Written answers

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Department of Health

Departmental Staff

8:00 pm

Photo of Eoghan MurphyEoghan Murphy (Dublin South East, Fine Gael)
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Question 544: To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs the percentage of staff working in the public sector, including in the civil services, that he deems to fall into the category of frontline staff, administrative, management, elected representative and any other relevant categories; and the way the pay budget is allocated across these categories in percentage and real terms in terms of as a proportion of the Department expenditure on salaries. [28785/12]

Photo of Frances FitzgeraldFrances Fitzgerald (Minister, Department of Children; Dublin Mid West, Fine Gael)
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The information requested by the Deputy in respect of my Department and agencies falling under the remit of my Department is set out in the following tables:

Department of Children and Youth Affairs

Staffing level at end May 2012Pay Allocation 2012% Pay
Administrative/Clerical Staff65%€4.205 million50%
Managerial Staff30%€3.793 million46%
Ministerial/political Staff5%€0.359 million4%
Total130.69 members of staff€8.357 million100%

National Educational Welfare Board

Staffing level at end May 2012Pay Allocation 2012% Pay
Front Line Staff76%€4.461 million69%
Administrative/Clerical Staff15%€0.669 million10%
Managerial Staff9%€1.020 million16%
Pension Costs0%€0.350 million5%
Total91 members of staff€6.500 million100%

Children Detention Schools

Staffing level at end May 2012Pay Allocation 2012% Pay
Front Line Staff79%€10.605 million79%
Administrative/Clerical Staff5%€0.628 million5%
Managerial Staff2%€0.583 million4%
Services Staff14%€1.684 million12%
Total209 members of staff€13.5 million100%

Family Support Agency

Staffing level at end May 2012Pay Allocation 2012% Pay
Administrative/Clerical Staff69%€0.39058%
Managerial Staff31%€0.28642%
Total13 members of staff€0.676 million100%

The breakdown requested by the Deputy is not readily available in respect of the Office of the Ombudsman for Children or the Adoption Authority of Ireland. I have requested the Ombudsman and the Chief Executive Officer of the Adoption Authority to respond directly to the Deputy with the requested information.

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