Written answers

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Department of Finance

Civil Service Staff

8:00 pm

Photo of Mary Lou McDonaldMary Lou McDonald (Dublin Central, Sinn Fein)
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Question 121: To ask the Minister for Finance if he will list each of the primary grades within the following public sectors (details supplied); the grades within primary grades for example engineer grade 1, grade 2 grade 3; the corresponding pay for each primary grade and also each grade within a grade as explained. [17376/11]

Photo of Michael NoonanMichael Noonan (Minister, Department of Finance; Limerick City, Fine Gael)
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Because of the volume of grades within the civil service, comprising general service grades, grades common to two or more Departments and grades specific to one Department/Office only, it is not practical to list each of the grades, and relevant pay scales in my reply. I am confining my reply to some of the most common grades. Copies of pay circulars are published on the Departmental website http://per.gov.ie/. Details of other grades, not specified in circulars, can be obtained from Conciliation and Arbitration section, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. Examples of some of the most common grades and salary scales are set out below:

Because of the volume of grades within the civil service, comprising general service grades, grades common to two or more Departments and grades specific to one Department/Office only, it is not practical to list each of the grades, and relevant pay scales in my reply. I am confining my reply to some of the most common grades. Copies of pay circulars are published on the Departmental website http://per.gov.ie/. Details of other grades, not specified in circulars, can be obtained from Conciliation and Arbitration section, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. Examples of some of the most common grades and salary scales are set out below:

GradeSalary scale 1Min-maxSalary scale (ppc) 2Min-maxNumber of points on scale 3
Principal (higher)€85,957-105,429€90,355-€110,8447
Principal€80,051-€98,424€84,132-€103,4727
Assistant Principal (higher)€67.913-€84,296€71,359-€88,5988
Assistant Principal€61,996-€76,768€65,185-€80,6788
Administrative Officer (higher)€40,734- €57,251€42,838-€60,2248
Administrative Officer€31,619-€55,415€33,247-€58,29410
Higher Executive Officer (higher)€46,426-€57,251€48,831-€60,2249
Higher Executive Officer€43,816-€55,415€46,081-€58,2949
Executive Officer (higher)€29,024-€47,379€30,516-€49,83714
Executive Officer€29,024-€45,616€30,516-€47,97512
Staff Officer€33,070- €43,906€34,771-€46,17110
Clerical Officer (higher)€23,042-€36,267€24,255-€38,13514
Clerical Officer€22,015-€35,515€23,177-€37,34114
Head Services Officer€27,980-€34,954€29,428-€36,7548
Services Officer€20,806-€27,739€21,732-€29,1819
Services Attendant€20,806-€27,376€21,732-€28,8089

Because of the volume of grades within the civil service, comprising general service grades, grades common to two or more Departments and grades specific to one Department/Office only, it is not practical to list each of the grades, and relevant pay scales in my reply. I am confining my reply to some of the most common grades. Copies of pay circulars are published on the Departmental website http://per.gov.ie/. Details of other grades, not specified in circulars, can be obtained from Conciliation and Arbitration section, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform. Examples of some of the most common grades and salary scales are set out below:

GradeSalary scale 1Min-maxSalary scale (ppc) 2Min-maxNumber of points on scale 3
Engineer Grade I€65,247-€80,814€68,553-€84,9358
Engineer Grade II€55,863-€69,132€58,765-€72,64210
Engineer Grade III€30,738-€59,604€32,317-€62,70115
Professional Accountant Grade I€65,247-€80,814€68,553-€84,9358
Professional Accountant Grade II€55,863-€69,132€58,765-€72,64210
Professional Accountant Grade III€30,738-€59,604€32,317-€62,70115
Higher Legal Executive€43,816-€55,415€46,081-€58,2949
Legal Executive€33,070-€43,906€34,771-€46,17110
Senior Engineering Draughtsperson€36,564-€44,547€38,451-€46,8539
Engineering Draughtsperson€27,578-€40,209€29,018-€42,28713
Senior Architect€59,719-€80,814€62,832-€84,9358
Architect€35,698-€63,329€37,532-€66,58515
Architectural Assistant Grade II€27,578-€40,209€29,018-€42,28713
Senior Laboratory Analyst€45,489-€61,136€47,842-€64,3159
Laboratory Analyst€32,780-€50,570€34,463-€53,19414

1 Salary scales in respect of pre 6th April 1995 established serving staff paying the modified rate of PRSI e.g. Class B, and all unestablished staff.

2 Salary scales in respect of established officers appointed on or after 6th April 1995 paying the Class A rate of PRSI and making an employee contribution in respect of personal superannuation benefits. These scales are 1/19th higher that the corresponding pre-1995 scales.

3 Scales indicated include long service increments where applicable, the first being payable after 3 years satisfactory service at the maximum and the second after 6 years satisfactory service at the maximum.

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