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Bandings within your departments #73244 24/05/18 10:37 AM
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Steveddie Offline OP
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Apologies if this thread already exists (and please direct me to the thread if it does) but what bandings of technicians do you have in your departments up to and including team leaders.

Here at Derriford we have technicians at 2,3,4,5,6 and 7 (Team Leaders).

Re: Bandings within your departments [Re: Steveddie] #73866 14/12/18 8:30 AM
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yea bonding with a case of beer. :-)


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Re: Bandings within your departments [Re: Steveddie] #73867 14/12/18 10:12 AM
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There's me, a band 5 and a band 6. Both qualified to the same level. We also have an unqualified band 4 and band 5. It makes no sense whatsoever if you ask me. I have been asking for a long time as to how the bandings are given, but considering we are run by a band 8 without any background or qualification in the subject, its a difficult answer.
Take a look at https://www.nhsemployers.org/-/medi...88EBD7102F017D45227DC6C8347F42F98B1F83A7
Hope this helps.


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