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    Anyone have a rough idea of what are typical salaries for such a role (London rates) working for a third-party in a client facing role with banks, government ministries, etc. It's very specialized software. I've seen generic software implementation roles at around £50-£75K and wondering if a similar range would apply or not.

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    @NLUK???

    How come you are not jumping at this query?? Or were you awaiting for me to post before you reply??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruasonid View Post
    Anyone have a rough idea of what are typical salaries for such a role (London rates) working for a third-party in a client facing role with banks, government ministries, etc. It's very specialized software. I've seen generic software implementation roles at around £50-£75K and wondering if a similar range would apply or not.
    Well, it depends on lots of factors:
    1. Your experience
    2. Who the third party is
    3. How specialised it actually is. If it's used by banks (plural) and government ministries (plural), it doesn't sound that specialised. Are there more than 10 people in the country that know how to implement it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Well, it depends on lots of factors:
    1. Your experience
    2. Who the third party is
    3. How specialised it actually is. If it's used by banks (plural) and government ministries (plural), it doesn't sound that specialised. Are there more than 10 people in the country that know how to implement it?
    1. 3 years
    2. Vendor
    3. Probably not

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruasonid View Post
    1. 3 years
    2. Vendor
    3. Probably not
    if there's less than 10 people who can do it, and 3 years experience is enough to be a specialist, and lots of banks and government departments use it.....
    Then that 10 will become 100+ very quickly.

    Have you asked the vendor what they'll pay?

    Your 3 years with that software is not going to get you much in the way of salary though. If you have 10+ years of related experience then you're talking. I'd say around £60k as it's London.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyD View Post
    @NLUK???

    How come you are not jumping at this query?? Or were you awaiting for me to post before you reply??
    Why would I? I generally don't post until someone has posted something stupid.. but now you've done the honours I am here.
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