Soldiers pay by rank chart 2010?

#1
I just got promoted to Lance Corporal and was wondering if anyone has a link to this years pay chart so I can see what I'm earning per month/year?
 

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#2
Man@RHQ ?
 

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#4
But if you can contain your excitement, at 0dark00 it won't be.....
 
#5
Kingxex said:
I just got promoted to Lance Corporal and was wondering if anyone has a link to this years pay chart so I can see what I'm earning per month/year?

Congratulations.

Here's a link to the AFPRB homepage, click on the report link for 09/10 and scroll to page 50:

http://www.ome.uk.com/AFPRB_Reports.aspx

Assuming you're in the Regular Army, you'll find that your pay depends on your band and varies accordingly from £21.4K to £25.2K.
 
#7
If you look at your payslip it has a figure on it entitled Basic Pay; this is your monthly pay. Multiply by 12 for annual salary (sounds obvious but this never used to be the case).
 
#8
Can't link to it but if you go on Armynet and search 2010 pay bands, the second bottom result on the 1st page entitled 2010dib_13.pdf gives you the high band rate on page 7 and low band on page 8
 
#9
I've only just got promoted yesterday and my next payslip is like next month, I'm impatient :)

I'll have a look at that, just wondered if anyone is REME or knew. Cheers again.
 
#10
Edit - scrap that it didn't link but if you go to your payslip on Armynet on the right hand side there will be a link to the pay scales
 
#12
Kingxex said:
Thanks for the link and congrats :)

I think I'm on higher band because I'm REME, can anyone confirm this?
Yup, I know what you mean but, fck it, preapare for incoming.............So, you're not sure if you're in the REME?

Hmm-lets check, shall we?

1. Have you recently passed Pt 2 tea drinking? Check.

2. Ref 1, do you spill most of it down your denims? Check.

3. Can you suck your breathe through your teeth and say, at the same time, 'That's fcked, that is/Can't do it until Monday/I've only got two and I'm saving them until someone needs them'. Check

Then, yes, you are in the REME: congratulations on the promotion, btw.
 
#15
I'm pretty sure that's not how it works, because there are lower and higher band pay rates for Crafties and Lance jacks. Crafties are pinned at £17,000 in both lower and higher though and Lance jacks from £21,000 to £25,000 (according to said links above).

At least that's what I've heard. So would be nice to know if I'm higher or lower?
 
#16
Your on highband, as lance jack and full screw, low band as a sgt returning to high band as a tiffy, low band for artisan ssgt. I'm sure thats how it works, vm side of life anyway. No clue about techs as they get promoted that quick it don't matter
 
#17
CraftyJay said:
Your on highband, as lance jack and full screw, low band as a sgt returning to high band as a tiffy, low band for artisan ssgt. I'm sure thats how it works, vm side of life anyway. No clue about techs as they get promoted that quick it don't matter
High band as a Sgt too, only reverting back to low band if you keep your spine intact!

Kingex, Go and ask your clerk!
 
#18
Kingxex said:
I've only just got promoted yesterday and my next payslip is like next month, I'm impatient :)

I'll have a look at that, just wondered if anyone is REME or knew. Cheers again.
Would you be a Tech by any chance?
 
#19
Kingxex said:
I did that but as I said I got promoted yesterday and it still thinks I'm a Craftsman on the payslip.
No not on your payslip.......

1. Go to the page on Armynet to view your payslip

2. Look to the right of the payslip and you will see a box titled "Page Links"

3. Locate Pay Scales and click

4. Scroll down the AGC a little and you will see "If you wish to see the general Pay Scales, they can be viewed here:"
Under that click the link £ - Soldiers Pay

5. Open the PDF and scroll down the page until you see the Pte/LCpl pay levels

Whatever level you were on you will now go up one level unless your a red arrse then you'll jump to Level 5

eg. On level 3 as Cfn now on level 5
On level 6 as Cfn now on level 6

If you can't follow these instructions then I'd go and tell your boss you don't want your tape :twisted:
 
#20
oh and if you want someone to tell you if your high or low band (if you've just been promoted I can't believe you don't know and suggest you find out before one of your lads ask's you seeing as your supposed to be their 1st port of call) you need to tell people what trade you are as different jobs in the same Corps get you different pay.

Out of interest just how long have you been in?
 

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