The number of female staff working in the Department for Education, including information about salaries.
- Date requested: 4 March 2013
- Date responded: 12 March 2013
The number of women currently working in the Department for Education. Also, could you let me know how women’s pay compares to the men’s pay in detail, ie not just averages? How many people earn how much in, say, each £10,000 band of the pay scale, and within each of those bands how many people are men or women?
As the department is structured by grade bands rather than a continuous pay scale, we have provided the information requested by grade band and included details of the pay scales for each grade band.
Figures are provided as at 28 February 2013.
|Higher Executive Officer||490||287|
|Senior Executive Officer||497||378|
|Senior Civil Service||80||85|
|Pay band information||National band minimum||National band maximum||London band minimum||London band maximum|
|Higher Executive Officer||£26,800||£29,650||£30,100||£33,350|
|Senior Executive Officer||£33,200||£36,863||£36,700||£40,863|
|Senior Civil Service||£60,729||£140,000||£58,200||£160,000|
Published: 24 September 2013
From: Department for Education