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

Salary estimated from 2,681 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. Last updated: 13 October 2018
Administrative AssistanceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
141 salaries reported
£14,934 per year
  • Most Reported
£7,500
£51,000
57 salaries reported
£20,419 per year
£7,500
£51,000
26 salaries reported
£15,151 per year
£7,500
£51,000
7 salaries reported
£35,957 per year
£7,500
£51,000
10 salaries reported
£17,605 per year
£7,500
£51,000
Software DevelopmentAverage SalarySalary Distribution
26 salaries reported
£57,656 per year
  • Most Reported
£22,000
£99,000
16 salaries reported
£54,900 per year
£22,000
£99,000
32 salaries reported
£46,134 per year
£22,000
£99,000
19 salaries reported
£48,070 per year
£22,000
£99,000
29 salaries reported
£62,207 per year
£22,000
£99,000
ManagementAverage SalarySalary Distribution
15 salaries reported
£66,424 per year
  • Most Reported
£13,000
£131,000
39 salaries reported
£55,717 per year
£13,000
£131,000
11 salaries reported
£71,811 per year
£13,000
£131,000
12 salaries reported
£24,538 per year
£13,000
£131,000
8 salaries reported
£118,975 per year
£13,000
£131,000
Information Design & DocumentationAverage SalarySalary Distribution
23 salaries reported
£56,395 per year
  • Most Reported
£20,000
£97,000
9 salaries reported
£56,634 per year
£20,000
£97,000
7 salaries reported
£50,809 per year
£20,000
£97,000
10 salaries reported
£37,431 per year
£20,000
£97,000
11 salaries reported
£52,716 per year
£20,000
£97,000
Community & Social ServiceAverage SalarySalary Distribution
25 salaries reported
£25,539 per year
  • Most Reported
£7,500
£46,000
21 salaries reported
£18,734 per year
£7,500
£46,000
13 salaries reported
£23,277 per year
£7,500
£46,000
5 salaries reported
£24,464 per year
£7,500
£46,000
5 salaries reported
£23,670 per year
£7,500
£46,000
Claimed Profile

What people say about working at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)

  • Great work, if you like office work.

    Overall job role is simple work at a call centre, taking inbound calls in both Welsh and English for interviews for the Department of Working Pensions and HMPO. Standard 37.5 Hrs a week, wage slightly above minimum which is great. Management is reall...
    Call Centre Agent (Current Employee)
    Bristol - 15 October 2018
  • Processing benefit claims

    I was able to improve on my administrative qualification I receive the year before. The job allowed me to increase my level of accuracy in respect to data entry.
    Administrative Officer (Former Employee)
    Nottingham, England - 5 September 2018
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