Pay scales of specialist Software Delivery Staff in HMRC

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Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

Using the DDaT framework, please provide me with the count, level, base pay scales and grade for permanent staff in post, for the below DDaT roles within HMRC.

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:
4 x Senior Software Engineer, G7, £38k - £47k
2 x Principal Software Engineer, G6, £53k - £68k

This 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

Team, FOI, HM Revenue and Customs

Our ref: FOI2022/11173

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Dear Mr Taylor,

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March.

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