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Senior management salaries

Job Title Salary Band
Chief Executive £105,000 to £109,999
Director of Finance £65,000 to £69,999
Deputy Chief Executive £70,000 to £74,999

Senior salaries and salary count

Financial year Description
2017-2018 Senior salaries for 2017 / 2018 (CSV 4 Kb)
2017-2018 Salary count for 2017 / 2018 (CSV 1 Kb)
2017-2018 Senior salaries for 2017 / 2018 (PDF 91 Kb)
2016-2017 Senior salaries for 2016 / 2017 (CSV 3 Kb)
2016-2017 Salary count for 2016 / 2017 (CSV 1 Kb)
2016-2017 Senior salaries for 2016 / 2017 (PDF 89 Kb)
2015-2016 Senior salaries for 2015 / 2016 (CSV 3 Kb)
2015-2016 Salary count for 2015 / 2016 (CSV 1 Kb)
2015-2016 Senior salaries for 2015 / 2016 (PDF 88 Kb)
2014-2015 Senior salaries for 2014 / 2015 (CSV 3 Kb)
2014-2015 Salary count for 2014 / 2015 (CSV 1 Kb)
2014-2015 Senior salaries for 2014 / 2015 (PDF 88 Kb)

Budget expenditure by department:

Net Revenue Service Expenditure for 2018-2019

Department Budget Expenditure
Finance £1,260,000
Governance £6,756,000
All departments Total £8,016,000

Pay multiple

Financial year Description
2017-2018 Pay multiple for 2017 / 2018 (CSV 1 Kb)
2016-2017 Pay multiple for 2016 / 2017 (CSV 1 Kb)
2015-2016 Pay multiple for 2016 / 2017 (CSV 1 Kb)
2014-2015 Pay multiple for 2016 / 2017 (CSV 1 Kb)

The pay multiple - overview of the Council

This information is based upon the Pay Policy Statement for 2018/2019.

(At the time of review and publication, the National Joint Council pay awards for Officers and Chief Officers for 2018-2019 had not been agreed. Salaries and pay multiples quoted are based on the current and most up to date figures available).

The median (average) salary is determined by ordering all employee salaries from highest to lowest (or lowest to highest) and identifying which salary falls at the mid-point of the range. The mean (average) salary is defined as the total estimated salaries payable in 2017-2018 for the full permanent establishment (headcount) divided by the Full Time Equivalent (FTE) of the full establishment. The pay multiple between the median (average) salary at the Council (£22,658) and the highest paid employee (Chief Officer) is 1:3.1. The pay multiple between the mean (average) salary at the Council (£25,442) and the highest paid employee (Chief Officer) is 1:2.8. The pay multiple between the "lowest paid employee" (£15,613) and the highest paid employee (Chief Officer) is 1:4.5. The highest paid Chief Officer (Deputy Chief Executive) receives £70,459 inclusive of applicable supplements.

The definition of 'lowest-paid employees' adopted by the Council for the purposes of the Pay Policy Statement is those employees on the lowest pay point in use by the Council. Taking account of the increase in the National Living Wage on 1 April 2017, the lowest pay point in the Council equates to a minimum of £7.50 per hour - Grade A/B; Spinal Column Point 6-7; £15,014 - £15,115.

There are 4 employees at the Council whose remuneration is greater than £50,000 (see information above on Chief Officers).

Workforce profile

Grade Salary scale (per annum) Percentage of workforce Median
A/B/C £15,014 to £16,491 6%  
D/E/F £16,781 to £22,658 46% Median lies at Grade 'F'
G/H/I £23,398 to £30,153 27%  
J/K/L £30,785 to £38,237 15%  
Chief Officer £41,604 to £70,459 6%  
    Total 100%
(189 employees in 206 posts as at 1 March 2018)