At the MND Association, we employ staff with the expertise, skills and knowledge needed to deliver the broad range of our work set out in our 2017-21 strategy. This includes staff working on our three mission areas of Care, Research and Campaigning but also the staff needed in support roles such as finance, fundraising, human resources (HR) and ICT.
We pay a fair and appropriate salary to attract and keep the best people with the right values, skills and experience. In our commitment to openness and in line with best practice we publicly disclose the following information on senior staff salaries.
How our Executive pay is governed
The Remuneration Committee (which is a sub-committee of our Board and made up of volunteer trustees) oversees the remuneration packages of members of the executive team. They ensure they are appropriate and communicated to our members and the wider public in line with good practice. This includes the initial setting and annual review of the salary and other benefits of the Chief Executive.
Salary bands - our chief executive and directors
Salary bands for our chief executive and directors are set out below. The executive team of the Association consisted of the chief executive and six directors at the end of December 2019.
We have provided salary details for our chief executive and salary bands for the six directors.
Executive pay 2019
Chief Executive - Salary: £98,900
|Salary band||2019 Number of staff|
|£70,001 - £80,000||Three Directors|
|£80,001 - £90,000||Three Directors|
|£90,001 - £100,000||Chief Executive|
During our accounting period for 2019, we allocated 68p of every £1 to fund our core activities of research, care and campaigning. Of the remaining 32p in every pound, 15p is spent on fundraising and 17p on support functions within the Association eg finance, information systems, HR etc.
For every £1 spent in the past year on our staff fundraising team, £4.03 was raised in return. You can read more about the impact we are making through our research projects, campaigning activities and services such as equipment loans, grants and Association funded care centres and care networks.
Our trustees are volunteers and do not receive any remuneration for their services, but may claim reasonable expenses incurred through attending meetings or other duties.