October 2021- IT Salary & Contractor Rates – Yorkshire

Management – IT Permanent & Contract Roles

 
Permanent Salary
% Rate Change
Contract Rate
% Rate Change
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
£96,000
17%
£876
0%
Chief Information Officer (CIO)
£108,000
17%
£852
0%
IT Director
£120,000
20%
£788
1%
Head of IT
£66,000
21%
£493
-19%
IT Manager
£54,648
10%
£552
-5%
Infrastructure Manager
£61,200
12%
£611
0%
DevOps Manager
£90,000
17%
£670
0%
Network Manager
£47,772
14%
£670
15%
Security Manager
£72,000
21%
£693
0%
Service Delivery Manager
£58,500
17%
£581
0%
Service Desk Manager
£54,000
15%
£529
22%
Database Manager
£49,200
14%
£478
0%
Development Manager
£66,300
15%
£670
-4%
E-Commerce Manager
£33,000
12%
£581
0%
Systems Manager
£63,000
14%
£581
0%

 

Team – Permanent & Contracts Roles

 
Permanent Salary
% Rate Change
Contract Rate
% Rate Change
1st Line Support
£27,000
13%
£221
9%
2nd Line Support
£31,800
12%
£298
9%
3rd Line Support
£46,800
6%
£413
-6%
Mac Engineer
£39,000
13%
£640
0%
Applications Support
£42,000
14%
£434
28%
Business Analyst
£52,500
12%
£581
12%
Systems Analyst
£43,200
0%
£581
12%
Database Administrator
£52,500
24%
£670
0%
.NET Development Team Leader
£57,000
15%
£699
0%
Service Desk Team Leader
£39,000
11%
£478
32%
Network Engineer
£54,000
15%
£404
-7%
Infrastructure Engineer
£54,000
13%
£493
-6%
Systems Architect
£102,000
17%
£634
0%
Project Manager
£56,400
15%
£611
5%
Linux Administrator
£48,000
14%
£611
0%
Software Architect
£102,000
17%
£758
0%
Snr Systems Administrator
£46,200
17%
£581
0%
Snr Cisco Network Engineer
£44,100
14%
£557
0%
Network Security Engineer
£53,844
15%
£481
0%

 

If your company is thinking of hiring, do it now. As demand rises, so too with the rates of pay and the difficulty levels of attracting and securing the right talent.

If, however, your company is slowing down – beware! If your IT staff start to feel insecure, talent competitors and recruiters will find it very easy to persuade your staff to interview elsewhere. Despite the stress and negativity that may exist, take the time to focus on reassuring your team and, where appropriate, reward their loyalty. It’s a false economy to avoid salary increases for your best people. Doing so risks leave yourself vulnerable to losing key staff and the larger costs in both time and money of replacing them.

Should you be considering recruitment or simply would like some advice on anything recruitment related, please do not hesitate to give us a call and see how we can really help you to Recruit Someone Worth Recruiting.

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