Full details about of overtime can be found in section 3.7.2 of the Handbook for Support Staff
Overtime is defined as time which, with the approval of the line manager, is worked in excess of the hours specified in the contract of employment.
(i) All staff employed in grades 1-5 are eligible for overtime.
(ii) Overtime can be taken either as time off in lieu (TOIL) or as paid hours. TOIL will be at single time, ie one hour off for every additional hour worked. However, if the number of hours worked in a month could result in pay dropping below national minimum wage, TOIL must be taken within the same pay reference period. If this is not possible then overtime should be paid.
(iii) Any additional qualifying hours worked up to 36.5 hours per week will be paid at plain time.
(iv) Where compensation for overtime is to be paid, additional qualifying hours worked over 36.5 per week will be paid in accordance with the following schedule:
the first 7.25 hours of overtime working (in excess of 36.5 hours): time and a half
any subsequent hours of overtime working (ie on completion of 43.75 hours): double time
(v) Overtime on public holidays (where an individual is not contractually obliged to work on public holidays) will be paid at double time.
(vi) Overtime worked regularly over a period of time should be included in holiday pay