Thursday, 5 December 2019

Questions (67)

Michael McGrath

Question:

67. Deputy Michael McGrath asked the Minister for Finance the number of open roles in the Central Bank by functional area and position; the length of time the role has remained unfilled in each case; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [51024/19]

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Written answers (Question to Finance)

I am informed by the Central Bank that it has 86 open roles as at the end of November, which are at varying stages of the recruitment process. The average time to hire is currently nine weeks. I refer the Deputy to the following table which provides a full breakdown of active vacancies by Pillar and Directorate.

Pillar name

Directorate

# Active Vacancies

Central Banking

Economics and Statistics

3

Central Banking

Corporate Affairs

8

Central Banking

Financial Stability

2

Total

13

Pillar name

Directorate

# Active Vacancies

Financial Conduct

Consumer Protection

10

Financial Conduct

Enforcement

2

Financial Conduct

Policy and Risk

8

Financial Conduct

Securities & Markets Supervision

3

Total

23

Pillar name

Directorate

# Active Vacancies

Prudential Regulation

Asset Management Supervision

3

Prudential Regulation

Credit Institutions

9

Prudential Regulation

Insurance

9

Prudential Regulation

Office of Deputy Governor

1

Prudential Regulation

Prudential Analysis & Inspections

10

Total

32

Pillar name

Directorate

# Active Vacancies

Chief Operations Officer

Human Resources

13

Chief Operations Officer

Information Management Training

5

Total

18

Overall total

86