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People We Employ

Posted By: diggingdeeper

People We Employ - 25th May 2018 11:20pm

2016-2017 (Renumeration)

Eric Robinson, Chief Executive: £192,256
Managing Director for Delivery: £137,723
Executive Director for Strategy: £137,644
Director for Health and Care: £128,201
Director for Children: £127,497
Director for Business Services (Assistant Chief Executive): £121,653
Director for Health and Wellbeing: £105,082

2018-2019 (Salary only)

Chief Executive, Eric Robinson £178,518
Director for Children, Paul Boyce £140,000
Director for Corporate Resources and Reform, Paul Satoor £125,498
Assistant Chief Executive, David Armstrong £116,268
Director for Health and Care, Graham Hodkinson £116,268
Director of Merseyside Pension Fund, Peter Wallach £113,361
Director: Governance and Assurance,Philip McCourt £107,548
Director for Strategy and Partnerships Fiona Johnstone (Acting) £107,547
Director for Finance and Investments (S151), Shaer Halewood £104,642
Posted By: Bobario

Re: People We Employ - 26th May 2018 7:52pm

thats what, £1100000 up the swanney. I've always said public money attracts vultures.
Posted By: diggingdeeper

Re: People We Employ - 26th May 2018 10:26pm

There's a shed load of circa £90k salaries as well.
Posted By: keef666

Re: People We Employ - 9th Jun 2018 8:29am

And not one of them knows what they are doing, couldn't run a piss up in a brewery they need to put against the wall?
Posted By: DavidB

Re: People We Employ - 9th Jun 2018 12:11pm

Just under 1 million pounds being paid to seven people in a year!! W T F
Posted By: diggingdeeper

Re: People We Employ - 10th Dec 2019 8:26pm

Just to update this for 2019-2020 basic salaries.

Chief Executive
Paul Satoor £158,116

Assistant Chief Executive and Corporate Director for Delivery
David Armstrong £120,965

Corporate Director for Children's Services
Paul Boyce £153,460

Director for (Adult) Care and Health
Graham Hodkinson £120,965

Corporate Director for Business Management
Paul Satoor £130,568

Corporate Director for Economic and Housing Growth
Alan Evans (interim) £108,869

The following salaries are full time equivalence.

Director for Finance and Investments
Shaer Halewood £114,917

Director for Governance and Assurance
Philip McCourt £117,941

Director for Change and Organisational Design
Nikki Boardman £108,869

Director for Merseyside Pension Fund
Peter Wallach £120,965

Assistant Director: Finance and Investments
Daniel Kirwan £72,180

Assistant Director: Commercial Management
Nicola Butterworth £83,286

Assistant Director: Community Services
Colin Clayton £72,180

Strategic Commissioner: Environment
Mark Smith £97,572

Assistant Director: Place Services
(vacant) £72,180 - £80,200

Deputy Director for Children
Simone White £97,572

Assistant Director: Early Help and Prevention
Elizabeth Hartley £74,185

Assistant Director: Modernisation and Support
Carly Brown £74,185

Lead Commissioner for Schools
Sue Talbot £78,195

Assistant Director: Integrated Commissioning Programme
Jacqui Evans £80,200

Assistant Director: Care and Health Outcomes
Jason Oxley £80,200

Director for Health and Wellbeing
Julie Webster (Acting) £81,310

Assistant Director: Culture and Visitor Economy
Lucy Barrow £80,200

Assistant Director: Major Growth Projects and Housing Delivery
David Ball £80,200

Assistant Director: Regeneration and Inward Investment
Sally Shah (interim) £72,180
Posted By: diggingdeeper

Re: People We Employ - 10th Dec 2019 8:44pm

and while I'm at it ..... Remuneration (Salary plus Expenses plus Pension Contribution) for 2018-2019

Chief Executive (Eric Robinson) £201,715
Director for Strategy and Partnerships £181,931
Director for Delivery (Asst CEX) £133,828
Director for Health and Wellbeing £95,046
Director of Finance and Investment £124,026
Director for Care and Health £133,828
Director for Children £164,738
Director of Economic & Housing Growth £93,016 (six months)
Director for Business Management £144,565 (11 months)
Director for Governance and Assurance £123,899

Those few total £1,396,592

There are a total of 243 employees with a remuneration above £50,000
12 employees above £100,000
Posted By: fish5133

Re: People We Employ - 11th Dec 2019 7:47pm

and me Mobile School Crossing Patrol Officer £5K pa. which includes me having to use my own vehicle all over Wirral.
Posted By: keef666

Re: People We Employ - 26th Dec 2019 8:43am

And this doesn't include what the Councillors earn?
Last year i got a £25 per week pay rise as i am team leader [ i hate that phase ] the tax man took half of it, so i wasn't any more better off! probably work more hours in a day than all of the above,
If you look at the budget set out in April, it was around £658 million you can take £5 million off for wages!
The Council tax will be going up again next year by another 4% and what do we get for all this tax we pay? The privilege of living in a shit hole!
Posted By: saltytom

Re: People We Employ - 26th Dec 2019 10:29am

Originally Posted by keef666
And this doesn't include what the Councillors earn?
Last year i got a £25 per week pay rise as i am team leader [ i hate that phase ] the tax man took half of it, so i wasn't any more better off! probably work more hours in a day than all of the above,
If you look at the budget set out in April, it was around £658 million you can take £5 million off for wages!
The Council tax will be going up again next year by another 4% and what do we get for all this tax we pay? The privilege of living in a shit hole!



Councillors dont earn a wage a such they get an allowance of about £ 10000 per year you can look it up leaders of the groups get more as they should.
Councillors can and do put in the hours often getting less than the minimum wage and paying paying national insurance on those allowances.
Posted By: diggingdeeper

Re: People We Employ - 26th Dec 2019 10:15pm

Originally Posted by saltytom
Councillors dont earn a wage a such they get an allowance of about £ 10000 per year you can look it up leaders of the groups get more as they should.
Councillors can and do put in the hours often getting less than the minimum wage and paying paying national insurance on those allowances.


Not bad for a Voluntary Unpaid community role and before anybody says anything, first consider the thousands of community volunteers on the Wirral, many doing jobs that the Council and/or Government should be paying them for.
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