Appendix 2 - Staffing

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The figures in this appendix include staff on long-term paid leave, but exclude staff on leave without pay or on temporary movements out of the department at 30 June 2012. Also excluded are those non-ongoing staff employed on a casual or sessional basis.

Staff numbers, by classification, salary range and gender, 30 June 2012

Classification

Salary ($)

Gender

Total

 

 

Male

Female

 

Clerk of the Senate

371,190

1

1

Deputy Clerk of the Senate (SES Band 2)

194,804–205,057

1

1

Clerks Assistant and Usher of the Black Rod (SES Band 1)

160,737–168,814

2

2

4

Parliamentary Executive Level 2 (PE 2)

121,680–130,106

12

12

24

Parliamentary Executive Level 1 (PE 1)

97,816–109,567

10

12

22

Parliamentary Service Level 6 (APS 6)

80,935–88,782

16

20

36

Parliamentary Service Level 5 (APS 5)

71,853–76,305

3

2

5

Parliamentary Service Level 4 (APS 4)

64,316–69,084

9

20

29

Parliamentary Service Level 3 (APS 3)

57,347–61,951

11

20

31

Parliamentary Service Level 1/2 (APS 1/2)

44,890–56,191

6

4

10

Total

 

70

93

163

SES = Senior Executive Service, PE = Parliamentary Executive, APS = Australian Parliamentary Service


Staff numbers, by classification, participation and employment category, 30 June 2012

Classification

Participation

Category

Total

 

Full-time

Part-time

Ongoing

Non-ongoing

 

Clerk of the Senate

1

1

1

SES Band 2

1

1

1

SES Band 1

4

4

4

PE 2

22

2

24

24

PE 1

16

6

19

3

22

APS 6

28

8

32

4

36

APS 5

5

5

5

APS 4

22

7

29

29

APS 3

25

6

22

9

31

APS 1/2

6

4

7

3

10

Total

130

33

144

19

163

SES = Senior Executive Service, PE = Parliamentary Executive, APS = Australian Parliamentary Service


Full‑time equivalent staffing levels (staff years), 2010–11 and 2011–12

Program

2010–11

2011–12

Clerk’s Office

4

6

Table Office

17

17

Procedure Office

33

34

Committee Office

58

59

Black Rod’s Office

45

42

Total

157

158


Diversity profile, 2010–11 and 2011–12a

 

2010–11

2011–12

Gender

 

 

Female

103

93

Male

71

70

Self-identified equal employment opportunity (EEO) group

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

EEO details not provided

1

4

English not first language spoken

4

4

With disability

a    As at 30 June in each year.


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