Salaries – Fire service
The remuneration paid to the Authority’s senior employees in 2019/20:
|Salary (including allowances)||Expenses Chargeable to Income Tax||Remuneration excluding Pension Contributions||Employer Pension Contributions||2019/2020 Total|
|Chief Fire Officer *||37,820||9,091||46,910||10,892||57,802|
|Interim Deputy Chief Fire Officer / Deputy Chief Fire Officer **||97,181||5,151||102,332||33,244||135,576|
The Chief Fire Officer (Andrew Brodie) took up post on 21st January 2019.
Between this date and 8 December 2019 the function was discharged via a secondment agreement with Leicester, Leicestershire & Ruthland Combined Fire Authority who reflect the post holder’s remuneration within its accounts. During 2019/20 £105,368 was incurred in respect of this agreement.
From 9 December 2019, the Chief Fire Officer became an employee of the Authority. The remuneration in the table above is in respect of the period 9 December 2019 to 31 March 2020.
The Interim Deputy Chief Fire Officer became the Deputy Chief Fire Officer on 16 September 2019.
The post holder’s full remuneration is reflected in the PFCC Group Accounts. The costs incurred within these accounts in 2019/20 amounts to £3,414.
The following table sets out the number of employees whose total remuneration, excluding pension contributions, was more than £50,000 for the year ended 31st March 2020. The table excludes employees included in above.
|Number of employees|
|£50,000 – £54,999||2||5|
|£55,000 – £59,999||10||10|
|£60,000 – £64,999||8||4|
|£65,000 – £69,999||5||8|
|£70,000 – £74,999||2||1|
|£75,000 – £79,999||2||–|
|£80,000 – £84,999||1||1|
Remuneration is all amounts receivable by an employee, including expenses and allowances chargeable to tax and the estimated money value of any other benefits received.