Salary Scale for teachers appointed after January 2011

*Revised salary scale effective from 1st September 2017 as a result of the ASTI’s suspension of industrial action as outlined here.*


Teachers who were appointed to Department-funded teaching positions for the first time after January 2011 are paid according to the below salary scale.

Teachers appointed after January 2011 begin on the 1st point of their salary scale and progress incrementally with each year of service. Incremental credit may apply for teachers with relevant recognised service. Click here for more information on incremental credit.

Teachers may also be entitled to allowances - click here for information. 

Common Basic Scale

*This scale is achieved through inclusion of the €1,592 supervision and substitution moiety and the €1,000 increase to the pre-existing scale effective from 1st September 2017.

Points on ScaleAppointees 01/01/2011 - 01/02/2012
1.€30,684
2.€32,141
3.€33,805
4.€34,564
5.€35,633
6.€36,705
7.€38,367
8.€39,445
9.€40,521
10.€43,232
11.€44,586
12.€46,204
13.€47,814
14.€49,436
15.€50,792
16.€52,588
17.€52,588
18.€52,588
19.€55,064
20.€55,064
21.€55,064
22.€55,064
23.€58,336
24.€58,336
25.€58,336
26.€58,336
27.€61,951

Rates for Post-primary Teachers who entered teaching between 1 January 2011 and 31 January 2012 with effect from 1st September 2017:

 

Category (Post-Primary)New Ongoing Rate from 1st Sep 2017Value of Statutory Annual Leave Accumulated per Hour Worked from 1/9/17*
Hourly casual qualified€39.08€5.33
Hourly unqualified€34.67€4.73

 

 

*Cessation of “Rolled-up Holiday Pay”

With effect from the commencement of the 2015/2016 school year the practice of “rolled-up holiday pay” ceased.  Previously casual and non-casual teachers were paid a daily/hourly rate which included an element in respect of annual leave, Circular letter 0015/2015 introduced a separate payment in respect of holiday pay. This change was made to bring the method of remunerating casual and non-casual teachers in line with the European Union Working time     Directive, following a decision of the European Commission.

The overall remuneration of casual and non-casual teachers will not change, however 12%  will be removed from the current hourly casual and non-casual rates. This represents the teachers’ statutory annual leave entitlement of 4 weeks per year. The teacher will accumulate statutory annual leave to the value of 12% of time worked. Teachers are required to take their statutory annual leave entitlement during the school closure periods, ie: Christmas, Easter, Summer.

Please refer to circular letter 0015/2015 for further details.