Female public sector employees (FOI)
Female public sector employees (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 10 November 2016.
Can you please provide the percentage of female public sector employees by department in each of the following annual salary bands:
a. Under 50,000
b. 50,000 to 100,000
c. Over 100,000
Please provide the percentage of female employees in each civil service pay grade from 1 to 15.
Due to some departments having fewer than 10 female staff in certain pay bands, we are unable to provide a breakdown by department, in the pay bands requested, as this would risk the identification of individuals and, as such Article 25 of the Freedom of Information (jersey) Law has been applied to part of this response.
However, by combining some departments and the £50,000 to £100,000 and over £100,000 bands we are able to provide the table below, which shows the percentage of female public sector employees, by department, as of 30 September 2016. The percentage is based on FTE (full time equivalent) figures which are also included in the table.
|||Under £50,000 ||Over £50,000 ||||Under £50,000 ||Over £50,000 |
|Chief Minister's and Economic Development||69.7||82.4||93.7||64.1||309.9||45.8%||54.2%||59.4%||40.6%|
|Community and Constitutional Affairs||188||100.6||253.4||98.8||640.8||65.1%||34.9%||71.9%||28.1%|
|Department for Infrastructure**||282.5||36.2||87||13.9||419.5||88.6%||11.4%||86.3%||13.7%|
|Department of the Environment||21||25.2||46.7||19.9||112.9||45.4%||54.6%||70.1%||29.9%|
|Health and Social Services||476.3||1,302.5||207||342.7||2,328.5||26.8%||73.2%||37.7%||62.3%|
|Non-Ministerial States funded||32.7||66.4||64.6||52.2||215.9||33%||67%||55.3%||44.7%|
|Treasury and Resources||29.8||72.3||41||41.9||185.1||29.2%||70.8%||49.4%||50.6%|
**Department for Infrastructure includes Jersey Car Parking and Jersey Fleet Management.
Please note that the analysis above is based on basic pay alone, and does not include additional costs (e.g. shift, overtime or pension) and is based on an individual’s full-time annual payment.
The following table shows the percentage of female employees (in headcount) in each civil service pay grade from 1 to 15.
|Civil service grade 1|||
|Civil service grade 2|||
|Civil service grade 3||4.1%|
|Civil service grade 4||5.3%|
|Civil service grade 5||17%|
|Civil service grade 6 ||23%|
|Civil service grade 7||12.9%|
|Civil service grade 8||5.5%|
|Civil service grade 9||8.1%|
|Civil service grade 10||9.1%|
|Civil service grade 11||7.1%|
|Civil service grade 12||3.7%|
|Civil service grade 13||2.4%|
|Civil service grade 14||1.4%|
|Civil service grade 15||0.4%|
The percentages shown above are based on the number of female employees in each pay grade divided by the total number of female employees in the civil service pay grade, not by the total number of staff in each pay grade (up to grade 15).
Note - The table above shows only civil service pay grades and cannot be compared to the previous table which lists all pay groups.
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