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Highways England is a Government-owned company. They operate, maintain and improve England's motorways and major A roads.highwaysengland.co.uk
What’s the pay at Highways England?
The average pay at Highways England is between £10.55 and £18.55 per hour.
Last updated 17 February 2023
What is the Real Living Wage?
The Real Living Wage is a voluntary rate employers can sign up to that is based on the real cost of living.
|Location||Real Living Wage|
|Rest of the UK||£10.90|
What is the legal minimum wage?
The minimum wage is the legal minimum you must be paid per hour.
|Age group||Legal minimum wage|
|23 or older||£9.50|
How we know this
Based on 49 job reviews from people who work at Highways England.
More about pay at Highways England
Which public sector bodies pay most?
- Westminster City Council Pay £8.94–24.78 per hour
- Scottish Prison Service Pay £11.67–20.01 per hour
- Croydon Council Pay £10.40–25.96 per hour
- Metropolitan Police Pay £11.54–23.08 per hour
- London Fire Brigade Pay £14.60–19.05 per hour
- Police Scotland Pay £11.05–20.38 per hour
- Sussex Police Pay £10.80–22.30 per hour
- Border Force Pay £10.00–20.12 per hour
- House Of Commons Pay £10.01–17.25 per hour
- HM Prison and Probation Service Pay £10.07–17.26 per hour
What people are saying about pay at Highways England
Paid sick leave, parental leave, good maternity pay, plenty of additional annual leave
Mandatory overtime. Gaps in staffing, no pay rises
Highways England Officer, September 2021
Pay, hours, location, pension, job satisfaction
Shifts, senior management, lack of ability to make suggestions without being accused of being negative
Highways England Employee, March 2021
Decent pay, good management
Highways England Regional centre oparator, November 2020