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G: Staffing profile and equal employment opportunity

Table A5 gives a breakdown of all staff in the Commission at 30 June for the past two years by employment type and gender. All staff, except for the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, are employed under the Public Service Act 1999.

Table A5: Ongoing and non-ongoing staff, by gender, 2011–12 and 2012–13
2011–12 2012–13
Female Male Total Female Male Total

Notes: Figures do not include Executive Level casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include 15 staff in 2012-13 (10 in 2011-12) on long-term leave or secondment and the Public Service Commissioner and Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and are counted as ongoing full-time.

Ongoing full-time 152 59 211 140 61 201
Ongoing part-time 305 3 35 23 4 27
Non-ongoing full-time 14 5 19 15 4 19
Non-ongoing part-time 4 2 6 4 3 7
Total 200 71 271 182 72 254

Table A6 shows Senior Executive Service staff at 30 June for the past two years by gender.

Table A6: Senior Executive Service, by gender, 2011–12 and 2012–13
2011–12 2012–13
Female Male Total Female Male Total
Notes: Figures do not include the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders. Figures include one SES Band 2 female employee on assignment at SES Band 3.
Band 1 5 5 10 4 4 8
Band 2 1 1 2 1 1
Band 3 1 1
Total 6 6 12 5 5 10

Tables A7 and A8 show staff by classification, gender and location for the past two years.

Table A7: Staff by classification, location and gender, 30 June 2012
ACT NSW Qld SA Vic. WA Total
F M F M F M F M F M F M
Notes: Figures do not include 56 (34 female and 22 male) Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include 10 staff on long-term leave, and the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and counted as ongoing full-time.
Trainee APS 1 1
Cadet APS
Graduate APS 1 1
APS 1 1 3 4
APS 2 1 1 2
APS 3 7 3 1 11
APS 4 27 5 3 1 36
APS 5 16 3 5 24
APS 6 40 14 3 1 58
EL 1 52 19 3 3 1 2 80
EL 2 24 11 1 1 1 2 40
SES 1 5 5 10
SES 2 1 1 2
SES 3
Statutory office holders 1 1 2
Subtotal 176 66 11 4 6 1 1 6
Total 243 15 7 1 6 271
Table A8: Staff by classification, location and gender, 30 June 2013
ACT NSW Qld SA Vic. WA Total
F M F M F M F M F M F M
Notes: Figures do not include 38 (22 female and 16 male) Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include 15 staff on long-term leave, and the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and counted as ongoing full-time.
Trainee APS
Cadet APS 1 1
Graduate APS 2 2
APS 1 1 3 4
APS 2 2 2
APS 3 3 2 5
APS 4 26 5 2 33
APS 5 14 3 3 20
APS 6 34 8 2 1 1 46
EL 1 54 24 4 3 1 1 87
EL 2 25 12 1 1 1 2 42
SES 1 4 4 8
SES 2 1 1
SES 3 1 1
Statutory office holders 1 1 2
Subtotal 163 67 10 4 4 1 4 1
Total 230 14 5 4 1 254

Tables A9 and A10 show the representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff by classification for the past two years.

Table A9: Representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff, by classification, 30 June 2012
Total staff No. Women ATSI BO BO + ENFL PWD
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %

ATSI = Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; BO = born overseas; BO + ENFL = born overseas and did not speak English as a first language; PWD = people with disability; SOH = statutory office holder.

Notes: Figures do not include 56 (34 female and 22 male) Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include 10 staff on long-term leave, and the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and counted as ongoing full-time.

As some people fall into more than one equal employment opportunity group, the sum of the components exceeds the total staff number.

Trainee APS 1 1 100.0 1 100.0
Cadet APS
Graduate APS 1 1 100.0 1 100.0
APS 1–2 3 1 33.3 1 33.3 2 66.7
APS 3–4 47 40 85.1 4 8.5 10 21.3 7 14.9
APS 5–6 82 65 79.3 2 2.4 9 11.0 6 7.3 2 2.4
EL 1 80 58 72.5 2 2.5 8 10.0 3 3.8 7 8.8
EL 2 40 27 67.5 5 12.5 1 2.5
SES and SOH 14 7 50.0 2 14.3
Total 271 200 73.8 11 4.1 34 12.5 16 5.9 12 4.4
Table A10: Representation of equal employment opportunity groups as a percentage of staff, by classification, 30 June 2013
Total staff No. Women ATSI BO BO + ENFL PWD
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %

ATSI = Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander; BO = born overseas; BO + ENFL = born overseas and did not speak English as a first language; PWD = people with disability; SOH = statutory office holder.

Notes: Figures do not include 38 (22 female and 16 male) Executive Level 1 casual employees providing fee-for-service work. Figures include 15 staff on long-term leave, and the Public Service Commissioner and the Merit Protection Commissioner, who are statutory office holders and counted as ongoing full-time.

As some people fall into more than one equal employment opportunity group, the sum of the components exceeds the total staff number.

Trainee APS
Cadet APS 1 1 100.0 1 100.0
Graduate APS 2 2 100.0
APS 1–2 6 1 16.6 1 16.6 1 16.6 1 16.6 3 50.0
APS 3–4 38 31 81.5 5 13.1 9 23.7 8 21.0 1 2.6
APS 5–6 66 55 83.3 1 1.5 12 18.2 7 10.6 3 4.5
EL 1 87 60 69.0 4 4.6 9 10.3 7 8.0 6 6.9
EL 2 42 28 66.7 2 4.8 2 4.8 2 4.8 3 7.1
SES and SOH 12 6 50.0 1 8.3
Total 254 182 71.7 16 6.3 34 13.4 25 9.8 16 6.3