Pay scales of Software Delivery Staff in DWP

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Using the DDaT framework as a guide, please provide me with the count, level, base pay scale and grade for permanent staff in post, for the below DDaT roles within DWP.

Where an employee is recognised by a specialism, this should be rolled up into the closest DDaT job Family.

For example, for a "Java Developer" of a given capability may be reported as:
4 x Senior Software Engineer, G7, £38k - £47k
2 x Principal Software Engineer, G6, £53k - £68k

Note: Pay should not include non pensionable pay or allowances.

DDaT Role:

#Devops / SRE
Apprentice DevOps engineer
Junior DevOps engineer
DevOps engineer
Senior DevOps engineer
Lead DevOps engineer
Principal DevOps engineer

#Software Engineer/ Developer
Apprentice developer
Junior developer
Developer
Senior developer
Lead developer
Principal developer

#Infrastructure Engineer **
Associate infrastructure engineer
Infrastructure engineer
Senior infrastructure engineer
Lead infrastructure engineer
Principal infrastructure engineer

** Including specialist roles include but are not limited to:
network engineer
cloud service specialist (O365, AWS, GCP, Azure)
data centre specialist
security infrastructure
etc

#Test engineer/ Test Automation
Tester (test engineer)
Test engineer
Senior test engineer
Lead test engineer

#Software Testing/QA
QAT analyst
Tester (QAT)
Senior QAT analyst
Lead QAT analyst

Yours faithfully,

S Taylor

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