager (take-away food shop)
£21,000 (£10.36 per hour) £18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £16,800 (£8.28 per hour) £14,700 (£7.25 per hour) No No
1224 Publicans and managers of licensed premises • Landlady (public house)
• Licensee
• Manager (wine bar)
• Publican
£20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,630 (£9.19 per hour) £16,560 (£8.17 per hour) £14,490 (£7.14 per hour) No No
1225 Leisure and sports managers • Amusement arcade owner
• Leisure centre manager
• Social club manager
• Theatre manager
£24,200 (£11.93 per hour) £21,780 (£10.74 per hour) £19,360 (£9.55 per hour) £16,940 (£8.35 per hour) No No
1226 Travel agency managers and proprietors • Tourist information manager
• Travel agency owner
• Travel manager
£24,800 (£12.23 per hour) £22,320 (£11.01 per hour) £19,840 (£9.78 per hour) £17,360 (£8.56 per hour) No No
1241 Health care practice managers • Clinic manager
• GP practice manager
• Veterinary practice manager
£25,500 (£12.57 per hour) £22,950 (£11.32 per hour) £20,400 (£10.06 per hour) £17,850 (£8.80 per hour) No No
1242 Residential, day and domiciliary care managers and proprietors • Care manager
• Day centre manager
• Nursing home owner
• Residential manager (residential home)
£26,700 (£13.17 per hour) £24,030 (£11.85 per hour) £21,360 (£10.53 per hour) £18,690 (£9.22 per hour) No No
1251 Property, housing and estate managers • Estate manager
• Facilities manager
• Landlord (property management)
• Property manager
£26,300 (£12.97 per hour) £23,670 (£11.67 per hour) £21,040 (£10.37 per hour) £18,410 (£9.08 per hour) No No
1252 Garage managers and proprietors • Garage director
• Garage owner
• Manager (repairing: motor vehicles)
£30,200 (£14.89 per hour) £27,180 (£13.40 per hour) £24,160 (£11.91 per hour) £21,140 (£10.42 per hour) No No
1253 Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietors • Hairdressing salon owner
• Health and fitness manager
• Manager (beauty salon)
£19,300 (£9.52 per hour) £17,370 (£8.57 per hour) £15,440 (£7.61 per hour) £13,510 (£6.66 per hour) No No
1254 Shopkeepers and proprietors - wholesale and retail • Antiques dealer
• Fashion retailer
• Newsagent
• Shopkeeper
£24,600 (£12.13 per hour) £22,140 (£10.92 per hour) £19,680 (£9.70 per hour) £17,220 (£8.49 per hour) No No
1255 Waste disposal and environmental services managers • Environmental manager (refuse disposal)
• Manager (local government: cleansing dept.)
• Recycling plant manager
• Scrap metal dealer
£32,900 (£16.22 per hour) £29,610 (£14.60 per hour) £26,320 (£12.98 per hour) £23,030 (£11.36 per hour) No No
1259 Managers and proprietors in other services not elsewhere classified • Betting shop manager
• Graphic design classified manager
• Library manager
• Plant hire manager
• Production manager (entertainment)
£22,700 (£11.19 per hour) £20,430 (£10.07 per hour) £18,160 (£8.95 per hour) £15,890 (£7.84 per hour) No No
2111 Chemical Scientists • Analytical chemist
• Chemist
• Development chemist
• Industrial chemist
• Research chemist
£26,700 (£13.17 per hour) £24,030 (£11.85 per hour) £21,360 (£10.53 per hour) £18,690 (£9.22 per hour) Yes Yes
2112 Biological scientists and biochemists • Biomedical scientist
• Forensic scientist
• Horticulturist
• Microbiologist
• Pathologist
£29,700 (£14.64 per hour) £26,730 (£13.18 per hour) £23,760 (£11.72 per hour) £20,790 (£10.25 per hour) Yes Yes
2113 Physical scientists • Geologist
• Geophysicist
• Medical physicist
• Meteorologist
• Oceanographer
• Physicist
• Seismologist
£36,500 (£18.00 per hour) £32,850 (£16.20 per hour) £29,200 (£14.40 per hour) £25,550 (£12.60 per hour) Yes Yes
2114 Social and humanities scientists • Anthropologist
• Archaeologist
• Criminologist
• Epidemiologist
• Geographer
• Historian
• Political scientist
• Social scientist
£25,900 (£12.77 per hour) £23,310 (£11.49 per hour) £20,720 (£10.22 per hour) £18,130 (£8.94 per hour) Yes Yes
2119 Natural and social science professionals not elsewhere classified

For Skilled Worker purposes, occupation code 2119 includes researchers in research organisations other than universities.
• Operational research scientist
• Research associate (medical)
• Research fellow
• Researcher
• Scientific officer
• Scientist
• Sports scientist
• University researcher
£33,000 (£16.27 per hour) £29,700 (£14.64 per hour) £26,400 (£13.02 per hour) £23,100 (£11.39 per hour) Yes Yes
2121 Civil engineers • Building engineer
• Civil engineer (professional)
• Highways engineer
• Petroleum engineer
• Public health engineer
• Site engineer
• Structural engineer
£35,000 (£17.26 per hour) £31,500 (£15.53 per hour) £28,000 (£13.81 per hour) £24,500 (£12.08 per hour) Yes Yes
2122 Mechanical engineers • Aeronautical engineer (professional)
• Aerospace engineer
• Automotive engineer (professional)
• Marine engineer (professional)
• Mechanical engineer (professional)
£33,400 (£16.47 per hour) £30,060 (£14.82 per hour) £26,720 (£13.18 per hour) £23,380 (£11.53 per hour) Yes Yes
2123 Electrical engineers • Electrical engineer (professional)
• Electrical surveyor
• Equipment engineer
• Power engineer
• Signal engineer (railways)
£37,000 (£18.24 per hour) £33,300 (£16.42 per hour) £29,600 (£14.60 per hour) £25,900 (£12.77 per hour) Yes Yes
2124 Electronics engineers • Avionics engineer
• Broadcasting engineer (professional)
• Electronics engineer (professional)
• Microwave engineer
• Telecommunications engineer (professional)
£34,700 (£17.11 per hour) £31,230 (£15.40 per hour) £27,760 (£13.69 per hour) £24,290 (£11.98 per hour) Yes Yes
2126 Design and development engineers • Clinical engineer
• Design engineer
• Development engineer
• Ergonomist
• Research and development engineer
£34,100 (£16.81 per hour) £30,690 (£15.13 per hour) £27,280 (£13.45 per hour) £23,870 (£11.77 per hour) Yes Yes
2127 Production and process engineers • Chemical engineer
• Industrial engineer
• Process engineer
• Production consultant
• Production engineer
£33,100 (£16.32 per hour) £29,790 (£14.69 per hour) £26,480 (£13.06 per hour) £23,170 (£11.43 per hour) Yes Yes
2129 Engineering professionals not elsewhere classified • Acoustician (professional)
• Ceramicist
• Food technologist
• Metallurgist
• Patent agent
• Project engineer
• Scientific consultant
• Technical engineer
• Technologist
• Traffic engineer
£32,700 (£16.12 per hour) £29,430 (£14.51 per hour) £26,160 (£12.90 per hour) £22,890 (£11.29 per hour) Yes Yes
2133 IT specialist managers • Data centre manager
• IT manager
• IT support manager
• Network operations manager (computer services)
• Service delivery manager
£38,000 (£18.74 per hour) £34,200 (£16.86 per hour) £30,400 (£14.99 per hour) £26,600 (£13.12 per hour) Yes Yes
2134 IT project and programme managers • Implementation manager (computing)
• IT project manager
• Programme manager (computing)
• Project leader (software design)
£40,000 (£19.72 per hour) £36,000 (£17.75 per hour) £32,000 (£15.78 per hour) £28,000 (£13.81 per hour) Yes Yes
2135 IT business analysts, architects and systems designers • Business analyst (computing)
• Data communications analyst
• Systems analyst
• Systems consultant
• Technical analyst (computing)
• Technical architect
£36,600 (£18.05 per hour) £32,940 (£16.24 per hour) £29,280 (£14.44 per hour) £25,620 (£12.63 per hour) Yes Yes
2136 Programmers and software development professionals • Analyst-programmer
• Database developer
• Games programmer
• Programmer
• Software engineer
£33,300 (£16.42 per hour) £29,970 (£14.78 per hour) £26,640 (£13.14 per hour) £23,310 (£11.49 per hour) Yes Yes
2137 Web design and development professionals • Internet developer
• Multimedia developer
• Web design consultant
• Web designer
£26,000 (£12.82 per hour) £23,400 (£11.54 per hour) £20,800 (£10.26 per hour) £18,200 (£8.97 per hour) Yes Yes
2139 Information technology and telecommunications professionals not elsewhere classified • IT consultant
• Quality analyst (computing)
• Software tester
• Systems tester (computing)
• Telecommunications planner
£31,800 (£15.68 per hour) £28,620 (£14.11 per hour) £25,440 (£12.54 per hour) £22,260 (£10.98 per hour) Yes Yes
2141 Conservation professionals • Conservation officer
• Ecologist
• Energy conservation officer
• Heritage manager
• Marine conservationist
£23,600 (£11.64 per hour) £21,240 (£10.47 per hour) £18,880 (£9.31 per hour) £16,520 (£8.15 per hour) Yes Yes
2142 Environment professionals • Energy manager
• Environmental consultant
• Environmental engineer
• Environmental protection officer
• Environmental scientist
• Landfill engineer
£27,900 (£13.76 per hour) £25,110 (£12.38 per hour) £22,320 (£11.01 per hour) £19,530 (£9.63 per hour) Yes Yes
2150 Research and development managers • Creative manager (research and development)
• Design manager
• Market research manager
• Research manager (broadcasting)
£38,200 (£18.84 per hour) £34,380 (£16.95 per hour) £30,560 (£15.07 per hour) £26,740 (£13.19 per hour) Yes Yes
2216 Veterinarians • Veterinarian
• Veterinary practitioner
• Veterinary surgeon
£32,500 (£16.03 per hour) £29,250 (£14.42 per hour) £26,000 (£12.82 per hour) £22,750 (£11.22 per hour) Yes Yes
2311 Higher education teaching professionals • Fellow (university)
• Lecturer (higher education, university)
• Professor (higher education, university)
• Tutor (higher education, university)
• University lecturer
£40,700 (£20.07 per hour) £36,630 (£18.06 per hour) £32,560 (£16.06 per hour) £28,490 (£14.05 per hour) Yes Yes
2317 Senior professionals of educational establishments • Administrator (higher education, university)
• Bursar
• Head teacher (primary school)
• Principal (further education)
• Registrar (educational establishments)
£39,000 (£19.23 per hour) £35,100 (£17.31 per hour) £31,200 (£15.38 per hour) £27,300 (£13.46 per hour) Yes Yes
2318 Education advisers and school inspectors • Curriculum adviser
• Education adviser
• Education officer
• School inspector
£25,500 (£12.57 per hour) £22,950 (£11.32 per hour) £20,400 (£10.06 per hour) £17,850 (£8.80 per hour) Yes Yes
2319 Teaching and other educational professionals not elsewhere classified • Adult education tutor
• Education consultant
• Music teacher
• Nursery manager (day nursery)
• Owner (nursery: children’s)
• Private tutor
• TEFL
£21,300 (£10.50 per hour) £19,170 (£9.45 per hour) £17,040 (£8.40 per hour) £14,910 (£7.35 per hour) Yes Yes
2412 Barristers and judges • Advocate
• Barrister
• Chairman (appeals tribunal, inquiry)
• Coroner
• Crown prosecutor
• District judge
£29,600 (£14.60 per hour) £26,640 (£13.14 per hour) £23,680 (£11.68 per hour) £20,720 (£10.22 per hour) Yes Yes
2413 Solicitors • Managing clerk (qualified solicitor)
• Solicitor
• Solicitor-partner
• Solicitor to the council
£34,300 (£16.91 per hour) £30,870 (£15.22 per hour) £27,440 (£13.53 per hour) £24,010 (£11.84 per hour) Yes Yes
2419 Legal professionals not elsewhere classified • Attorney
• Justice’s clerk
• Lawyer
• Legal adviser
• Legal consultant
• Legal counsel
• Solicitor’s clerk (articled)
£49,700 (£24.51 per hour) £44,730 (£22.06 per hour) £39,760 (£19.61 per hour) £34,790 (£17.15 per hour) Yes Yes
2421 Chartered and certified accountants • Accountant (qualified)
• Auditor (qualified)
• Chartered accountant
• Company accountant
• Cost accountant (qualified)
• Financial controller (qualified)
• Management accountant (qualified)
£30,000 (£14.79 per hour) £27,000 (£13.31 per hour) £24,000 (£11.83 per hour) £21,000 (£10.36 per hour) Yes Yes
2423 Management consultants and business analysts • Business adviser
• Business consultant
• Business continuity manager
• Financial risk analyst
• Management consultant
£30,900 (£15.24 per hour) £27,810 (£13.71 per hour) £24,720 (£12.19 per hour) £21,630 (£10.67 per hour) Yes Yes
2424 Business and financial project management professionals • Chief knowledge officer
• Contracts manager (security services)
• Project manager
• Research support officer
£37,300 (£18.39 per hour) £33,570 (£16.55 per hour) £29,840 (£14.71 per hour) £26,110 (£12.87 per hour) Yes Yes
2425 Actuaries, economists and statisticians • Actuarial consultant
• Actuary
• Economist
• Statistician
• Statistical analyst
£32,800 (£16.17 per hour) £29,520 (£14.56 per hour) £26,240 (£12.94 per hour) £22,960 (£11.32 per hour) Yes Yes
2426 Business and related research professionals • Crime analyst (police force)
• Fellow (research)
• Games researcher (broadcasting)
• Inventor
£29,700 (£14.64 per hour) £26,730 (£13.18 per hour) £23,760 (£11.72 per hour) £20,790 (£10.25 per hour) Yes Yes
2429 Business, research and administrative professionals not elsewhere classified • Civil servant (grade 6, 7)
• Company secretary (qualified)
• Policy adviser (government)
• Registrar (government)
£33,700 (£16.62 per hour) £30,330 (£14.96 per hour) £26,960 (£13.29 per hour) £23,590 (£11.63 per hour) Yes Yes
2431 Architects • Architect
• Architectural consultant
• Chartered architect
• Landscape architect
£35,000 (£17.26 per hour) £31,500 (£15.53 per hour) £28,000 (£13.81 per hour) £24,500 (£12.08 per hour) Yes Yes
2432 Town planning officers • Planning officer (local government: building and contracting)
• Town planner
• Town planning consultant
£28,500 (£14.05 per hour) £25,650 (£12.65 per hour) £22,800 (£11.24 per hour) £19,950 (£9.84 per hour) Yes Yes
2433 Quantity surveyors • Quantity surveyor
• Surveyor (quantity surveying)
£30,600 (£15.09 per hour) £27,540 (£13.58 per hour) £24,480 (£12.07 per hour) £21,420 (£10.56 per hour) Yes Yes
2434 Chartered surveyors • Building surveyor
• Chartered surveyor
• Hydrographic surveyor
• Land surveyor
£30,200 (£14.89 per hour) £27,180 (£13.40 per hour) £24,160 (£11.91 per hour) £21,140 (£10.42 per hour) Yes Yes
2435 Chartered architectural technologists • Architectural technologist £27,900 (£13.76 per hour) £25,110 (£12.38 per hour) £22,320 (£11.01 per hour) £19,530 (£9.63 per hour) Yes Yes
2436 Construction project managers and related professionals • Contract manager (building construction)
• Project manager (building construction)
• Transport planner
£28,700 (£14.15 per hour) £25,830 (£12.74 per hour) £22,960 (£11.32 per hour) £20,090 (£9.91 per hour) Yes Yes
2443 Probation officers • Inspector (National Probation Service)
• Probation officer
• Youth justice officer
£28,700 (£14.15 per hour) £25,830 (£12.74 per hour) £22,960 (£11.32 per hour) £20,090 (£9.91 per hour) Yes Yes
2449 Welfare professionals not elsewhere classified • Children’s guardian
• Rehabilitation officer
• Social services officer
• Youth worker (professional)
£24,000 (£11.83 per hour) £21,600 (£10.65 per hour) £19,200 (£9.47 per hour) £16,800 (£8.28 per hour) Yes Yes
2451 Librarians • Chartered librarian
• Librarian
• Technical librarian
• University librarian
£21,800 (£10.75 per hour) £19,620 (£9.67 per hour) £17,440 (£8.60 per hour) £15,260 (£7.52 per hour) Yes Yes
2452 Archivists and curators • Archivist
• Conservator
• Curator
• Keeper (art gallery)
• Museum officer
£23,600 (£11.64 per hour) £21,240 (£10.47 per hour) £18,880 (£9.31 per hour) £16,520 (£8.15 per hour) Yes Yes
2461 Quality control and planning engineers • Planning engineer
• Quality assurance engineer
• Quality control officer (professional)
• Quality engineer
£30,500 (£15.04 per hour) £27,450 (£13.54 per hour) £24,400 (£12.03 per hour) £21,350 (£10.53 per hour) Yes Yes
2462 Quality assurance and regulatory professionals • Compliance manager
• Financial regulator
• Patent attorney
• Quality assurance manager
• Quality manager
£33,200 (£16.37 per hour) £29,880 (£14.73 per hour) £26,560 (£13.10 per hour) £23,240 (£11.46 per hour) Yes Yes
2463 Environmental health professionals • Air pollution inspector
• Environmental health officer
• Food inspector
• Public health inspector
• Technical officer (environmental health)
£29,600 (£14.60 per hour) £26,640 (£13.14 per hour) £23,680 (£11.68 per hour) £20,720 (£10.22 per hour) Yes Yes
2471 Journalists, newspaper and periodical editors • Broadcast journalist
• Editor
• Journalist
• Radio journalist
• Reporter
£26,500 (£13.07 per hour) £23,850 (£11.76 per hour) £21,200 (£10.45 per hour) £18,550 (£9.15 per hour) Yes Yes
2472 Public relations professionals • Account manager (public relations)
• Information officer (public relations)
• PR consultant
• Press officer
• Public relations officer
£25,700 (£12.67 per hour) £23,130 (£11.41 per hour) £20,560 (£10.14 per hour) £17,990 (£8.87 per hour) Yes Yes
2473 Advertising accounts managers and creative directors • Account manager (advertising)
• Advertising Manager
• Campaign Manager
• Creative Director
• Projects Manager (advertising)
£31,900 (£15.73 per hour) £28,710 (£14.16 per hour) £25,520 (£12.58 per hour) £22,330 (£11.01 per hour) Yes Yes
3111 Laboratory technicians • Laboratory analyst
• Laboratory technician
• Medical laboratory assistant
• Scientific technician
• Water tester
£18,200 (£8.97 per hour) £16,380 (£8.08 per hour) £14,560 (£7.18 per hour) £12,740 (£6.28 per hour) Yes No
3112 Electrical and electronics technicians • Avionics technician
• Electrical technician
• Electronics technician
• Installation engineer (Electricity Supplier)
£28,100 (£13.86 per hour) £25,290 (£12.47 per hour) £22,480 (£11.08 per hour) £19,670 (£9.70 per hour) Yes No
3113 Engineering technicians • Aircraft technician
• Commissioning engineer
• Engineering technician
• Manufacturing engineer
• Mechanical technician
£27,300 (£13.46 per hour) £24,570 (£12.12 per hour) £21,840 (£10.77 per hour) £19,110 (£9.42 per hour) Yes No
3114 Building and civil engineering technicians • Building services consultant
• Civil engineering technician
• Survey technician
• Technical assistant (civil engineering)
£23,400 (£11.54 per hour) £21,060 (£10.38 per hour) £18,720 (£9.23 per hour) £16,380 (£8.08 per hour) Yes No
3115 Quality assurance technicians • Quality assurance technician
• Quality control technician
• Quality officer
• Quality technician
• Test technician
£23,600 (£11.64 per hour) £21,240 (£10.47 per hour) £18,880 (£9.31 per hour) £16,520 (£8.15 per hour) Yes No
3116 Planning, process and production technicians • Process technician
• Production controller
• Production planner
• Production technician
£25,200 (£12.43 per hour) £22,680 (£11.18 per hour) £20,160 (£9.94 per hour) £17,640 (£8.70 per hour) Yes No
3119 Science, engineering and production technicians not elsewhere classified • School technician
• Technical assistant
• Technician
• Textile consultant
• Workshop technician
£22,000 (£10.85 per hour) £19,800 (£9.76 per hour) £17,600 (£8.68 per hour) £15,400 (£7.59 per hour) Yes No
3121 Architectural and town planning technicians • Architectural assistant
• Architectural technician
• Construction planner
• Planning enforcement officer
£23,800 (£11.74 per hour) £21,420 (£10.56 per hour) £19,040 (£9.39 per hour) £16,660 (£8.21 per hour) Yes No
3122 Draughtspersons • CAD operator
• Cartographer
• Design technician
• Draughtsman
£25,800 (£12.72 per hour) £23,220 (£11.45 per hour) £20,640 (£10.18 per hour) £18,060 (£8.91 per hour) Yes No
3131 IT operations technicians • Computer games tester
• Database administrator
• IT technician
• Network administrator
• Systems administrator
£24,500 (£12.08 per hour) £22,050 (£10.87 per hour) £19,600 (£9.66 per hour) £17,150 (£8.46 per hour) Yes No
3132 IT user support technicians • Customer support analyst
• Help desk operator
• IT support technician
• Systems support officer
£24,400 (£12.03 per hour) £21,960 (£10.83 per hour) £19,520 (£9.63 per hour) £17,080 (£8.42 per hour) Yes No
3216 Dispensing opticians • Dispensing optician
• Optical dispenser
£18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) £15,120 (£7.46 per hour) £13,230 (£6.52 per hour) No No
3217 Pharmaceutical technicians • Dispensing technician
• Pharmaceutical technician
• Pharmacy technician
£20,300 (£10.01 per hour) £18,270 (£9.01 per hour) £16,240 (£8.01 per hour) £14,210 (£7.01 per hour) No No
3231 Youth and community workers • Community development officer
• Youth and community worker
• Youth project coordinator
• Youth worker
£22,200 (£10.95 per hour) £19,980 (£9.85 per hour) £17,760 (£8.76 per hour) £15,540 (£7.66 per hour) No No
3234 Housing officers • Housing adviser
• Housing officer
• Homeless prevention officer
• Housing support officer
£24,200 (£11.93 per hour) £21,780 (£10.74 per hour) £19,360 (£9.55 per hour) £16,940 (£8.35 per hour) No No
3235 Counsellors • Counsellor (welfare services)
• Debt adviser
• Drugs and alcohol counsellor
• Student counsellor
£20,800 (£10.26 per hour) £18,720 (£9.23 per hour) £16,640 (£8.21 per hour) £14,560 (£7.18 per hour) No No
3239 Welfare and housing associate professionals not elsewhere classified • Day centre officer
• Health coordinator
• Key worker (welfare services)
• Outreach worker (welfare services)
• Probation services officer
• Project worker (welfare services)
£20,900 (£10.31 per hour) £18,810 (£9.28 per hour) £16,720 (£8.24 per hour) £14,630 (£7.21 per hour) No No
3312 Police officers (sergeant and below) • Detective (police service)
• Police constable
• Police officer
• Sergeant
• Transport police officer
£35,400 (£17.46 per hour) £31,860 (£15.71 per hour) £28,320 (£13.96 per hour) £24,780 (£12.22 per hour) No No
3313 Fire service officers (watch manager and below) • Fire engineer
• Fire safety officer
• Firefighter
• Watch manager (fire service)
£32,200 (£15.88 per hour) £28,980 (£14.29 per hour) £25,760 (£12.70 per hour) £22,540 (£11.11 per hour) No No
3319 Protective service associate professionals not elsewhere classified • Customs officer
• Immigration officer
• Operations manager (security services)
• Scenes of crime officer
• Security manager
£29,900 (£14.74 per hour) £26,910 (£13.27 per hour) £23,920 (£11.79 per hour) £20,930 (£10.32 per hour) No No
3411 Artists • Artist
• Illustrator
• Portrait painter
• Sculptor
£21,000 (£10.36 per hour) £18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £16,800 (£8.28 per hour) £14,700 (£7.25 per hour) No No
3412 Authors, writers and translators • Copywriter
• Editor (books)
• Interpreter
• Technical author
• Translator
• Writer
£25,600 (£12.62 per hour) £23,040 (£11.36 per hour) £20,480 (£10.10 per hour) £17,920 (£8.84 per hour) No No
3413 Actors, entertainers and presenters • Actor
• Disc jockey
• Entertainer
• Presenter (broadcasting)
• Singer
£32,200 (£15.88 per hour) £28,980 (£14.29 per hour) £25,760 (£12.70 per hour) £22,540 (£11.11 per hour) No No
3414 Dancers and choreographers • Ballet dancer
• Choreographer
• Dancer
• Dance teacher
£29,800 (£14.69 per hour) £26,820 (£13.22 per hour) £23,840 (£11.76 per hour) £20,860 (£10.29 per hour) No No
3415 Musicians • Composer
• Musician
• Organist
• Pianist
• Song writer
• Violinist
£27,500 (£13.56 per hour) £24,750 (£12.20 per hour) £22,000 (£10.85 per hour) £19,250 (£9.49 per hour) No Yes
3416 Arts officers, producers and directors • Film editor
• Production assistant (broadcasting)
• Studio manager
• Television producer
• Theatrical agent
£30,000 (£14.79 per hour) £27,000 (£13.31 per hour) £24,000 (£11.83 per hour) £21,000 (£10.36 per hour) No Yes
3417 Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operators • Audio visual technician
• Cameraman
• Photographer
• Projectionist
• Sound engineer
• Theatre technician (entertainment)
£21,100 (£10.40 per hour) £18,990 (£9.36 per hour) £16,880 (£8.32 per hour) £14,770 (£7.28 per hour) No No
3421 Graphic designers • Commercial artist
• Designer (advertising)
• Graphic artist
• Graphic designer
• MAC operator
£23,500 (£11.59 per hour) £21,150 (£10.43 per hour) £18,800 (£9.27 per hour) £16,450 (£8.11 per hour) No No
3422 Product, clothing and related designers • Design consultant
• Fashion designer
• Furniture designer
• Interior designer
• Kitchen designer
• Textile designer
£25,400 (£12.52 per hour) £22,860 (£11.27 per hour) £20,320 (£10.02 per hour) £17,780 (£8.77 per hour) No No
3443 Fitness instructors • Aerobics instructor
• Fitness instructor
• Gym instructor
• Lifestyle consultant
• Personal trainer
• Pilates instructor
£15,600 (£7.69 per hour) £14,040 (£6.92 per hour) £12,480 (£6.15 per hour) £10,920 (£5.38 per hour) No No
3511 Air traffic controllers • Air traffic control officer
• Air traffic controller
• Air traffic services assistant
• Flight planner
£82,400 (£40.63 per hour) £74,160 (£36.57 per hour) £65,920 (£32.50 per hour) £57,680 (£28.44 per hour) No No
3512 Aircraft pilots and flight engineers • Airline pilot
• First officer (airlines)
• Flight engineer
• Flying instructor
• Helicopter pilot
£60,800 (£29.98 per hour) £54,720 (£26.98 per hour) £48,640 (£23.98 per hour) £42,560 (£20.99 per hour) No Yes
3513 Ship and hovercraft officers • Chief engineer (shipping)
• Marine engineer (shipping)
• Merchant navy officer
• Petty officer
• Tug master
• Yacht skipper
£32,900 (£16.22 per hour) £29,610 (£14.60 per hour) £26,320 (£12.98 per hour) £23,030 (£11.36 per hour) No No
3520 Legal associate professionals • Barrister’s clerk
• Compliance officer
• Conveyancer
• Legal executive
• Litigator
• Paralegal
£21,900 (£10.80 per hour) £19,710 (£9.72 per hour) £17,520 (£8.64 per hour) £15,330 (£7.56 per hour) No No
3531 Estimators, valuers and assessors • Claims assessor
• Claims investigator
• Engineering surveyor
• Estimator
• Loss adjuster
• Valuer
£25,800 (£12.72 per hour) £23,220 (£11.45 per hour) £20,640 (£10.18 per hour) £18,060 (£8.91 per hour) No No
3532 Brokers • Foreign exchange dealer
• Insurance broker
• Investment administrator
• Stockbroker
• Trader (stock exchange)
£46,900 (£23.13 per hour) £42,210 (£20.81 per hour) £37,520 (£18.50 per hour) £32,830 (£16.19 per hour) No Yes
3533 Insurance underwriters • Account handler (insurance)
• Commercial underwriter
• Insurance inspector
• Mortgage underwriter
• Underwriter
£27,100 (£13.36 per hour) £24,390 (£12.03 per hour) £21,680 (£10.69 per hour) £18,970 (£9.35 per hour) No No
3534 Finance and investment analysts and advisers • Financial adviser
• Financial analyst
• Financial consultant
• Mortgage adviser
• Pensions consultant
£29,400 (£14.50 per hour) £26,460 (£13.05 per hour) £23,520 (£11.60 per hour) £20,580 (£10.15 per hour) No Yes
3535 Taxation experts • Tax adviser
• Tax consultant
• Tax inspector
• Taxation specialist
£38,000 (£18.74 per hour) £34,200 (£16.86 per hour) £30,400 (£14.99 per hour) £26,600 (£13.12 per hour) No Yes
3536 Importers and exporters • Export controller
• Export coordinator
• Exporter
• Import agent
• Importer
£22,300 (£11.00 per hour) £20,070 (£9.90 per hour) £17,840 (£8.80 per hour) £15,610 (£7.70 per hour) No No
3537 Financial and accounting technicians • Accounting technician
• Business associate (banking)
• Financial controller
• Insolvency administrator
• Managing clerk (accountancy)
£32,500 (£16.03 per hour) £29,250 (£14.42 per hour) £26,000 (£12.82 per hour) £22,750 (£11.22 per hour) No No
3538 Financial accounts managers • Accounts manager
• Audit manager
• Credit manager
• Fund manager
• Relationship manager (bank)
£29,100 (£14.35 per hour) £26,190 (£12.91 per hour) £23,280 (£11.48 per hour) £20,370 (£10.04 per hour) No Yes
3539 Business and related associate professionals not elsewhere classified • Business systems analyst
• Data analyst
• Marine consultant
• Planning assistant
• Project administrator
• Project coordinator
£23,300 (£11.49 per hour) £20,970 (£10.34 per hour) £18,640 (£9.19 per hour) £16,310 (£8.04 per hour) No No
3541 Buyers and procurement officers • Buyer
• Procurement officer
• Purchasing consultant
£25,500 (£12.57 per hour) £22,950 (£11.32 per hour) £20,400 (£10.06 per hour) £17,850 (£8.80 per hour) No No
3542 Business sales executives • Corporate account executive
• Sales agent
• Sales consultant
• Sales executive
• Technical representative
£25,800 (£12.72 per hour) £23,220 (£11.45 per hour) £20,640 (£10.18 per hour) £18,060 (£8.91 per hour) No No
3543 Marketing associate professionals • Business development executive
• Fundraiser
• Market research analyst
• Marketing consultant
• Marketing executive
£24,400 (£12.03 per hour) £21,960 (£10.83 per hour) £19,520 (£9.63 per hour) £17,080 (£8.42 per hour) No No
3544 Estate agents and auctioneers • Auctioneer
• Auctioneer and valuer
• Estate agent
• Letting agent
• Property consultant
£20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,630 (£9.19 per hour) £16,560 (£8.17 per hour) £14,490 (£7.14 per hour) No No
3545 Sales accounts and business development managers • Account manager (sales)
• Area sales manager
• Business development manager
• Product development manager
• Sales manager
£35,400 (£17.46 per hour) £31,860 (£15.71 per hour) £28,320 (£13.96 per hour) £24,780 (£12.22 per hour) No Yes
3546 Conference and exhibition managers and organisers • Conference coordinator
• Event organiser
• Events manager
• Exhibition organiser
• Hospitality manager
£22,900 (£11.29 per hour) £20,610 (£10.16 per hour) £18,320 (£9.03 per hour) £16,030 (£7.90 per hour) No No
3550 Conservation and environmental associate professionals • Conservation worker
• Countryside ranger
• National park warden
• Park ranger
£20,900 (£10.31 per hour) £18,810 (£9.28 per hour) £16,720 (£8.24 per hour) £14,630 (£7.21 per hour) No No
3561 Public services associate professionals • Higher executive officer (government)
• Principle revenue officer (local government)
• Senior executive officer (government)
£29,800 (£14.69 per hour) £26,820 (£13.22 per hour) £23,840 (£11.76 per hour) £20,860 (£10.29 per hour) No No
3562 Human resources and industrial relations officers • Employment adviser
• Human resources officer
• Personnel officer
• Recruitment consultant
£23,500 (£11.59 per hour) £21,150 (£10.43 per hour) £18,800 (£9.27 per hour) £16,450 (£8.11 per hour) No No
3563 Vocational and industrial trainers and instructors • IT trainer
• NVQ assessor
• Technical instructor
• Training consultant
• Training manager
£23,400 (£11.54 per hour) £21,060 (£10.38 per hour) £18,720 (£9.23 per hour) £16,380 (£8.08 per hour) No No
3564 Careers advisers and vocational guidance specialists • Careers adviser
• Careers consultant
• Careers teacher
• Placement officer
£24,500 (£12.08 per hour) £22,050 (£10.87 per hour) £19,600 (£9.66 per hour) £17,150 (£8.46 per hour) No No
3565 Inspectors of standards and regulations • Building inspector
• Driving examiner
• Housing inspector
• Meat hygiene inspector
• Trading standards officer
£26,600 (£13.12 per hour) £23,940 (£11.80 per hour) £21,280 (£10.49 per hour) £18,620 (£9.18 per hour) No No
3567 Health and safety officers • Fire protection engineer (professional)
• Health and safety officer
• Occupational hygienist
• Safety consultant
• Safety officer
£29,500 (£14.55 per hour) £26,550 (£13.09 per hour) £23,600 (£11.64 per hour) £20,650 (£10.18 per hour) No No
4112 National government administrative occupations • Administrative assistant (courts of justice)
• Administrative officer (government)
• Civil servant (EO)
• Clerk (government)
• Revenue officer (government)
£22,400 (£11.05 per hour) £20,160 (£9.94 per hour) £17,920 (£8.84 per hour) £15,680 (£7.73 per hour) No No
4114 Officers of nongovernmental organisations • Administrator (charitable organisation)
• Organiser (trade union)
• Secretary (research association)
• Trade union official
£22,900 (£11.29 per hour) £20,610 (£10.16 per hour) £18,320 (£9.03 per hour) £16,030 (£7.90 per hour) No No
4134 Transport and distribution clerks and assistants • Export clerk
• Logistics controller
• Shipping clerk
• Transport administrator
• Transport clerk
• Transport coordinator
£20,600 (£10.16 per hour) £18,540 (£9.14 per hour) £16,480 (£8.13 per hour) £14,420 (£7.11 per hour) No No
4151 Sales administrators • Marketing administrator
• Sales administrator
• Sales clerk
• Sales coordinator
£18,700 (£9.22 per hour) £16,830 (£8.30 per hour) £14,960 (£7.38 per hour) £13,090 (£6.45 per hour) No No
4161 Office managers • Business support manager
• Delivery office manager
• Office manager
• Practice manager
• Sales administration manager
• Sales office manager
£25,000 (£12.33 per hour) £22,500 (£11.09 per hour) £20,000 (£9.86 per hour) £17,500 (£8.63 per hour) No No
4214 Company secretaries • Assistant secretary
• Club secretary
• Company secretary
£19,500 (£9.62 per hour) £17,550 (£8.65 per hour) £15,600 (£7.69 per hour) £13,650 (£6.73 per hour) No No
4215 Personal assistants and other secretaries • Executive assistant
• PA-secretary
• Personal assistant
• Personal secretary
• Secretary
£22,000 (£10.85 per hour) £19,800 (£9.76 per hour) £17,600 (£8.68 per hour) £15,400 (£7.59 per hour) No No
5111 Farmers • Agricultural contractor
• Agricultural technician
• Crofter (farming)
• Farmer
• Herd manager
£20,100 (£9.91 per hour) £18,090 (£8.92 per hour) £16,080 (£7.93 per hour) £14,070 (£6.94 per hour) No No
5112 Horticultural trades • Grower
• Horticulturalist (market gardening)
• Market Gardener
• Nursery Assistant (agriculture)
• Nurseryman
£17,000 (£8.38 per hour) £15,300 (£7.54 per hour) £13,600 (£6.71 per hour) £11,900 (£5.87 per hour) No No
5113 Gardeners and landscape gardeners • Garden designer
• Gardener
• Gardener-handyman
• Landscape gardener
£18,600 (£9.17 per hour) £16,740 (£8.25 per hour) £14,880 (£7.34 per hour) £13,020 (£6.42 per hour) No No
5114 Grounds-men and greenkeepers • Greenkeeper
• Groundsman
• Groundsperson
£17,700 (£8.73 per hour) £15,930 (£7.86 per hour) £14,160 (£6.98 per hour) £12,390 (£6.11 per hour) No No
5119 Agricultural and fishing trades not elsewhere classified • Aboricultural consultant
• Bee farmer
• Gamekeeper
• Share fisherman
• Trawler skipper
• Tree surgeon
£18,800 (£9.27 per hour) £16,920 (£8.34 per hour) £15,040 (£7.42 per hour) £13,160 (£6.49 per hour) No No
5211 Smiths and forge workers • Blacksmith
• Chain repairer
• Farrier
• Pewtersmith
• Steel presser
£20,400 (£10.06 per hour) £18,360 (£9.05 per hour) £16,320 (£8.05 per hour) £14,280 (£7.04 per hour) No No
5212 Moulders, core makers and die casters • Core Maker (metal trades)
• Die Caster
• Moulder (metal trades)
• Pipe Maker (foundry)
£17,300 (£8.53 per hour) £15,570 (£7.68 per hour) £13,840 (£6.82 per hour) £12,110 (£5.97 per hour) No No
5213 Sheet metal workers • Coppersmith
• Panel beater (metal trades)
• Sheet metal fabricator
• Sheet metal worker
£21,800 (£10.75 per hour) £19,620 (£9.67 per hour) £17,440 (£8.60 per hour) £15,260 (£7.52 per hour) No No
5214 Metal plate workers, and riveters • Boiler maker
• Metal plate worker
• Plater
• Plater-welder
£25,300 (£12.48 per hour) £22,770 (£11.23 per hour) £20,240 (£9.98 per hour) £17,710 (£8.73 per hour) No No
5215 Welding trades • Fabricator-welder
• Fitter-welder
• Spot welder (metal)
• Welder
• Welding technician
£22,800 (£11.24 per hour) £20,520 (£10.12 per hour) £18,240 (£8.99 per hour) £15,960 (£7.87 per hour) No No
5216 Pipe fitters • Pipe engineer
• Pipe fitter
• Pipe welder-fitter
£32,300 (£15.93 per hour) £29,070 (£14.33 per hour) £25,840 (£12.74 per hour) £22,610 (£11.15 per hour) No No
5221 Metal machining • CNC machinist
• CNC programmer
• Centre lathe turner
• Miller (metal trades)
• Tool setter
• Turner
£22,000 (£10.85 per hour) £19,800 (£9.76 per hour) £17,600 (£8.68 per hour) £15,400 (£7.59 per hour) No No
5222 Tool makers, tool fitters and markers-out • Die maker
• Engineer-toolmaker
• Jig maker
• Marker-out (engineering)
• Tool fitter
• Tool maker
£24,700 (£12.18 per hour) £22,230 (£10.96 per hour) £19,760 (£9.74 per hour) £17,290 (£8.53 per hour) No No
5223 Metal working production and maintenance fitters • Agricultural engineer
• Bench fitter
• Engineering machinist
• Fabricator
• Installation engineer
• Maintenance fitter
• Mechanical engineer
£25,300 (£12.48 per hour) £22,770 (£11.23 per hour) £20,240 (£9.98 per hour) £17,710 (£8.73 per hour) No No
5224 Precision instrument makers and repairers • Calibration engineer
• Horologist
• Instrument maker
• Instrument mechanic
• Instrument technician
• Optical technician
• Precision engineer
• Watchmaker
£21,000 (£10.36 per hour) £18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £16,800 (£8.28 per hour) £14,700 (£7.25 per hour) No No
5225 Airconditioning and refrigeration engineers • Air conditioning engineer
• Air conditioning fitter
• Refrigeration engineer
• Refrigeration technician
• Service engineer (refrigeration)
£26,800 (£13.21 per hour) £24,120 (£11.89 per hour) £21,440 (£10.57 per hour) £18,760 (£9.25 per hour) No No
5231 Vehicle technicians, mechanics and electricians • Auto electrician
• Car mechanic
• HGV mechanic
• Mechanic (garage)
• MOT tester
• Motor mechanic
• Motor vehicle technician
• Technician (motor vehicles)
• Vehicle technician
£21,900 (£10.80 per hour) £19,710 (£9.72 per hour) £17,520 (£8.64 per hour) £15,330 (£7.56 per hour) No No
5232 Vehicle body builders and repairers • Bodyshop technician
• Car body repairer
• Coach builder
• Panel beater
• Restoration technician (motor vehicles)
• Vehicle builder
£20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,630 (£9.19 per hour) £16,560 (£8.17 per hour) £14,490 (£7.14 per hour) No No
5234 Vehicle paint technicians • Car paint sprayer
• Coach painter
• Paint technician (motor vehicles)
• Vehicle refinisher
£23,000 (£11.34 per hour) £20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,400 (£9.07 per hour) £16,100 (£7.94 per hour) No No
5235 Aircraft maintenance and related trades • Aeronautical engineer
• Aircraft electrician
• Aircraft engineer
• Aircraft fitter
• Aircraft mechanic
• Maintenance engineer (aircraft)
£31,700 (£15.63 per hour) £28,530 (£14.07 per hour) £25,360 (£12.50 per hour) £22,190 (£10.94 per hour) No No
5236 Boat and ship builders and repairers • Boat builder
• Fitter (boat building)
• Frame turner (ship building)
• Marine engineer
• Ship’s joiner
• Shipwright
£25,000 (£12.33 per hour) £22,500 (£11.09 per hour) £20,000 (£9.86 per hour) £17,500 (£8.63 per hour) No No
5237 Rail and rolling stock builders and repairers • Coach repairer (railways)
• Mechanical fitter (railway and rolling stock)
• Railway engineer
• Rolling stock technician
£37,200 (£18.34 per hour) £33,480 (£16.51 per hour) £29,760 (£14.67 per hour) £26,040 (£12.84 per hour) No No
5241 Electricians and electrical fitters • Electrical contractor
• Electrical engineer
• Electrical fitter
• Electrician
£27,200 (£13.41 per hour) £24,480 (£12.07 per hour) £21,760 (£10.73 per hour) £19,040 (£9.39 per hour) No No
5242 Telecommunications engineers • Cable jointer
• Customer service engineer (telecommunications)
• Installation engineer (telecommunications)
• Network officer (telecommunications)
• Telecommunications engineer
• Telephone engineer
£30,300 (£14.94 per hour) £27,270 (£13.45 per hour) £24,240 (£11.95 per hour) £21,210 (£10.46 per hour) No No
5244 TV, video and audio engineers • Installation engineer (radio, television and video)
• Satellite engineer
• Service engineer (radio, television and video)
• Technician (radio, television and video)
• Television engineer
£28,300 (£13.95 per hour) £25,470 (£12.56 per hour) £22,640 (£11.16 per hour) £19,810 (£9.77 per hour) No No
5245 IT engineers • Computer repairer
• Computer service engineer
• Hardware engineer (computer)
• Maintenance engineer (computer servicing)
£24,400 (£12.03 per hour) £21,960 (£10.83 per hour) £19,520 (£9.63 per hour) £17,080 (£8.42 per hour) No No
5249 Electrical and electronic trades not elsewhere classified • Alarm engineer
• Electronics engineer
• Field engineer
• Linesman
• Service engineer
£28,000 (£13.81 per hour) £25,200 (£12.43 per hour) £22,400 (£11.05 per hour) £19,600 (£9.66 per hour) No No
5250 Skilled metal, electrical and electronic trades supervisors • Electrical supervisor
• Maintenance supervisor (manufacturing)
• Workshop manager
£30,300 (£14.94 per hour) £27,270 (£13.45 per hour) £24,240 (£11.95 per hour) £21,210 (£10.46 per hour) No No
5311 Steel erectors • Steel erector
• Steel fabricator
• Steel worker (structural engineering)
£23,700 (£11.69 per hour) £21,330 (£10.52 per hour) £18,960 (£9.35 per hour) £16,590 (£8.18 per hour) No No
5312 Bricklayers and masons • Bricklayer
• Dry stone waller
• Stone mason
£23,000 (£11.34 per hour) £20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,400 (£9.07 per hour) £16,100 (£7.94 per hour) No No
5313 Roofers, roof tilers and slaters • Mastic asphalt spreader
• Roof tiler
• Roofer
• Roofing contractor
• Slater
• Thatcher
£21,400 (£10.55 per hour) £19,260 (£9.50 per hour) £17,120 (£8.44 per hour) £14,980 (£7.39 per hour) No No
5314 Plumbers and heating and ventilating engineers • Gas engineer
• Gas service engineer
• Heating and ventilating engineer
• Heating engineer
• Plumber
• Plumbing and heating engineer
£25,800 (£12.72 per hour) £23,220 (£11.45 per hour) £20,640 (£10.18 per hour) £18,060 (£8.91 per hour) No No
5315 Carpenters and joiners • Carpenter
• Carpenter and joiner
• Joiner
• Kitchen fitter
• Shop fitter
£22,300 (£11.00 per hour) £20,070 (£9.90 per hour) £17,840 (£8.80 per hour) £15,610 (£7.70 per hour) No No
5316 Glaziers, window fabricators and fitters • Glass Cutter
• Glazier
• Installer (double glazing)
• Window fabricator
• Window fitter
£19,100 (£9.42 per hour) £17,190 (£8.48 per hour) £15,280 (£7.53 per hour) £13,370 (£6.59 per hour) No No
5319 Construction and building trades not elsewhere classified • Acoustician
• Builder
• Building contractor
• Fencer
• Maintenance manager (buildings and other structures)
• Property developer (building construction)
£23,000 (£11.34 per hour) £20,700 (£10.21 per hour) £18,400 (£9.07 per hour) £16,100 (£7.94 per hour) No No
5321 Plasterers • Fibrous plasterer
• Plasterer
• Plastering contractor
£24,300 (£11.98 per hour) £21,870 (£10.78 per hour) £19,440 (£9.59 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) No No
5322 Floorers and wall tilers • Carpet fitter
• Ceramic tiler
• Flooring contractor
• Mosaic floor layer
£21,800 (£10.75 per hour) £19,620 (£9.67 per hour) £17,440 (£8.60 per hour) £15,260 (£7.52 per hour) No No
5323 Painters and decorators • Artexer • French polisher
• Paper hanger
• Ship sprayer
• Wood stainer
£21,400 (£10.55 per hour) £19,260 (£9.50 per hour) £17,120 (£8.44 per hour) £14,980 (£7.39 per hour) No No
5330 Construction and building trades supervisors • Builder’s foreman
• Construction foreman
• Construction supervisor
• Maintenance supervisor
• Site foreman
£31,400 (£15.48 per hour) £28,260 (£13.93 per hour) £25,120 (£12.39 per hour) £21,980 (£10.84 per hour) No No
5411 Weavers and knitters • Carpet weaver
• Knitter
• Knitwear manufacturer
• Weaver
£19,300 (£9.52 per hour) £17,370 (£8.57 per hour) £15,440 (£7.61 per hour) £13,510 (£6.66 per hour) No No
5412 Upholsterers • Curtain fitter
• Curtain maker
• Soft furnisher
• Trimmer (furniture mfr)
• Upholsterer
£18,500 (£9.12 per hour) £16,650 (£8.21 per hour) £14,800 (£7.30 per hour) £12,950 (£6.39 per hour) No No
5413 Footwear and leather working trades • Cobbler
• Leather worker (leather goods mfr
• Machinist (leather goods mfr)
• Shoe machinist
• Shoe repairer
£17,300 (£8.53 per hour) £15,570 (£7.68 per hour) £13,840 (£6.82 per hour) £12,110 (£5.97 per hour) No No
5414 Tailors and dressmakers • Cutter (hosiery, knitwear mfr)
• Dressmaker
• Fabric cutter
• Tailor
• Tailoress
£16,200 (£7.99 per hour) £14,580 (£7.19 per hour) £12,960 (£6.39 per hour) £11,340 (£5.59 per hour) No No
5419 Textiles, garments and related trades not elsewhere classified • Clothing manufacturer
• Embroiderer
• Hand sewer
• Sail maker
• Upholstery cutter
£18,300 (£9.02 per hour) £16,470 (£8.12 per hour) £14,640 (£7.22 per hour) £12,810 (£6.32 per hour) No No
5421 Pre-press technicians • Compositor
• Plate maker
• Pre-press manager
• Pre-press technician
• Type setter
£19,900 (£9.81 per hour) £17,910 (£8.83 per hour) £15,920 (£7.85 per hour) £13,930 (£6.87 per hour) No No
5422 Printers • Lithographic printer
• Machine minder (printing)
• Print manager
• Screen printer
• Wallpaper printer
£20,800 (£10.26 per hour) £18,720 (£9.23 per hour) £16,640 (£8.21 per hour) £14,560 (£7.18 per hour) No No
5423 Print finishing and binding workers • Binder’s assistant
• Book binder
• Finishing supervisor (printing)
• Print finisher
£19,800 (£9.76 per hour) £17,820 (£8.79 per hour) £15,840 (£7.81 per hour) £13,860 (£6.83 per hour) No No
5431 Butchers • Butcher
• Butcher’s assistant
• Butchery manager
• Master butcher
• Slaughterman
£19,300 (£9.52 per hour) £17,370 (£8.57 per hour) £15,440 (£7.61 per hour) £13,510 (£6.66 per hour) No No
5432 Bakers and flour confectioners • Baker
• Baker’s assistant
• Bakery manager
• Cake decorator
• Confectioner
£17,300 (£8.53 per hour) £15,570 (£7.68 per hour) £13,840 (£6.82 per hour) £12,110 (£5.97 per hour) No No
5433 Fishmongers and poultry dressers • Butcher (fish, poultry)
• Filleter (fish)
• Fish processor
• Fishmonger
• Poultry processor
£17,100 (£8.43 per hour) £15,390 (£7.59 per hour) £13,680 (£6.75 per hour) £11,970 (£5.90 per hour) No No
5434 Chefs • Chef
• Chef-manager
• Head chef
• Pastry chef
£18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) £15,120 (£7.46 per hour) £13,230 (£6.52 per hour) No No
5436 Catering and bar managers • Bar manager
• Catering manager
• Floor manager (restaurant)
• Kitchen manager
• Steward (club)
£18,400 (£9.07 per hour) £16,560 (£8.17 per hour) £14,720 (£7.26 per hour) £12,880 (£6.35 per hour) No No
5441 Glass and ceramics makers, decorators and finishers • Ceramic artist
• Glass blower
• Potter (ceramics mfr)
• Pottery worker
• Sprayer (ceramics mfr)
• Stained glass artist
£17,800 (£8.78 per hour) £16,020 (£7.90 per hour) £14,240 (£7.02 per hour) £12,460 (£6.14 per hour) No No
5442 Furniture makers and other craft woodworkers • Antiques restorer
• Cabinet maker
• Coffin maker
• Furniture restorer
• Picture framer
• Sprayer (furniture mfr)
£18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) £15,120 (£7.46 per hour) £13,230 (£6.52 per hour) No No
5443 Florists • Floral assistant
• Floral designer
• Florist
• Flower arranger
£14,000 (£6.90 per hour) £12,600 (£6.21 per hour) £11,200 (£5.52 per hour) £9,800 (£4.83 per hour) No No
5449 Other skilled trades not elsewhere classified • Diamond mounter
• Engraver
• Goldsmith
• Paint sprayer
• Piano tuner
• Sign maker
• Silversmith
• Wig maker
£22,300 (£11.00 per hour) £20,070 (£9.90 per hour) £17,840 (£8.80 per hour) £15,610 (£7.70 per hour) No No
6121 Nursery nurses and assistants • Crèche assistant
• Crèche worker
• Nursery assistant
• Nursery nurse
£14,700 (£7.25 per hour) £13,230 (£6.52 per hour) £11,760 (£5.80 per hour) £10,290 (£5.07 per hour) No No
6122 Childminders and related occupations • Au pair
• Child care assistant
• Child minder
• Nanny
£17,600 (£8.68 per hour) £15,840 (£7.81 per hour) £14,080 (£6.94 per hour) £12,320 (£6.07 per hour) No No
6123 Playworkers • Playgroup assistant
• Playgroup leader
• Playgroup supervisor
Playworker
£12,700 (£6.26 per hour) £11,430 (£5.64 per hour) £10,160 (£5.01 per hour) £8,890 (£4.38 per hour) No No
6125 Teaching assistants • Classroom assistant
• School assistant
• Teaching assistant
£14,400 (£7.10 per hour) £12,960 (£6.39 per hour) £11,520 (£5.68 per hour) £10,080 (£4.97 per hour) No No
6126 Educational support assistants • Education support assistant
• Learning support assistant
• Non-teaching assistant (schools)
• Special needs assistant (educational establishments)
• Support assistant (educational establishments)
£13,800 (£6.80 per hour) £12,420 (£6.12 per hour) £11,040 (£5.44 per hour) £9,660 (£4.76 per hour) No No
6131 Veterinary nurses • Animal nurse
• Veterinary nurse
£16,900 (£8.33 per hour) £15,210 (£7.50 per hour) £13,520 (£6.67 per hour) £11,830 (£5.83 per hour) No No
6139 Animal care services occupations not elsewhere classified • Animal technician
• Canine beautician
• Groom
• Kennel assistant
• Kennel maid
• Stable hand
£16,100 (£7.94 per hour) £14,490 (£7.14 per hour) £12,880 (£6.35 per hour) £11,270 (£5.56 per hour) No No
6144 Houseparents and residential wardens • Foster carer
• Matron (residential home)
• Resident warden
• Team leader (residential care home)
• Warden (sheltered housing)
£19,700 (£9.71 per hour) £17,730 (£8.74 per hour) £15,760 (£7.77 per hour) £13,790 (£6.80 per hour) No No
6146 Senior care workers • Senior care assistant
• Senior carer
• Senior support worker (Local government: welfare services)
• Team leader (nursing home)
£16,900 (£8.33 per hour) £15,210 (£7.50 per hour) £13,520 (£6.67 per hour) £11,830 (£5.83 per hour) No No
6214 Air travel assistants • Air hostess
• Cabin crew
• Customer service agent (travel)
• Flight attendant
• Passenger service agent
£17,600 (£8.68 per hour) £15,840 (£7.81 per hour) £14,080 (£6.94 per hour) £12,320 (£6.07 per hour) No No
6215 Rail travel assistants • Retail service manager (railways)
• Station assistant (underground railway)
• Ticket inspector (railways)
• Train conductor
• Train manager
£31,400 (£15.48 per hour) £28,260 (£13.93 per hour) £25,120 (£12.39 per hour) £21,980 (£10.84 per hour) No No
7125 Merchandisers and window dressers • Merchandiser
• Sales merchandiser
• Visual merchandising manager
• Window dresser
£19,100 (£9.42 per hour) £17,190 (£8.48 per hour) £15,280 (£7.53 per hour) £13,370 (£6.59 per hour) No No
7130 Sales supervisors • Sales supervisor (retail trade: delivery round)
• Section manager (retail trade)
• Shop supervisor (retail trade)
• Supervisor (retail, wholesale trade)
• Team leader (retail trade)
£18,900 (£9.32 per hour) £17,010 (£8.39 per hour) £15,120 (£7.46 per hour) £13,230 (£6.52 per hour) No No
7215 Market research interviewers • Interviewer (market research)
• Market researcher (interviewing)
• Telephone interviewer
• Telephone researcher
• Traffic enumerator
£9,800 (£4.83 per hour) £8,820 (£4.35 per hour) £7,840 (£3.87 per hour) £6,860 (£3.38 per hour) No No
7220 Customer service managers and supervisors • After sales manager
• Call centre supervisor
• Customer service manager
• Customer service supervisor
• Team leader (customer care)
£22,900 (£11.29 per hour) £20,610 (£10.16 per hour) £18,320 (£9.03 per hour) £16,030 (£7.90 per hour) No No
8124 Energy plant operatives • Boilerman
• Control room operator(electric)
• Hydraulic engineman
• Plant operator (electricity supplier)
• Power station operator
£23,900 (£11.79 per hour) £21,510 (£10.61 per hour) £19,120 (£9.43 per hour) £16,730 (£8.25 per hour) No No
8126 Water and sewerage plant operatives • Controller (water treatment)
• Plant operator (sewage works)
• Pump attendant
• Water treatment engineer
• Water treatment operator
£25,000 (£12.33 per hour) £22,500 (£11.09 per hour) £20,000 (£9.86 per hour) £17,500 (£8.63 per hour) No No
8215 Driving instructors • Driving instructor
• HGV instructor
• Instructor (driving school)
• Motorcycle instructor
£22,800 (£11.24 per hour) £20,520 (£10.12 per hour) £18,240 (£8.99 per hour) £15,960 (£7.87 per hour) No No
8232 Marine and waterways transport operatives • Engine room attendant (shipping)
• Engineer, nos (boat, barge)
• Ferryman
• Merchant seaman
• Seaman (shipping)
£30,200 (£14.89 per hour) £27,180 (£13.40 per hour) £24,160 (£11.91 per hour) £21,140 (£10.42 per hour) No No
9119 Fishing and other elementary agriculture occupations not elsewhere classified – ONLY the listed job titles are eligible in this occupation code and ONLY where the job requires the worker to have at least 3 years’ full-time experience in using their skills. This experience must not have been gained through working illegally. • Vent chick sexer
• Deckhand on large fishing vessel (9 metres and above)
£17,100 (£8.43 per hour) £15,390 (£7.59 per hour) £13,680 (£6.75 per hour) £11,970 (£5.90 per hour) No No

For Skilled Worker purposes, occupation code 2119 includes researchers in research organisations other than universities.

Table 2: Eligible health and education occupation codes where going rates are based on national pay scales

Occupation codes in Table 2 are eligible for the Global Business Mobility routes unless otherwise stated.

Occupation code Related job titles Going rate (annual) National pay scale source
2211 Medical practitioners (England) • Anaesthetist
• Consultant (Hospital Service)
• Doctor
• General practitioner
• Medical practitioner
• Paediatrician
• Psychiatrist
• Radiologist
• Surgeon
Medical professionals on the NHS junior doctor contract:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £28,808
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £33,345
• Specialty registrar (StR) at ST/CT1-2 and equivalent: £39,467
• Specialty registrar (StR) at CT3/ST3-5: £56,077

Other medical professionals:
• Specialty doctor and equivalent: £45,124
• Salaried General practitioner (GP) and equivalent: £62,268
• Specialist doctorand equivalent: £79,894
• Consultant and equivalent: £84,559

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Employers Pay and Conditions Circular MD-3-2021 (nhsemployers.org)
2211 Medical practitioners (Scotland) • Anaesthetist
• Consultant (Hospital Service)
• Doctor
• General practitioner
• Medical practitioner
• Paediatrician
• Psychiatrist
• Radiologist
• Surgeon
Medical professionals on the NHS junior doctor contract:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £26,462
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £32,822
• Specialty registrar (StR) at ST/CT1-2 and equivalent: £36,412
• Specialty registrar (StR) at CT/ST3 and above £43,998

Other medical professionals:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £26,462
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £32,822
• Specialty registrar (StR) and equivalent: £34,901
• Specialty doctor and equivalent: £43,246
• Salaried General practitioner (GP) and equivalent: £63,187
• Consultant and equivalent: £87,534

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Pay and Conditions Circular: PCS(DD)2021/02
2211 Medical practitioners (Wales) • Anaesthetist
• Consultant (Hospital Service)
• Doctor
• General practitioner
• Medical practitioner
• Paediatrician
• Psychiatrist
• Radiologist
• Surgeon
Medical professionals on the NHS junior doctor contract:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £27,159
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £33,782
• Specialty registrar (StR) at ST/CT1-2 and equivalent: £35,956
• Specialty registrar (StR) at CT/ST3 and above £44,826

Other medical professionals:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £25,563
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £31,708
• Specialty registrar (StR) and equivalent: £33,883
• Specialty doctor and equivalent: £45,345
• Salaried General practitioner (GP) and equivalent: £63,803
• Consultant and equivalent: £82,356

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Employers Pay and Conditions Circular M&D(W) 04/2021 Pay Circular
2211 Medical practitioners (Northern Ireland) • Anaesthetist
• Consultant (Hospital Service)
• Doctor
• General practitioner
• Medical practitioner
• Paediatrician
• Psychiatrist
• Radiologist
• Surgeon
Medical professionals on the HSC Doctors and Dentists in Training contract:
• Foundation year 1 (F1) and equivalent: £25,563
• Foundation year 2 (F2) and equivalent: £31,706
• Specialty registrar (StR) at ST/CT1-2 and equivalent: £33,880
• Specialty registrar (StR) at CT/ST3 and above £38,849

Other medical professionals:
• Specialty doctor (new 2021 contract) and equivalent: £45,344
• Salaried General practitioner (GP) and equivalent: £63,170
• Specialist (new 2021 contract) and equivalent): £79,894
• Consultant and equivalent: £84,975

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
Workforce Policy Directorate – Medical and Dental Pay Circular 2021
2212 Psychologists • Clinical psychologist
• Educational psychologist
• Forensic psychologist
• Occupational psychologist
• Psychologist
• Psychometrist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2213 Pharmacists • Chemist (pharmaceutical)
• Dispensary manager
• Pharmaceutical chemist
• Pharmacist
• Pharmacy manager
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2214 Ophthalmic opticians • Ophthalmic optician
• Optician
• Optologist
• Optometrist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2215 Dental practitioners (England) • Dental surgeon
• Dentist
• Orthodontist
• Periodontist
• Dental foundation training and equivalent: £33,720 (35-hour week)
• Dental core training (hospital dental services) and equivalent: £39,467 (35-hour week)
• Dental specialty training and equivalent: £50,017 (35-hour week)
• Band A posts (for example, Community practitioner) and equivalent: £43,019 (37.5-hour week)
• Band B posts (for example, Senior dental officer) and equivalent: £66,919 (37.5-hour week)
• Band C posts (for example, Specialist / managerial posts) and equivalent: £80,063 (37.5-hour week)
• Consultant and equivalent: £84,559 (40-hour week)

These going rates are per year and based on the weekly working hours stated above. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Employers Pay and Conditions Circular MD-3-2021 (nhsemployers.org)
2215 Dental practitioners (Scotland) • Dental surgeon
• Dentist
• Orthodontist
• Periodontist
• Dental foundation training (Hospital dental services) known as Vocational Training in Scotland: £33,728,
• Dental core training and equivalent: £38,764,
• Band A posts (for example, Community practitioner) and equivalent: £44,315,
• Band B posts (for example, Senior dental officer) and equivalent: £68,934,
• Band C posts (for example, Specialist / managerial posts) and equivalent: £82,475

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Pay and Conditions Circular: PCS(DD)2021/02
2215 Dental practitioners (Wales) • Dental surgeon
• Dentist
• Orthodontist
• Periodontist
• Dental foundation training (Hospital dental services) and equivalent: £34,380
• Dental core training and equivalent: £38,238
• Band A posts (for example, Community practitioner) and equivalent: £43,021
• Band B posts (for example, Senior dental officer) and equivalent: £66,920
• Band C posts (for example, Specialist / managerial posts) and equivalent: £80,067
• Consultant and equivalent: £82,356

These going rates are per year and based on a 40-hour working week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
NHS Employers Pay and Conditions Circular M&D(W) 04/2021 Pay Circular
2215 Dental practitioners (Northern Ireland) • Dental surgeon
• Dentist
• Orthodontist
• Periodontist
• Dental foundation year two training (Hospital dental services) and equivalent: £31,706
• Dental specialty training and equivalent: £33,880 (40-hour week)
• Community Dental Officer) and equivalent: £43,021 (37.5-hour week)
• Senior community dental officer) and equivalent: £ 66,922 (37.5-hour week)
• Specialist Community Dentist: £80,063 (37.5-hour week)
• Assistant Community Clinical Director: £80,063, (37.5-hour week)
• Clinical Director: £80,063 (37.5-hour week)
• Administrative dentists: Dental Officer: £39,485 (37- hour week)
• Senior Dental Officer: £56,423 (37-hour week),
• Assistant clinical Director: £74,964, (37-hour week)
• Clinical Director: £74,976 (37-hour week)
• Consultant Northern Ireland: £84,975 (40-hour week)

These going rates are per year and based on the weekly working hours stated above. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
Workforce Policy Directorate – Medical and Dental Pay Circular 2021
2217 Medical radiographers • Medical radiographer
• Radiographer
• Sonographer
• Therapeutic radiographer
• Vascular technologist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2218 Podiatrists • Chiropodist
• Chiropodist-podiatrist
• Podiatrist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2219 Health professionals not elsewhere classified • Audiologist
• Dental hygiene therapist
• Dietician-nutritionist
• Family planner
• Occupational health adviser
• Paramedical practitioner
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2221 Physiotherapists • Electro-therapist
• Physiotherapist
• Physiotherapy practitioner
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2222 Occupational therapists • Occupational therapist See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2223 Speech and language therapists • Language therapist
• Speech and language therapist
• Speech therapist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2229 Therapy professionals not elsewhere classified • Art therapist
• Chiropractor
• Cognitive behavioural therapist
• Dance movement therapist
• Family therapist
• Nutritionist
• Osteopath
• Psychotherapist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2231 Nurses • District nurse
• Health visitor
• Mental health practitioner
• Nurse
• Practice nurse
• Psychiatric nurse
• Staff nurse
• Student nurse
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2232 Midwives • Midwife
• Midwifery sister
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
2312 Further education teaching professionals (England) • FE College lecturer
• Lecturer (further education)
• Teacher (further education)
• Tutor (further education)
• Unqualified lecturer: £19,758
• Qualified lecturer: £24,702
• Advanced teaching and training: £37,258
• Leadership & management: £37,258

These going rates are per year and based on the definition of a full-time teaching professional used when determining these pay scales. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
English FE Pay scales
2312 Further education teaching professionals (Scotland) • FE College lecturer
• Lecturer (further education)
• Teacher (further education)
• Tutor (further education)
• Lecturer and equivalent: £22,609
• Senior lecturer and equivalent: £37,258

These going rates are per year and based on the definition of a full-time teaching professional used when determining these pay scales. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
No national pay scales published – minimum rates taken as the lowest of the other three nations
2312 Further education teaching professionals (Wales) • FE College lecturer
• Lecturer (further education)
• Teacher (further education)
• Tutor (further education)
• Instructor/demonstrator and associate lecturer: £21,135.82
• Main grade lecturer: £26,910.81
• Upper pay spine: £38,679.68
• Management: £41,919.28

These going rates are per year and based on the definition of a full-time teaching professional used when determining these pay scales. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
Wales FE pay scales
2312 Further education teaching professionals (Northern Ireland) • FE College lecturer
• Lecturer (further education)
• Teacher (further education)
• Tutor (further education)
• Lecturer: £22,609
• Principal lecturer: £43,734

These going rates are per year and based on the definition of a full-time teaching professional used when determining these pay scales. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.
Northern Ireland FE pay scales
2314 Secondary education teaching professionals • Deputy head teacher (secondary school)
• Secondary school teacher
• Sixth form teacher
• Teacher (secondary school)
See relevant pay rate in Table 4 Teachers’ national pay scales
2315 Primary and nursery education teaching professionals • Deputy head teacher (primary school)
• Infant teacher
• Nursery school teacher
• Primary school teacher
See relevant pay rate in Table 4 Teachers’ national pay scales
2316 Special needs education teaching professionals • Deputy head teacher (special school)
• Learning support teacher
• Special needs coordinator
• Special needs teacher
See relevant pay rate in Table 4 Teachers’ national pay scales
2442 Social workers • Psychiatric social worker
• Senior practitioner (local government: social services)
• Social worker
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
3213 Paramedics • Ambulance paramedic
• Emergency care practitioner
• Paramedic
• Paramedic-ECP
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
3218 Medical and dental technicians (not eligible for GBM) • Cardiographer
• Dental hygienist
• Dental technician
• Medical technical officer
• Orthopaedic technician
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
3219 Health associate professionals not elsewhere classified (not eligible for GBM) • Acupuncturist
• Homeopath
• Hypnotherapist
• Massage therapist
• Reflexologist
• Sports therapist
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
6141 Nursing auxiliaries and assistants (not eligible for GBM) • Auxiliary nurse
• Health care assistant (hospital service)
• Health care support worker
• Nursing assistant
• Nursing auxiliary
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland
6143 Dental nurses (not eligible for GBM) • Dental assistant
• Dental nurse
• Dental nurse-receptionist
• Dental surgery assistant
See relevant pay band in Table 3 NHS Agenda for Change: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland

Table 3: Going rates for listed healthcare occupation codes by administration and band

Going rates in Table 3 are per year and based on a 37.5-hour week. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.

Band or equivalent England Scotland Wales Northern Ireland
Band 3 £20,330 £21,709 £20,330 £19,337
Band 4 £22,549 £23,709 £22,549 £21,892
Band 5 £25,655 £26,104 £25,655 £24,907
Band 6 £32,306 £33,072 £32,306 £31,365
Band 7 £40,057 £40,872 £40,057 £38,890
Band 8a £47,126 £50,470 £47,126 £45,753
Band 8b £54,764 £60,730 £54,764 £53,168
Band 8c £65,664 £72,792 £65,664 £63,751
Band 8d £78,192 £86,611 £78,192 £75,914
Band 9 £93,735 £103,358 £93,735 £91,004

Table 4: Going rates for listed education occupation codes by administration and role

Going rates in Table 4 are per year and based on the definition of a full-time teacher used when determining these pay scales. They must be pro-rated for other working patterns, based on the weekly working hours stated by the applicant’s sponsor.

Role England (excluding London / Fringe) London Fringe Outer London Inner London Scotland Wales Northern Ireland
Unqualified teachers / Probationers £18,419 £19,613 £21,832 £23,099 £27,498 £18,487 £15,358
Qualified teachers £25,714 £26,948 £29,915 £32,157 £32,994 £27,491 £24,137
Chartered teachers - - - - £42,696 - -
Principal teachers - - - - £45,150 - -
Leadership group £42,195 £43,356 £45,542 £50,167 - £42,934 £41,884
Lead practitioner £42,402 £43,570 £45,766 £50,415 - £43,145 -

Table 5: Occupation codes which are not eligible for the Skilled Worker or Global Business Mobility routes

  1. These occupations are ineligible for the Skilled Worker or Global Business Mobility routes because:
    1. • they do not meet the required skill level; or
    2. • applicants must be sponsored in another route for jobs in these occupations; or
    3. • those subject to immigration control cannot apply for jobs in these occupations.

Where indicated, some occupation codes in Tables 1 and 2 are also not eligible for the Global Business Mobility routes.

Occupation code Related job titles
1116 Elected officers and representatives • Councillor (local government)
• Member of Parliament
1171 Officers in armed forces • Army officer
• Flight-lieutenant
• Squadron-leader
2444 Clergy • Chaplain Minister (religious organisation)
• Pastor
• Priest • Vicar
3311 NCOs and other ranks • Aircraftman
• Aircraft technician (armed forces)
• Lance-corporal
• Sergeant (armed forces)
• Soldier
• Weapons engineer (armed forces)
3314 Prison service officers (below principal officer) • Prison custodial officer
• Prison escort officer
• Prison officer
• Prison warden
3441 Sports players • Cricketer
• Footballer
• Golfer
3442 Sports coaches, instructors and officials • Referee
• Riding instructor
• Sports development officer
• Swimming teacher
3233 Child and early years officers • Child protection officer
• Education welfare officer
• Portage worker (educational establishments)
3315 Police community support officers • Civilian support officer (police service)
• Community support officer (police service)
• Police community support officer
4113 Local government administrative occupations • Administrative assistant (local government)
• Administrative officer (police service)
• Benefits assistant (local government)
• Clerical officer (local government)
• Local government officer nos
4121 Credit controllers • Credit control clerk
• Credit controller
• Debt management associate
• Loans administrator
4122 Book-keepers, payroll managers and wages clerks • Accounts administrator
• Accounts assistant
• Accounts clerk
• Auditor
• Bookkeeper
• Payroll clerk
4123 Bank and post office clerks • Bank clerk
• Cashier (bank)
• Customer adviser (building society)
• Customer service officer (bank)
• Post office clerk
4124 Finance officers • Deputy finance officer
• Finance officer
• Regional finance officer (PO)
4129 Financial administrative occupations not elsewhere classified • Cashier
• Finance administrator
• Finance assistant
• Finance clerk
• Tax assistant
• Treasurer
• Valuation assistant
4131 Records clerks and assistants • Admissions officer
• Clerical officer (hospital service)
• Filing clerk
• Records clerk
• Ward clerk
4132 Pensions and insurance clerks and assistants • Administrator (insurance)
• Claims handler
• Clerical assistant (insurance)
• Insurance clerk
• Pensions administrator
4133 Stock control clerks and assistants • Despatch clerk
• Material controller
• Stock control clerk
• Stock controller
• Stores administrator
4135 Library clerks and assistants • Information assistant (library)
• Learning resource assistant
• Library assistant
• Library clerk
• Library supervisor
4138 Human resources administrative occupations • Course administrator
• Human resources administrator
• Personnel administrator
• Personnel clerk
4159 Other administrative occupations not elsewhere classified • Administrative assistant
• Clerical assistant
• Clerical officer
• Clerk Office administrator
4162 Office supervisors • Administration supervisor
• Clerical supervisor
• Facilities supervisor
• Office supervisor
4211 Medical secretaries • Clinic coordinator
• Clinic administrator
• Medical administrator
• Medical secretary
• Secretary (medical practice)
4212 Legal secretaries • Legal administrator
• Legal clerk
• Legal secretary
• Secretary (legal services)
4213 School secretaries • Clerical assistant (schools)
• School administrator
• School secretary
• Secretary (schools)
4216 Receptionists • Dental receptionist
• Doctor’s receptionist
• Medical receptionist
• Receptionist
• Receptionist-secretary
4217 Typists and related keyboard occupations • Audio typist
• Computer operator
• Typist
• Typist-clerk
• Word processor
5435 Cooks • Cook
• Cook-supervisor
• Head cook
6132 Pest control officers • Fumigator
• Pest control officer
• Pest control technician
• Pest controller
6142 Ambulance staff (excluding paramedics) • Ambulance care assistant
• Ambulance driver
• Ambulance technician
• Emergency medical technician
6145 Care workers and home carers • Care assistant
• Care worker
• Carer
• Home care assistant
• Home carer
• Support worker (nursing home)
6147 Care escorts • Bus escort
• Escort
• Escort-driver
• School escort
6148 Undertakers, mortuary and crematorium assistants • Crematorium technician
• Funeral director
• Pall bearer
• Undertaker
6211 Sports and leisure assistants • Croupier
• Leisure attendant
• Lifeguard
• Sports assistant
6212 Travel agents • Reservations clerk (travel)
• Sales consultant (travel agents)
• Travel adviser
• Travel agent
• Travel consultant
6219 Leisure and travel service occupations not elsewhere classified • Bus conductor
• Holiday representative
• Information assistant (tourism)
• Steward (shipping)
• Tour guide
6221 Hairdressers and barbers • Barber
• Colourist (hairdressing)
• Hair stylist
• Hairdresser
6222 Beauticians and related occupations • Beautician Beauty therapist
• Nail technician
• Tattooist
6231 Housekeepers and related occupations • Cook-housekeeper
• House keeper
• Lifestyle manager
6232 Caretakers • Caretaker
• Janitor
• Porter (college)
• Site manager (educational establishments)
6240 Cleaning and housekeeping managers and supervisors • Butler
• Cleaner-in-charge
• Cleaning supervisor
• Domestic supervisor
• Head house keeper
• Supervisor (cleaning)
7111 Sales and retail assistants • Retail assistant
• Sales adviser
• Sales assistant
• Sales consultant (retail trade)
• Shop assistant
7112 Retail cashiers and check-out operators • Check-out operator
• Forecourt attendant
• General assistant (retail trade: check-out)
• Till operator
7113 Telephone salespersons • Sales adviser (telephone sales)
• Telesales executive
• Telesales operator
7114 Pharmacy and other dispensing assistants • Dispenser
• Health care assistant (retail chemist)
• Optical assistant
• Pharmacy assistant
7115 Vehicle and parts salespersons and advisers • Car sales executive
• Car salesman
• Parts adviser (retail trade)
• Parts salesman (motor vehicle repair)
7121 Collector salespersons and credit agents • Agent (insurance)
• Canvasser
• Collector (insurance)
• Distributor (door-to-door sales)
• Insurance agent
7122 Debt, rent and other cash collectors • Collecting agent
• Collector (gas supplier)
• Debt collector
• Meter reader
• Vending operator
7123 Roundspersons and van salespersons • Dairyman (retail trade: delivery round)
• Ice-cream salesman
• Milkman (milk retailing)
• Roundsman
• Van salesman
7124 Market and street traders and assistants • Market assistant
• Market trader
• Owner (market stall)
• Stall holder
• Street trader
7129 Sales related occupations not elsewhere classified • Demonstrator
• Hire controller
• Sales representative (retail trade)
7211 Call and contact centre occupations • Call centre agent
• Call centre operator
• Customer service adviser (call centre)
• Customer service operator
7213 Telephonists • Call handler (motoring organisation)
• Operator (telephone)
• Switchboard operator (telephone)
• Telephonist
• Telephonist-receptionist
7214 Communication operators • Call handler (emergency services)
• Communications operator
• Control room operator (emergency services)
• Controller (taxi service)
7219 Customer service occupations not elsewhere classified • Customer adviser
• Customer service administrator
• Customer service adviser
• Customer service assistant
• Customer services representative
8111 Food, drink and tobacco process operatives • Baker (food products mfr)
• Bakery assistant
• Factory worker (food products mfr)
• Meat processor
• Process worker (brewery)
• Process worker (dairy)
8112 Glass and ceramics process operatives • Glass worker
• Kiln man (glass mfr)
• Process worker (fibre glass mfr)
8113 Textile process operatives • Hosiery worker
• Machinist (rope, twine mfr)
• Process worker (textile mfr)
• Spinner (paper twine mfr)
8114 Chemical and related process operatives • Gas producer operator
• Process technician (chemical mfr)
• Process worker (cement mfr)
• Process worker (nuclear fuel production)
8115 Rubber process operatives • Disc cutter (rubber mfr)
• Moulder (rubber goods mfr)
• Process worker (rubber reclamation)
• Tyre builder
8116 Plastics process operatives • Extrusion operator (plastics mfr)
• Fabricator (plastics mfr)
• Injection moulder
• Laminator (fibreglass)
• Process worker (plastic goods mfr)
8117 Metal making and treating process operatives • Degreaser (metal trades)
• Foreman (metal refining)
• Furnaceman (metal trades)
• Process worker (nickel mfr)
• Wire drawer
8118 Electroplaters • Electroplater
• Galvaniser
• Metal sprayer
• Powder coater
8119 Process operatives not elsewhere classified • Melting pot assistant (electric cable)
• Mixing plant foreman (asphalt mfr)
• Process worker (electrical engineering)
• Stone finisher (cast concrete products mfr)
8121 Paper and wood machine operatives • Box maker (cardboard)
• Guillotine operator (printing)
• Machinist (paper goods mfr)
• Sawyer
• Wood machinist
8122 Coal mine operatives • Coal miner
• Colliery worker
• Driller (coal mine)
8123 Quarry workers and related operatives • Derrickman (oil wells)
• Diamond driller (well sinking)
• Plant operator (quarry)
• Quarry operative
8125 Metal working machine operatives • Engineer, nos
• Machinist (metal trades)
• Metal polisher • Process worker (metal trades)
8127 Printing machine assistants • Finishing operative (printing)
• Lithographer (printing)
• Machinist (printing)
• Print operator
• Printer’s assistant
8129 Plant and machine operatives not elsewhere classified • Bench hand (metal trades)
• Cable maker (spring mfr)
• Laser operator
• Manufacturer (metal goods mfr)
• Saw doctor
8131 Assemblers (electrical and electronic products) • Assembler (electrical, electronic equipment mfr)
• Line operator (electrical)
• Solderer
• Team leader (electrical, electronic equipment mfr: assembly)
• Technical operator (circuit board mfr)
8132 Assemblers (vehicles and metal goods) • Assembler (metal trades)
• Lineworker (vehicle mfr)
• Manufacturing operator (metal trades)
• Process worker (metal trades: assembly)
• Team leader (motor vehicle mfr: assembly)
8133 Routine inspectors and testers • Quality assurance inspector
• Quality auditor
• Quality controller
• Quality inspector
• Test engineer
8134 Weighers, graders and sorters • Grader (food products mfr)
• Metal sorter
• Selector (ceramics mfr)
• Weighbridge clerk
• Weighbridge operator
8135 Tyre, exhaust and windscreen fitters • Tyre and exhaust fitter
• Tyre fitter
• Tyre technician
• Windscreen fitter
8137 Sewing machinists • Overlocker
• Seamstress
• Sewing machinist
• Stitcher
• Upholstery machinist
8139 Assemblers and routine operatives not elsewhere classified • Assembler
• Gluer (furniture mfr)
• Paint line operator
• Production assistant
• Riveter (soft toy mfr)
8141 Scaffolders, stagers and riggers • Bell hanger (church bells)
• Stage rigger (shipbuilding)
• Tackleman (steelworks)
8142 Road construction operatives • Asphalter
• Concrete finisher (building construction)
• Highways maintenance hand
• Paver
• Road worker
8143 Rail construction and maintenance operatives • Line Inspector (railways)
• Maintenance man (railway maintenance and repair)
• Relayer (railways)
• Trackman (railways)
• Ultrasonic engineer (railway maintenance and repair)
8149 Construction operatives not elsewhere classified • Asbestos remover
• Cable layer
• Demolition worker
• Dry liner
• General handyman
• Maintenance man
• Thermal insulation engineer
8211 Large goods vehicle drivers • Haulage contractor
• HGV driver
• Lorry driver
• Owner (heavy goods vehicle)
• Tanker driver
8212 Van drivers • Courier driver
• Delivery driver
• Driver
• Parcel delivery driver
• Van driver
8213 Bus and coach drivers • Bus driver
• Coach driver
• Coach operator
• Minibus driver
• PSV driver
8214 Taxi and cab drivers and chauffeurs • Chauffeur
• Mini cab driver
• Taxi driver
• Taxi owner
8221 Crane drivers • Crane driver
• Crane operator
• Haulage engine driver
• Winchman
8222 Fork-lift truck drivers • Fork lift driver
• Fork lift truck driver
• Fork truck operator
• Stacker-driver
8223 Agricultural machinery drivers • Agricultural machinist
• Attendant (agricultural machinery)
• Operator (agricultural machinery)
• Tractor driver (agriculture)
8229 Mobile machine drivers and operatives not elsewhere classified • Digger driver
• Dredger
• Excavator driver
• JCB driver
• Plant operator
• Rig operator
8231 Train and tram drivers • Train driver
• Train operator
• Tram driver
8233 Air transport operatives • Aircraft dispatcher
• Baggage handler
• Cargo handler (airport)
• Ramp agent
• Refueller (airport)
8234 Rail transport operatives • Railway worker
• Shunter
• Signalman (railways)
• Transport supervisor (railways)
8239 Other drivers and transport operatives not elsewhere classified • Bus inspector
• Operations assistant (freight handling)
• Test driver (motor vehicle mfr)
• Transport supervisor
• Yard foreman (road transport)
9111 Farm workers • Agricultural worker
• Farm labourer
• Farm worker
• Herdsman
• Shepherd
9112 Forestry workers • Forestry contractor
• Forestry worker
• Lumberjack
9119 Fishing and other elementary agriculture occupations not elsewhere classified - all jobs not listed in Table 1 • Horticultural worker
• Labourer (landscape gardening)
• Mushroom picker
• Nursery worker
9120 Elementary construction occupations • Electrician’s mate (building construction)
• Ground worker (building construction)
• Hod carrier
• Labourer (building construction)
9132 Industrial cleaning process occupations • Cleaner and greaser
• Factory cleaner
• Hygiene operator
• Industrial cleaner
9134 Packers, bottlers, canners and fillers • Factory worker (packing)
• Packaging operator
• Packer
• Paint filler
9139 Elementary process plant occupations not elsewhere classified • Factory worker
• Fitter’s mate
• Labourer (engineering)
• Material handler
9211 Postal workers, mail sorters, messengers and couriers • Courier
• Leaflet distributor
• Mail sorter
• Messenger
• Postman
9219 Elementary administration occupations not elsewhere classified • General assistant
• Office junior
• Office worker
• Reprographic technician
9231 Window cleaners • Window cleaner
• Window cleaning contractor
9232 Street cleaners • Cleansing operative (street cleaning)
• Road sweeper
• Street cleaner
9233 Cleaners and domestics • Chambermaid
• Cleaner
• Domestic
• Home help
• School cleaner
9234 Launderers, dry cleaners and pressers • Carpet cleaner
• Dry cleaner
• Garment presser
• Laundry assistant
• Laundry worker
9235 Refuse and salvage occupations • Binman (local government: cleansing department)
• Hopper attendant (refuse destruction)
• Refuse disposal operative
• Salvage worker
9236 Vehicle valeters and cleaners • Car wash assistant
• Carriage service man (railways)
• Motor car polisher (garage)
• Vehicle valeter
9239 Elementary cleaning occupations not elsewhere classified • Amenity block attendant
• Chimney cleaner
• Sweep (chimney)
• Toilet attendant
9241 Security guards and related occupations • CCTV operator
• Park keeper
• Private investigator
• Security guard
• Security officer
9242 Parking and civil enforcement occupations • Car park attendant
• Community warden
• Parking attendant
• Traffic warden
9244 School midday and crossing patrol occupations • Dinner lady (schools)
• Lollipop man
• Lunchtime supervisor
• Midday supervisor
• School crossing patrol
9249 Elementary security occupations not elsewhere classified • Bailiff
• Commissionaire
• Court usher
• Door supervisor
• Doorman
9251 Shelf fillers • General assistant (retail trade)
• Grocery assistant
• Shelf filler
• Shelf stacker
9259 Elementary sales occupations not elsewhere classified • Code controller (wholesale, retail trade)
• Home shopper
• Order picker (retail trade)
• Trolley assistant (wholesale, retail trade)
9260 Elementary storage occupations • Labourer (haulage contractor)
• Order picker
• Warehouse assistant
• Warehouse operator
• Warehouse supervisor
• Warehouseman
9271 Hospital porters • Hospital porter
• Porter (hospital service)
• Portering supervisor (hospital services)
9272 Kitchen and catering assistants • Catering assistant
• Crew member (fast food outlet)
• Kitchen assistant
• Kitchen porter
9273 Waiters and waitresses • Head waiter
• Silver service waiter
• Steward (catering)
• Waiter
• Waitress
9274 Bar staff • Bar supervisor
• Barmaid
• Barperson
• Bartender
• Glass collector (public house)
9275 Leisure and theme park attendants • Arcade assistant
• Cinema attendant
• Ride operator
• Steward (sports ground)
• Usher
• Usherette
9279 Other elementary services occupations not elsewhere classified • Bingo caller
• Hotel assistant
• Night porter
• Porter (residential buildings)
• Stage hand (entertainment)