Osun State Civil Service Commission Payroll Salary Structure 2024/2025

By | March 8, 2024

Osun State Civil Service Commission Payroll Salary Structure 2024/2025

The Osun State Civil Service Commission has released the payroll salary structure for 2024/2025. This information is important for employees and potential job seekers in the state to understand their expected salaries and benefits within the civil service sector. It also provides insight into how much funding may be allocated towards public services in future years.

Employment of Education Officers into Ministry of Ed

ucation and Government Technical Colleges in Osun State

The Osun State Civil Service payroll Is

 Public Service Salary Structure (CONPSS), which is set by the National Salaries, Incomes, and Wages Commission, just like many other government services in Nigeria.

Osun State Civil Service Salary Structure and Allowance

Here is an overview explaining the Osun State Civil Service salary structure from Grade Level 01 to 17, including typical jobs at each level:

GRADE LEVEL 01 – ₦19,500 – ₦27,000

Civil servants usually work in basic administrative support positions at grade level 01. Services like office assistants, couriers, cleaners, tea servers, security guards, gardeners, etc. fall under this category. These entry-level positions offer basic operational and administrative assistance.

GRADE LEVEL 02 – ₦21,000 – ₦29,500

Junior clerks and assistants with higher ranks fall under the grade level 02 salary range. Employees at this level could have had some specific training in areas like equipment usage, computer operation, record-keeping, etc. They support authorities in doing crucial tasks related to the organization’s set objectives.

GRADE LEVEL 03 – ₦22,000 – ₦32,000

Skilled artisans, machine operators, drivers, and junior technicians are among the positions in Osun State’s public service at grade 3. They perform expert operational tasks tha

t are essential to the smooth functioning of organizations and the provision of services. Broadcasters, technologists, artists, and other professionals also fall into this category.

GRADE LEVEL 04: ₦22,500–₦35,000

Civil workers of grade 04 can perform more complicated administrative and technical tasks, such as the duties of senior technicians, administrators, accountants, and law enforcement personnel. Under supervision, they carry out policies and programs.

GRADE LEVEL 05: ₦25,000–₦41,000

Civil servants work in specialized professional and management jobs at grade 05. Greater freedom to use specialized knowledge is available. At this grade level, there are jobs for researchers, engineers, economists, personnel managers, physicians, pharmacists, and other professionals.

GRADE LEVEL 06: ₦31,000–₦49,500

More senior managerial responsibilities are allocated to these grade 06 civil servants, including direction and control over administrative divisions, departments, or units. Financial

managers, senior engineers, medical consultants, and other positions need managerial experience and policy analysis.

GRADE LEVEL 07: ₦41,500–₦64,000.

Grade 07 public officials assume advanced management duties for organization branches and key programs. Chief pharmacists, district treasurers, department heads, and administrators of local governments are among the positions available at this grade level.

GRADE LEVEL 08: ₦54,000–₦80,000

Senior administrators oversee organizational divisions and create strategic policies at grade 8. Chief medical directors, chief engineers, local council executives, and directors in charge of departments are a few examples.

GRADE LEVEL 09: ₦63,500–₦96,000

Top administrators run local councils or whole organizations. Chief planning officer, works manager, council treasurer, hospital/institution head, and organization secretary are some of the positions available. They provide visionary leadership.

GRADE LEVEL 10-₦73,000–₦111,500

Directors general, chairmen of parastatal departments, and other high-level positions entail a great deal of responsibility for grade 10 public officers. To fulfill important government objectives, they oversee the management of substantial resources.

GRADE LEVEL 12- ₦87,500 to ₦127,000

Through the coordination of government operations, grade 12 responsibilities support executive governors. Secretary to the state government, clerk of the state house of assembly, commissioner, and head of the service are among the positions.

GRADE LEVEL 13- 98,000–138,500

One of the responsibilities of a civil servant at grade level 13 is formulating state-wise policies and implementation selected by governors. Standard positions include those of state ministry permanent secretaries.

GRADE LEVEL 14- ₦107,500–₦153,000 represents

The highest echelon of career public officers receive a pay in the grade 14. The State Civil Service Commission appoints people to positions at this special level.

GRADE LEVEL 15- ₦120,000-15,67,500

Leading significant governmental organizations is a requirement for Grade 15 assignments.

Jobs roles in these positions include rectors, provosts, and deans heading tertiary education institutions like universities, colleges, and polytechnics.

GRADE LEVEL 16 – ₦132,000 – ₦190,000

At this grade level, Osun State appointees preside over the entire state university system. The role provides an overall vision to manage multiple campuses and ensure educational standards.

GRADE LEVEL 17 – ₦147,500 – ₦213,500

The civil service grade 17 salary range is reserved for the exceptional few charged with administering complete state university complexes. Their expertise and experience are leveraged to enhance capacity building.


Aside from the basic salary, the Osun State Civil Servants are entitled to various allowances. The purpose of these allowances is to cover certain costs or difficulties associated with the job in addition to the base pay. Here are a few examples of typical allowances:

1. Housing Allowance:

2. Transport stipend:


3. Leave Allowance:

5. Entertainment Allowance

6. Utility Allowance

7. Medical Allowance


Osun state government under the leadership of His Excellency, Senator Ademola Adeleke, is currently not carrying out mass recruitment into the Civil Service as being wrongly assumed with the on going sales of employment forms by the Civil Service Commission



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