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Appendices

Appendix H - Additional human resource statistics

This appendix addresses the requirement for the Department to publish a range of human resource statistics. It includes details of the Department's:

  • workforce profile by classification and location;
  • workforce profile by gender, tenure and hours of work;
  • salary scales available, by classification; and
  • extra salary payments made to non-Senior Executive Service staff on Australian Workplace Agreements in 2008-09.

These statistics include non-ongoing staff as at 30 June 2008 and 2009, 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
07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09 07-08 08-09
Employees and public office holders
ACT 177 174 337 366 291 292 175 181 40 46 3 1 1023 1060
NSW 6 10 38 32 10 11 1 4 - 4 - 1 55 62
Vic. 3 1 32 16 8 4 2 1 - - - - 45 22
Qld 3 1 35 23 12 8 6 4 - - - - 56 36
SA - - 14 12 6 6 4 5 - - - - 24 23
WA 3 2 17 16 10 8 3 3 - - - - 33 29
Tas. - - 3 1 1 1 - - - - - - 4 2
NT - - 5 8 2 2 - - - - - - 7 10
Total 192 188 481 474 340 332 191 198 40 50 3 2 1247 1244

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.

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

Female Male Total
2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09 2007-08 2008-09
Employees
Holder of public office 1 - 2 2 3 2
Ongoing full-time 471 477 651 644 1122 1121
Ongoing part-time 60 66 14 16 74 82
Non-ongoing full-time 18 22 18 11 36 33
Non-ongoing part-time 5 1 7 5 12 6
Total 555 566 692 678 1247 1244

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

30 June 2006 ($) 30 June 2007 ($) 30 June 2008 ($) 30 June 2009 ($)
APS1 33,748-37,174 33,748-37,174 35,098-38,661 36,502-40,207
APS2 38,221-42,197 38,221-42,197 39,750-43,885 41,340-45,640
Graduate 43,608-43,608 43,608-43,608 45,353-45,353 47,167-47,167
APS3 43,608-63,257 43,608-47,086 45,353-48,969 47,167-50,928
APS4 48,316-54,996 48,316-52,502 50,249-54,602 52,259-56,787
APS5 53,941-64,337 53,941-64,099 56,098-59,850 58,342-61,863
APS6 58,484-89,052 58,484-80,902 60,824-84,138 63,257-84,138
EL1 74,920-97,746 74,920-112,975 77,916-117,494 81,033-122,194
EL2 86,064-150,000 86,064-156,000 89,507-162,240 93,087-168,730
SES1 130,977-175,000 130,000-175,500 135,200-182,520 152,941-205,096
SES2 152,246-185,000 170,000-200,000 156,000-208,000 211,218-231,000
SES3 182,471-195,000 186,000-210,000 187,200-218,400 240,000-266,400
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, see the Department of Transport and Regional Services Collective Agreement 2006-2009 www.infrastructure.gov.au/department/about/agreement.aspx

Table H.4 Details of performance pay for non-SES staff on AWAs in 2008-09

Classification Number of people paid Total cost of payments ($) Average payment ($) Range of payments ($)
EL2 and equivalent 1 $4,041 $4,041 $4,041

Notes:
The table shows the actual performance pay paid in the 2008-09 financial year.

'Equivalent' staff may include employees performing legal, public affairs, transport safety investigation or other specialist duties.

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