Cogence Search Global Knowledge Local Delivery Phone SUBMIT YOUR CV

Leaders in London Legal Recruitment

twitter facebook googlePlus linkedin

Unlock Your Career

Salary Surveys

In Category: Salary Surveys
Published: 11/02/2014

Guide to London Associate Salary Levels January 2014

Level

West End

Mid-tier City

Top-tier City

Magic Circle

US (Mid Atlantic)

US (NY rates)

NQ

38 - 54,000

54 - 62,000

58 -63,000

61 - 65,000

67 - 85,000

85 - 103,000

Year 1

40 - 60,000

58 - 67,000

66 - 70,000

68 - 72,500

73 - 94,000

90  - 110,000

Year 2

42 - 64,000

61 - 70,000

72 - 80,000

78 - 80,000

81 - 100,000

95 - 115,000

Year 3

50 - 70,000

65 - 73,000

78 - 90,000

87 – 90,000

87 -112,000

100 - 125,000

Year 4

56 - 75,000

69- 85,000

85 - 93,000

92 – 98,000

93 - 125,000

110 - 140,000

Year 5

60 - 78,000

73 - 90,000

90 - 100,000

97 – 110,000

98 - 130,000

120 - 150,000

Salaried Partner

100,000+

140,000+

180,000+

200,000+

230,000+

250,000+

 

ICT Salaries, Law Firms and Suppliers January 2014

 

Position

Minimum £

Maximum £

Position

Minimum £

Maximum £

IT Director

75,000

N/A

Developer/ Programmer

33,000

70,000

CRM Manager

48000

66,000

Web Developer

28,000

52,000

Development Manager

65,000

100,000+

Elite Developers

52,000

75000

IT Manager

55,000

100,000+

Server Support

38,000

55,000

Customer Services Manager

55,000

84,000

Application Support

28,000

42,000

Network/Ops Manager

50,000

80,000

Trainer

32,000

46,000

Programme Manager

63,000

110,000

Desktop/2nd Line Support

27,000

42,000

Helpdesk Manager

36,000

54,000

Helpdesk

24,000

34,000

Project Manager

43,000

65000

DBA (SQL)

45,000

70,000

Pre-Sales

46,000

65,000

Technical  Sales

50,000* base

85,000*base

Technical Architect

65,000

80,000

Systems Accountant

45,000

75,000

 

 

Written by Mark Husband

Back to blog

Categories

Popular posts

  • Survey Results - The Leaky Pipeline

    These are the results of our survey of over 12,000 lawyers asked to address questions relevant to the effect of gender on progression in the legal profession. The full article has been published in the October edition of Legal Business Magazine. Cogence Search are a highly specialist London and international Legal Recruitment Agency. Read the full article

  • THE LEAKY PIPELINE - Gender and Progression in the Legal Profession

    Our article addressing the issue of gender and progression in the legal profession based upon an extensive survey involving over 12,000 lawyers. The full survey results can be found in the blog below. Read the full article

  • Earth Has Not Anything to Show More Fair: London and the Litigation Market

    Four London-based dispute resolutions tell us why London is the leading jurisdiction for litigation. ‘The future of London dispute resolution lies in the ability of firms to sell our uniquely global dispute resolution skills to the world.’ Mathew Rea, Bryan Cave Read the full article