Highest Paying Salaries Senior Civil Servants and Officials

The following is a list of salaries for the government's senior civil servants and officials that earn more than £150,000 per annum.

It details the salaries of civil servants and senior officials in government departments, agencies and non-departmental public bodies.

Salaries have been reproduced from the 'Cabinet Office Senior Officials High Earners Salaries", and was last updated on 25th October 2013.

The data was released to the general public as part of an attempt to improve the accountability of government to help to improve efficiency and provide more transparency.


Reproduced from data on www.gov.uk/government/publications/senior-officials-high-earners-salaries

SurnameForename(s)Job TitleBase Salary
NolanIanChief Investment Officer£330,000
Management of Investment Strategy
KingsburyShaunChief Executive Officer£325,000
Overall management of the company
HoneDennisChief Executive £310,000
Responsible for overall leadership and management of the ODA, including responsibilities as Accounting Officer
ClarkeJohnChief Executive Officer£275,000
CEO
MarshAnthonyHead Transactions and Portfolio Management£275,000
Mangement of investment teams
CormieRobGeneral Operations Director£275,000
Management of all operational functions and green reporting
KnottPeterChief Risk Officer£275,000
Management of risk and compliance function
HainesAndrewChief Executive£260,000
Chief Executive
Nicholson KCB, CBESir DavidNHS Chief Executive£250,000
Responsible for: providing principal advice to the SofS on the NHS; accounting officer for all NHS expenditure; Leadership of the NHS & NHS facing parts of the Department; Delivery of the Governments priorities for the NHS; effective & efficient management of the NHS; Embedding the implementation of reform of the NHS. '
Richards, SirDavidChief of the Defence Staff£250,000
Chief of the Defence Staff
GrayIainChief Executive£250,000
Chief Executive Technology Strategy Board
Erskine-CrumDouglasChief Executive£235,000
Chief Executive of the Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB), a statutory body established by the Betting Levy Act 1961 and now operating in accordance with the provisions of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (as amended). Unlike some other non-departmental public bodies, HBLB receives no central Government grant-in-aid and no National Lottery funding and its employees are not civil servants. Its role is to assess and collect monetary contributions from bookmakers and the Tote successor company via a levy, which it then distributes for the improvement of horseracing and breeds of horses and for the advancement of veterinary science and education.
JonesTimChief Executive Officer£230,000
Accounting Officer and CEO of NEST
LanglandsAlanChief Executive£230,000
Higher Education Funding
BennettDavidChief Executive£225,000
Leadership of Monitor to ensure it is fit for purpose in delivering its statutory functions under the Health and Social Care Act 2012.
LuckRalphDirector of Property£225,000
Reporting to the CEO, with lead responsibility for managing property supply, transfers and transactions pre and post Olympics between the ODA and all third parties, together with managing the Olympic village retrofit and completing sale of the village.
BattersDavidChief Financial Office£220,000
Finance
BristowKeithDirector General for the National Crime Agency£220,000
Responsible for all aspects of the National Crime Agency'
GrayBernard Chief of Defence Materiel£220,000
To equip and support our Armed Forces for operations now and in the future.
FarrarMarkChief Executive, Construction Industry Training Board£215,000
Construction Industry Training
SoperStephenDB Regulation Executive Director£210,000
Leading delivery of statutory objectives
KilpatrickHelenDirector General, Finance and Corporate Services£210,000
The Director General of the Finance and Corporate Services Group is a member of the Home Office Board and is responsible for the financial strategy, financial management and financial reporting for the Home Office. In addition, the Director General leads the Home Office commercial, information technology, information management and estates strategies, and professional services. The Finance and Corporate Services Group provides high quality, cost-effective corporate services to enable ministers, the department and key stakeholders to deliver for the public. These services also include internal audit, business planning, performance and risk management and achieving value for money.'
DaviesProfessor Dame SallyChief Medical Officer£210,000
Chief Medical Officer ? Government?s Chief Advisor on: medical and public health issues; international health; research, and; emergency preparedness and resilience.
Flory CBEDavidDirector General for NHS Finance Performance and Operations and Deputy Chief Executive for NHS£210,000
Director General responsible for oversight of NHS performance and supporting programmes to enable the NHS to achieve world-class services.
MoggJohnChairman of the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority£210,000
As Chair of the Authority makes all major decisions and set policy priorities for Ofgem who regulate the gas and electricity industries in Great Britain
TrotterAndrewChief Constable£205,000
BuchananAlistairChief Executive£205,000
As Chief Executive ensures statutory duties to protect the interests of present and future consumers in regulating the gas and electricity industries in Great Britain
CowleySteveChief Executive, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority£205,000
Director of Culham and its fusion programme, responsible for interface of fusion and the government
PodgerGeoffreyChief Executive£200,000
Responsible for 3435 staff headcount and an annual budget of approximately 300 million pounds.? Key responsibilities include providing advice and support to the Chair and the Board and ensuring the discharge of their decisions, managing the organisation as a whole and it's public reputation, acting as Accounting Officer for the HSE and performing representative duties on it's behalf.
SmithFionaGeneral Counsel£200,000
General Counsel and Executive Team Member at NEST Corporation
PitchfordDavidExecutive Director, Major Projects Authority£200,000
Head of MPA and responsible for delivering the objectives of the Major Projects Authority and Head of the Project and Programme Management Profession for Government
ManleyAndrewCE Defence Infrastructure Organisation£200,000
Delivering DIO?s two year Transformation Programme to achieve mandated Strategic Defence Security Review outcomes by April 2013, including introducing new operating model (processes, IT and organisational design), and tendering to procure a private sector Strategic Business Partner. Continued delivery of operational output of the estate during its transformation, and specifically, ensuring delivery of three critical programmes.
SaundersChrisInterim Counsel£200,000
Management of legal function
LesinskiMarkChief Operating Officer£195,000
Delivery
JoyDavidChief Executive£195,000
Property Development
StarmerKeir Director of Public Prosecutions£195,000
The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is the national head of service for the Crown Prosecution Service for England and Wales, appointed by and responsible to the Attorney General. It is the function of the DPP with a view to initiation or continuation of criminal proceedings, to consider the facts and information brought to their notice by police or others, and where they think proper, to initiate, undertake and carry on criminal proceedings.
TaylorJohnMD Customer and Proposition£195,000
Executive team member responsible for NEST's customer and member engagement activity and distribution of NEST.
WinsorTomHM Chief Inspector of Constabulary£195,000
HM Chief Inspector Of Constabulary has responsibility for all of HMIC's activities. HM Chief Inspector is Chair of the HMIC Board.
LeinsterPaulChief Executive Officer£195,000
CEO
KeoghProfessor Sir BruceNHS Medical Director£195,000
Responsibility for the engagement of NHS Medical Healthcare Sevices and to advice on broad range of health care issues.
Murphy [Professor] MichaelLead Consultant Hospital Liaison£195,000
Clinical
KerslakeBobHead of the Civil Service and Permanent Secretary£190,000
Permanent Secretary and Head of the UK Civil Service
HaskinsGretchenGroup Director Safety Regulation£190,000
Safety Regulation
JohnstonCatherineParliamentary Counsel£190,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
HeywoodJeremyCabinet Secretary£190,000
Overall responsibility for advice to the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and the Cabinet on the development and implementation of Government policy.
OtterStephenHM Inspector of Constabulary National£190,000
HMI National has responsibility for the Metropolitan Police Service, the Police Service of Northern Ireland, the City of London Police, the British Transport Police, SOCA, HMRC, Ministry of Defence Police, Civil Nuclear Constabulary, Jersey, Guernsey, Cyprus and the Royal Gibraltar Police. HMI National is also the HMIC's Senior Responsible Owner for Counter Terrorism, Protection from Serious Harm, the Olympic Games (2012), and is a HMIC Board member.'
SharplingDrusillaHM Inspector of Constabulary Western Region£190,000
HMI Western has responsibility for police forces in the west of England and in Wales. HMI Western is also Senior Responsible Owner for HMIC's criminal justice programme plus its work on rape and is a HMIC Board member.
CummingIanChief Executive£190,000
To lead and manage the strategy, development and delivery of HEE and the new system for planning and commissioning education and training for the health workforce. To ensure the health workforce has the right skills, behaviours and training and is available in the right numbers to support the delivery of excellent clinical outcomes together with patient-centred care. To ensure value for money when allocating and accounting for resources of ?4.9billion a year.
WoodsKentChief Executive£190,000
Chief Executive
PlattJaneChief Executive£190,000
Accountable for the development and performance of the NS&I business
LawrenceVanessaDirector General and Chief Executive £190,000
Ordnance Survey
BallingallJamesDeputy Director, Head of Assurance£185,000
Responsible for providing assurance in major projects
BowlesSimonChief Finance Officer£185,000
The role of the Finance Directorate is to deliver an affordable and sustainable cost base providing value for money for the taxpayer by; improving financial management across HMRC, instilling cost consciousness throughout the department and ensuring a single consistent view of investment activity across HMRC. It is also responsible for performance reporting within HMRC.
BakerRogerHM Inspector of Constabulary Northern Region£185,000
HMI Northern has responsibility for police forces in the north of England. HMI Northern is Senior Responsible Owner for HMIC's value for money programme and is a HMIC Board member.
BillinghamZoeHM Inspector of Constabulary Eastern Region£185,000
HMI Eastern has responsibility for police forces in the east of England. HMI Eastern is Senior Responsible Owner for HMIC's police authority inspection programme and is a HMIC Board member.
BehanDavidChief Executive£185,000
Chief Executive
HayStephenManaging Director of Provider Regulation£185,000
Responsible for the monitoring, compliance and intervention regime for NHS foundation trusts.
SyedQutubuddinRegional Director£185,000
Medical Consultant
Houghton, SirNicholasVice Chief of the Defence Staff£185,000
Vice Chief of the Defence Staff
Stanhope, SirMarkFirst Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff£185,000
The Royal Navy's professional head
Dalton, SirStephenChief of the Air Staff£185,000
Professional head of the RAF
WilshawSir MichaelHer Majesty's Chief Inspector£180,000
Her Majesty's Chief Inspector is responsible for Ofsted's inspection and regulation services, and reports annually on the quality of education, children's services and learning and skills provision in England. HMCI has overall responsibility for the organisation, management and staffing of Ofsted. HMCI is the Accounting Officer for Ofsted, and is answerable to Parliament for ensuring that all resources are used properly.
BrennanUrsulaPermanent Secretary £180,000
Permanent Secretary
PittMichaelChief Executive of The Planning Inspectorate£180,000
Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate - Appointment by the Secretary of State.
HomerLinChief Executive & Permanent Secretary£180,000
HMRC is led by Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary, Linda Homer who is responsible for the organisation?s performance and delivering the departmental strategy. Linda also holds responsibility for the Valuation Office Agency (VOA) an executive agency of HMRC. Edward Troup, second Permanent Secretary is the senior tax professional in HMRC.
McNaughtonAndrewTechnical Director£180,000
Executive Committee
DevereuxRobertPermanent Secretary£180,000
Overall leadership of the Department, and its day to day operations and the Government's programme of major reform.
LastChrisDirector General, Human Resources and Head of Government HR Operations£180,000
Responsible for delivering an HR service to the Department?s 100,000 employees and management. To ensure that this HR service is cost-effective and supports the customer-focused delivery of the Department?s activities, and responsible for introducing Next Generation HR. The introduction of Next Generation HR allows the HR profession to work together across government, ensuring the delivery of HR services more efficiently and effectively. Oversight of this cross government activity through the additional role as Head of Government HR Operations.
FraserSimonPermanent Under-Secretary and Head of the Diplomatic Service£180,000
Leading the FCO and the Diplomatic Service
SedwillMarkPermanent Secretary£180,000
The permanent secretary of the Home Office is responsible to the home secretary and parliament for leading the Home Office group so that the Home Office delivers its objectives in the short term and builds capacity to deliver in the future.'
SelbieDuncanPHE-Chief Executive Designate of Public Health England£180,000
Leadership and management of the establishment of Public Health England
HamlynLyndaChief Executive £180,000
Chief Executive's Office
Hewitt [Dr]PatriciaConsultant:TransMed/ClinTransMicrobiology£180,000
Clinical
KelseyTimothyNational Director: Patient Insight£180,000
Patients and Information Directorate
DillonAndrewChief Executive£180,000
The Chief Executive is responsible for the strategic leadership of NICE. NICE's role is to provide national guidance and advice to improve outcomes for people using the NHS and other public health and social care services.
WrightAndrewSenior Partner Markets£180,000
Responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of policy in regard to Ofgem's statutory duties
BrennanUrsula Permanent Under Secretary£180,000
Permanent Under Secretary
ThompsonJonPermanent Under Secretary£180,000
Financial & performance management; planning round and in year management, government wide head of profession for accountants
Wall, SirPeterChief of the General Staff£180,000
Professional head of the Army
MacGregorNeilDirector£180,000
To provide overall leadership and direction for the British Museum and to ensure it preserves and manages its collections, continues to develop its scholarly reputation, facilitates access for a wide range of audiences and works to the highest levels of governance and efficiency.
MacphersonNickPermanent Secretary£175,000
Responsible for decision making, Coordination and Management of the Department and Communications with media and the public.
FalveyMikeChief People Officer£175,000
HR's aim is to ensure that HMRC has at the heart of everything it does our people, the community, the environment and our customers. We create a working environment which motivates and develops our people to give of their best and take pride in working for HMRC in order to contribute to the transformation of our business.
Osborne IainGroup Director Regulatory Policy£175,000
Regulatory Policy
NelsonAndyDirector General, IT and Chief Information Officer£175,000
Responsible for organising, directing and managing the Information Technology enablers for major business and operational initiatives of the Department for Work and Pensions
SexNickDirector of Programmes£175,000
Responsible for disciplined and effective programme management of all delivery activities for NEST
CookDavidSecond Parliamentary Counsel/Team Leader£175,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
CollinsPhilipChair£175,000
Chair
HousdenSir PeterPermanent Secretary£175,000
Permanent Secretary
WhitemanRobChief Executive, UKBA£175,000
Accountable to the Permanent Secretary, Ministers and Parliament for the strategic development of the UK Border Agency?s policy and delivery of the UK Border Agency?s objectives and responsibilities in securing the border and controlling migration. The agency decides the eligibility of foreign nationals to stay in the UK, enforces immigration law and controls the entry to and exit from the country of people and goods. The Chief Executive, as Accounting Officer for the agency, also ensures that proper accounting procedures are followed, and that public funds are properly managed and safeguarded.'
FentonProfessor KevinPHE - Director for Health Improvement and Population Health£175,000
Responsible for the development of policy on public health issues. Leading planning and policy for emergency preparedness; health science, bioethics and sexual health; international health; protection of the population from risks of infectious diseases and environmental hazards; health and well-being and public health nursing.
HaslamDavidProfessional Advisor£175,000
Regulatory Development
GillNoelHead of HIV and STI£175,000
Medical Consultant
KaczmarskiEdwardConsultant Microbiologist£175,000
Medical Consultant
WatsonJohnHead of Department, Respiratory Diseases£175,000
Medical Consultant
BrownDavidDirector of VRD£175,000
Medical Consultant
McCrackenJames JustinChief Executive£175,000
Accountable for the executive management of the HPA
Shirreff, SirRichardDeputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe£175,000
Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe
Peach, SirStuartCommander Joint Forces Command£175,000
Commander Joint Forces Command
Parker, SirNickCommander Land Forces£175,000
To provide the military capability and support operations in pursuit of the UK's Defence Aim
Spence GeoffreyChief Executive, Infrastructure UK£170,000
Responsible for growth-related policy and expenditure, includes infrasture stratgy and delivery, and public private partnerships.
HenwoodStephenChairman£170,000
CEO
HogarthAdrianSenior Parliamentary Counsel, Law Commission£170,000
Parliamentary Counsel
Foster (CBE) RichardChair of the Criminal Cases Review Commission£170,000
The Chair of the Criminal Cases Review Commission is responsible to Ministers and through them to Parliament and the public, for the independence, efficiency and effectiveness of the Commission. This is a responsibility in which he is supported and which he shares with Commissioners and the Chief Executive. The Chair is the public face of the Commission and is publicly accountable for what it does. He/she ensures that the Commission has appropriate and effective governance and management structures to act as efficiently and effectively as it can in fulfilling its statutory and public duties. The post is part-time. Whilst the role is described as Director General (SCS PB3) equivalent, the Chair is a public appointee and not a civil servant.
JesnickChristineFinance & Corporate Services Director£170,000
Finance & Corporate Services
SutherlandDougChairman / Chief Execultive£170,000
DarrochKimNational Security Advisor to the Prime Minister£170,000
Advisor to the Prime Minister
MclaughlinLeonieParliamentary Counsel£170,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
GardinerElizabethParliamentary Counsel / Team Leader£170,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
RickettsPeterHMA Paris£170,000
Representing British interests in France
GreenDavidDirector£170,000
The Director of the Serious Fraud Office
SalisburyProfessor DavidDirector of Immunisation£170,000
Responsibility for Immunisation policy
LengGillianDeputy Chief Exec & Health and Social Care Director£170,000
The Deputy Chief Executive and Health and Social Care Director, is responsible for leading the management of NICE in the absence of the Chief Executive, and has overall responsibility for the Health and Social Care Directorate
DuggalHarshUnit Director/CCDC£170,000
Medical Consultant
BicklerGrahamRegional Director£170,000
Medical Consultant
McCloskeyBrianRegional Director£170,000
Medical Consultant
BarlingGeraldPresident£170,000
Competition Appeals Tribunal
PaniguianRichardHead of UKTI Defence Services Organisation£170,000
Head of UKTI Defence Services Organisation
LovegroveStephenPermanent Secretary£165,000
Senior official leading a Government Department
WestBethCommercial Director£165,000
Executive Committee
JacksonRichardGroup Director Consumer Protection£165,000
Consumer Protection
RutnamPhilipPermanent Secretary£165,000
Responsible for the overall management of the department.
CoxJonsonChair£165,000
Chair
MatthewsTimChief Executive£165,000
CunliffeJonUK Permanent Representative to the EU£165,000
Representing British interests at the EU
WestmacottPeterHMA Washington£165,000
Representing British interests in USA
SawersSir JohnChief of the Secret Intelligence Service£165,000
(Not provided)
DavidsonMartinChief Executive of the British Council£165,000
Promote cultural relationships and the understanding of different cultures between people and peoples of the United Kingdom and other countries; promote a wider knowledge of the United Kingdom, develop a wider knowledge of the English language; encourage cultural, scientific, technological and other educational co-operation between the United Kingdom and other countries, and otherwise promote the advancement of education.
SimpsonJohnDeputy Director, Emergency Response£165,000
Medical Consultant
InglisStephenExecutive Director£165,000
Accountable for the executive management of NIBSC
OutramChristineDirector of Intelligence and Strategy£165,000
Patients and Information Directorate
Zambellas, SirGeorgeFleet Commander & Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff£165,000
Fleet Commander & Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff
BottDavidDirector£165,000
Innovation Programmes
BeddingtonJohnGovernment Chief Scientific Adviser£165,000
Government Chief Scientific Adviser
Jenkins KCB, QC (Hons)Paul (Sir)HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and Head of the Government Legal Service£160,000
HM Procurator General, Treasury Solicitor and Head of the Government Legal Service
WyldeLucyGeneral Counsel£160,000
General Council for Commercial Law
Edwards CB CBEHelenDirector General - Justice Policy Group£160,000
Head of the Justice Policy Group which is responsible for all policy across the Ministry and focuses on engagement and provision for citizens (Access to Justice), legal frameworks and the constitution (Law and Rights), an efficient and effective Justice system (Justice Reform), effective responses to offending (Sentencing and Rehabilitation) and International issues.
RamsayNickChief Information Officer£160,000
Chief Information Officer
KennyChrisCEO - Legal Services Board£160,000
The Chairman is a public appointee. The role is remunerated for a time commitment of at least 70 days per year, the remuneration is not pensionable. The Legal Services Board is funded by a levy on the legal profession.
SaundersJohnOperations and Changes£160,000
Senior Director responsible for delivery of PINS strategic agenda.
RoseAndrewChief Execuitve Officer£160,000
Chief Executive Office
Swan Mark Director Airspace Policy£160,000
Airspace Policy
Lewis Peter Chief Executive£160,000
This role is responsible for running the business on a day-to-day basis and implementing the strategic goals and objectives of the CPS. Working closely with the DPP, it enables the CPS Board to fulfil its governance function. It is responsible for overseeing Human Resource management, financial issues and community and public relations. It is also responsible for giving direction and providing leadership toward the achievement of the CPS? philosophy, mission statement, strategy and its annual goals and objectives.
ShanahanNoelDirector General, DWP Operations & SRO for the Child Maintenance Change Programme£160,000
Responsible for the development and provision of DWP services to the public, including those provided by partners or under contract.
HeatonRichardPermanent Secretary, Cabinet Office and First Parliamentary Counsel£160,000
Permanent Secretary for the Cabinet Office with responsibility for the leadership and governance of the Cabinet Office, as well as being Accounting Officer. Combined with role of First Parliamentary Counsel, overseeing the Government in Parliament Group, which includes Parliamentary Counsel and the Business Managers in each House. The Group works with teams across government to prepare and deliver the government?s legislative programme.
HillBronwynPermanent Secretary£160,000
Defra Permanent Secretary
GoodwinElizabethChief Executive£160,000
WRAP Chief Executive
JordanDavidDirector of Operations£160,000
Accountable for all of the Environment Agency's operational activities across England and Wales. A member of the Environment Agency's team of Directors, which is responsible for defining the Environment Agency's strategy and policies, and for liaising with Government
O'BrienUnaPermanent Secretary £160,000
Leadership and management of the Department of Health. Ensuring the department operates efficiently and coherently as a department of state in support of Ministers, including effective cross-Government working.
MastersAdrianManaging Director of Sector Development£160,000
To lead on the development and maintenance of a fit-for-purpose regulatory framework for Monitor.
MuttonKennethMedical Consultant£160,000
Medical Consultant
FarringtonMarkConsultant Microbiologist£160,000
Medical Consultant
WormaldChrisPermanent Secretary£160,000
The Permanent Secretary has three overall roles: 1. The Head of the Department. 2. The Accounting Officer. 3. The Chief Policy Non-Political Policy Advisor to the Secretary of State. He is responsible for the overall management of the Department and is accountable to Parliament for the actions the Department takes and the way in which taxpayers? money is spent.
DouglasAnthonyChief Executive£160,000
Responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership to the organisation and ?ensuring a good quality service is received by children families and courts and that the organisation is well managed.
BradleyMichael DG Resources£160,000
Finance Director for DE&S responsible for all aspects of finance, including financial accounting, financial planning, analysis and assurance
MasonSusannaDirector Corporate Commercial£160,000
To provide corporate level commercial advice both internally and when appropriate to contractors and trade associations. It is responsible for commercial input into major departmental initiatives such as the SDR, DARP, Gray and Grimstone. The job also has responsibility for aspects of government level commercial constructs such as the PPEOs, the Yellow Book and export sales. It is responsible for commercial scrutiny as part of the IAB processes. As part of the senior commercial team the role also has a responsbility for training, educating and career mentoring for the commercial community.
MoscoLesDirector Commercial Ministry of Defence£160,000
D Commercial is responsible for delivering a coherent and professional commercial service across Defence, and for providing advice, and support to senior commercial managers and Programme Teams across DE&S.
LowcockMarkPermanent Secretary£160,000
Permanent Secretary
LobbanIain Director, Government Communication Headquarters£160,000
DonnellyMartinPermanent Secreatry of BIS£160,000
Permanent Secretary
OrmeHowardDirector General, Finance & Commercial£160,000
Head of the BIS Finance & Commercial Group
RussellMarkChief Executive, Shareholder Executive£160,000
Head of the Shareholder Executive
SerotaNicolas AndrewDirector£160,000
Chief Executive and Accounting Officer
KingmanJohnSecond Permanent Secretary£155,000
Responsible for Growth policy, Financial Services and Infrastructure
EnnisRichardExecutive Director F&CS£155,000
Finance and Corporate Services
Kelleher Padhraic Head of Airworthiness Division£155,000
Airworthiness
Staples CatherineGeneral Counsel & Secretary to the CAA£155,000
Legal
PriceAlanDirector, Railway Performance£155,000
Railway Planning and Performance
CrowtherPaulDeputy Chief Constable£155,000
GunnyeonBillDirector, Health and Wellbeing£155,000
Responsible for medical and health related advice to Ministers and the Department; for quality of all medical related work including oversight of quality of work of medical services contractor; for medical and health related policy within the Department; for leading the health, work and wellbeing agenda on behalf of the Department; for oversight of all science based research as Departmental Chief Scientific Adviser; and for external relationships with healthcare professional bodies and other key stakeholders.
BrackenMichaelExecutive Director of Digital £155,000
Tasked with the challenge of improving the quality of digital public services provision for every citizen in the UK
RogersHayleyParliamentary Counsel / Team Leader£155,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
GrimshawMarkChief Executive£155,000
RPA Chief Executive
DoyleYvonneRegional Director of Public Health South East Coast£155,000
Responsible for the overall senior leadership of NHS South East Coast Public Health function and the DH South East regional
NewtonProfessor JohnRegional Director of Public Health South Central£155,000
Responsible for the overall senior leadership of NHS South Central Public Health function and the DH South East regional team.
WassJo-AnneNational Director: HR£155,000
HR Directorate
DaviesMarkExecutive Medical Director£155,000
Responsibility for the development and leadership of the NHS IC Clinical Engagement Strategy
ScholteNicholasChief Executive Officer£155,000
Responsible for delivering NHS Business Services Authority Objectives
ShettyNandiniMedical Microbiology, Virology and PH Trainee Coordinator£155,000
Medical Consultant
StephensJonathanPermanent Secretary£155,000
Accounting Officer for DCMS policy and expenditure
CookStuartManaging Director E-Serve£155,000
Responsible for ensuring the development and implementation of policy in regard to Ofgem's statutory duties
HughesArchieChief Executive Defence Support Group£155,000
Responsible to MOD Ministers + Parliament for providing corporate governance and leadership in delivering the strategic aims + objectives of the business
Morgan SteveDirector Commercial Operations Ministry of Defence£155,000
MOD has one the largest procurement activities in the UK and a restructuring of the senior team created the new role, focused on the DE&S commercial operations. Steve has line management responsibility for 10 Heads of Commercial in the DE&S Operating Centres, each focused on an equipment domain (eg Helicopters, Submarines, Land Equipment).
DaveyAlanChief Executive£155,000
Chief Executive
DixonMichaelMuseum Director£155,000
The Museum Director is the Chief Executive and Accounting Officer for the Museum. The Museum Director plans and directs the resources of the organization to deliver the Museum?s vision and mission under the over ? arching direction of the Museum?s Board of Trustees.
EvansJonathan Director General of the Security Service£155,000
(Not provided)
GoldupJohnDeputy Chief Inspector£150,000
The Deputy Chief Inspector reports to Her Majesty's Chief Inspector (HMCI). The Deputy Chief Inspector deputises for HMCI across the full range of his functions, and supports him in representing Ofsted to external stakeholders across the full range of its work. As National Director, Social Care, the Deputy Chief Inspector is responsible for the continuous improvement and development of Ofsteds inspection methodology for social care, driving improvement through the system with a clear focus on the service user. This entails providing effective leadership and management, ensuring that Ofsteds work in this area is well focused and priorities are appropriate. The Deputy Chief Inspector is also responsible for delivering timely and high quality inspections in all social care settings that Ofsted regulates and inspects nationally, ensuring consistent standards, developing high quality HMI and ensuring they are used to best effect on inspections. The Deputy Chief Inspector acts as an expert in these fields of inspection, and command respect nationally as the lead voice of Ofsted in this area. The Deputy Chief Inspector is responsible for the management of all staff within the Social Care directorate, including line management responsibility for a Delivery Director and one or more other SCS staff.
ScholarTomSecond Permanent Secretary£150,000
Responsible for the finance ministry side of the Treasury
McLaughlinJimHR Director£150,000
HR
PhillipsJonDirector of Communications and Stakeholder Relations£150,000
Communications
Fuller QPMMichaelChief Inspector of HMCPSI£150,000
Chief Inspector of HMCPSI
BrownCatherineChief Executive£150,000
GrangerJennyDirector General Enforcement & Compliance£150,000
The Director General of Enforcement and Compliance has overall responsibility for a group of directorates whose staff ensure that HMRC successfully collects the full and correct amount of money due from UK taxpayers, investigates offences against the tax system and takes action to identify and mitigate potential threats.
SpracklingDavidParliamentary Counsel / Team Leader£150,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
FothergillTomDirector of Finance£150,000
Director of Finance. As a Board member responsible for creation and delivery of the strategic direction & objectives of the organisation. Responsible for main operational services and all supporting functions of the organisation.
Anderson [Dr]NicolaConsultant Haematology£150,000
Clinical
MorganDilysHead of Gastrointestinal Emerging Zoonatic£150,000
Medical Consultant
SmithEleanorConsultant Medical Microbiologist£150,000
Medical Consultant
BrooksTimothyHead of Medical Affairs£150,000
Medical Consultant
GentRobertMedical Consultant, CBRN£150,000
Medical Consultant
MortonStephenRegional Director£150,000
Medical Consultant
LoveStephenChief Executive/Chief Constable MoD Police and Guarding Agency£150,000
The MDP Chief Constable is responsible (as Chief Executive of the Ministry of Defence, Policing and Guarding Agency) for the delivery of effective Policing and Guarding in support of the UK's Defence capability. The focus of all Agency activity is to counter the following main crime and security risks faced by the MOD: Terrorist attack and the threat of attack: disruption and disorder caused by protestors; theft of key assets; major financial fraud; and unauthorised intrusion onto the Defence Estate
Houlder, QCBruceDirector Service Prosecutions£150,000
The Service Prosecuting Authority provides for the independent, efficient and consistent consideration of criminal cases and offences contrary to military discipline. It will initiate prosecutions where justified and conduct fair and thorough proceedings in the service courts of first instance and the service appellate courts, whilst liaising effectively with the police and dealing with prosecution witnesses and victims of crime with care and sensitivity. Whilst maintaining independence from the service chain of command, the Service Prosecuting Authority fulfils its functions in support of operational effectiveness of the Armed Forces throughout the world.
RafaelliPhilipSurgeon Vice Admiral£150,000
Process Owner for Defence Healthcare and provider of medical operational capability
Rollo, SirWilliamDeputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Personnel & Training)£150,000
To provide Service personnel policies, conditions of service which help to generate and maintain battle-winning defence capability
WalkerDavidDeputy Commander Allied Joint Forces Command£150,000
Deputy Commander Allied Joint Forces
SavillJohnChief Executive£150,000
Medical Research
ChesterRonaChief Operating Officer£150,000
Executive Director reporting to the Chief Executive. Responsible for Corporate Services
PriceJennieChief Executive£145,000
Chief Executive and Accounting Officer Sport England
HuttonDame DeidreCAA Chair£130,000
Chair
OakaveeDouglasChairman of the Board£120,000
Chairman
N/DN/DParliamentary Counsel£120,000
Parliamentary Counsel lead drafting teams which draft Bills (and amendments of Bills) for Government in response to instructions, and which provide procedural and other handling advice to legislating departments in connection with those Bills. They are also responsible for the vetting of draft statutory instruments that amend primary legislation, and for the drafting of statutory instruments in cases where the specialist expertise of Parliamentary Counsel is required. Other responsibilities include the training and development of more junior counsel and participation in the development of improved drafting practices.
SmithLord RobertChairman£120,000
Chairman of Board
WalkerAnnaChair, Office of Rail Regulation£115,000
Chair, Office of Rail Regulation
RivlinGeoffreyAdviser£100,000
Adviser
SmithLord ChrisChairman£95,000
Chairman
MontagueSir AdrianDeputy Chairman£75,000
Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Director of Board
ArmittJohnChairman£70,000
Chairman of the ODA Board
LeePaulChairman£60,000
Chairman of the Horserace Betting Levy Board (HBLB), a statutory body established by the Betting Levy Act 1961 and now operating in accordance with the provisions of the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1963 (as amended). Unlike some other non-departmental public bodies, HBLB receives no central Government grant-in-aid and no National Lottery funding and its employees are not civil servants. Its role is to assess and collect monetary contributions from bookmakers and the Tote successor company via a levy, which it then distributes for the improvement of horseracing and breeds of horses and for the advancement of veterinary science and education.
Mottram, SirRichardNon-Executive Chair Dstl£35,000
Non-Executive Chair of Trading Fund Main Board
RogersSandra Non-Executive Chair UKHO£35,000
Non-Executive Chair of Trading Fund Main Board
NishDavidBoard Member£30,000
Non-Executive Director of Board and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee
SharpProfessor IsabelBoard Member£30,000
Non-Executive Director of Board and Chair of the Remuneration Committee
TennantTessaBoard Member£30,000
Non-Executive Director of Board and Chair of the Green Committee
KingProfessor Dame JuliaBoard Member£25,000
Non-Executive Director of Board
MaroudasFredBoard Member£25,000
Non-Executive Director of Board
MurleyTomBoard Member£25,000
Non-Executive Director of Board
JennyFredericNon-Executive Director£20,000
Non-Executive Director
GilesAlanNon-Executive Director£20,000
Non-Executive Director
LeaAnthonyNon-Executive Director£20,000
Non-Executive Director
MarsdenPhilipNon-Executive Director£20,000
Non-Executive Director
MoyesWilliamNon-Executive Director£20,000
Non-Executive Director
Allen, DrDavidNon-Executive Director Defence Board and Chair Audit CommitteeN/a
Non-Executive main Board Member

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