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13:29 GMT, Tuesday, 8 June 2010 14:29 UK

Senior civil servant pay revealed

Michael Birt

In 2009 over 550 public sector employees earned over £70,000 a year, although that includes salary, overtime and other pay.

Those earning over £70,000 included senior civil servants, chief officers, hospital consultants, fire, police, prison officers and head teachers.

It also included some nurses, midwives and paramedics.

For the first time the salary bands per job have been revealed for those earning over £100,000.

The nurses, midwives, paramedics, five teachers and two manual workers were included due to high levels of overtime pay.

Over £100,000

Salaries of specific jobs earning over £100,000 have been shown for the first time, split into bands of £5,000 to bring it inline with Jersey's data protection law.

Cyril Le Marquand House

The Chief Executive of the States of Jersey, Bill Ogley, was the islands highest paid civil servant in 2009, taking a salary between £207,549 and £212,549.

In comparison to the UK, the Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Home Civil Service, Gus O'Donnell's salary was between £235,000 and £239,999.

The Bailiff, Michael Birt's salary was between £199,911 and £204,911 with the Deputy Bailiff between £172,878 and £177,878.

Jersey's Airport Director, Julian Green, earned between £122,192 and £127,192 and the Medical Officer of Health earned between £143,304 and £148,304.

In the UK the Chief Medical Officer Sir Liam Donaldson earns between £205,000 and £209,999.

The Queen's representative in Jersey, the Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant General Andrew Ridgway earns between £98,706 and £103,706.

SALARY BREAKDOWN

TITLE SALARY BAND

Bailiff £199,911 - £204,911

Deputy Bailiff £172,878 - £177,878

Attorney General £168,030 - £173,030

Solicitor General £147,216 - £152,216

Judicial Greffier £130,905 - £135,905

Greffier of the States £105,609 - £110,609

Deputy Judicial Greffier £104,108 - £109,108

Chief Executive £207,549 - £212,549

Medical Officer of Health £143,304 - £148,304

Director of International Finance £142,318 - £147,318

Treasurer of the States £138,472 - £143,472

Deputy Chief Executive/ Chief Officer - Resources £138,472 - £143,472

Chief Officer - Health and Social Services £126,884 - £131,884

Director - Education Sport and Culture £125,957 - £130,957

Director of International Tax £125,500 - £130,500

Chief Officer - Police £124,999 - £129,999

Chief Officer - Transport and Technical Services £121,464 - £126,464

Chief Officer - Economic Development Department £121,340 - £126,340

Comptroller of Income tax £117,171 - £122,171

Head of Employment Relations £113,433 - £118,433

Director of Property Management £113,433 - £118,433

Chief Officer - Social Security £110,329 - £115,329

Chief Officer - Home Affairs £110,329 - £115,329
Chief Officer - Planning and Environment £107,636 - £112,636

Principal Highlands £103,731 - £108,731

Chief Executive of Customs and Immigration £101,885 - £106,885

Harbourmaster and Chief Executive £101,885 - £106,885

Director of Human Resources £101,840 - £106,840

IT Director £100,840 - £105,840

Chief Officer - Housing £97,803 - £102,803

Assistant Magistrate (x 2) £106,945 - £111,945

Lieutenant Governor £98,706 - £103,706

Principal Legal advisor £129,500 - £134,500

Director (Criminal division) £122,500 - £127,500

Senior Legal Advisor 1 £113,500 - £118,500

Law Draftsman £111,100 - £116,100

Crown Advocate £110,500 - £115,500

Senior Legal Advisor 2 £108,000 - £113,000

Senior Assistant Law Draftsman £102,646 - £107,646

Senior Legal Advisor (x 2) £100,528 - £105,528

Hospital Consultant (x 16) £135,930

Hospital Consultant (x 10) £124,481

Hospital Consultant (x 3) £118,567

Hospital Consultant £113,151
Hospital Consultant (x 2) £112,653

Hospital Consultant £110,879

Hospital Consultant (x 2) £109,696

Hospital Consultant (x 2) £108,744

Hospital Consultant (x 5) £102,972

Hospital Consultant (x 2) £101,789

Hospital Consultant (x 2) £100,607


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Jo, St Helier

One wonders why we need 45 consultants to work in a hospital which Verita said was poorly managed?

Don't understand overtime pay - teachers don't get paid overtime.

Colin, St Helier

top whack money for cutting jobs at the bottom why are our states members letting them get away with it cut out the fat cats first we have far to many.it seems our goverment are scare of the civil servents

Dave, Grouville

well well now we know for sure just how much of our money go on so called top civil servents .just think the states could employ five grade 3 workers full time and still have money left over if they got rid of the cheif civil servent and just why the cheif minister needs 3 highly paidone in his office alone beats me




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