TfL employees earning over £50k revealed in 984 page report

Transport for London (TfL) recently announced a £111m operating loss for the first half of 2019-20. Although this represents a deficit reduction of 40 per cent compared to the same period in 2018-19 it is still a substantial figure.

The Wanstead Post has been exploring information about employees earning over £50,000 which “reflects an accurate picture of senior staff in post as at 31 March 2019”. Some of the posts and the salaries they attract make interesting reading. In some cases there are several posts with the same job title and salary as well as other roles which seem to cover very similar areas. Please see below for examples:

Problem-Solving & Evaluation Manager – £50,000-£54,999

Ambience Delivery Manager – £50,000-£54,999

Ambience Inspector – £50,000-£54,999

Drug & Alcohol Assessment & Treatment Services Manager – £50,000-£54,999
(To advise the company on matters relating to Drugs & Alcohol Assessment and Treatment Services for employees of Transport for London)

Ambience Manager – £55,000-£59,999

Ambience Delivery Manager – £55,000-£59,000

Vegetation Contract Manager – £55,000-£59,000
(This role has responsibility for overseeing the delivery of Vegetation Management across an area of LU track infrastructure.)

People Management Advisor Specialist – £55,000-£59,000
(This role is responsible for applying expertise in the provision of advice and guidance to ensure TfL treats its people fairly and has good relationships based on openness, mutual trust and respect.)

Events Co-ordination Manager, Events Manager and Events Planning and Delivery Manager – all earning £50,000-£54,999

Head of TfL Events Team – £75,000-£79,000

Head of Experience – £75,000-£79,000

Head of Profession – £85,000-£89,999

According to the most recent Annual Workforce Monitoring Report, Transport for London (TfL) employs 27,453 people on a permanent basis. The full 984 page report of those earning over £50k can be found here: http://content.tfl.gov.uk/data-transparency-report-2018-19.pdf

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