Admiralty (Pensioner and Women Clerks).

Oral Answers to Questions — Government Departments. – in the House of Commons on 13th March 1929.

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Photo of Mr William Kelly Mr William Kelly , Rochdale


asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty if he will state the number of pensioner clerks employed by the Admiralty, and the number of women clerks employed in the cash department and expenses account department at the home dockyards?

Photo of Lieut-Colonel Sir Cuthbert Headlam Lieut-Colonel Sir Cuthbert Headlam , Barnard Castle

The number of Pensioner Clerks (all grades) employed by the Admiralty at present is 191. This includes 48 employed on a purely temporary footing. The women employed on the staffs of the Cash and Expense Accounts Departments of the Home Dockyards comprise 32 writing assistants and 8 temporary women clerks.

Photo of Mr William Kelly Mr William Kelly , Rochdale

Is there any reorganisation taking place which means an increase in their numbers?