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09th May 2016

Minimum Wage Salary for a manager to run a care home

What is the wage for a manager to run a 4 bed care home in Nottingham, Adults with learning difficulties?
Thank you.

Hello,

There are laws about the National Living Wage but there are no laws about the pay of a Registered Manager apart from that.

There are pay scales for people undertaking the role in a local authority but not for people working in the private or not for profit sector.

Pay rates vary on a great many levels. For instance:

  • Experience;
  • Size of the service;
  • Qualifications;
  • Local pay rates.

Apart from that it is a matter for you to negotiate your pay with your employer.

Best wishes.

Sheila


*All information is correct at the time of publishing.


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