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Job families data

Job families

Details of the job family model can be found on the APSC website.

Job families
Accounting and finance
Administration
Communications and marketing
Compliance and regulation
Engineering and technical
Human resources
Information and communications technology
Information and knowledge management
Intelligence
Legal and parliamentary
Monitoring and audit
Organisation leadership
Project and programmes
Research
Science and health
Service delivery
Strategic policy
Trades and labour

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Proportion of APS employees by work type, 2016

  Proportion of APS
Accounting and finance 4.7%
Administration 11.3%
Communications and marketing 2.4%
Compliance and regulation 11.3%
Engineering and technical 2.1%
Human resources 4.5%
Information and communications technology 9.0%
Information and knowledge management 1.5%
Intelligence 2.2%
Legal and parliamentary 3.3%
Monitoring and audit 1.7%
Organisation leadership 1.7%
Project and programmes 9.5%
Research 3.2%
Science and health 2.6%
Service delivery 21.7%
Strategic policy 6.9%
Trades and labour 0.5%

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Gender distribution by work type, 2016

  Male Female
Accounting and finance 39.4% 60.6%
Administration 25.0% 75.0%
Communications and marketing 29.2% 70.8%
Compliance and regulation 49.6% 50.4%
Engineering and technical 84.8% 15.2%
Human resources 28.0% 72.0%
Information and communications technology 66.8% 33.2%
Information and knowledge management 37.2% 62.8%
Intelligence 53.8% 46.2%
Legal and parliamentary 36.4% 63.6%
Monitoring and audit 50.0% 50.0%
Organisation leadership 49.6% 50.4%
Project and programmes 39.9% 60.1%
Research 55.0% 45.0%
Science and health 42.0% 58.0%
Service delivery 26.9% 73.1%
Strategic policy 40.1% 59.9%
Trades and labour 82.5% 17.5%

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Top work types by gender, 2016 – Female

Work type Percent
Service delivery 26.5%
Administration 14.1%

Top work types by gender, 2016 – Male

Work type Percent
Information and communications technology 14.8%
Service delivery 14.5%

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Classification distribution by work type, 2016

Job family APS EL SES
Accounting and finance 67.6% 30.8% 1.6%
Administration 89.4% 10.4% 0.2%
Communications and marketing 62.1% 36.5% 1.4%
Compliance and regulation 78.1% 20.8% 1.1%
Engineering and technical 70.0% 29.5% 0.5%
Human resources 71.7% 27.1% 1.2%
Information and communications technology 62.8% 36.2% 1.0%
Information and knowledge management 79.6% 19.9% 0.4%
Intelligence 71.3% 27.3% 1.4%
Legal and parliamentary 49.1% 45.0% 5.9%
Monitoring and audit 67.0% 31.5% 1.5%
Organisation leadership 17.8% 52.4% 29.8%
Project and programmes 55.6% 42.5% 1.9%
Research 59.5% 38.6% 1.9%
Science and health 64.2% 34.3% 1.5%
Service delivery 93.8% 5.8% 0.4%
Strategic policy 41.6% 51.4% 7.0%
Trades and labour 92.5% 7.0% 0.5%

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Top job types by classification, 2016 – APS

  APS
Service delivery 28.1%
Administration 13.9%

Top job types by classification, 2016 – EL

  EL

 

Project and programme 15.7%
Strategic policy 13.8%

Top job types by classification, 2016 – SES

  SES

 

Organisational leadership 24.5%
Strategic policy 23.9%

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