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Emoluments of the Head of Institution

Total emoluments of the Head of Institution are as follows:

2021 2020
Salary £270,788 £270,788
Salary in lieu of pension contributions £45,449 £44,774
Benefits in kind £2,648 £1,744
£318,885 £317,306
Pension contributions £5,416 £5,461
£324,301 £322,767
Benefits in kind included above;
Medical Expenses £2,648 £1,744
£2,648 £1,744

Professor Ian White’s basic salary was 7.8 (7.8) times the median pay of staff and 15.0 (15.4) times the lowest pay of staff, where median and lowest pay are calculated on a full-time equivalent basis for the salaries paid to our staff. Professor Ian White’s total remuneration was 7.4 (7.3) times the median total remuneration and 17.5 (17.9) times the lowest total remuneration, where median and lowest total remuneration are calculated on a full-time equivalent basis for the total remuneration paid to our staff.

Remuneration of other higher paid staff

Remuneration of other higher paid staff, excluding employer's pension contributions and before salary sacrifice are:

Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Salary Band Academic Academic Professional Services Total consolidated Total consolidated
Teaching & Research Senior Leadership 2021 number 2020 number
£100,000 to £104,999 11 2 2 15 13
£105,000 to £109,999 10 - 2 12 11
£110,000 to £114,999 12 - 2 14 17
£115,000 to £119,999 5 1 - 6 4
£120,000 to £124,999 4 1 - 5 5
£125,000 to £129,999 3 1 - 4 3
£130,000 to £134,999 2 - 1 3 3
£135,000 to £139,999 1 - - 1 1
£140,000 to £144,999 4 1 - 5 2
£145,000 to £149,999 2 - 1 3 2
£150,000 to £154,999 1 - - 1 1
£155,000 to £159,999 - 1 - 1 1
£165,000 to £169,999 - - - - 1
£170,000 to £174,999 1 - - 1 2
£180,000 to £184,999 - - 1 1 1
£185,000 to £189,999 1 1 - 2 2
£190,000 to £194,999 - - 1 1 -
£215,000 to £219,999 - 1 - 1 -
£225,000 to £229,999 - - - - 1
Total 57 9 10 76 70

The net increase of 6 staff is a combination of recruitments, exits and changes bringing staff in to this group for the first time. Five of the six are accounted for by new academic roles in the School of Management; the sixth is in Professional Services. Included in the above total are two staff employed by the University’s subsidiary, Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) Ltd.

Consolidated average staff numbers by major category

2021 2020
Education & Research 1,337 1,354
Technical & Experimental 153 151
Management, Specialist & Administrative 1,193 1,207
Operational & Facilities Support 489 514
Total 3,172 3,226

Included within the above totals are 9 (0) and 10.5 (2) within technical & experimental and management, specialist & administrative category respectively who are employed by the University’s subsidiary IAAPS Ltd.

Key management personnel

Key management personnel are those persons having authority and responsibility for planning, directing and controlling our activities. Positions held by our key management personnel are:

  • Vice-Chancellor & President
  • Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Provost
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International & Doctoral)
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning and Teaching)
  • Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)
  • Vice-President (Strategic External Engagement)
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Director of Finance
  • Director of Policy, Planning and Compliance
  • Vice-President (Student Experience)
2021 2020
Key management personnel compensation £1,797,173 £1,807,397
Full time equivalent (number) 8.67 8.29

Compensation includes remuneration and all employer benefits paid or payable in exchange for services provided by our key management personnel in the year.

Severance Payments

2021 2020
Total amount of compensation paid for the loss of office £375,757 £204,344
Total amount of payments paid as part of a Voluntary Exit Scheme £0 £2,225,003
Number of Staff 96 180

Severance payments include a mixture of redundancy costs, typically at the end of a fixed term contract, settlement agreements and individually agreed exits.