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Body text for: Appendix 04 - Staff statistics

Table 5.5 Full-time/part-time/casual, ongoing/non-ongoing, by gender—30 June 2017

Ongoing
Full-time
Male

Ongoing
Full-time Female

Ongoing
Part-time
Male

Ongoing
Part-time Female

Non-ongoing
Full-time Male

Non-ongoing
Full-time Female

Non-ongoing Part-time
Male

Non-ongoing
Part-time Female

Non-ongoing Casual
Male

Non-ongoing
Casual

Female

Total

179

246

11

52

8

29

1

3

2

1

532

Note: These figures include staff employed by our Department as at 30 June 2017 and exclude all inoperative staff (inoperative staff are those staff recorded as being on leave without pay as at 30 June 2017 for a total period greater than 13 weeks). These figures include the departmental Secretary.

Table 5.6 Staff by classification groups and location—30 June 2017

State

APSDefinition:Australian Public Service 1

APS2

APS 3

APS 4

APS 5

APS 6

ELDefinition:Executive Level 1

EL 2

SESB1

SESB2

SESB3

SEC

Location total

ACT

1

1

16

52

56

114

124

55

17

6

3

1

446

NSW

1

3

14

5

16

15

6

1

61

VIC

2

1

1

4

QLD

1

1

2

SA

1

1

2

WA

1

2

4

4

4

1

16

NT

1

1

Classification total

1

2

19

67

67

137

145

65

19

6

3

1

532

Note: These figures are based on substantive classifications. Local designations such as Legal and Public Affairs have been subsumed into the equivalent Australian Public Service (APS) or Executive Level (EL) classifications. The departmental Secretary is included. Figures exclude inoperative staff.

Table 5.7 Senior Executive Service (SESDefinition:Senior Executive Service) staff—30 June 2017

SES Staff

Female

Male

SES total

SESB1

11

8

19

SESB2

5

1

6

SESB3

1

2

3

Total

17

11

28

Note: These figures reflect substantive occupancy and exclude inoperative staff.

Table 5.8 Staff in equal employment opportunity (EEO) groups—30 June 2017

Male

Female

Total staff 1

ATSI

CALDDefinition:culturally and linguistically diverse

PWD

Total staff 2

201

331

532

19

58

11

88

37.8%

62.2%

100%

3.6%

10.9%

2.1%

16.6%

Key to Table 5.8

Total staff 1: Ongoing and non-ongoing staff based on their substantive classification as at 30 June 2017.

Total staff 2: Total number of staff who chose to provide EEO information and this may include 'no' responses to some questions.

ATSI: Staff who reported they identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

CALD: Staff who reported they are from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

PWD: Staff who reported they have a disability.

These figures exclude inoperative staff.

Table 5.9 Salary range of employees 2016–17

Classification

Enterprise Agreement
Salary Range ($)
Lowest

Enterprise Agreement
Salary Range ($)
Highest

Individual Arrangements*
Salary Range ($)
Lowest

Individual Arrangements*
Salary Range ($)
Highest

APS1

44,750

49,142

APS2

50,346

55,803

APS3

57,257

61,860

APS4

64,177

69,702

72,360

72,360

APS5

71,550

78,357

79,937

80,647

APS6

78,897

97,137

89,518

116,949

EL1

102,129

127,349

116,706

127,439

EL2

118,480

152,523

142,945

154,051

SES

168,300

326,400

Note: Part-time salaries have been annualised to full-time for comparison. Classifications with local designations such as Legal and Public Affairs have been subsumed into the equivalent APS or EL levels. These figures exclude inoperative staff.

* Includes individual flexibility arrangements and section 24(1) determinations and supplementary arrangements.

Performance payments 2015–16, paid in 2016–17

No performance payments were made in 2016–17. This Department ceased payment of performance pay to SES and EL staff on implementation of the Department of Communications Enterprise Agreement 2015–2017 in August 2015.