Department of Health and Ageing Enterprise Agreement 2011-2014

Attachment D – Transitional arrangements for APS 5 and graduate classifications

Page last updated: 31 October 2011

  1. Staff who immediately before the date of commencement of this Agreement, were at the APS5 and equivalent classifications, will be paid as specified in Table A below. Salary advancement to the next pay point will be in accordance with clause 17 of this Agreement.
  2. Increases to the pay points have been applied in accordance with the following percentages:
    1. On 1 July 2012 the top pay point of the APS5 (and equivalent classifications) will be increased by 4%.
    2. On 1 July 2012 the second and third pay points of the APS5 (and equivalent classifications) will be increased by 2%.
    3. On 1 July 2013 the top pay point of the APS5 (and equivalent classifications) will be increased by 2.5%.
    4. On 1 July 2013 the second and third pay points of the APS5 (and equivalent classifications) will be increased by 2%.

Table A

Classification
Rate before commencement
Rate on commencement
3.5%
1 July 2012
1 July 2013
APS 5
4%
2.5%
$67,479
$69,841
$72,635
$74,451
2%
2%
$65,671
$67,970
$69,329
$70,716
$63,932
$66,170
$67,494
$68,843
Public Affairs
APS 5
$67,479
$69,841
$72,635
$74,451
$65,671
$67,970
$69,329
$70,716
Professional 1
APS 5
$67,479
$69,841
$72,635
$74,451
APS 5
$65,671
$67,970
$69,329
$70,716
  1. Graduate APS salaries have been adjusted in accordance with Table B below

Graduate APS salary structure – commencement salary
Table B

Classification
Adjusted rate
On commencement
1 July 2012
1 July 2013
Graduate APSą
$49,100
$50,819
$52,344
$53,652