Senior employee information
Sunderland City Council publishes remuneration details for all appropriate senior employees relating to the financial year
Senior Salaries - Senior Employees
|A||Post holder information||Job title of the employee and name of employee where salary exceeds £150,000|
|B||Salary amount||Total pay in salary, fees or allowances during the financial year|
|C||Bonuses||Bonuses paid to employees during the financial year|
|D||Expense allowances||Total value of expenses subject to income tax paid to employees during the financial year|
|E||Compensation for loss in office||Payments made to or receivable by employees in connection with the termination of their employment with the council|
|F||Benefits in kind||Total value of benefits in kind received by employees|
|G||Total remuneration excluding pension contributions||Subtotal|
|H||Employers pension contributions||How much the employer has contributed towards the individual's pension during the financial year|
|I||Total remuneration including pension contributions||Total remuneration during the financial year|
|J||Responsibilities||Lists briefly the responsibilities of senior employees, including the services and functions for which they have responsibility|
Senior salary count
Sunderland City Council publishes the number of other employees, not disclosed as senior employees, whose remuneration, excluding employer's contributions, was £50,000 or more in bands of £5,000.
|A||Remuneration band||Salary bands start at £50,000 in brackets of £5,000|
|B||Employee count: non-teaching staff||Number of employees whose remuneration falls within the salary band|
|C||Employee count: teaching staff||Number of employees whose remuneration falls within the salary band|
The council's organisation chart covers the top three management tiers of the organisation, which are the Chief Executive, Deputy Chief Executive and Executive Directors, and the Corporate Directors.
The chart provides information for these senior managers on their grade, job title, department, service area, type of contract (permanent or temporary), whether the post is shared, contact details, salary band in £5,000 brackets, and the maximum salary for the grade.
The council's pay multiple data shows the ratio between the highest paid taxable earnings for the given year, and the median earnings figure for the whole of the Council's workforce.
The Median is the half-way point for half of the total number of employees between the lowest and highest remuneration value.
The report may raise questions, if you wish to know more about any of the transactions, please email: HR&OD-HRManagement-Information@sunderland.gov.uk We aim to respond within fifteen working days.
Format of the data
We publish the data in two formats:
- The PDF makes it easier for you to read or print the data
- The CSV format allows you to analyse and sort the data in the spread sheet software package of your choice
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