About Irish Water
Establishment of the organisation
|Key directives and regulations impacting water operations in Ireland|
Governance / management arrangements
|The Water Services Strategic Plan|
|Annual report and audited financial statements|
|Irish Water's Capital Investment Plan|
|Irish Water's Business Plan|
Salaries for Irish Water Staff as of March 2019 including Fixed Term contracts.
|Pay band €||Number of staff|
|Less than 30,000||23|
|30,000 - 39,999||56|
|40,000 - 49,999||95|
|50,000 - 59,999||140|
|60,000 - 69,999||152|
|70,000 - 79,999||86|
|80,000 - 89,999||110|
|90,000 - 99,999||43|
|100,000 - 119,999||35|
|120,000 - 149,999||16|
|Greater than 150,000||2|
Memoranda of Understanding
Irish Water also has a Memorandum of Understanding with the Water Services Training Group (“WSTG”). Irish Water will continue to fund the training of staff employed within the water services sections of local authorities working under the Service Level Agreement with Irish Water.
Service Level Agreements
Irish Water has Service Level Agreements with the 31 City and County Councils to provide certain services to Irish Water with respect to the Water Services functions. It also provides for the relationship between Irish Water and each local authority with respect to such services.
These Service Level Agreements are provided for in the Water Services (No. 2) Act 2013, and enables local authority staff to continue to provide local operations under Irish Water supervision and management and using Irish Water systems and processes.