Top and bottom 20 full time salaries (or pro-rata part time)

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,

This is the same as a request that you responded to some months ago, I would again like the same information, but using current salaries.
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I would like information on the highest and lowest 20 full time
salaries (or pro-rata for part timers) paid by the council to any
employee.

I do not need individuals to be identified so there should be no
data protection issue.

I would like details of the post held (as detailed as allowed) the
annual pay (actual and pro-rata full time) and the market value of
any benefits making up a remuneration package. I would like this
information based on equivalent full-time salary for the highest
paid 20 employees and the lowest paid 20 employees.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Perrin

Freedom Of Information, Brighton and Hove City Council

Thank you for your request for information and I confirm we shall respond as quickly as possible, but not later than 9 December 2011.

Regards

Douglas


Douglas Frost | ICT Support Analyst | Brighton & Hove City Council | ICT Open Plan | First Floor Hove Town Hall BN3 4AH | Tel: 01273 293505

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Dear Freedom Of Information,

A response to this request is now very overdue, can you explain the delay, and tell me when a response will be forthcoming?

Yours sincerely,

Paul Perrin

Paul O'neill, Brighton and Hove City Council

Regarding your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000: Ref: foi/ 922 /11

Please find set out below the information in response to the above request:

Request:

I would like information on the highest and lowest 20 full time
salaries (or pro-rata for part timers) paid by the council to any
employee.

I do not need individuals to be identified so there should be no
data protection issue.

I would like details of the post held (as detailed as allowed) the
annual pay (actual and pro-rata full time) and the market value of
any benefits making up a remuneration package. I would like this
information based on equivalent full-time salary for the highest
paid 20 employees and the lowest paid 20 employees.

Response:

Below is a breakdown of the 20 highest paid employees of the council:

£170,000 per annum - Chief Executive

£125,000 per annum - Strategic Director (4)

£100,000 - £115,000 per annum - Headteacher (2)

£92,000 - £95,000 per annum - Director (1)

£86,000 - £91,000 per annum - Director (1); Headteacher (1)

£78,000 - £85,000 per annum - Lead Commissioner (2); Head of Service (3); Headteacher (5);

These employees do not receive any other benefits.

Below is a breakdown of the 20 lowest paid employees of the council:

£9,800 - £10,500 per annum - Apprentice (5)

£10,600 - £11,500 per annum - Apprentice (5)

£13,800 - £15,100 per annum - a number of different job roles fall within this salary range. However, Midday Supervisory Assistant (618) is the largest group.

These employees do not receive any other benefits.

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Hove, BN3 4AH
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