If you are looking for how much workers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria earn monthly, then follow this post. We are going to cover the CONTISS, CONUASS, CONRAISS, CONTOPSAL, CONPSS, CONMESS, CONHESS, CONJUSS,CONPASS salary structure.
The salary structure for federal workers in the year 2023 is better than any other civil service in the country, giving it a reputation as one of the most stable jobs in the country.
Federal Civil Service Commission Salary Structure 2023
It is worth mentioning, that minimal wages on the federal civil service position are N30,000. Checkout the full details below;
Least paid staff
The least paid staff on Grade Level 01 Step 01 will receive N30,000 per month .
School leaver salary 2023
The school graduate who is currently on Grade Level 04 and Step 1 will earn a little more than the least staff – N242,994 per year.
Officers Salary 2023
Having Grade Level 06 Step 01, the officer at the FCSC will receive an annual salary of N316, 229. After attaining Step 15 on the same Grade Level, he will receive N487,295.
Diploma certificate holder Salary 2023
The diploma certificate holder on Grade Level 07 Step 01 will receive N43,163 per month at the Nigerian Federal Civil Service Commission. It sums up to an annual salary of N517,965
Officers’ counterparts Salary 2023
On Grade Level 09 Step 01 they will receive N780,656 per year. After attaining Step 15, they will get N1,152,698. Just compare that to the Officer’s’ salary!
Graduate Salary 2023
Graduate on Level 08 Step 15 is between the Officers’ Level 09 Step 01 and Level 09 Step 15. They will receive N81,000 monthly working at the Federal Civil Service Commission. This sums up to a salary of N978,663 yearly.
Director of the Federal Civil Service Salary 2023
No doubt, the director is the most paid position at the FCSC. On Grade Level 17 Step 9 he will get a monthly salary of N454,344 (more that the school leaver will receive per year!). It amounts to an annual salary of N5,452,136.
Let take a look at the full list of various salary structures in Nigeria today based on their grouping.
CONTISS Salary Scale 2023
CONTISS is the acronym for Consolidated Tertiary Institutions Salary Structure. This is the salary structure that all non-academic staff members of Federal universities are placed on.
CONUASS Salary Scale 2023
While CONTISS is meant for non-academic staff members in Federal Government universities, CONUASS is meant for the academic staff members of the same universities. CONUASS is simply an acronym for Consolidated University Academic Structure and it was adopted in 2010.
CONRAISS Salary Scale 2023
This is an acronym for Consolidated Research and Allied Institutions Salary Structure and was formally adopted in the year 2010. This salary structure is the one staff of all training, research and allied institutions by the federal government are placed.
CONTOPSAL Salary Scale 2023
This simply means Consolidated Top Federal Public Office Holders Salary Structure (CONTOPSAL). This salary scale is for top government officials and was developed in the year 2007.
CONMESS Salary Scale 2023
This simply means Consolidated Medical Salary Structure (CONMESS) and was designed to cater for all medical staffs directly under the employment of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
CONHESS Salary Scale 2023
CONHESS This fully means Consolidated Health Salary Structure and was adopted for use as salary structure for various health workers like nurses, medical laboratories workers, pharmacists and the likes.
CONJUSS Salary Scale 2023
This fully means Consolidated Judicial Salary Structure. This salary structure is for all judicial employees under the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Why does Salary Structure differ per agency in Nigeria?
The Federal Government of Nigeria services is divided into units and each unit has its own unique salary structure. You might be shocked to know that even in Federal universities in Nigeria, the salary structure of academic staff is different from that of the non-academic staff. Woah!!!
The various salary structures in Nigeria is being taken care of by the National Salaries Incomes and Wages Commission (NSIWC). One of the functions of this agency is to take care of annual reviews of wages and salaries in the Public Service.