Senior employees’ salaries
The Data Transparency Code requires Devon County Council to publish the salary of senior employees whose salary is £50,000 or above (in brackets of £5,000) and to provide details of their job title, grade and key responsibilities. Other information required includes; any interim cover arrangements, vacancies and details of any benefits paid in addition to salary where this is relevant. Please find the senior employees’ salaries report here.
The figures provided relate to the full-time equivalent salary of a post, and not the actual salary of the current post holder as some employees work part-time. No indication is made for which posts are currently part-time as the information relates to the post and not the post holder.
The Council’s Leadership posts are paid using the Leadership Pay Grades L0 to L9. References to ‘AFC’ pay grades relate to the National Health Service’s Agenda for Change pay bands. References to ‘NJC’ pay grades relate to the National Joint Council pay scales.
A further table summarises the number of employees whose remuneration for the financial year was at least £50,000 in brackets of £5,000.
Details of senior employees on salaries of £150,000 or above can be found in the organisational structure charts.
Organisational structure charts
The Data Transparency Code requires Devon County Council to publish an organisation structure chart covering employees in the top three levels of the organisation. Withing the chart, for each member of the Senior Leadership Team, details of their job title, salary, department, and their duties and responsibilities are provided.
Please assume the following unless otherwise stated:
- All posts are permanent,
- All salaries are spot points,
- Senior staff can be contacted through the customer service centre 0345 155 1015.
Trade union facilities time
The Data Transparency Code requires Devon County Council to publish information about trade unions that are directly employed and funded by Devon County Council.
Under the Data Transparency Code, Devon County Council is required to publish the ‘pay multiple’ annually which is defined as the ratio between the highest taxable earnings for the given year and the median earnings figure for the whole of the workforce. This information is published in section 7 of the Pay Policy Statement (April 2023 – March 2024).