South Sudan effects new salary structure for civil servants, army servicemen
South Sudan government has implemented a new salary structure for the country's civil servants and members of the organized forces, according to the ministry of public service and human resources development.
JUBA – South Sudan government has implemented a new salary structure for the country’s civil servants and members of the organized forces, according to the ministry of public service and human resources development.
In his speech on Independence Day in July 2021, President Salva Kiir Mayardit directed a 100-percent increase in all salary structures for civil servants and members of the country’s organized force.
“In the 2021-2022 budget, the government has resolved to increase salaries by 100 percent as phase one with immediate effect and fully review late on during the fiscal year when the economy improves,” President Kiir told reporters on 10th independence anniversary on July 9th 2021.
According to the new salary structure, a grade-fourteen civil servant or an army/security private will receive 3,728 South Sudanese Pounds (roughly 7.4 United States Dollars). A grade-one civil service employee will receive 13,580 South Sudanese Pounds or 27.1 USD.
The highest ranking security sector officer, the general, will receive a monthly salary of 17,000 South Sudanese Pounds, or just 34 United States Dollar.
The new salary structure which affects July salary, and onward, was made effective on September 29, 2021 and was signed by the undersecretary of the ministry of public service and human resources development.
For civil servants, below is the new salary structure:
Grade 1, SSP13,580
Grade 2 SSP11,680
Grade 3, SSP 11,100
Grade 4, SSP10,520
Grade 5, SSP10,120
Grade 6, SSP9,650
Grade 7, SSP9,416
Grade 8, SSP8,806
Grade 9, SSP8,396
Grade 10, SSP6,950
Grade 11, SSP5000
Grade 12, SSP4,125
Grade 13, SSP3,878
Grade 14, SSP3,728
Grade 15, SSP2,678
Grade 16, SSP2,528
Grade 17, SSP2,378
For members of South Sudan People’s Defense Forces (SSPDF) South Sudan Police Service (SSNPS), South Sudan National Security Service (NSS), below is the new salary structure!
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