Appendix 1: Workforce statistics

The following tables show our workforce statistics for 2016–17 including staff numbers and whether they are ongoing, non-ongoing or casual, their substantive classification and their gender, location and remuneration.

Table 13: Ongoing, non-ongoing and casual staff, by substantive classification and gender, 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017

 

APS classification

Employment type

Gender

SES 1–3

EL 2

APS 6–EL 1

APS 1–5

Total

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

Ongoing

Female

29

31

100

93

373

367

303

275

805

766

Male

45

45

107

96

332

326

166

167

650

634

Subtotal

74

76

207

189

705

693

469

442

1,455

1,400

Non-ongoing

Female

2

4

7

5

12

9

21

Male

1

1

5

10

5

12

Subtotal

3

4

8

10

22

14

33

Casual

Female

1

62

57

62

58

Male

 1

2

280

243

281

245

Subtotal

 1

3

342

300

343

303

Total

 

74

76

208

195

709

701

821

764

1,812

1,736

 

Table 14: Ongoing and non-ongoing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017

 

Staff numbers

Employment type

2016

2017

Ongoing

24

31

Non-ongoing

Total

24

31

 

Table 15: Ongoing, non-ongoing and casual staff, by attendance type, 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017

 

Attendance type

Employment type

Full-time

Part-time

Casual

Total

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

2016

2017

Ongoing

1,290

1248

165

152

1,455

1400

Non-ongoing

11

31

3

2

14

33

Casual

343

303

343

303

Total

1,301

1279

168

154

343

303

1,812

1,736a

a.

Due to machinery-of-government changes, 84 ongoing and six non-ongoing employees joined Finance from Shared Services, 91 employees moved from Finance to the Digital Transformation Agency, and 41 employees moved to the Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority.

 

Table 16: Ongoing, non-ongoing and casual staff, by location, 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017

  Employment type
Location Ongoing Non-ongoing Casual Total
2016 2017 2016 2017 2016 2017 2016 2017
ACTa 1,413 1359 13 31 191 167 1,617 1,557
NSW 12 12 - - 54 49 66 61
NT 2 1 - - 2 2 4 3
QLD 8 7 - - 27 25 35 32
SA 3 4 - - 15 11 18 15
TAS 1 1 1 1 3 3 5 5
VIC 11 10 - - 36 33 47 43
WA 5 6 - 1 15 13 20 20
Total 1,455 1,400 14 33 343 303 1,812 1,736

a.

Figures include one employee deployed to Indonesia as at 30 June 2017 and two employees deployed to Indonesia and Solomon Islands as at 30 June 2016.

Remuneration

 

Table 17: Available salary ranges (excluding casuals), 30 June 2017

APS classification

Minimum ($)

Maximum ($)

SES 1–3

163,712

N/Aa

EL 2 (non-SES)

126,308

157,345

APS 6 – EL 1 (non-SES)

79,925

133,471

APS 1–5 (non-SES)

45,249

81,516

a.

The Secretary, in consultation with Finance’s Executive Board, determines the salaries of all SES staff.
Note: These figures reflect base salary only and exclude superannuation and other benefits.

 

Table 18: Actual salary ranges (excluding casuals), 30 June 2017

APS classification

Minimum ($)

Maximum ($)

SES 1–3

163,712

342,720

EL 2 (non-SES)

126,308

157,345

APS 6 – EL 1 (non-SES)

79,925

136,354

APS 1–5 (non-SES)

45,249

81,516

Last updated: 06 November 2017