Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) Salaries in the United Kingdom

Salary estimated from 2,672 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: 17 April 2018
Administrative AssistanceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
365 salaries reported
£15,228 per year
  • Most Reported
£7,500
£50,000
160 salaries reported
£20,375 per year
£7,500
£50,000
67 salaries reported
£15,003 per year
£7,500
£50,000
20 salaries reported
£39,477 per year
£7,500
£50,000
13 salaries reported
£18,341 per year
£7,500
£50,000
Software DevelopmentAverage SalarySalary Distribution
99 salaries reported
£48,918 per year
  • Most Reported
£17,000
£101,000
63 salaries reported
£58,577 per year
£17,000
£101,000
51 salaries reported
£53,355 per year
£17,000
£101,000
29 salaries reported
£62,207 per year
£17,000
£101,000
20 salaries reported
£21,307 per year
£17,000
£101,000
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
£65,144 per year
  • Most Reported
£12,000
£150,000
39 salaries reported
£55,717 per year
£12,000
£150,000
36 salaries reported
£81,947 per year
£12,000
£150,000
28 salaries reported
£24,545 per year
£12,000
£150,000
22 salaries reported
£130,049 per year
£12,000
£150,000
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
81 salaries reported
£45,854 per year
  • Most Reported
£16,000
£82,000
64 salaries reported
£39,497 per year
£16,000
£82,000
24 salaries reported
£52,555 per year
£16,000
£82,000
20 salaries reported
£42,127 per year
£16,000
£82,000
18 salaries reported
£35,675 per year
£16,000
£82,000
Customer ServiceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
£17,360 per year
  • Most Reported
£8,600
£31,000
30 salaries reported
£17,034 per year
£8,600
£31,000
10 salaries reported
£22,873 per year
£8,600
£31,000
8 salaries reported
£25,025 per year
£8,600
£31,000
£17,867 per year
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What people say about working at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

  • Good

    Good salary and working conditions Flexible working hours within a daily structure Civil Service benefits including pension scheme Training opportunities
    Civil Servant - Administrative Officer (Former Employee)
    Pembroke Dock - 22 March 2018
  • Good Place to work

    Typical day at work is to introduce yourself to new customers, chasing up local councils, other benefit departments and customers, making payments, answering customer queries raised on their online account or via telephone. Management is relaxed and ...
    Case Manager (Current Employee)
    Home Counties - 11 March 2018
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