What does your director get paid?

9th May 2008 at 01:00
Blaenau Gwent: chief education officer, Robert Barbour: pound;80,000
Blaenau Gwent: chief education officer, Robert Barbour: pound;80,000.

Bridgend: executive director, children, Hilary Anthony: pound;101,579.

Caerphilly: due to advertise the post this month: pound;89,340-pound;98,275.

Cardiff: chief schools and lifelong learning officer, Chris Jones: pound;89,280.

Carmarthenshire: director of education and children services, Vernon Morgan: pound;105,000.

Ceredigion: director of education and community services, Gareth Jones: pound;75,448.

Conwy: statutory head of education services, Geraint James. Salary band: pound;55,718-pound;61,390.

Denbighshire: interim corporate director, lifelong learning, Dr Mohammed Mehmet: "within corporate directors' band": pound;73,202-pound;82,900.

Flintshire: appointing director of lifelong learning: salary up to pound;95,000.

Gwynedd: head of schools service, Dewi Jones: pound;57,249-pound;63,612. (Council won't release executive salaries without an FOI request.)

Isle of Anglesey: director of education and leisure, Richard Parry Jones: pound;73,489.

Merthyr Tydfil: director of integrated children's services, Chris Abbott: no response by TES deadline.

Monmouthshire: director for lifelong learning and leisure, Andrew Keep: pound;84,500.

Neath Port Talbot: director of education, leisure and lifelong learning, Karl Napieralla: no comment on salary.

Newport: chief education officer, Dr Brett Pugh: pound;83,500.

Pembrokeshire: director of education and children's services, Gerson Davies: "WLGA is responding on our behalf" - though TES Cymru invited to make request under the FOI Act.

Powys: executive director people services, Phil Robson: salary band pound;88,000-pound;96,327. Head of schools and inclusion, Douglas Wilson: pound;68,000-pound;75,832.

Rhondda Cynon Taff: director of education and lifelong learning, Mike Keating: no response.

Swansea: strategic education director, Richard Parry: "WLGA has provided a general response. Richard Parry doesn't want to divulge the information."

Torfaen: advertising for chief education officer: salary pound;63,697-pound;71,346.

Vale of Glamorgan: director of learning and development, Bryan Jeffreys: TES request being considered.

Wrexham: chief learning and achievement officer, Hywyn Williams: pound;76,200.

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