State Examinations Commission
The State Examinations Commission is responsible for the development, assessment, accreditation and certification of the second-level examinations of the Irish state: the Junior Certificate and the Leaving Certificate. The State Examinations Commission is a non-departmental public body under the aegis of the Department of Education and Skills.
State Examinations (Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate)- General Details, Payment and Financial Arrangements
Special Centres – Reasonable accommodations (RACE) and revised rates of pay. Correspondence issued to schools in March 2012 setting out a revised approach to the payment of superintendents in special centres as part of cost saving measures. The teacher unions expressed opposition to this change. See Circular S 24/12
General overview of conditions and rates of pay that apply to school appointed staff.
See Circular S27/12
Financial information that applies to all contract staff.
Under direction from the Revenue Commissioners the SEC has made a number of changes in respect of to the payment of contract staff. These relate to the application of the universal social charge and tax credits. It may be of special benefit for those on income below €10,036 or for whom income from the SEC is their sole income to be vigilant about forwarding a tax credit certificate to the SEC along with their payment claim. For details click here
Changes in Examination Remuneration - March 2009
Reasonable Accommodation for State Examinations:
TUI submission - 2007