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
  • non-salary benefits provided to employees.

These statistics include non-ongoing staff as at 30 June 2009 and 30 June 2010, but exclude inoperative and casual staff unless noted otherwise.

Table H.1 Workforce profile, including holders of public office,

by classification and location

Table H.1 Workforce profile, including holders of public office, 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
  08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10 08–09 09–10
ACT 174 162 366 310 292 250 181 133 46 45 1 1 1060 901
NSW 10 8 32 32 11 11 4 4 4 4 1 1 62 60
Vic 1 1 16 16 4 6 1 1 0 0   0 22 24
Qld 1 1 23 21 8 8 4 1 0 0   0 36 31
SA 0 0 12 9 6 6 5 1 0 0   0 23 16
WA 2 1 16 17 8 8 3 1 0 0   0 29 27
Tas 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0   0 2 2
NT 0 0 8 7 2 2 0 0 0 0   0 10 9
Total 188 173 474 413 332 292 198 141 50 49 2 2 1244 1070
Table H.2 Workforce gender profile, including holders of public office, by tenure and hours of work
  Female Male Total
  2008–09 2009–10 2008–09 2009–10 2008–09 2009–10
Holder of public office 0 0 2 0 2 2
Ongoing full-time 477 413 644 537 1121 950
Ongoing part-time 66 69 16 18 82 87
Non-ongoing full-time 22 12 11 12 33 24
Non-ongoing part-time 1 3 5 4 6 7
Total 566 497 678 571 1244 1070
Table H.3 Salary ranges for departmental employees by classification
  30 June 2006 ($) 30 June 2007 ($) 30 June 2008 ($) 30 June 2009 ($) 30 June 2010 ($)
APS1 33,748–37,174 33,748–37,174 35,098–38,661 36,502–40,207 37,597–41,413
APS2 38,221–42,197 38,221–42,197 39,750–43,885 41,340–45,640 42,580–47,009
Graduate 43,608–43,608 43,608–43,608 45,353–45,353 47,167–47,167 48,582–48,582
APS3 43,608–63,257 43,608–47,086 45,353–48,969 47,167–50,928 48,582–52,456
APS4 48,316–54,996 48,316–52,502 50,249–54,602 52,259–56,787 53,827–58,491
APS5 53,941–64,337 53,941–64,099 56,098–59,850 58,342–61,863 60,092–70,203
APS6 58,484–89,052 58,484–80,902 60,824–84,138 63,257–84,138 65,155–81,760
EL1 74,920–97,746 74,920–112,975 77,916–117,494 81,033–122,194 83,464–117,800
EL2 86,064–150,000 86,064–156,000 89,507–162,240 93,087–168,730 95,880–160,000
SES1 130,977–175,000 130,000–175,500 135,200–182,520 150,588–205,096 156,612–201,950
SES2 152,246–185,000 170,000–200,000 156,000–208,000 173,275–231,000 206,158–237,930
SES3 182,471–195,000 186,000–210,000 187,200–218,400 208,884–266,400 247,200–247,200
Secretary The Secretary's remuneration is as determined by 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 employees, junior employees and non-ongoing employees engaged in intermittent or irregular duties. For more information, please see the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government Enterprise Agreement 2009–2011 http://www.infrastructure.gov.au/department/about/agreement.aspx.

Table H.4 Non-salary benefits available to employees
Employee health and wellbeing
Access to the Employee Assistance Program—by employees and their families
Health assessments, influenza vaccinations and skin cancer checks
Carer's facilities—on a needs basis
Support to quit smoking
Weight Watchers at work
Lunchtime fitness classes
Health and wellbeing seminars
Support for professional and personal development
Study assistance
Financial Assistance for:
- course/tuition/administrative fees
- some accommodation and travel costs
- some compulsory costs
Paid leave
Flexible working arrangements
Flextime
Time off in lieu
Home-based work
Part-time work
Leave
Purchased leave
Annual leave cash out
Access to personal circumstances leave and annual leave at half pay
Christmas close-down
Generous maternity, adoption and parental leave provisions
Other
Senior Executive Vehicle Scheme
Salary sacrifice
Car parking
Additional leave for shiftworkers and overseas employees

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