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Appendices

APPENDIX H-Additional human resource statistics

This appendix addresses the requirement for us to publish a range of human resource statistics. It includes:

  • a profile of our workforce by classification and location
  • a profile of our workforce by gender, tenure and hours of work
  • the salary scales available by classification
  • details of the extra salary payments made to non-Senior Executive Service (SES) staff on Australian workplace agreements (AWAs) in 2005-06.

These statistics include non-ongoing staff as at 30 June 2005 and 2006, but exclude inoperative and casual staff unless noted otherwise.

Table H.1 Workforce profile by classification and location

APS 1-4 and equivalent

APS 5-6 and equivalent

EL1 and equivalent

EL2 and equivalent

SES/SEC and equivalent

Holder of public office

Total

04-05

05-06

04-05

05-06

04-05

05-06

04-05

05-06

04-05

05-06

04-05

05-06

05-05

05-06

Employees and public office holders other than Indian Ocean Territories (IOT) staff

ACT

207

217

316

330

241

268

174

198

37

41

2

4

977

1,058

NSW

5

9

28

30

4

13

1

1

-

-

-

-

38

53

Vic.

3

3

19

29

3

10

1

1

-

-

-

-

26

43

Qld

3

2

28

34

7

9

7

6

-

-

-

-

45

51

SA

3

5

11

8

3

3

4

4

-

-

-

-

21

20

WA

4

5

22

27

9

10

4

4

-

-

-

-

39

46

Tas.

-

-

3

4

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

4

5

NT

-

-

-

3

1

3

-

-

-

-

1

1

2

7

Norfolk Island

-

-

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

1

1

2

2

Total

225

241

427

465

270

318

191

214

37

41

4

6

1,154

1,285a

IOT employees

Total

76

82

3

2

5

5

2

2

2

2

1

1

89

94

APS = Australian Public Service EL = Executive level SEC = Secretary
Note: 'Equivalent' staff include employees performing legal, public affairs, transport safety investigation or other specialist duties.
a The total does not include two departmental employees who are also Indian Ocean Territories (IOT) employees

Table H.2 Workforce gender profile by tenure and hours of work

Female

Male

Total

2004-05

2005-06

2004-05

2005-06

2004-05

2005-06

Employees other than IOT staff

Holder of public office

1

1

3

5

4

6

Ongoing full-time

429

480

577

651

1,006

1,131

Ongoing part-time

57

62

16

15

73

77

Non-ongoing full-time

30

37

22

23

52

60

Non-ongoing part-time

9

4

10

7

19

11

Total

526

584

628

701

1,154

1,285

IOT employees

Holder of public office

-

-

1

1

1

1

Ongoing full-time

26

26

33

32

59

58

Ongoing part-time

6

7

-

-

6

7

Non-ongoing full-time

9

8

7

6

16

14

Non-ongoing part-time

7

12

-

2

7

14

Total

48

53

41

41

89

94

Table H.3 Salary ranges ($) for departmental employees by classification

30 June 2003 ($)

30 June 2004 ($)

30 June 2005 ($)

30 June 2006 ($)

APS1

28,557-31,455

30,002-33,047

31,202-34,369

33,748-37,174

APS2

32,342-35,706

33,978-41,618

35,337-43,534

38,221-42,197

Graduate

34,412-34,412

36,154-36,154

37,600-37,600

43,608-43,608

APS3

36,687-45,000

38,544-50,847

40,318-52,881

43,608-63,257

APS4

40,884-48,926

42,953-54,489

44,671-52,881

48,316-54,996

APS5

45,644-49,460

47,953-56,984

49,871-59,263

53,941-64,337

APS6

49,488-72,612

51,992-71,597

54,072-85,627

58,484-89,052

EL1

63,110-78,369

66,303-90,372

69,267-93,987

74,920-97,746

EL2

72,826-150,000

76,511-151,000

79,571-122,557

86,064-150,000

SES1

121,973-164,142

129,717-160,979

134,906-178,433

130,977-175,000

SES2

141,916-161,482

156,986-164,970

174,115-178,433

152,246-185,000

SES3

184,634-184,634

188,444-188,444

214,626-214,626

182,471-195,000

Secretary

The Secretary's remuneration is as determined by the Prime Minister after taking into account the recommendations of the Remuneration Tribunal.

Notes: Salary includes allowance and 'at-risk' pay, but excludes employer superannuation contributions and other non-salary benefits payable to staff in the department.

Different pay scales may apply to specialist staff, junior staff and non-ongoing employees engaged in intermittent or irregular duties. For more information, please see the Department of Transport and Regional Services Collective Agreement 2006-2009 (www.dotars.gov.au/department/dotars/collective.aspx)

Table H.4 Details of performance pay for non-SES staff on AWAs in 2005-06

Classification

Number of people paid

Total cost of payments ($)

Average payment ($)

Range of payments ($)

APS6 and equivalent

1

8,000

8,000

n/a

EL1 and equivalent

3

14,700

4,900

4,850-5,000

EL2 and equivalent

14

104,320

7,451

5,000-10,000

Total

18

127,020

7,057

4,850-10,000

Notes: The table shows the actual performance pay paid in the 2005-06 financial year.
Equivalent' staff may include employees performing legal, public affairs, transport safety investigation or other specialist duties.