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1 National Remuneration Survey 2011/2012 The most comprehensive salary guide for Local Government

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3 Table of Contents Introduction by Matthew M c Arthur... 2 Remuneration Trends Over the Years... 3 Gender Statistics...11 Summary Previous Occupation Chief Executive Officer/ General Manager...12 Summary Remuneration Data by Job Family and Gender...14 Summary Remuneration Data Tables by Job Family, Gender and Primary Function...15 Individual Position Summaries Remuneration Data Tables...22 Level 1 Level 1 CEO/General Manager...23 Level 2 Level 2 Community Services...24 Level 2 Corporate Services...25 Level 2 Human Resources/Organisational Development...26 Level 2 Engineering Services...27 Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services...28 Level 3 Level 3 Community Services Aged and Disability...29 Level 3 Community Services Arts and Culture...30 Level 3 Community Services Community Development...31 Level 3 Community Services Community Planning...32 Level 3 Community Services Library Services...33 Level 3 Community Services Recreation/Leisure...34 Level 3 Community Services Youth/Family Services...35 Level 3 Corporate Services Administration...36 Level 3 Corporate Services Communications/Marketing...37 Level 3 Corporate Services Corporate Planning...38 Level 3 Corporate Services Customer Service...39 Level 3 Corporate Services Finance...40 Level 3 Corporate Services Governance...41 Level 3 Corporate Services Human Resources/ Organisational Development...42 Level 3 Corporate Services Information Technology...43 Level 3 Corporate Services Legal...44 Level 3 Corporate Services Rates/Revenue...45 Level 3 Corporate Services Records Management...46 Level 3 Corporate Services Risk Management...47 Level 3 Corporate Services Strategic Policy...48 Level 3 Corporate Services Valuations/Property...49 Level 3 Engineering Services Assets...50 Level 3 Engineering Services Building/Property Services...51 Level 3 Engineering Services Capital Works...52 Level 3 Engineering Services City Services/Operations...53 Level 3 Engineering Services Engineering General...54 Level 3 Engineering Services Engineering Design...55 Level 3 Engineering Services Environment/Sustainability...56 Level 3 Engineering Services Infrastructure...57 Level 3 Engineering Services Parks and Reserves...58 Level 3 Engineering Services Project Management...59 Level 3 Engineering Services Technical Services...60 Level 3 Engineering Services Waste Management...61 Level 3 Engineering Services Water/Waste Water...62 The 2011/2012 National Remuneration Survey Local Government was produced in partnership with Local Government Managers Australia. Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Building...63 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Business Development...64 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Compliance/Local Laws...65 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Economic Development...66 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Health...67 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Planning...68 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Tourism...69 Level 4 Level 4 Community Services Aged and Disability...70 Level 4 Community Services Arts/Culture...71 Level 4 Community Services Community Development...72 Level 4 Community Services Community Planning...73 Level 4 Community Services Library Services...74 Level 4 Community Services Recreation/Leisure...75 Level 4 Community Services Youth/Family Services...76 Level 4 Corporate Services Administration...77 Level 4 Corporate Services Communication/Marketing...78 Level 4 Corporate Services Corporate Planning...79 Level 4 Corporate Services Customer Service...80 Level 4 Corporate Services Finance...81 Level 4 Corporate Services Governance...82 Level 4 Corporate Services Human Resources/ Organisational Development...83 Level 4 Corporate Services Information Technology...84 Level 4 Corporate Services Legal...85 Level 4 Corporate Services Rates/Revenue...86 Level 4 Corporate Services Records Management...87 Level 4 Corporate Services Risk Management...88 Level 4 Corporate Services Strategic Policy...89 Level 4 Corporate Service Valuations/Property...90 Level 4 Engineering Services Assets...91 Level 4 Engineering Services Building/Property Services...92 Level 4 Engineering Services Capital Works...93 Level 4 Engineering Services City Services/Operations...94 Level 4 Engineering Services Engineering General...95 Level 4 Engineering Services Engineering Design...96 Level 4 Engineering Services Environment/Sustainability...97 Level 4 Engineering Services Infrastructure...98 Level 4 Engineering Services Parks and Reserves...99 Level 4 Engineering Services Project Management Level 4 Engineering Services Technical Services Level 4 Engineering Services Waste Management Level 4 Engineering Services Water/Waste Water Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Building Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Business Development Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Compliance/Local Laws Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Economic Development Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Health Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Planning Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Tourism Attachments Participating Councils Glossary Notes Copyright

4 M c Arthur National Remuneration Survey Local Government 2011/12 Introduction by Matthew M c Arthur In association with LGMA National, M c Arthur has again undertaken a review of the remuneration packages being paid to Local Government employees. We are keen to share with you the outcomes of the 2011/2012 National Remuneration Survey for Local Government. This report captures a wide range of significant information which provides invaluable material to Councils wanting to benchmark their current remuneration packages. This year the number of Councils participating has again increased as has the number of positions identified, analysed and presented in a user friendly format. We are proud to again provide the most comprehensive survey of its kind in Australia, covering all positions from Chief Executive Officer/General Manager through to Team Leaders, with 160 Councils participating and nearly 5000 individual positions considered. In line with our ongoing contribution to the sector, participating Councils receive this extensive report on the survey findings free of charge. Participant feedback suggests that this data has assisted Councils to retain and develop top talent in this competitive marketplace and be more proactive in the review of their talent retention strategies. One of these strategies is ensuring that reward and recognition structures are appropriately benchmarked and attractive. The data we have collated will enable detailed and precise analysis of specific jobs within varying sized Councils and within different States, providing critical information for those responsible for ensuring appropriate remuneration levels are identified. In addition to receiving this up to date information M c Arthur consultants are available to provide further more detailed and focused assistance to help you in your decision making. We would like to again thank all who took the time to provide data for the survey and remain confident that you will find the results very useful and beneficial. Regards, Matthew M c Arthur Chief Executive Officer 2 Copyright 2011

5 Remuneration Trends Over the Years The National Remuneration Survey for Local Government has noted the trends emerging within the industry, with this information providing a sound basis for benchmarking decisions by Councils. This year we have again identified significant movements in the remuneration packages paid to Officers in Local Government. While these have often been in line with increases in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) there have been times when this has been exceeded while on other occasions package increases have failed to reach that figure. Accordingly, over the past year the variances by discipline and Council size need to be taken into consideration. The survey illustrates the emerging remuneration trends which incorporate all managerial or senior positions from Level 1 CEO/General Manager to Level 4 Team Leaders. All data in this survey was current as at 30th September Table 1 and Figure 1 represent the average remuneration packages for CEO/General Managers from CEO/General Managers Average Packages by Council Category Council Category Variance 2010/2011 Variance 2008/2011 Regional 287, , , , % 18.99% Regional 268, , , , % 10.74% Medium Large Rural 253, , , , % 9.58% Rural 190, , , , % 14.64% Small Rural 143, , , , % 27.39% Table 1 Level 1 400, , , , , ,000 Regional Regional Medium Large Rural Rural Small Rural 100,000 50, Figure 1 Nationally the CPI figure for December 2010 to December 2011 was 3.1%. Over the same period the overall average increase in packages for CEO/General Managers as identified in the 2011/2012 Survey was 5.3%. When we look at these figures by Council size we note the following. Councils falling within the Medium Large Rural bracket have achieved a massive 10.15% increase while smaller Councils as opposed to last year when they realised an average increase of only 1.7% have averaged an increase in excess of 6%. At the other end of the scale Large to Metropolitan and have only averaged an increase of less than 2%. When we look at movements over the four year period ( ) we note that the Small achieved the highest increase (27.39%) while the Medium Large realised an increase of only 9.58% Copyright

6 Level 2 Positions Turning to Level 2 positions Directors, Group Managers and Discipline linked General Managers we have some further interesting comparisons. Table 2 and Figure 2 show comparative data for all disciplines over the five year period Job Family Variance 2010/2011 Variance 2007/2011 Engineering Services 142, , , , , % 18.15% Community Services 141, , , , ,917 (0.40%) 17.67% Corporate Services 140, , , , , % 16.46% Regulatory/Statutory Services 138, , , , , % 20.89% Table 2 Level 2 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 Figure Engineering Services Community Services Corporate Services Regulatory Services Overall, positions at this level and within these disciplines experienced an average increase of just 2.5% over the past 12 months a sharp variation to the average increase of nearly 12% achieved in If we look at the variances over a five year period ( ) we note the significant increase in Regulatory Services of 21% with Engineering and Community Services realising a movement of approximately 18%. In the following pages we will identify the comparative changes across disciplines at Level 2. 4 Copyright 2011

7 Level 2 Community Services Comparisons When we look at individual disciplines the following picture emerges. Table 3 considers Community Services positions and shows an average increase of 5.57% in those Councils categorised as while in a decrease in the average Total Remuneration Package (TRP) of 1.79% was experienced. The biggest winners this year were the Small with an average increase of 9.12%. The overall average variance by Council Category ( ) was 3.8%. Comparative Movement in TRP by Council Category % Variance 210, , % Large Metro/ 203, ,659 (1.79%) Medium Metro/Large 175, , % Small Metro/ 142, , % Small 115, , % Table 3 Figure 3 below shows the average TRP for Level 2 Community Services over a five year period. Over this period the average TRP across all Councils increased by 17.67%. However, over the past 12 months when considering all Level 2 positions within Community Services there was an average decrease of 0.4% as shown below. Level 2 Community Services 170, , , , , , , , , ,000 Figure 3 141, , , , , Copyright

8 Level 2 Corporate Services Comparisons The overall average variance when applied to Level 2 Corporate Services Positions was 5.8% but when viewed within Council Categories the following picture emerges. Comparative Movement in TRP by Council Category % Variance 220, , % Large Metro/ 190, , % Medium Metro/Large 161, , % Small Metro/ 151, , % Small 121, , % Table 4 From Table 4 we can see that Medium Large achieved the greatest increase (12.77%), with Small Metropolitan / realising an increase of less than 2% Figure 4 below shows the average TRP for Level 2 Corporate Services over a five year period. Over this period the average TRP across all Councils increased by 16.46%. Level 2 Corporate Services 170, , , , , , , , , , ,000 Figure 4 140, , , , , Copyright 2011

9 Level 2 Engineering Services Comparisons Moving to Engineering Services (Table 5), we observe a more consistent move across Council size with an average increase of 3.56% and a range from 2.2% to 4.99%. Comparative Movement in TRP by Council Category % Variance 225, , % Large Metro/ 201, , % Medium Metro/Large 190, , % Small Metro/ 155, , % Small 130, , % Table 5 Figure 5 shows the Average TRP for Level 2 Engineering Services over a five year period. Over this period the average TRP across all Councils increased by 18.15%. However in the current survey period when considering all Level 2 positions within Engineering Services there was an average increase of 1.84% as shown below. Level 2 Engineering Services 170, , , , , , , , , ,000 Figure 5 142, , , , , Copyright

10 Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services Comparisons Finally we observe (Table 6) that within the Regulatory/Statutory Services grouping a significant increase in packages of 10.78% within Medium Large while Small saw a decrease in TRP of 0.51%. The overall average increase for Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory positions was 4.1%. Comparative Movement in TRP by Council Category % Variance 212, , % Large Metro/ 197, , % Medium Metro/Large 171, , % Small Metro/ 148, , % Small 128, ,381 (0.51%) Table 6 Figure 6 shows the average TRP in Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services over a five year period. Over this period the average TRP across all Councils increased by 20.88%. However in the current survey period when considering all Level 2 positions within Regulatory/Statutory Services there was an average increase of 2.62% over the previous year as shown in Figure 6. Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 Figure 6 138, , , , , Copyright 2011

11 Level 3 Positions The following Table shows Level 3 movements in TRP over the past five years. While the Table shows Engineering Services achieved the greatest increase over the past twelve months, across the five year period their increase was relatively low, with Community Services achieving the greatest overall increase over this period. Job Family Variance 2010/2011 Variance 2007/2011 Engineering Services 108, , , , , % 14.86% Community Services 98, , , , , % 17.03% Corporate Services 104, , , , , % 15.38% Regulatory/Statutory Services 102, , , , , % 13.44% Table 7 Level 3 140, , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20,000 0 Figure Engineering Services Community Services Corporate Services Regulatory Services Copyright

12 Level 4 Positions In looking at Level 4 positions typically team leader or similar supervisory roles over the past 12 months we note an increase of just 3% in both Engineering and Regulatory disciplines while Community and Corporate Services experienced a drop in their average TRP. Job Family Variance 2010/2011 Variance 2008/2011 Engineering Services 77,850 85,665 89,745 92, % 18.78% Community Services 78,002 79,026 83,654 82,913 (0.88%) 6.30% Corporate Services 78,912 86,122 91,860 89,657 (2.40%) 13.62% Regulatory/Statutory Services 82,323 83,423 87,643 90, % 9.84% Table 8 Over the past 4 years there has been a significant increase in TRP for the Engineering discipline of 18.78%.Over the same period Community Services has managed to achieve an increase of only 6.3%. Level 4 92,000 90,000 88,000 86,000 84,000 82,000 80,000 78,000 76,000 74,000 72,000 70,000 Figure Engineering Services Community Services Corporate Services Regulatory Services 10 Copyright 2011

13 Gender Statistics Last year we provided information relating to gender balance. In the following table we provide data covering a three year period. This shows a minimal change in the relative spread across discipline or Level. Position Level Total Female Male Total Female Male Total Female Male Level 1 CEO/General Manager (8%) 125 (92%) (9%) 118 (91%) (8%) 142 (92%) Level 2 Director, General Manager, Group Manager (20%) 363 (80%) (21%) 350 (79%) (23%) 454 (77%) Level 3 Manager, Professional 1, (31%) 965 (69%) (34%) 845 (66%) 1, (35%) 1,157 (65%) Level 4 Team Leader, Coordinator 1, (41%) 912 (59%) (43%) 844 (58%) 2, (43%) 1,304 (57%) Total 3,538 1,173 (33%) 2,365 (67%) (35%) 2,157 (65%) 4,798 1,741 (36%) 3,057 (64%) Table 9 The following charts show comparative average TRP by gender across all Job Families and Levels. Engineering Services 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, , , , ,747 83,118 Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 91,086 Community Services 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, , , , ,785 80,553 Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 87,833 Corporate Services 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, , , , ,509 78,095 Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 96,324 Regulatory / Statutory Services 180, , , , ,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 20, , , , ,547 87,039 Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Female N = Male N = Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 95,518 Copyright

14 Chief Executive Officer/General Manager Previous Occupation This year we again sought some indication relating to the previous occupation and/or Job Family of Chief Executive Officers or General Managers. While the overall number of positions considered has increased, the relativities remain fairly constant, showing again that the greatest number promoted within the industry come from the Corporate Service discipline. The following data emerged: Previous Job Family Count Corporate Services 93 Engineering Services 19 Community Services 8 Regulatory/Statutory Services 30 External to Local Government 5 Total Copyright 2011

15 Remuneration Services Need Remuneration Information or Advice? M c Arthur provides a range of services with respect to the provision of remuneration information or advice. Our services include: Providing comparative and up to date remuneration information Reviewing classification structures and developing appropriate frameworks Designing remuneration strategies to enhance attraction and retention of talent Undertaking remuneration surveys for specific roles Profiling positions and benchmarking These services attract a consultancy fee depending on the nature of the enquiry and the resulting time taken to provide the service. Contact Mark O Brien or John Salisbury (03) for further assistance. Additional Copies of the Report Copyright terms do not permit copying or reproducing any part of the National Remuneration Survey without the express permission of M c Arthur. Additional copies of the report can be purchased at a significantly discounted price. Please contact the relevant State Manager as shown on the back cover.

16 Summary Remuneration Data by Job Family and Gender The table below summarises the total remuneration packages by broad job categories and gender, while the tables on the following pages expand this data to include Primary Functions for Levels 3 and 4. Level Job Family Gender Count Average Total Average Total Average Total Package 2011 Package 2010 Package 2009 Level 1 C.E.O/General Manager F 13 $223, , ,567 Level 1 C.E.O/General Manager M 142 $232, , ,970 Total Averages 233, , ,269 Level 2 Community Services F 50 $163, , ,825 Level 2 Community Services M 57 $167, , ,557 Level 2 Corporate Services inc HR F 61 $151, , ,370 Level 2 Corporate Services inc.hr M 135 $167, , ,241 Level 2 Engineering Services F 5 $163, , Level 2 Engineering Services M 150 $168, , ,653 Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services F 19 $153, , ,820 Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services M 112 $167, , ,688 Total Averages 165, , ,907 Level 3 Community Services F 203 $109, , ,851 Level 3 Community Services M 143 $120, , ,346 Level 3 Corporate Services F 274 $107, , ,074 Level 3 Corporate Services M 306 $127, , ,514 Level 3 Engineering Services F 41 $117, , ,279 Level 3 Engineering Services M 436 $122, , ,472 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services F 95 $114, , ,950 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services M 272 $121, , Total Averages 118, , ,503 Level 4 Community Services F 346 $80,553 80,590 74,803 Level 4 Community Services M 120 $87,833 87,109 81,328 Level 4 Corporate Services F 397 $78,095 80,241 73,577 Level 4 Corporate Services M 291 $96,324 95,371 88,042 Level 4 Engineering Services F 85 $83,118 82,015 78,493 Level 4 Engineering Services M 646 $91,086 88,335 83,917 Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services F 152 $87,039 85,132 77,789 Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services M 247 $95,518 92,241 85,064 Total Averages 87,642 86,609 80, Copyright 2011

17 Summary Remuneration Data Tables by Job Family, Gender and Primary Function The tables below show a summary of the Average for each Job Family and Primary Function for levels 3 and 4 and compares these with data from 2009 and Level 3 Community Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Aged & Disability 117, , ,476 Arts/Culture 107, , ,062 Community Development 113, , ,103 Community Planning 119, , ,790 Library Services 115, , ,947 Recreation/Leisure 112, , ,983 Youth/Family Services 116, , ,409 Overall Average 114, , ,110 Level 3 Corporate Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Administration 92, ,747 91,042 Communication/Marketing 124, , ,407 Corporate Planning 124, , ,552 Customer Service 116, , ,627 Finance 116, , ,176 Governance 128, , ,921 Human Resources 119, , ,476 Information Technology 127, , ,301 Legal 167, , ,360 Rates/Revenue 100, ,772 88,224 Records Management 75, ,919 73,404 Risk Management 104, ,146 95,702 Strategic Policy 137, , ,072 Valuations/Property 144, , ,869 Overall Average 120, , ,867 Level 3 Engineering Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Assets 121, , ,866 Building/Property Services 115, , ,174 Capital Works 126, , ,131 City Services/Operations 113, , ,868 Copyright

18 Level 3 Engineering Services (continued) Average Total Primary Function Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Engineering General 121, , ,314 Engineering Design 127, , ,625 Environment/Sustainability 121, , ,041 Infrastructure 122, , ,532 Parks and Reserves 129, , ,983 Project Management 122, , ,137 Technical Services 124, , ,896 Waste Management 133, , ,033 Water/ Waste Water 132, , ,531 Overall Average 124, , ,471 Level 3 Regulatory/Statutory Services Average Total Primary Function Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Building 116, , ,761 Business Development 116, , ,588 Compliance/Local Laws 117, , ,373 Economic Development 122, , ,910 Health 111, , ,701 Planning 128, , ,357 Tourism 97, ,086 94,018 Overall Average 115, , ,387 Level 4 Community Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Aged & Disability 82, ,792 75,222 Arts/Culture 82, ,142 83,608 Community Development 81, ,424 81,831 Community Planning 89, ,567 88,913 Library Services 75, ,329 70,602 Recreation/Leisure 82, ,012 76,257 Youth /Family Services 86, ,309 76,748 Overall Average 82,913 83,654 79,026 Level 4 Corporate Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Administration 70, ,646 68,729 Communications/Marketing 88, ,042 80,716 Corporate Planning 101, , ,185 Customer Service 71, ,189 70,036 Finance 89, ,892 83,106 Governance 90, ,959 78, Copyright 2011

19 Level 4 Corporate Services (continued) Average Total Primary Function Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Human Resources 90, ,914 80,804 Information Technology 92, ,439 83,314 Legal 111, , ,787 Rates/Revenue 78, ,394 74,594 Records Management 76, ,951 69,349 Risk Management 91, ,917 82,938 Strategic Policy 94, , ,673 Valuations/Property 108, , ,667 Overall Average 89,657 91,860 86,120 Level 4 Engineering Services Primary Function Average Total Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Assets 94, ,882 91,007 Building/Property services 89, ,914 83,647 Capital Works 104, ,398 78,187 City Services/Operations 81, ,678 79,741 Engineering General 95, ,909 87,750 Engineering Design 100, ,040 94,420 Environment/Sustainability 89, ,680 78,672 Infrastructure 90, ,833 86,689 Parks and Reserves 80, ,886 74,144 Project Management 108, ,409 94,698 Technical Services 89, ,204 89,391 Waste Management 85, ,496 83,932 Water/ Waste Water 93, ,352 91,365 Overall Average 92,470 89,745 85,665 Level 4 Regulatory/Statutory Services Average Total Primary Function Package 2011 Count Males Females Average Total Package 2010 Average Total Package 2009 Building 94, ,783 87,494 Business Development 86, ,637 92,185 Compliance/Local Laws 85, ,187 75,809 Economic Development 103, ,466 89,547 Health 93, ,978 87,948 Planning 97, ,106 85,909 Tourism 71, ,342 65,069 Overall Average 90,422 87,643 83,423 Copyright

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23 National Remuneration Survey Local Government 2011/2012 Remuneration Survey Figures and Data Summaries

24 Individual Position Summaries Remuneration Data Tables In the following pages we provide information emerging from the survey. For each position title at Level 1, 2, 3 or 4 there are three tables of data. Table 1 The first table shows the various remuneration package items for all incumbents. Table 2 This summarises the total package and the cash component results by State. Table 3 This shows the total package and the cash component results by Category of Council. Councils were grouped into five categories as follows: Category 1 Expenditure Budget greater than $160 million. Category 2 Expenditure Budget between $100 million and $160 million. Category 3 Medium Large Expenditure Budget between $60 million and $100 million Category 4 Expenditure Budget between $30 million and $60 million Category 5 Small Expenditure Budget less than $30 million A list of all Councils participating in this year s survey can be found in the Attachments at the end of the report. The confidentiality of our client s data is paramount to us. For this reason we do not, and will not, disclose any specific information relating to respondent s data. 22 Copyright 2011

25 Level 1 CEO/General Manager Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,873 Motor Vehicle ,000 12,474 16,000 14,324 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,575 2,469 3,216 Professional Development ,018 2,500 5,000 3,370 Rental/Home Assistance ,500 10,000 18,000 16,287 Council Super Contribution ,775 18,945 24,500 20,976 Bonus Paid ,730 20,669 29,634 20,012 Other ,000 4,442 3,906 NSW , , , , , , , ,881 NT , , , , , , , ,946 QLD , , , , , , , ,008 SA , , , , , , , ,382 TAS , , , , , , , ,813 VIC , , , , , , , ,654 WA , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,727 Medium Large , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,319 Small , , , , , , , ,191 Copyright

26 Level 2 Community Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,794 Motor Vehicle ,000 12,000 15,000 13,012 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,500 1,199 Professional Development ,000 1,500 3,500 1,969 Rental/Home Assistance ,500 8,000 14,850 10,108 Council Super Contribution ,054 14,352 17,486 14,969 Bonus Paid ,883 4,750 12,100 8,242 Other ,000 3,216 2,387 NSW , , , , , , , ,339 NT , , , ,018 82,000 96, ,500 98,620 QLD , , , , , , , ,058 SA , , , , , , , ,248 TAS , , , ,094 88,434 91, , ,545 VIC , , , , , , , ,438 WA , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,459 Medium Large , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,559 Small , , , ,902 82,000 98, , , Copyright 2011

27 Level 2 Corporate Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,105 Motor Vehicle ,539 12,000 15,000 12,557 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,850 1,341 Professional Development ,500 3,200 2,322 Rental/Home Assistance ,720 9,672 14,100 9,461 Council Super Contribution ,800 13,395 17,069 14,543 Bonus Paid ,250 4,750 8,556 6,645 Other ,647 2,997 2,652 NSW , , , , , , , ,923 NT , , , , , , , ,913 QLD , , , , , , , ,491 SA , , , , , , , ,330 TAS , , , ,606 94, , , ,258 VIC , , , , , , , ,905 WA , , , ,741 92, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,230 Medium Large , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,557 Small , , , ,599 93, , , ,884 Copyright

28 Level 2 Human Resources/Organisational Development Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,904 Motor Vehicle ,000 10,050 12,982 10,199 Phone/Laptop Professional Development ,000 1,500 1,000 Rental/Home Assistance ,120 14,100 31,626 16,282 Council Super Contribution ,201 14,037 17,723 14,864 Bonus Paid ,810 6,187 32,066 14,021 Other ,000 2,600 4,175 2,592 NSW , , , ,062 80, , , ,438 NT QLD , , , ,502 91, , , ,469 SA TAS VIC , , , , , , , ,036 WA , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,333 Medium Large , , , ,262 96, , , , , , , ,428 87, , , ,246 Small , , , , , , , , Copyright 2011

29 Level 2 Engineering Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,574 Motor Vehicle ,500 12,000 15,600 13,460 Phone/Laptop ,200 2,000 1,621 Professional Development ,000 2,000 4,000 2,471 Rental/Home Assistance ,120 8,060 11,466 8,972 Council Super Contribution ,147 14,419 17,704 15,295 Bonus Paid ,500 5,000 9,920 7,363 Other ,597 3,558 3,136 NSW , , , , , , , ,997 NT , , , , , , , ,801 QLD , , , , , , , ,737 SA , , , ,020 92, , , ,914 TAS , , , ,720 87, , , ,160 VIC , , , , , , , ,088 WA , , , ,382 80, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,731 Medium Large , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,284 Small , , , ,064 91, , , ,203 Copyright

30 Level 2 Regulatory/Statutory Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,376 Motor Vehicle ,550 12,129 15,000 12,954 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,455 1,131 Professional Development ,000 2,400 3,350 2,354 Rental/Home Assistance ,338 10,400 13,500 9,693 Council Super Contribution ,904 14,224 17,359 15,214 Bonus Paid ,300 5,000 20,495 11,051 Other ,150 2,540 2,945 NSW , , , , , , , ,261 NT , , , ,000 QLD , , , , , , , ,449 SA , , , , , , , ,688 TAS , , , ,712 88, , , ,818 VIC , , , , , , , ,307 WA , , , ,721 87, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,719 Medium Large , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,212 Small , , , ,381 86,528 97, ,045 99, Copyright 2011

31 Level 3 Community Services Aged and Disability Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , , ,104 Motor Vehicle ,761 9,000 10,000 8,674 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,927 Professional Development ,000 5,000 2,600 Rental/Home Assistance Council Super Contribution ,375 10,066 11,584 9,975 Bonus Paid , ,366 Other ,776 4,175 2,320 NSW ,442 84, ,874 84,651 54,534 77,648 92,981 75,054 NT , , , ,000 QLD ,558 99, ,742 98,650 58,534 78, ,323 82,928 SA , , ,487 99, , , ,725 TAS ,874 88,276 93,677 88, , ,455 VIC , , , ,314 97, , , ,763 WA , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,242 Medium Large , , , ,190 98, , , , ,636 97, , ,513 72,455 82, ,170 89,543 Small ,336 77, ,106 84,516 56,550 66,740 80,000 69,685 Copyright

32 Level 3 Community Services Arts and Culture Total Remuneration Package ,111 99, , , ,578 85, ,447 90,885 Motor Vehicle ,140 9,342 12,750 10,074 Phone/Laptop Professional Development ,000 7,000 3,250 Rental/Home Assistance , ,756 Council Super Contribution ,761 9,263 11,363 9,608 Bonus Paid ,250 3,670 2,218 Other ,674 4,088 4,845 6,336 NSW , , , ,660 86, , , ,437 NT , , , ,155 QLD , , , ,026 67,860 95, ,240 89,098 SA , , , ,813 TAS ,537 87,116 91,934 81,059 64,922 75,753 81,075 71,034 VIC , , , ,333 84, , , ,362 WA ,179 73,185 98,270 82,016 60,345 66,532 81,128 69, , , , ,832 97, , , , , , , , , , , ,359 Medium Large , , , ,936 75,753 90, ,968 92, ,528 91,894 98,484 89,476 73,578 76,586 85,044 77,089 Small ,863 74,266 81,670 76,684 60,345 67,196 68,547 64, Copyright 2011

33 Level 3 Community Services Community Development Total Remuneration Package , , , , ,372 91, ,068 93,474 Motor Vehicle ,000 9,392 12,250 9,957 Phone/Laptop ,560 1,414 Professional Development ,000 5,000 2,483 Rental/Home Assistance ,000 14,346 16,500 13,966 Council Super Contribution ,868 9,723 11,264 10,209 Bonus Paid ,431 3,969 10,753 6,067 Other ,000 3,589 1,878 NSW , , , ,065 86,384 94, ,626 97,541 NT , , , ,201 80,000 81,596 87,000 82,865 QLD , , , ,885 69,051 90, ,614 92,301 SA , , , ,044 71,000 85, ,063 85,868 TAS ,251 92, ,363 93,880 67,479 73,090 95,521 79,818 VIC , , , ,093 81, , ,646 99,409 WA , , , ,133 84, , ,552 96, , , , , , , , , , , , ,330 88, , , ,768 Medium Large , , , ,489 86, , , , , , , ,267 75,617 87, ,032 88,263 Small ,989 92, ,071 88,735 62,000 75,401 83,056 72,633 Copyright

34 Level 3 Community Services Community Planning Total Remuneration Package , , , , ,096 99, , ,308 Motor Vehicle ,122 9,936 10,939 9,562 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,500 5,000 2,500 Professional Development ,000 2,000 4,000 2,500 Rental/Home Assistance ,736 13,468 18,200 13,468 Council Super Contribution ,448 9,683 11,147 10,260 Bonus Paid ,600 4,362 5,123 4,362 Other ,274 3,148 5,022 3,148 NSW , , , , , , , ,724 NT , , ,807 75,000 98, ,667 QLD , , , ,325 53,585 96, , ,762 SA , , , ,831 61, , , ,528 TAS ,469 77,035 81,365 76,956 63,247 67,288 71,120 67,218 VIC , , , ,473 94, , , ,704 WA , , , ,241 58,032 93, ,828 92, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,447 Medium Large , , , ,742 94, , , , , , , ,546 69,204 93,638 99,208 86,824 Small , , ,335 94,695 59,776 76,548 98,500 77, Copyright 2011

35 Level 3 Community Services Library Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , ,596 93, ,979 96,095 Motor Vehicle ,750 12,000 14,700 12,527 Phone/Laptop Professional Development ,000 1,286 Rental/Home Assistance ,100 16,050 18,000 16,050 Council Super Contribution ,606 9,787 12,547 10,649 Bonus Paid ,500 5,026 6,445 5,455 Other ,762 1,496 NSW , , , ,668 76,023 99, ,380 98,313 NT ,236 95, ,940 95,588 81,294 81,445 81,596 81,445 QLD , , , ,518 82, , , ,494 SA , , , ,282 81,966 90, ,860 94,331 TAS VIC , , , ,483 89,957 96, , ,602 WA ,449 92, , ,107 70,269 80,129 98,518 85, , , , ,602 99, , , , , , , , , , , ,057 Medium Large , , , ,242 92, , , , , , , ,491 80,333 83,845 91,649 85,605 Small ,777 90,316 98,400 85,856 64,000 75,851 81,966 74,019 Copyright

36 Level 3 Community Services Recreation/Leisure Total Remuneration Package , , , , ,572 97, ,940 94,844 Motor Vehicle ,307 10,530 14,000 11,590 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,071 Professional Development ,000 4,000 1,793 Rental/Home Assistance ,215 4,175 9,056 5,343 Council Super Contribution ,200 9,849 11,300 9,947 Bonus Paid ,485 6,127 13,084 7,453 Other ,012 2,806 NSW , , , ,431 65,099 98, ,529 96,862 NT , , , ,000 QLD ,603 84, , ,324 63,038 71, ,000 92,881 SA , , , ,911 97, , , ,298 TAS , , , ,776 57,987 91,616 99,013 81,123 VIC , , , ,690 91, , , ,199 WA ,601 94, , ,433 63,553 74,786 93,000 83, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,253 Medium Large , , , ,589 93, , , , ,407 80, ,024 85,688 64,377 73,768 81,903 74,526 Small ,489 80,037 94,229 83,609 60,000 67,093 71,950 67, Copyright 2011

37 Level 3 Community Services Youth/Family Services Total Remuneration Package , , , , , , ,709 98,377 Motor Vehicle ,100 10,700 12,000 10,973 Phone/Laptop ,000 1,459 Professional Development ,000 5,000 3,056 Rental/Home Assistance Council Super Contribution ,881 10,716 11,968 10,099 Bonus Paid , ,712 Other ,696 1,383 NSW , , , , , , , ,698 NT , , , ,000 QLD ,135 86, ,952 98,467 63,639 68, ,661 80,232 SA , , , ,896 70, , , ,290 TAS ,605 94, ,574 92,619 71,509 82,956 85,407 79,357 VIC , , , ,818 90, , , ,459 WA , , , ,902 80,409 85, ,510 90, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,440 Medium Large , , , , , , , , ,120 97,953 99,904 96,418 78,321 82,667 85,165 81,026 Small ,970 76,586 91,277 83,741 66,151 69,073 74,399 70,441 Copyright

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