Referendum Campaigns

Questions (586)

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

586. Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the referendums he plans to hold in conjunction with the local and European elections in May 2019; the other referendums which the Government plans to hold at a later date and the proposed dates, if decided; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [52174/18]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

At its meeting last week, the Government reviewed the progress on Bills to amend the Constitution and decided that, subject to passage of the necessary Constitution Amendment Bills, two referendums will be held on the same day as the local and European elections in May 2019.   Work is being progressed in my Department, in consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, to inform the development of an appropriate Constitution Amendment Bill in good time for the holding of a referendum on extending the franchise at Presidential elections to Irish citizens resident outside the State.  The second referendum to be held in tandem with the local and European elections will be on divorce which will be a matter for the Minister for Justice and Equality.

The Government noted that further consideration will be given to the timing of a referendum on reducing the voting age to 16.  However, it is not proposed that this referendum be held in 2019.

In addition, the Government noted all proposals for referendums contained in Private Members’ Bills, in particular the Amendment of the Constitution (Water in Public Ownership) Bill (No.2) 2016 which is now at Committee stage.  On 20 November 2018, the Government approved the priority drafting of amendments to be made to this Bill, with work currently on-going.  These amendments are to focus on retaining the entity charged with the provision of public water services in public ownership.  It is intended that the draft wording arising, once finalised, will be brought back to Government for approval and can then be brought forward as a proposed amendment to the Bill.

Appointments to State Boards

Questions (587)

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

587. Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the details of the public bodies and other entities under the aegis of his Department for which he is responsible for making all or some appointments to which are not subject to the guidelines on appointments to State boards, in that the recruitment and selection process is undertaken by his Department and not through the Public Appointments Service; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [52175/18]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

In line with a Government Decision of 25 November 2014 and Guidelines put in place by the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform relating to the advertising for expressions of interest in vacancies on State Boards, my Department, in conjunction with the Public Appointments Service (PAS), currently advertises board vacancies as they arise, where I, as Minister, have nominating rights under relevant legislation.  I also appoint members on the nomination of various bodies, again in accordance with relevant legislation. Furthermore, certain State Board appointments are executive in nature and are filled on foot of open recruitment competitions.

The following table outlines the agencies/boards under the aegis of my Department and their legislative basis:

State Agency/ Body/ Legal Basis

Legal Basis for Appointment to the Board

An Bord Pleanála

1977 under the Local Government (Planning and Development) Act 1973 - repealed by the Planning and Development Act 2000 (as amended).

Part IV, Chapter 1, S.105, S106, S107 - Planning and Development Acts 2000-2015

Ervia

Gas Act 1976, Schedule 1 (as amended by S13 of the Water Services Act 2014.

First Schedule, Gas Act, 1976 as amended by S.13 of the Water Services Act, 2014

Gas Networks Ireland

Memorandum and Articles of Association.

Section 7(3) of the Gas Regulation Act 2013 and Article 14(2) of the Articles of   Association of Gas Networks Ireland

Housing Finance Agency

Housing Finance Agency Act, 1981.

Articles 64, 82 and 88 of the Articles of Association of the Housing Finance Agency

Housing and Sustainable Communities Agency

S.I. No. 264 of 2012

Section 6, S.I. No. 264 of 2012

Irish Water

Memorandum and Articles of Association

Article 19 of the Articles of Association of Irish Water

Local Government Management Agency

Local   Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2012; S.I. No. 288 of 2012; S.I.  No. 289 of 2012; S.I. No. 290 of 2012; S.I. No. 423 of 2012.

Section 6, S.I. No. 290 of 2012

National Oversight and Audit Commission

S126B.(1) of the Local Government Act 2001

Section 61 (1) of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 amends the Principal Act by the insertion of S.126H.

 

Section 61 (1) of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 further amends the Principal Act by the insertion of 126I. (7)(a) which permits the Minister, by Order, to   increase the number of members to 12, if deemed necessary by taking account   of the volume of business coming before NOAC.

National Traveller Accommodation Consultative Committee

Sections 19 and 20 of the Housing (Traveller Accommodation) Act 1998

Section 20, Housing (Traveller Accommodation) Act 1998

Ordnance Survey Ireland

Section 3, Ordnance Survey Ireland Act, 2001

Section 11, Ordnance Survey Ireland Act, 2001

Property Registration Authority

Section 9 of the Registration of Deeds and Titles Act 2006

Section 11, Registration of Deeds and Titles Act 2006

Pyrite Resolution Board

Section 8 of the Pyrite Resolution Act 2013

Section 11 (1) of the Pyrite Resolution Act 2013

Residential Tenancies Board

Section 150(1) of the Residential Tenancies Act 2004.

Section   66 of the Residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2015, amends Section 153(1)   of the Principal Act

Valuation Tribunal

Valuation Act 2001

Section 12, Valuation Act 2001

Water Advisory Board

Water Services Act 2017

Section 45, Water Services Act 2017

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Questions (588)

Thomas P. Broughan

Question:

588. Deputy Thomas P. Broughan asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government the process for the appointment of a chairperson and lay members to both the professional conduct committee and appeals board of the RIAI under sections 23 and 24 respectively of the Building Control Act 2007; if these appointments are subject to public advertisement such as on State boards or other public means; when the next appointments are due; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [52176/18]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

The processes for the appointment of members to the Professional Conduct Committee and Appeals Board of the RIAI are laid out in the Building Control Act 2007.   

In relation to the Professional Conduct Committee , the Chairperson shall be a solicitor, a barrister or a former judge of the Circuit Court, High Court or Supreme Court who shall be appointed by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local  Government, with the consent of the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation. The Committee includes 6 lay members who are nominated by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government and appointed by the Registration Body.

In relation to the Appeals Board, the Chairperson shall be a solicitor, a barrister or a former judge of the Circuit Court, High Court or Supreme Court who shall be appointed by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local  Government.  The Board consists of 3 lay members, two of whom are nominated by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government and one of whom is nominated by the Minister with the consent of the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, and appointed by the Registration Body.

The RIAI does not receive any funding from my Department and as its Boards are not State bodies under the aegis of the Department, these appointments do not fall within the stateboards.ie process for Board appointments.  The next appointments to these committees are due on 10 March, 2019.

Rental Sector

Questions (589)

Tom Neville

Question:

589. Deputy Tom Neville asked the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government if the registration of properties will be a registration or licence number for a company (details supplied); and if it will be necessary to provide same to those websites in order to allow them to have the property listed. [52223/18]

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Written answers (Question to Housing)

Under Action 18 of the Strategy for the Rental Sector, a Working Group was established, involving representatives of all major public stakeholders with a policy interest in short-term lettings, to develop guidance in relation to planning applications, changes of use relating to short-term lettings and to examine the need for new regulatory arrangements.  Proposals under consideration by the Working Group have been aimed at facilitating short-term letting of accommodation within permanent residences, known as homesharing, while protecting the existing stock of residential property in areas of high demand.

Having considered the Working Group's report as well as the recommendations in the report of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government on short-term lettings, I recently announced plans to introduce a “one host, one home” model in areas where there is high housing demand.

Homesharing will continue to be permissible for a person’s primary residence. In addition, an annual cap of 90 days will apply for the renting out on a short-term basis of a person's entire home where it is their primary residence, with such short-term lets being restricted to periods of 14 days or less at a time.  Under these arrangements, people who wish to avail of the new planning exemptions to use their own home for home-sharing or

limited short-term letting purposes will be required to register this with their local planning authority.

Where a person owns a second property and intends to let it for short-term letting purposes, they will require planning permission to do so unless it already has planning permission to be used for tourism or short-term letting purposes. Planning permission for a change of use to short-term letting can be sought and it will be up to each local planning authority to consider such applications, based on guidance that will issue from my Department, taking account of housing demand pressures in the area and other relevant factors such as cumulative impacts.

These proposed changes will not affect the operation of holiday homes as typically understood, or longer-term flexible lettings which are provided for those coming to Ireland under employment contracts.

It is intended that the proposed new planning changes will come into effect on 1 June 2019, to allow property owners sufficient lead-in time to prepare for and adapt to the proposed new laws. In addition to the making of revised draft exempted development planning regulations, which are being progressed, amendments to primary legislation will also be introduced which will underpin and strengthen the new proposals.  This element of the changes proposed is currently being developed and details will be published in due course.

Office of Public Works Properties

Questions (590)

Ruth Coppinger

Question:

590. Deputy Ruth Coppinger asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if her attention has been drawn to the sale of a building (details supplied) by public auction; the work done to ensure the preservation of this national monument; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [51523/18]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

My functions, with regard to the protection of our architectural heritage, are set out in the Planning and Development Acts, as are the responsibilities of local authorities and owners.

In relation to the building mentioned by the Deputy, I am aware of the decision by the Office of Public Works (OPW) to dispose of the building. While the sale is a matter for the OPW, and I have no function as Minister, I do understand and appreciate the value such a building would have, particularly to those for whom it has an historic association.

The Planning and Development Acts give primary responsibility to local authorities to identify and protect our architectural heritage by including particular structures on their Record of Protected Structures (RPS).  Inclusion on the RPS places a duty of care on the owners and occupiers of protected structures and also gives planning authorities powers to deal with development proposals affecting them and to seek to safeguard their future.  As the Deputy may be aware, the building mentioned is not on the RPS. Ultimately, the decision as to inclusion of a building or structure on the RPS remains a reserved function of the planning authority, in this case Dublin City Council. 

The primary function of the National Monuments Acts is to record and protect ancient sites and features.  The focus of the Acts is on archaeological remains and traces and does not generally extend to more modern buildings and structures. Accordingly, while the Model School is undoubtedly of local interest and importance, it is not included in, nor would it be appropriate for inclusion in, the statutory Record of Monuments and Places maintained by my Department.

Commemorative Events

Questions (591)

Alan Kelly

Question:

591. Deputy Alan Kelly asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if she will be attending the centenary commemoration of the Soloheadbeg ambush in County Tipperary in January 2019. [50783/18]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

The Government's approach to the remembrance of all of those who lost their lives during the Independence Struggle and the significant events and themes associated with this period is informed by the guidance of the Expert Advisory Group on Centenary Commemorations and the core principles set out in the Group's Second Statement, published in October 2017. 

My Department has been consulting and collaborating with Tipperary County Council to support the local commemorative committees in their plans for a commemoration to mark the centenary of the Soloheadbeg Ambush, which is generally accepted as the first action in the War of Independence.  The matter of official representation at this ceremony is being considered in this context.

Brexit Issues

Questions (592)

Lisa Chambers

Question:

592. Deputy Lisa Chambers asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if she has formally met with her UK counterpart to discuss Brexit and its impact on east-west trade reciprocal arrangements and all other Brexit related matters that fall within the remit of her Department; the number of times they have formally met to discuss Brexit; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [51883/18]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

The negotiations on both the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement and political declaration on the framework for the EU-UK future relationship, both of which we were endorsed by the European Council on 25 November, were conducted on behalf of the EU27 by the EU's Chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, and the Commission's Article 50 Taskforce. 

Brexit is a priority issue for this Government, and the Taoiseach, my cabinet colleagues and I have taken every opportunity to engage with EU partners and the UK to advance Ireland’s priorities. Earlier this year as part of my visit to London in connection with the GB 18 Programme in March I met with  Matt Hancock MP, the then UK Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.  I also met with Fiona Hyslop MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs in the course of my visit to Glasgow in February in connection with GB18.   At both of these meetings Brexit related matters were discussed in addition to other matters of mutual interest.

The Government has already taken a number of key decisions on measures to support East – West Trade. These include staffing, ICT and infrastructure measures to implement necessary checks and controls at our ports and airports.  To support businesses, the Government provided dedicated Brexit support measures in Budgets 2017, 2018 and 2019. Ireland is working closely with the EU and fellow Member States to discuss and to facilitate the use of the UK as a landbridge post Brexit.

Commemorative Events

Questions (593)

Paul Murphy

Question:

593. Deputy Paul Murphy asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht her views on whether a permanent standalone exhibition to the Great Famine, An Gorta Mór, should be established at the National Museum of Ireland in Collins Barracks; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [52043/18]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

As Chair of the National Famine Commemoration Committee (NFCC), I am responsible for ensuring that appropriate arrangements are in place to commemorate the Great Irish Famine.  This year’s National Famine Commemoration took place on Saturday 12th May in University College Cork, while the International Famine Commemoration was hosted at Williamstown, Melbourne on Sunday 28 October.

While decisions in relation to a permanent exhibition space within a State funded museum in Dublin as part of the State commemoration of the Great Famine would be operational matters for the relevant cultural institutions or other entities concerned, officials in my Department, in consultation with the NFCC, will continue to examine options for further commemorative measures to the tragic events of that era.

Departmental Staff Data

Questions (594, 595, 596)

John Lahart

Question:

594. Deputy John Lahart asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the number of women and men, respectively employed in her Department and the agencies under the remit of her Department in tabular form; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [52051/18]

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John Lahart

Question:

595. Deputy John Lahart asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the various grades in which males and females are employed in her Department and the agencies under the remit of her Department in tabular form; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [52068/18]

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John Lahart

Question:

596. Deputy John Lahart asked the Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht the ratio of males to females employed in her Department and the agencies under the remit of her Department in tabular form; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [52085/18]

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Written answers (Question to Culture)

I propose to take Questions Nos. 594 to 596, inclusive, together.

  The information requested by the Deputy at the 30 of September 2018 is set out in tabular form below:

 Department of Culture , Heritage and the Gaeltacht:

Grade

Female Staff Numbers  

Male  Staff Numbers

Total No of Staff Employed

Secretary General

1

0

1

Assistant Secretary

0

4

4

Principal Officer

6

17

23

Assistant Principal   Officer

46

57

103

Administrative   Officer

38

49

87

Higher Executive   Officer

45

27

72

Executive Officer

95

67

102

Clerical Officer

54

32

86

Services Officer

5

11

16

State Industrial

34

67

101

Total

324

331

655

The information for the bodies  under  the  aegis  of my Department is set out below;

State Agency

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Arts Council

37

15

52

Chester Beatty Library

22

13

35

Crawford Art Gallery

13

4

17

Foras na Gaeilge

26

22

48

Heritage Council

9

6

15

IMMA

38

64

102

Screen Ireland

23

5

28

National Concert Hall

60

59

119

National Gallery of Ireland

72

99

171

National Library of Ireland

48

33

81

National Museum of Ireland

82

84

166

Údarás na Gaeilge

54

34

88

Ulster Scots Agency

1

1

2

Waterways Ireland

28

210

238

Overall Total   (agencies)

513

649

1162

The Arts Council

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Principal Officer (Director)

1

0

1

Assistant Principal Officer

3

3

6

Higher Executive Officer

7

8

15

Executive Officer

14.5

3.5

18

Clerical Officer

11.5

0.5

12

Total

37

15

52

 

Chester Beatty Library

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Director (PO)

1

0

1

Assistant Principal Officer

2

1

3

Assistant Keeper Grade I (APO)

6

0

6

Assistant Keeper Grade II (AO)

3

1

4

Higher Executive Officer

4

2

6

CBL Senior Attendant (SVO)

0

1

1

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education,   etc.)

2

0

2

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

4

0

4

CBL Attendant (SVO)

0

8

8

Total

22

13

35

Crawford Art Gallery

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Director

1

 

1

Assistant Principal Officer

1

 

1

Higher Executive Officer

1

 

1

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

2

 

2

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

1

 

1

Science & Art Attendant (SVO)

1

2

3

Invigilation (SVO)

 

2

2

Grade V (CETB /VEC)

2

 

2

Cleaners

4

 

4

Total

13

4

17

Foras na Gaeilge

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

CEO

1

0

1

Principal Officer

3

0

3

Assistant Principal Officer

7

2

9

Higher Executive Officer

6

4

10

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education,   etc.)

1

8

9

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

3

3

6

Engineer Grade I (APO)

1

0

1

Engineer Grade II (APO)

1

1

2

Engineer Grade III (AO)

2

4

6

Store Officer

1

0

1

Total

26

22

48

Heritage Council

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

CEO (Principal Officer Higher Analogous))

0

1

1

Assistant Principal

2

2

4

Executive Officer

2

0

2

Engineer Grade 3 (AO)

2

1

3

Engineer Grade 2 (APO)

1

0

1

Architect (APO)

0

1

0

Clerical Officer

2

1

3

Total

9

6

15

IMMA

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Principal Officer

1

0

1

Assistant Principal Officer

0

0

0

Engineer Gr II (APO)

1

5

6

Engineer Gr III (AO)

1

3

4

HEO

0

2

2

Admin Gr I (EO)

2

0

2

Admin Gr II (CO)

0

5

5

Admin Gr III (CO)

1

6

7

Assistant Curator / Events Coordinator (AO)

1

10

11

Mediator Public Information (SVO)

14

19

33

Invigilator (SVO)

5

8

13

PA to Director (EO)

0

1

1

Supervisor Mediator (SVO)

2

1

3

Technical Crew (CO)

9

1

10

Technical Crew Supervisor (EO)

1

0

1

Shop Manager (EO)

0

1

1

Cleaner

0

1

1

Apprentice

0

1

1

Total

38

64

102

National Concert Hall

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Principal Officer Higher

 

1

1

Assistant Principal Officer

1

5

6

HEO Higher

1

1

2

HEO

2

1

3

EO

1

1

2

Stage Manager (HEO)

 

1

1

House Manager (HEO)

 

1

1

Dep Stage Mgr (EO)

 

1

1

Dep House Mgr (EO)

 

1

1

Prof Acc Grade 11 (APO)

1

 

1

Engineer Grade 11 (APO

 

1

1

NCH Admin Exec (EO)

4

3

7

NCH Clerical Officer

3

 

3

NCH Security Officer (SVO)

 

2

2

Electricians

 

3

3

Stage Hands

 

3

3

NCH Box Office Supervisor (EO)

1

1

2

Receptionist (CO)

2

 

2

Casual/Part-Time (SVO)

44

33

77

Total

60

59

119

National Gallery of Ireland

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Director

0

1

1

Principal Officer

1

0

1

Assistant Principal Officer

4

2

6

Keeper (APO)

0

1

1

Assistant Keeper Grade I (APO)

2

2

4

Assistant Keeper Grade II (AO)

14

3

17

Higher Executive Officer

7

2

9

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education,   etc.)

11

2

13

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

18

5

23

Library Assistant – Class II (CO)

2

2

4

Clerks of Work (SVO)

0

1

1

Photographer (EO)

0

1

1

Senior Photographer (AO)

0

1

1

Attendants Grade (SVO)

13

76

89

Total

72

99

171

 

National Library of Ireland

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Director (PO+)

1

 

1

Assistant Principal Officer

2

2

4

Keeper (APO)

1

1

2

Assistant Keeper Grade I (APO)

8

2

10

Assistant Keeper Grade II (AO)

13

2

15

Higher Executive Officer

0

3

3

Senior Library Assistant

0

4

4

Library Assistant 1 (CO)

1

4

5

Library Assistant 2 (CO)

2

1

3

Library Assistant 3 (SVO)

4

5

9

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education,   etc.)

2

3

5

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

7

3

10

Science & Art Attendant (SVO)

4

1

5

Service Officer

3

2

5

Total

48

33

81

Údaras na Gaeltachta

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Assistant Secretary

0

1

1

Principal Officer Plus

0

3

3

Principal Officer

4

5

9

Assistant Principal Officer

11

16

27

Higher Executive Officer

19

8

27

Executive Officer

17

1

18

Clerical Officer

3

0

3

Total

54

34

88

National Museum of Ireland

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Director

0

1

1

Principal Officer

1

1

2

Assistant Principal Officer

2

1

3

Higher Executive Officer

1

3

4

Executive Officer

1

3

4

Clerical Officer

6

4

10

Keeper (APO)

2

6

8

Assistant Keeper I (APO)

3

5

8

Assistant Keeper II (AO)

5

14

19

Technical Assistant (CO)

0

5

5

Senior Executive Facilities (HEO)

1

0

1

Facilities Officer (EO)

6

1

7

Service Attendant (SVO)

1

0

1

Visitor & Security Officer (SVO)

44

14

58

Cleaner

0

2

2

Caretaker (SVO)

1

0

1

Senior Technical Assistant (EO)

0

1

1

Senior Photographer (AO)

0

1

1

Digital Imaging Officer (EO)

1

0

1

Senior Graphic Artist (AO)

1

0

1

Graphic Artist (EO)

2

1

3

Education Assistant (CO)

2

8

10

Marketing Executive (EO)

0

2

2

Marketing Assistant (CO)

0

1

1

Head Office Retail Manager (EO)

1

0

1

Senior Sales Assistant (CO)

0

3

3

Retail Assitant (CO)

1

7

8

Total

82

84

166

Ulster Scots Agency - Southern Jurisdiction

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Higher Executive Officer

 

1

1

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

1

 

1

Total

1

1

2

Screen Ireland

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Principal Officer

0

1

1

Professional Accountant Grade I (APO)

1

0

1

Professional Accountant Grade II (AO)

5

3

8

Higher Executive Officer

5

0

5

Admin Officer

1

0

1

Executive Officer

9

0

9

Clerical Officer

2

1

3

Total

23

5

28

 

Waterways Ireland

No. Females Employed

No. Males Employed

Total No. of Staff Employed

Principal Officer

0

3

3

Assistant Principal Officer

3

1

4

Higher Executive Officer

3

0

3

Executive Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education,   etc.)

2

2

4

Engineer 1 (APO)

0

2

2

Engineer 2 (APO)

2

7

9

Engineer 3 (AO)

2

9

11

Chief Superintendent of Mapping (APO)

0

1

1

Technical 2 (EO)

0

3

3

Technical 4 (CO)

1

2

3

Clerical Officer (i.e. Admin, shop, Education, etc.)

13

4

17

Industrial / Operational staff (GO)

2

176

178

Total

28

210

238