What is the NH 03 pay band?

What is the NH 03 pay band?

The NH-03 pay band goes up to a GS-13/Step 10, meaning that if you are in an NH-03 position, you will become a GS-13 equivalent non-competitively. If your current position as a GS-12 does not ladder to a 13, you will have to compete for a GS-13.

What does NH mean in pay scale?

Trey: the NH payscale is just a payband for acq coded personel. Basically one of the ways the gov’t tried rewarding performance by giving managers flexibility increasing pay. Most places are phasing out non GS pay schedules though. If that happens the person is converted to an equivilant pay in the GS system.

What is a GS 03?

GS-3 is the 3rd paygrade in the General Schedule (GS) payscale, the payscale used to determine the salaries of most civilian government employees. Starting salary for a GS-3 employee is $24,216.00 per year at Step 1, with a maximum possible base pay of $31,479.00 per year at Step 10.

What is the salary of a GS-14 government employee?

$93,907.00 per year
Starting salary for a GS-14 employee is $93,907.00 per year at Step 1, with a maximum possible base pay of $122,077.00 per year at Step 10. The hourly base pay of a Step 1 GS-14 employee is $45.00 per hour1.

What is NH-04 pay band?

Dahlgren, Virginia: Position will be filled at NH-04 Medium starting salary of $122,530 to $169,676 (30.48% locality), unless statutory/regulatory rates prevail.

What is NH-04 equivalent to?

NH-04 was a pay band of GS-14 through GS-15. Later on, I was put into the NSPS as a YA-03 which had the same pay band as a NH-04. The primary reason I accepted the promotion and the job was because of the chance to earn up to GS-15 Step 10 pay, which is what my management was saying.

What are GS-3 jobs?

General Schedule (GS) pay is the pay grade scale the government uses to pay its federal civilian employees. GS-3 pay is a grade of this pay that specifies the pay scale a particular federal employee can expect to earn. These positions are typically entry-level or technician-level positions.