Salaries – Fire service

Salaries

The remuneration paid to the Authority’s senior employees in 2020/21:

Salary (including allowances)  Lease Car Allowance Expenses Chargeable to Income Tax Remuneration excluding Pension Contributions Employer Pension Contributions 2020/2021    Total 
£ £ £ £ £ £
Chief Fire Officer 127,863 0 3,362 131,225 36,825 168,050
Deputy Chief Fire Officer 103,100 4,150 0 107,250 38,456 145,706
230,963 4,150 3,362 238,475 75,281 313,756

The Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner (PFCC) for North Yorkshire during 2020/21 was Julia Mulligan. The post holder’s full remuneration is reflected in the PFCC Group Accounts. The costs incurred within these accounts in 2020/21 amounts to £3,414.

The current Chief Finance Officer of the Authority is Michael Porter. This function is discharged by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire via a collaboration agreement with the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland who reflect the post holder’s remuneration in its accounts. The costs incurred within these accounts in 2020/21 is £28,809.

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 2021. The table excludes employees included in (a) above.

2020/21 2019/20
Band: Number of employees Number of employees
£50,000 – £54,999 10 2
£55,000 – £59,999 6 10
£60,000 – £64,999 2 8
£65,000 – £69,999 6 4
£70,000 – £74,999 3 3
£75,000 – £79,999 1 2
£80,000 – £84,999 1 1
29 30

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.

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