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Crown Employees Salaries Award
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Crown Employees Salaries Award
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Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
Crown Employees Salaries Award
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  • 1. CROWN EMPLOYEES (PUBLIC SECTOR - SALARIES 2008) AWARD INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION OF NEW SOUTH WALES FULL BENCH (No. IRC 1242 of 2011)Before The Honourable Justice Boland, President 10 August 2011The Honourable Justice BackmanCommissioner Tabbaa VARIATION 1. Under the heading Part A, Arrangement of the award made 16 October 2008 (367 IG 1580) and subsequently varied, delete Clause no. 9 Leave Reserved and renumber Clause 10 as Clause 9. 2. In Clause 3 Salaries, insert at the end of subclause 3 (iii) (c) the word “and”. 3. In Clause 3 Salaries, insert in subclause 3 (iii) a new subclause 3 (iii) (d) as follows: “a further 2.5% to salaries paid under paragraph (c) of this subclause, payable with effect from the first full pay period to commence on or after 1 July 2011.” 4. Delete Clause 9 Leave Reserved and renumber Clause 10 as Clause 9. 5. Delete Schedule A List of Awards, Agreements and Determinations of Part A and insert in lieu thereof the following: SCHEDULE A LIST OF AWARDS, AGREEMENTS AND DETERMINATIONSThe wages, salaries and relevant allowances under this Award are payable to employees appointed to orperforming the duties of any of the positions covered by the following Awards, Agreements andDeterminations Awards:Crown Employees (Administrative and Clerical Officers - Salaries) Award 2007Crown Employees (Aboriginal Housing Office) Award 2007Crown Employees Ageing, Disability and Home Care – Department of Human Services NSW (CommunityLiving Award) 2010Crown Employees Casino Control Authority - Casino Inspectors (Transferred from the Department of Gamingand Racing) Award 2007Crown Employees (Correctional Officers, Department of Corrective Services) AwardCrown Employees (Correctional Officers, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2007 for Kempsey,Dillwynia and Wellington Correctional Centres -1-
  • 2. Crown Employees (Department of Commerce) Award 2008Crown Employees (Department of Environment and Climate Change) General AwardCrown Employees (Department of Environment and Climate Change - Parks and Wildlife Group) Conditionsof Employment AwardCrown Employees (Department of Human Services (Juvenile Justice) 38 Hour Week Operational Staff 2010) -AwardCrown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Catering Officers) AwardCrown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Centre Managers) Award 2008Crown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Program Officers) AwardCrown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Services Officers) AwardCrown Employees (Exhibition Project Managers and Officers) Australian Museum Award 2007Crown Employees (General Assistants in Schools - Department of Education and Training) AwardCrown Employees (General Managers, Superintendents, Managers Security and Deputy Superintendents,Department of Corrective Services) Award 2009Crown Employees (General Staff - Salaries) Award 2007Crown Employees Historic Houses Trust (Gardens - Horticulture and Trades Staff) Award 2007Crown Employees (Home Care Service of New South Wales - Administrative Staff) Award 2007Crown Employees (Interpreters and Translators, Community Relations Commission) AwardCrown Employees (Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust Division) Salaries AwardCrown Employees - Legal Officers (Crown Solicitor’s Office, Office of the Legal Aid Commission, Office ofthe Director of Public Prosecutions and Parliamentary Counsels Office) AwardCrown Employees (Librarians, Library Assistants, Library Technicians and Archivists) Award 2008Crown Employees (Lord Howe Island Board Salaries and Conditions 2009) AwardCrown Employees (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences - Casual Guide Lecturers) Award 2007Crown Employees (NSW Attorney General’s Department - Reporting Services Branch) Sound ReportersAward 2007Crown Employees (New South Wales Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care) Residential CentreSupport Services Staff AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Services, Technology and Administration, Government ChiefInformation Office) Award 2009Crown Employees (NSW Department of Community Services) After Hours Service AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Lands - Departmental Officers) AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Lands - Graphic Service Operators) Award -2-
  • 3. Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Domestic Services Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Fisheries Staff AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries - Forests NSW) Forestry Field Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries - Forests NSW) Senior Staff AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Geoscientists AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Land Information Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Local Coordinator Allowance AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Mine Safety and Environment Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Operational Staff AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Professional Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Regulatory Officers AwardCrown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Technical Staff AwardCrown Employees (NSW Police Force Administrative Officers and Temporary Employees) Award 2009Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Communications Officers) AwardCrown Employees (NSW Police Force Special Constables) (Police Band) AwardCrown Employees (NSW Police Force Special Constables) (Security) AwardCrown Employees (NSW TAFE Commission - Administrative and Support Staff Conditions of Employment)Award 2009Crown Employees (Office of the NSW Food Authority - Food Safety Officers) AwardCrown Employees (Office of the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority) Award 2007Crown Employees (Office of the WorkCover Authority - Inspectors 2007) AwardCrown Employees (Parks and Gardens - Horticulture and Rangers Staff) Award 2007Crown Employees (Parliamentary Electorate Officers) AwardCrown Employees (Parliament House Conditions of Employment) Award 2010Crown Employees (Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Music Therapists)AwardCrown Employees (Planning Officers) Award 2008Crown Employees (Psychologists) AwardCrown Employees (Public Service Conditions of Employment) Award 2009Crown Employees (Research Scientists) Award 2007Crown Employees (Rural Fire Service 2009) Award -3-
  • 4. Crown Employees (School Administrative and Support Staff) AwardCrown Employees (Senior Assistant Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents, Department of CorrectiveServices) Award 2009Crown Employees (Senior Officers Salaries) Award 2007Crown Employees (Sheriff’s Officers) Award 2007Crown Employees (State Emergency Service Communication Centre - Continuous Shift Workers) Award 2009Crown Employees (State Emergency Service) Learning and Development Officers Award 2007Crown Employees (State Emergency Service) Region Controllers Award 2008Crown Employees (State Library Security Staff) Award 2007Crown Employees (Technical Officers - Treasury) Award 2007Crown Employees (Tipstaves to Justices) Award 2007Crown Employees (Trades Assistants) AwardZoological Parks Board of New South Wales Salaried Employees Award Agreements and Determinations:Architects etc. Agreement No. 1733 of 1971Artists, etc., Australian Museum; Designers and Senior Designer, National Parks & Wildlife Service; Artist,Chief, Exhibitions Department and Keeper of Exhibits, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences Agreement No.2196 of 1975Bandmaster, Department of Corrective Services, Determination No. 936 of 2004Cadet Conditions and Rates of Pay, Various Departments Determination No. 938 of 2004Cartographers, Engineering Survey Drafting Officers, Survey Drafting Officers, Photogrammetrists, ComputersAll Departments Agreement No. 2439 of 1982Casual Drug Counsellors - Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 935 of 2004Community Offender Support Program Centres, Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 965 of2008Computer Operators - Salaries - Public Service Board Determination No. 642 of 1981 and DeterminationNo.801 of 1983Computer Systems Officers -TAFE - Public Service Board DeterminationConditions of Service for Case Workers, Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre (ADTCC),Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 968 of 2010Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Offender External Leave Program, Department ofCorrective Services. Determination No. 966 of 2009Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Tabulam, Department of Corrective Services.Determination No. 964 of 2008 -4-
  • 5. Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Yetta Dhinnakkal Centre, Department of CorrectiveServices. Determination No. 969 of 2011Conditions of Service Team Leader and Bail Coordinator, Bail Assistance Line, Juvenile Justice, Departmentof Human Services. Determination No. 967 of 2010Conservators, Cultural Institutions Agreement No. 2504 of 1987Co-ordinators and Directors, Community Justice Centres, Department of the Attorney General DeterminationNo. 808 of 1983Coordinator, Visual Arts, Long Bay Correctional Complex - Department of Corrective Services DeterminationNo. 929 of 2002Curators and Registrars Cultural Institutions Agreement No. 2508 of 1987Dental Auxiliaries (TAFE) - Public Service Board Advice 77/4514 of 14.7.82Departmental Professional Officers Determination No. 866 of 1987Department of Transport Officers Employment Conditions Agreement No. 2548 of 1998Education Officers, etc., Department of Culture, Sport and Recreation, Public Service Board Determination No.473 of 1975Education Officer Department of Training and Education Co-ordination Determination No. 912 of 1996Engineers Agreement No. 1734 of 1971Escorts and Travelling Attendants Agreement No. 2270 of 1980Gardening, Parks and Horticultural and Landscape Staff Amending Agreement No. 2320 of 1982; Gardening,Parks and Horticultural and Landscape Staff Agreement No. 2266 of 1980; Determination No. 767 of 1982General Division Driver/Assistant etc Various Departments Agreement No. 2478 of 1985General Division (Trade Based Groups) Agreement No. 2301 of 1980; Amending Agreement No. 2317 of1981; Determination No. 764 of 1982Glenfield Park School Staff, Department of Education, Determination No. 787 of 1983Guidance Officer, Department of Industrial Relations; Research Officers, Division of Vocational GuidanceServices, Department of Industrial Relations, Department of Corrective Services, Department of Family andCommunity Services, Department of Health NSW; Research Officers (Non-Legally Qualified) Law ReformCommission, Department of Attorney General; Psychologists, Department of Health NSW, Department ofCorrective Services, Department of Family and Community Services; Research Anthropologists, Department ofHealth NSW; Rehabilitation Counsellor Workers Compensation Commission Agreement No. 2405 of 1982;Amending Agreement No. 2520 of 1989Interpretive Assistants, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Industrial Authority DeterminationLaboratory Attendants, Trainee Technical Officers (Scientific), Technical Officers (Scientific) and SeniorTechnical Officer (Scientific), Various Departments Agreement No. 2369 of 1982Legal Officers, Various Departments Agreement No. 2375 of 1982Maintenance Officer State Library of NSW, Determination No 939 of 2004 -5-
  • 6. Media Monitoring Unit, Premier’s Department Agreement No. 2546 of 1997Ministerial Drivers’ Salaries and Conditions - New South Wales Premier’s Department Determination No. 953of 2007Miscellaneous Professional Officers, Department of Water Resources Agreement No. 2535 of 1991Parliament House, Administrative and Clerical Officers, Determinations of the Presiding OfficersParliament House, Other Clerical Officers, Determinations of the Presiding OfficersParliamentary Attendant Staff, Determinations of the Presiding OfficersParliamentary Staff (Security Officers, Attendants/Gatekeepers, Joint Services Staff, Food and Beverages Staff)Agreement No. 2379 of 1981, Agreement No. 2381 of 1981, Agreement No. 2382 of 1981Parole Officers, Department of Corrective Services Industrial Authority DeterminationPetty Sessions Officers - Local Courts Administration Determination No. 741 of 1982Pharmacists Agreement No. 2441 of 1982Pilots Forestry Commission Determination No. 843 of 1985Psychologists, Community Offender Services, Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 963 of2008Publicity Officers and Public Relations Officers Agreement No. 2126 of 1975Scientific Officers Various Departments Agreement No. 2433 of 1982Security Officers and Senior Security Officers, Various Departments Determination No. 768 of 1982Social Workers, Various Departments Agreement No. 2374 of 1982Stores Officers Various Departments; Agreement No. 2038 of 1973; Determination 534 of 1978; Determination747 of 1982Student Association Officer, Department of Technical and Further Education Determination No. 5 of 2001Surveyors, Trigonometrical Surveyors and Cartographic Surveyors, Various Departments Agreement No. 2449of 1982Technical Officers (Engineering) Determination No. 803 of 1983Technical Surveyors, All Departments Agreement No. 2494 of 1986Technician (Security Services), Department of Education and Training, Public Service Board Determinationdated 4 February 1988Timekeepers and/or Storekeepers, Various Departments (other than State Dockyards) Salaries Agreement No.2418 of 1982Tracers, Various Departments, Agreement No.2192 of 1975Visual Aids Officers Agreement No.1810 of 1971 -6-
  • 7. 6. Amend the table headed “Common Salary Points” in Schedule B of Part A by adding the column headed 1.7.11 in the following table: COMMON SALARY POINTS 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Common Salary Point: 1 21,183 21,713 2 22,604 23,169 3 23,795 24,390 4 25,229 25,860 5 26,830 27,501 6 28,630 29,346 7 30,432 31,193 8 32,518 33,331 9 34,483 35,345 10 36,473 37,385 11 36,809 37,729 12 37,136 38,064 13 37,508 38,446 14 37,899 38,846 15 38,256 39,212 16 38,696 39,663 17 39,670 40,662 18 40,061 41,063 19 40,410 41,420 20 40,752 41,771 21 41,142 42,171 22 41,525 42,563 23 42,477 43,539 24 42,895 43,967 25 43,248 44,329 26 43,598 44,688 27 43,949 45,048 28 44,320 45,428 29 44,777 45,896 30 45,159 46,288 31 45,519 46,657 32 45,959 47,108 33 46,332 47,490 34 46,767 47,936 35 47,145 48,324 -7-
  • 8. 36 47,625 48,81637 48,080 49,28238 48,481 49,69339 48,980 50,20540 49,384 50,61941 49,940 51,18942 50,332 51,59043 50,831 52,10244 51,209 52,48945 51,707 53,00046 52,104 53,40747 52,651 53,96748 53,089 54,41649 53,636 54,97750 54,155 55,50951 54,576 55,94052 55,131 56,50953 55,603 56,99354 56,089 57,49155 56,644 58,06056 57,175 58,60457 57,679 59,12158 58,249 59,70559 58,858 60,32960 59,404 60,88961 60,005 61,50562 60,571 62,08563 61,282 62,81464 61,878 63,42565 62,399 63,95966 63,136 64,71467 63,781 65,37668 64,249 65,85569 64,985 66,61070 65,626 67,26771 66,282 67,93972 66,848 68,51973 67,539 69,22774 68,075 69,77775 68,761 70,48076 69,518 71,25677 70,113 71,86678 70,929 72,70279 71,497 73,28480 72,273 74,080 -8-
  • 9. 81 72,922 74,74582 73,709 75,55283 74,429 76,29084 75,084 76,96185 75,870 77,76786 76,548 78,46287 77,372 79,30688 78,142 80,09690 78,929 80,90290 79,710 81,70391 80,479 82,49192 81,224 83,25593 82,077 84,12994 82,959 85,03395 83,832 85,92896 84,711 86,82997 85,562 87,70198 86,498 88,66099 87,328 89,511100 88,220 90,426101 89,076 91,303102 89,930 92,178103 90,757 93,026104 91,580 93,870105 92,513 94,826106 93,450 95,786107 94,382 96,742108 95,319 97,702109 96,266 98,673110 97,210 99,640111 98,159 100,613112 99,116 101,594113 100,070 102,572114 101,024 103,550115 102,024 104,575116 103,026 105,602117 104,050 106,651118 105,083 107,710119 106,236 108,892120 107,394 110,079121 108,317 111,025122 109,234 111,965123 110,451 113,212124 111,665 114,457125 112,896 115,718 -9-
  • 10. 126 114,121 116,974 127 115,317 118,200 128 116,526 119,439 129 117,834 120,780 130 119,149 122,128 7. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees Ageing, Disability and Home Care – Department of Human Services NSW (Community Living Award) 2010” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed Crown Employees (Administrative and Clerical Officers - Salaries) Award 2007: Crown Employees Ageing, Disability and Home Care – Department of Human Services NSW (Community Living Award) 2010Classification and Grades 1.7.11 Per annum 2.5% $Disability Support WorkerYear 1 45,319Year 2 46,116Year 3 47,324Year 4 48,244Year 5 49,155Year 6 50,508Year 7 51,385Year 8 52,291Year 9 54,041Year 10 55,798Team Leader - One UnitYear 1 80,096Year 2 81,703Team Leader - Two UnitsYear 1 82,491Year 2 84,129Community Support WorkerYear 1 45,319Year 2 46,116Year 3 47,324Year 4 48,244Year 5 49,155Community WorkerYear 1 49,155Year 2 50,508Year 3 52,291Year 4 55,320 - 10 -
  • 11. Year 5 57,893Year 6 60,789Year 7 64,002Year 8 67,080Community ConsultantYear 1 64,715Year 2 67,940Year 3 70,480Year 4 73,283Year 5 76,961 Transitional Arrangements for Residential Support Workers Level 2 with 12 months or more service at their current rate of pay who were prevented from further annual increments due to qualification requirements under previous Award provisions.Classification and Grades 1.7.11 Per annum 2.5% $Residential Support Worker Level 2Year 1 48,244Year 2 49,155Year 3 50,508Year 4 51,385Year 5 52,291Year 6 54,041Disability Support WorkerYear 5 49,155Year 6 50,508Year 7 51,385Year 8 52,291Year 9 54,041Year 10 55,798 Allowances - 1.7.11 Per annum 2.5% (i) An officer who is required by the Department to accompany clients on excursions, etc, which necessitate overnight stays shall be paid an allowance equivalent to eight hours at ordinary rates for each overnight stay (ii) An officer who is nominated to supervise a team in a community based service, other than in a residential setting, shall be paid a Team Leader Allowance as follows No of staff Supervised 5 to 10 3,483 No of staff Supervised 11 to 25 5,816 No of staff Supervised 26 to 40 8,151 No of staff Supervised 40 + 9,300 - 11 -
  • 12. 8. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Department of Human Services (Juvenile Justice) - 38 Hour Week Operational Staff 2010) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed Crown Employees (Department of Environment and Climate Change – Parks and Wildlife Group) Conditions of Employment Award: Crown Employees (Department of Human Services (Juvenile Justice) - 38 Hour Week Operational Staff 2010) AwardClassification and Grades A & C Grade 1.7.11 Equivalent Per annum 2.5% $Unqualified Youth Officer - Level 1 GS Year 10 50,620Youth OfficerLevel 2Year 1 Min 1 53,407Year 2 Max 1 54,977Year 3 Min 2 56,509Level 3Year 1 Max 2 58,060Shift Supervisor/Assistant Unit Manager - Level 4Year 1 Min 4 63,425Year 2 Max 4 65,376Year 3 Min 5 70,480Year 4 Max 5 72,702Unit Manager - Level 5Year 1 Min 6 75,552Year 2 Max 6 36,767Year 3 Min 7 80,096Year 4 Max 7 82,491Assistant Manager - Level 6Year 1 Min 8 85,928Year 2 Max 8 88,660Year 3 Min 9 91,303Year 4 Max 9 93,870Centre Manager - Level 7Year 1 Min 10 97,702Year 2 Max 10 100,613Centre Manager - Level 8Year 1 Min 11 105,602Year 2 Max 11 110,079Centre Manager - Level 9 - 12 -
  • 13. Year 1 Min 12 116,974Year 2 Max 12 122,128Vocational Instructor (Trade, Maintenance, Grounds)Level 1, Year 1 - 50,620Level 2Year 1 - 53,407Year 2 - 54,977Year 3 - 56,509Year 4 - 58,060Kitchen Support Officer and Vocational Instructor(Cook)Level 1Year 1 - 41,771Year 2 - 43,539Level 2Year 1 - 53,407Year 2 - 54,977Year 3 - 56,509Year 4 - 58,060Logistics OfficerLevel 4Year 1 - 70,480Year 2 - 72,702Level 5Year 3 - 75,552Year 4 - 77,767Court Supervisor - Level 4Year 1 Min 4 63,425Year 2 Max 4 65,376Year 3 Min 5 70,480Year 4 Max 5 72,702Drug Detection Security and Intelligence OfficerLevel 2Year 1 Min 1 53,407Year 2 Max 1 54,977Year 3 Min 2 56,509Level 3 Max 2 58,060AllowancesChokage Allowance (per day) 4.28Uniform Allowance (per week) 4.44Trade Allowance (per annum) 1,620.00Supervisory Allowance (per week) 44.39Allocated Youth Officer Additional Responsibilities 1.15Allowance (per hour) - 13 -
  • 14. 9. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (General Managers, Superintendents, Managers Security and Deputy Superintendents, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2009” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (General Assistants in Schools - Department of Education and Training) Award”: Crown Employees (General Managers, Superintendents, Managers Security and Deputy Superintendents, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2009 Rank Annualised Salary from the first full pay period on or after 1.7.11 2.50% $General Manager 163,623Superintendent 150,136Manager Security 138,038Deputy Superintendent 128,595 10. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Interpreters and Translators, Community Relations Commission) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Home Care Service of New South Wales - Administrative Staff) Award 2007”: Crown Employees (Interpreters and Translators, Community Relations Commission) Award Table 1 - Rates of PayClassification and Grades Common 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Point 2.5% $Interpreting/Translating OfficerYear 1 49 54,977Year 2 56 58,604Year 3 63 62,814Interpreter/TranslatorYear 1 56 58,604Year 2 63 62,814Year 3 70 67,267Year 4 76 71,256Year 5 81 74,745 - 14 -
  • 15. Senior Interpreter/TranslatorYear 1 84 76,961Year 2 87 79,306Year 3 91 82,491 Table 2 - Casual Rates of PayCasual Interpreter 1.7.11Year 1Base Hourly Rate (Unloaded) 32.08Hourly Rate (Base + 20% + 34.5%) 49.57Base Overtime Rate (Base + 34.5%) 43.15Year 2Base Hourly Rate (Unloaded) 34.40Hourly Rate (Base + 20% + 34.5%) 53.15Base Overtime Rate (Base + 34.5%) 46.27Year 3Base Hourly Rate (Unloaded) 36.83Hourly Rate (Base + 20% + 34.5%) 56.90Base Overtime Rate (Base + 34.5%) 49.54Year 4Base Hourly Rate (Unloaded) 39.01Hourly Rate (Base + 20% + 34.5%) 60.28Base Overtime Rate (Base + 34.5%) 52.48Year 5Base Hourly Rate (Unloaded) 40.92Hourly Rate (Base + 20% + 34.5%) 63.22Base Overtime Rate (Base + 34.5%) 55.03Casual TranslatorYear 1Standard Document Translation 24.78Non Standard Document TranslationFirst 200 words or part thereof 49.57Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 24.78EditingFirst 200 words or part thereof 37.18Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 18.59Proof ReadingFirst 200 words or part thereof 24.78Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 12.39CheckingFirst 200 words or part thereof 37.18Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 18.59 - 15 -
  • 16. Year 2Standard Document Translation 26.58Non Standard Document TranslationFirst 200 words or part thereof 53.15Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 26.58EditingFirst 200 words or part thereof 39.86Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 19.93Proof ReadingFirst 200 words or part thereof 26.58Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 13.28CheckingFirst 200 words or part thereof 39.86Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 19.93Year 3Standard Document Translation 28.45Non Standard Document TranslationFirst 200 words or part thereof 56.90Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 28.45EditingFirst 200 words or part thereof 42.67Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 21.34Proof ReadingFirst 200 words or part thereof 28.45Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 14.23CheckingFirst 200 words or part thereof 42.67Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 21.34Year 4Standard Document Translation 30.15Non Standard Document TranslationFirst 200 words or part thereof 60.28Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 30.15EditingFirst 200 words or part thereof 45.21Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 22.60Proof ReadingFirst 200 words or part thereof 30.15Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 15.07CheckingFirst 200 words or part thereof 45.21Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 22.60Year 5 - 16 -
  • 17. Standard Document Translation 31.64Non Standard Document TranslationFirst 200 words or part thereof 63.21Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 31.64EditingFirst 200 words or part thereof 47.43Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 23.71Proof ReadingFirst 200 words or part thereof 31.64Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 15.81CheckingFirst 200 words or part thereof 47.43Then 100 words thereafter or part thereof 23.71 11. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Librarians, Library Assistants, Library Technicians and Archivists) Award 2008” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees - Legal Officers (Crown Solicitors Office, Office of Legal Aid Commission, Office of Director of Public Prosecutions and Parliamentary Counsels Office) Award”: Crown Employees (Librarians, Library Assistants, Library Technicians and Archivists) Award 2008 Common 1.7.11Classification and Grades Salary Per annum Point 2.5% $Librarians and ArchivistsGrade 1Year 1 46 53,407Year 2 52 56,509Year 3 58 59,705Year 4 64 63,425Year 5 69 66,610Year 6 74 69,777Grade 2Year 1 78 72,702Year 2 82 75,552Year 3 87 79,306Year 4 91 82,491Grade 3Year 1 96 86,829Year 2 99 89,511Year 3 103 93,026Year 4 107 96,742 - 17 -
  • 18. Grade 4Year 1 110 99,640Year 2 113 102,572Year 3 116 105,602Year 4 119 108,892Grade 5Year 1 122 111,965Year 2 125 115,718Year 3 128 119,439Year 4 - 123,491Library AssistantYear 1 20 41,771Year 2 25 44,329Year 3 32 47,108Year 4 40 50,619Year 5 44 52,489Library TechnicianGrade 1Year 1 46 53,407Year 2 52 56,509Year 3 58 59,705Year 4 64 63,425Grade 2Year 1 75 70,480Year 2 78 72,702Year 3 82 75,552Year 4 87 79,306 12. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Lord Howe Island Board Salaries and Conditions 2009) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Librarians, Library Assistants, Library Technicians and Archivists) Award 2005”: Crown Employees (Lord Howe Island Board Salaries and Conditions 2009) Award 1.7.11 Per annum 2.5%Classification Grade Year $LHI Officer 1 1 45,353 2 47,376 3 48,547LHI Officer 2 1 49,840 2 50,335 3 52,513LHI Officer 3 1 53,394 2 54,897 3 56,712 - 18 -
  • 19. LHI Officer 4 1 58,361 2 61,133 3 63,472LHI Officer 5 1 64,822 2 66,674 3 70,542LHI Officer 5A 1 70,543 2 72,612 3 81,445 4 84,739 5 87,356 6 90,254LHI Officer 6 1 72,612 2 81,445 3 84,739LHI Officer 7 1 87,356 2 90,254 3 96,023LHI Officer 8 1 98,810 2 103,589 3 107,880LHI Senior 1 1 119,257Officer 2 124,411 13. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (NSW Department of Services, Technology and Administration, Government Chief Information Office) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (New South Wales Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care) Residential Centre Support Services Staff Award”: Crown Employees (NSW Department of Services, Technology and Administration, Government Chief Information Office) Award 2009 Classifications and Grades Common 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Point 2.5% $General Scale Year 1 7 31,193 Year 2 11 37,729 Year 3 17 40,662 Year 4 20 41,771 Year 5 23 43,539 Year 6 25 44,329 Year 7 28 45,428 Year 8 32 47,108 Year 9 36 48,816 Year 10 40 50,619Grade 1-2 Year 1 46 53,407 Year 2 49 54,977 Year 3 52 56,509 Year 4 55 58,060Grade 3-4 Year 1 58 59,705 - 19 -
  • 20. Year 2 61 61,505 Year 3 64 63,425 Year 4 67 65,376Grade 5-6 Year 1 75 70,480 Year 2 78 72,702 Year 3 82 75,552 Year 4 85 77,767Grade 7-8 Year 1 88 80,096 Year 2 91 82,491 Year 3 95 85,928 Year 4 98 88,660Grade 9-10 Year 1 101 91,303 Year 2 104 93,870 Year 3 108 97,702 Year 4 111 100,613Grade 11 Year 1 116 105,602 Year 2 120 110,079Grade 12 Year 1 126 116,974 Year 2 130 122,128Senior Officer Grade 1 Year 1 - 136,651 Year 2 - 147,245Senior Officer Grade 2 Year 1 - 149,737 Year 2 - 160,294Senior Officer Grade 3 Year 1 - 165,658 Year 2 - 181,844 14. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Administrative Officers and Temporary Employees) Award 2009” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Technical Staff Award”: Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Administrative Officers and Temporary Employees) Award 2009Administrative Officer and Temporary Employee Classifications Classification and Grades 1.7.11Armourer, Police1st year of service 62,8142nd year of service 63,9593rd year of service 65,3764th year of service and thereafter 66,610Senior Armourer, Police1st year of service 69,7772nd year of service 71,256 - 20 -
  • 21. 3rd year of service and thereafter 73,284Administrative and Clerical Clerks GeneralScaleClerks General Scale step 1 25,860Clerks General Scale step 2 29,346Clerks General Scale step 3 31,193- 1st year of service or 18 yearsClerks General Scale step 4 35,345Minimum for:- employee with Business AdministrationCertificate III, Government Certificate III orequivalent at 18 years of age- employee with Higher School CertificateQualification at 19 years of ageClerks General Scale step 5 37,729Minimum for:- employee qualified at Business AdministrationCertificate III, Government Certificate III orequivalent and is qualified at HSC standard at17 years of age- employee 20 years of ageClerks General Scale step 6 40,662Minimum for employee 21 years of ageClerks General Scale step 7 41,771Clerks General Scale step 8 43,539Clerks General Scale step 9 44,329Clerks General Scale step 10 45,428Clerks General Scale step 11 47,108Clerks General Scale step 12 48,816Clerks General Scale step 13 50,619 thProvided that officers who on 6 December 1979 were 52,784on 14th year of General Scale and paid a personalallowance of $417.00 p.a. in terms of Circular No. 202 of1979 shall be paid by way of allowance above step 13 ofthe General ScaleGrade 11st year of service 53,407Thereafter 54,977Grade 21st year of service 56,509Thereafter 58,060Grade 31st year of service 59,705Thereafter 61,505 - 21 -
  • 22. Grade 41st year of service 63,425Thereafter 65,376Grade 51st year of service 70,480Thereafter 72,702Grade 61st year of service 75,552Thereafter 77,767Grade 71st year of service 80,096Thereafter 82,491Grade 81st year of service 85,928Thereafter 88,660Grade 91st year of service 91,303Thereafter 93,870Grade 101st year of service 97,702Thereafter 100,613Grade 111st year of service 105,602Thereafter 110,079Grade 121st year of service 116,974Thereafter 122,128Bar Manager, Police College1st year of service 53,000Thereafter 53,967Building Manager (Sydney Police Centre)1st year of service 67,2672nd year of service 67,939PT Building Manager Allowance 1,229Clerical Officer - translated to Administrativeand Clerical Clerks classification - seeTable 2 of the awardClinical Pharmacologist 132,588Computer Systems Officer (CSO)CSO Level 1 - Non GraduateYear 1A 31,193Year 1B 37,729 - 22 -
  • 23. Year 1C 40,662Year 1D 41,771Year 1E 43,539Year 1F 44,329Year 2 47,108Year 3 54,977Year 4 58,060CSO Level 1 - GraduateYear 1A (Any degree) 47,108Year 1B (Degree - Computer 48,816Sciences)Year 2 65,376Year 3 72,702CSO Level 2Year 1 61,505Year 2 65,376Year 3 72,702CSO Level 3Year 1 75,552Year 2 77,767Year 3 80,096Year 4 82,491Year 5 85,928Year 6 88,660CSO Level 4Year 1 91,303Year 2 93,870Year 3 97,702Year 4 100,613CSO Level 5Year 1 105,602Year 2 110,079CSO Level 6Year 1 116,974Year 2 122,128Departmental Professional OfficerGrade 1 -1st year of service 53,4072nd year of service 55,5093rd year of service 58,6044th year of service 62,8145th year of service 67,2676th year of service and thereafter 71,256Grade II - - 23 -
  • 24. 1st year of service 74,7452nd year of service 76,9613rd year of service 79,3064th year of service and thereafter 82,491Grade III -1st year of service 85,9282nd year of service 88,6603rd year of service 90,4264th year of service and thereafter 93,870Grade IV -1st year of service 97,7022nd year of service and thereafter 99,640Grade V -1st year of service 103,5502nd year of service and thereafter 105,602Grade VI -1st year of service 108,8922nd year of service and thereafter 111,0251st year of service 114,4572nd year of service and thereafter 116,974Grade VIII -1st year of service 120,7802nd year of service and thereafter 122,128Director of Music (Police Band)1st year 72,7022nd year 74,7453rd year 76,9614th year 79,3065th year and thereafter 81,149Loading1st year 7,2702nd year 7,4733rd year 7,6974th year 7,9315th year and thereafter 8,171Car DriversDriver/General Assistant 47,490Departmental - Driver/Assistant 50,205Police Executive Driver/Assistant1st year and thereafter 50,177All incidence of employment allowance 46,430Clothing Allowance $600 per annumDriving Instructor - 24 -
  • 25. 1st year 65,8552nd year 66,6103rd year and thereafter 68,519EngineerGrade I Diplomate Experience Since QualifyingIn first year 53,407After one year 55,509After two years 58,604After three years 62,814After four years 67,267After five years 71,256Grade I Graduate Experience SinceQualifyingIn first year 55,509After one year 58,604After two years 62,814After three years 67,267After four years 71,256Grade II1st year of service 75,5522nd year of service 78,4623rd year of service 80,9024th year of service and thereafter 83,255Grade III1st year of service 87,7012nd year of service 90,4263rd year of service 93,8704th year of service and thereafter 96,742Grade IV1st year of service 101,5942nd year of service 104,5753rd year of service and thereafter 106,651Grade V1st year of service 111,0252nd year of service and thereafter 113,212Grade VI1st year of service 115,7182nd year of service and thereafter 118,200General Assistant (NSW Police Academy)1st year 41,4202nd year 41,7713rd year 42,5634th year 43,5395th year and thereafter 44,329 - 25 -
  • 26. Groom, Mounted Police1st year 39,6632nd year and there after 41,063Imaging Technician1st year 59,7052nd year 61,5053rd year 63,4254th year and thereafter 65,376Interpreters and TranslatorsInterpreter/TranslatorYear 1 58,604Year 2 62,814Year 3 67,267Year 4 71,256Year 5 74,745Senior Interpreter/TranslatorYear 1 76,961Year 2 79,306Year 3 82,491Legal OfficersGrade I1st year of service 55,9402nd year of service 58,0603rd year of service 59,7054th year of service 61,5055th year of service 63,959Grade II1st year of service 69,2272nd year of service 72,7023rd year of service 76,9614th year of service 80,9025th year of service 84,129Grade III1st year of service 88,6602nd year of service 91,3033rd year of service 94,826Grade IV1st year of service 101,5942nd year of service 103,550Grade V1st year of service 108,8922nd year of service 111,025Grade VI - 26 -
  • 27. 1st year of service 116,9742nd year of service 119,439Librarians and ArchivistsGrade 1Year 1 53,407Year 2 56,509Year 3 59,705Year 4 63,425Year 5 66,610Year 6 69,777Grade 2Year 1 72,702Year 2 75,552Year 3 79,306Year 4 82,491Grade 3Year 1 86,829Year 2 89,511Year 3 93,026Year 4 96,742Grade 4Year 1 99,640Year 2 102,572Year 3 105,602Year 4 108,892Grade 5Year 1 111,965Year 2 115,718Year 3 119,439Year 4 123,491Library AssistantYear 1 41,771Year 2 44,329Year 3 47,108Year 4 50,619Year 5 52,489Library TechnicianGrade 1Year 1 53,407Year 2 56,509Year 3 59,705Year 4 63,425Grade 2Year 1 70,480 - 27 -
  • 28. Year 2 72,702Year 3 75,552Year 4 79,306Maintenance Attendant, Police Academy 42,563Maintenance Officer Trades 63,425Manager Trades1st year 88,6602nd year and there after 89,511On call Allowance (per hour) 1 p/hAssistant Manager Trades1st year 72,7022nd year and there after 74,080On call Allowance 0.84 p/hPathology Exhibit Courier 48,816PhotogrammetristGeneral Scale1st year 31,1932nd year 37,7293rd year 40,6624th year 41,7715th year 43,5396th year 44,3297th year 45,4288th year 47,1089th year 48,81610th year 50,61911th year 53,40712th year 54,97713th year 56,50914th year 58,060Officer with HSC aged 19 and over paid notless than 35,345Class 11st year 59,7052nd year 61,5053rd year 63,4254th year 65,376Class 21st year 70,4802nd year 72,702Class 3 - 28 -
  • 29. 1st year 75,5522nd year 77,767Class 41st year 80,0962nd year 82,491Class 51st year 85,9282nd year 88,660Class 61st year 91,3032nd year 93,870Class 71st year 97,7022nd year 100,613Public Relations OfficerAssistant Publicity Officers1st year of service 60,3292nd year of service 62,085Publicity Officers1st year of service 66,6102nd year of service 68,5193rd year of service and thereafter 69,777Public Relations OfficerGrade II1st year of service 79,3062nd year of service 80,9023rd year of service and thereafter 82,491Grade I1st year of service 93,0262nd year of service 94,8263rd year of service and thereafter 96,742Allowance in lieu of overtime (per annum) 11,740Radio Technician,1st year of service 53,9672nd year of service 54,4163rd year of service and thereafter 55,509Radio Technician, Senior1st year of service 59,1212nd year of service and thereafter 59,705Scientific OfficerGrade I1st year of service 53,4072nd year of service 55,509 - 29 -
  • 30. 3rd year of service 58,6044th year of service 62,8145th year of service 67,2676th year of service and thereafter 71,256Grade II1st year of service 74,7452nd year of service 76,9613rd year of service 79,3064th year of service and thereafter 82,491Grade III1st year of service 85,9282nd year of service 88,6603rd year of service and thereafter 90,426Grade IV1st year of service 94,8262nd year of service 97,7023rd year of service and thereafter 99,640Grade V1st year of service 103,5502nd year of service and thereafter 106,651Grade VI1st year of service 110,0792nd year of service 113,212Senior Basement Attendant, Police Headquarters1st year of service 45,8962nd year of service 46,6573rd year of service 47,1084th year of service and thereafter 47,936Senior OfficersGrade 1Year 1 136,651Year 2 147,245Grade 2Year 1 149,737Year 2 160,294Grade 3Year 1 165,658Year 2 181,844Stenographers and Machine Operators(Present Occupants Only)1st year (up to 17 years) 23,1692nd year (or 17 years) 27,5013rd year (or 18 years) 31,193 - 30 -
  • 31. 4th year (or 19 years) 35,3455th year (or 20 years) 37,3856th year (or 21 years) 41,4207th year 42,5638th year 43,9679th year 47,49010th year 48,32411th year 49,69312th year 50,619Grade 11st year 53,4072nd year 54,977Grade 21st year 56,5092nd year 58,060Grade 31st year 59,7052nd year 61,505Storeman Attendant 40,662Stores OfficersGrade 11st year of service 46,6572nd year of service and thereafter 47,490Grade 21st year of service 47,9362nd year of service and thereafter 48,324Grade 31st year of service 48,8162nd year of service and thereafter 49,282Grade 41st year of service 50,2052nd year of service 51,1893rd year of service and thereafter 51,189Technical OfficerGrade 11st year of service 54,4162nd year of service 55,9403rd year of service 57,4914th year of service 58,6045th year of service 60,329Grade 21st year of service 63,425 - 31 -
  • 32. 2nd year of service 64,7143rd year of service 65,8554th year of service 67,267Grade 31st year of service and thereafter 71,866Senior Technical OfficerGrade 11st year of service 70,4802nd year of service 71,8663rd year of service 74,080Grade 21st year of service 76,2902nd year of service 78,462Grade 3 81,703Technical Officer, Maintenance Services 74,745TechnicianClass 11st year of service 50,6192nd year of service 52,102Class 21st year of service 54,9772nd year of service 56,509Class 31st year of service 59,7052nd year of service 60,889Class 41st year of service 62,0852nd year of service 62,814Transport Officer 51,189Transport Officer, MechanicalYear 1 59,705Year 2 60,329Year 3 60,889Year 4 61,505Uniform Fitter and Advisory Officer 49,282AllowancesOn call allowances (per hour) 0.84Community Language Allowance Scheme (per annum)Base level rate 1,194Higher level rate 1,794Flying Allowance (per hour) 17.98First Aid Allowance (per annum)Holders of basic qualification 769 - 32 -
  • 33. Holders of current occupational first aid certificate 1,155 15. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Parliament House Conditions of Employment) Award 2010” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Parliamentary Electorate Officers) Award”: Crown Employees (Parliament House Conditions of Employment) Award 2010 Allowances 1.7.11 2.5% $Allowance in lieu of overtimeSessional Staff Above Clerk Grade 8 (per occasion) 339.82 16. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Public Service Conditions of Employment) Award 2009” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Psychologists) Award”: Crown Employees (Public Service Conditions of Employment) Award 2009 Allowances 1.7.11 2.5% $On call allowance 0.84Community Language Allowance SchemeBase level rate 1,194Higher level rate 1,794Flying Allowance 17.90First Aid AllowanceHolders of basic qualification 769Holders of current occupational first aid certificate 1,155 17. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Rural Fire Service 2009) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Resource NSW) Award 2005”: Crown Employees (Rural Fire Service 2009) Award RFS Officers These rates are inclusive of Annual Leave Loading.Classification and Grades 1.7.11 Per annum - 33 -
  • 34. 2.5% $RFS Officer Level 1Year 1 31,616Year 2 38,236Year 3 41,211Year 4 42,339Year 5 44,127Year 6 44,927Year 7 46,040Year 8 47,746Year 9 49,473Year 10 51,299RFS Officer Level 2Year 1 54,127Year 2 55,718RFS Officer Level 3Year 1 57,271Year 2 58,842RFS Officer Level 4Year 1 60,511Year 2 62,336RFS Officer Level 5Year 1 64,282Year 2 66,257RFS Officer Level 6Year 1 71,429Year 2 73,684RFS Officer Level 7Year 1 76,571Year 2 78,816RFS Officer Level 8Year 1 81,178Year 2 83,607RFS Officer Level 9Year 1 87,089Year 2 89,856RFS Officer Level 10Year 1 92,535Year 2 95,138RFS Officer Level 11Year 1 99,022Year 2 101,971RFS Officer Level 12 - 34 -
  • 35. Year 1 107,024Year 2 111,567RFS Officer Level 13Year 1 118,554Year 2 123,775RFS Officer Level 14Year 1 138,497Year 2 149,234RFS Officer Level 15Year 1 151,756Year 2 162,455RFS Officer Level 16Year 1 167,894Year 2 184,296 RFS Officers (OCSC) These rates are inclusive of Annual Leave Loading.Classification and Grades 1.7.11 Per annum 2.5%RFS Officer Level A (OCSC Operator)Year 1 35,345Year 2 37,729Year 3 40,662Year 4 41,771Year 5 43,539Year 6 44,329Year 7 45,428Year 8 47,108Year 9 48,816Year 10 50,619RFS Officer Level B (OCSC Senior Operator)Year 1 53,407Year 2 54,977Year 3 56,509Year 4 58,060 18. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (School Administrative and Support Staff) Award” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Rural Fire Service Salaries and Conditions of Employment 2003) Award”: Crown Employees (School Administrative and Support Staff) Award - 35 -
  • 36. Classification and Grades Annual 1.7.11 Salary Per hour Class 2.5% $PermanentAboriginal Education Officer1st year 26.582nd year 27.363rd year 28.134th year 28.89Permanent School Administrativeand Support StaffSchool Administrative ManagerLevel 4 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 10 or more by 31.81formulaLevel 3 - SAM/SA0/SSO EFT 1.8 to ≤10 by 30.88formulaLevel 2 - SAM/SA0/SSO EFT 1.4 to ≤1.8 by 30.03formulaLevel 1 - SAM/SA0/SSO EFT ≤1.4 by formula 29.23School Administrative Officer 25.27School Support Officer 22.51School Learning Support Officer and SchoolLearning Support Officer (Braille Transcriber),(Ethnic), (Sign Interpreter)JuniorOn employment 16.09After 12 months or at 20 years 19.00Adult1st year 23.132nd year 23.553rd year 25.204th year 26.87School Learning Support Officer (Pre-School)JuniorOn employment 16.09After 12 months or at 20 years 19.00Adult1st year 22.302nd year 22.713rd year 23.134th year 23.55Allowance: - 36 -
  • 37. First Aid (cents per hour - cph) 41.26Long Term TemporaryAboriginal Education Officer1st year 28.122nd year 28.953rd year 29.764th year 30.57Long Term Temporary School Administrativeand Support StaffSchool Administrative ManagerLevel 4 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 10 or more by 33.66formulaLevel 3 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 1.8 to ≤10 by 32.69formulaLevel 2 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 1.4 to ≤1.8 by 31.78formulaLevel 1 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT ≤1.4 by formula 30.92School Administrative Officer 26.72School Support Officer 23.84School Learning Support Officer and SchoolLearning Support Officer (Braille Transcriber),(Ethnic), (Sign Interpreter)JuniorOn employment 16.98After 12 months or at 20 years 20.10Adult1st year 24.522nd year 24.913rd year 26.644th year 28.42School Learning Support Officer (Pre-school)JuniorOn employment 16.98After 12 months or at 20 years 20.10Adult1st year 23.632nd year 24.033rd year 24.524th year 24.91Allowance:First Aid (cents per hour - cph) 38.81Short Term TemporaryAboriginal Education Officer1st year 30.57 - 37 -
  • 38. 2nd year 31.463rd year 32.354th year 33.23Short Term Temporary School Administrativeand Support StaffSchool Administrative ManagerLevel 4 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 10 or more byformula 36.59Level 3 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 1.8 to ≤10 byformula 35.53Level 2 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT 1.4 to ≤1.8 byformula 34.55Level 1 - SAM/SAO/SSO EFT ≤1.4 by formula 33.62School Administrative Officer 29.06School Support Officer 25.90School Learning Support Officer and SchoolLearning Support Officer (Braille Transcriber),(Ethnic), (Sign Interpreter)JuniorOn employment 18.49After 12 months or at 20 years 21.83Adult1st year 26.622nd year 27.093rd year 29.004th year 30.88School Learning Support Officer (Pre-School)JuniorOn employment 18.49After 12 months or at 20 years 21.83Adult 0.001st year 25.682nd year 26.153rd year 26.624th year 27.09 19. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (Senior Assistant Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2009” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (School Administrative and Support Staff) Award”: Crown Employees (Senior Assistant Superintendents and Assistant Superintendents, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2009Classification 1.7.11 - 38 -
  • 39. Per annum 2.5% $Commissioned Correctional Officers:Senior Assistant Superintendent- 7 day or any 5/7 days 106,655Assistant Superintendent- 7 day or any 5/7 days 99,833Senior Assistant Superintendent - 5 day 100,820Assistant Superintendent - 5 day 93,998Commissioned Industries Officers:Regional Business Manager - 5 dayYear 1 113,265Year 2 116,176Year 3 121,163Year 4 125,640Operations Manager 120,533Manager of Industries Level 1 - 5 day 111,219Manager of Industries Level 2 - Any 5 of 7 days 111,686Manager Centre Services andEmployment Manager of IndustriesLevel 2 - 5 day 105,849Manager Business Unit - any 5/7 days 106,655Manager Business Unit - 5 day 100,820 20. Insert the following table headed “Crown Employees (State Emergency Service Communication Centre - Continuous Shift Workers) Award 2009 ” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Crown Employees (Sheriff’s Officers) Award 2007”: Crown Employees (State Emergency Service) Communication Centre - Continuous Shift Workers Award 2009Classification and Grades Common 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Point 2.5% $Operations Communications CentreSenior Team Leader, Clerk Grade 5/61st year of service 75 70,4802nd year of service 78 72,7023rd year of service 82 75,552Thereafter 85 77,767Operations Communications Centre - 39 -
  • 40. Team Leader, Clerk Grade 3/41st year of service 58 59,7052nd year of service 61 61,5053rd year of service 64 63,425Thereafter 67 65,376Operations Communications CentreCall Operator, Clerks General ScaleStep 1 4 25,860Step 2 6 29,346Step 4 9 35,345Step 5 11 37,729Step 6 17 40,662Step 7 20 41,771Step 8 23 43,539Step 9 25 44,329Step 10 28 45,428Step 11 32 47,108Step 12 36 48,816Step 13 40 50,619 21. Insert the following table headed “Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Tabulam, Department of Corrective Services, Determination No. 964 of 2008” in Part B Monetary Rates after the table headed “Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Offender External Leave Program, Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 966 of 2009”: Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Tabulam, Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 964 of 2008Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 per annum per annum 2.5% $ $Co-ordinator Program Support & Security1st year of service 78,142 80,0962nd year of service 80,479 82,4913rd year of service 83,832 85,928Thereafter 86,498 88,660Senior Program Support Officer1st year of service 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 70,929 72,7023rd year of service 73,709 75,552Thereafter 75,870 77,767Program Support Officer1st year of service 58,249 59,7052nd year of service 60,005 61,5053rd year of service 61,878 63,425Thereafter 63,781 65,376Mobile Work Camps Allowance (per day) 124 127 - 40 -
  • 41. 22. Amend Part B Monetary Rates by adding the column headed 1.7.11 in the following tables to each of the following tables in Part B: - 41 -
  • 42. PART B MONETARY RATES AWARDS Crown Employees (Administrative and Clerical Officers - Salaries) Award 2007 Administrative and Clerical OfficerClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per Point annum annum 2.5% $ $Clerks General ScaleClerks General Scale step 1 4 25,229 25,860Clerks General Scale step 2 6 28,630 29,346Clerks General Scale step 3 - 1st year of 7 30,432 31,193service or 18 yearsClerks General Scale step 4 - Minimum for 9 34,483 35,345- employee with BusinessAdministration Certificate III,Government Certificate III or equivalentat 18 years of age- employee with Higher SchoolCertificate Qualification at 19 years of ageClerks General Scale step 5 – Minimum 11 36,809 37,729for:- employee qualified at BusinessAdministration Certificate III,Government Certificate III or equivalentand is qualified at HSC standard at 17 yearsof age- employee 20 years of ageClerks General Scale step 6 - Minimum 17 39,670 40,662for employee 21 years of ageClerks General Scale step 7 20 40,752 41,771Clerks General Scale step 8 23 42,477 43,539Clerks General Scale step 9 25 43,248 44,329Clerks General Scale step 10 28 44,320 45,428Clerks General Scale step 11 32 45,959 47,108Clerks General Scale step 12 36 47,625 48,816Clerks General Scale step 13 40 49,384 50,619Provided that officers who on 6th - 51,497 52,784December 1979were on 14th year of General Scale andpaid a personal allowance of $417.00 p.a. in - 42 -
  • 43. terms ofCircular No 202 of 1979 shall be paid byway of allowance above Step 13 of theGeneral ScaleGrade 11st year of service 46 52,104 53,407Thereafter 49 53,636 54,977Grade 21st year of service 52 55,131 56,509Thereafter 55 56,644 58,060Grade 31st year of service 58 58,249 59,705Thereafter 61 60,005 61,505Grade 41st year of service 64 61,878 63,425Thereafter 67 63,781 65,376Grade 51st year of service 75 68,761 70,480Thereafter 78 70,929 72,702Grade 61st year of service 82 73,709 75,552Thereafter 85 75,870 77,767Grade 71st year of service 88 78,142 80,096Thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade 81st year of service 95 83,832 85,928Thereafter 98 86,498 88,660Grade 91st year of service 101 89,076 91,303Thereafter 104 91,580 93,870Grade 101st year of service 108 95,319 97,702Thereafter 111 98,159 100,613Grade 111st year of service 116 103,026 105,602Thereafter 120 107,394 110,079Grade 121st year of service 126 114,121 116,974Thereafter 130 119,149 122,128 - 43 -
  • 44. Crown Employees Casino Control Authority - Casino Inspectors (Transferred from the Department of Gaming and Racing) Award 2007 Casino Inspectors, Department of Gaming and RacingClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per Point annum annum 2.5% $ $Preliminary Training Rates - InspectorsInspector - 1st Year of Service 64 61,878 63,425Inspector - 2nd Year of Service 67 63,781 65,376Inspector - 3rd Year of Service 75 68,761 70,480Thereafter 78 70,929 72,702Salary Rates - InspectorsInspector - 1st Year of Service 80,444 82,455Inspector - 2nd Year of Service 82,913 84,986Inspector - 3rd Year of Service 89,389 91,624Thereafter 92,210 94,515Preliminary Training Rates - SupervisingInspectorsSupervising Inspector - 1st year of Service 88 78,142 80,096Supervising Inspector - 2nd year of Service 91 80,479 82,491Supervising Inspector - 3rd year of Service 95 83,832 85,928Thereafter 98 86,498 88,660Salary Rates - Supervising InspectorSupervising Inspector - 1st year of Service - 101,585 104,125Supervising Inspector - 2nd year of Service - 104,622 107,238Supervising Inspector - 3rd year of Service - 108,983 111,708Thereafter - 112,448 115,259 Crown Employees (Correctional Officers, Department of Corrective Services) Award Correctional Officers - Department of Corrective ServicesClassification and Grades CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 NO. Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Probationary Correctional Officer 45 51,707 53,000Correctional Officer -1st year 47 52,651 53,9672nd year and thereafter 49 53,636 54,977Correctional Officer, First Class -1st year 55 56,644 58,060 - 44 -
  • 45. 2nd year and thereafter 63 61,282 62,814Senior Correctional Officer 69 64,985 66,610Overseer -1st year 55 56,644 58,0602nd year and thereafter 63 61,282 62,814Senior Overseer 69 64,985 66,610Industries and Maintenance Allowance -Overseer 1st year - 8,343 8,552Overseer 2nd year and thereafter - 3,703 3,796Senior Overseer - 7,286 7,468Incidental Allowance -Probationary Correctional Officer (in training) - n/a n/aProbationary Correctional Officer (on graduation) - 850 871Correctional Officer 1st year - 1,276 1,308Correctional Officer 2nd year and thereafter - 1,704 1,747Correctional Officer, First Class 1st year - 2,549 2,613Correctional Officer, First Class 2nd year andthereafter - 2,549 2,613Senior Correctional Officer - 4,248 4,354Overseer 1st year - 2,549 2,613Overseer 2nd year and thereafter - 2,549 2,613Senior Overseer - 4,248 4,354 Crown Employees (Correctional Officers, Department of Corrective Services) Award 2007 for Kempsey, Dillwynia and Wellington Correctional Centres Annualised Salary Package - Kempsey, Dillwynia and Wellington Correctional CentresClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.50% $ $General Manager 159,632 163,623Manager of Security 134,671 138,038Principal Correctional Officer 104,054 106,655Chief Correctional Officer 97,398 99,833 Correctional Officers - Kempsey, Dillwynia and Wellington Correctional Centres 1.7.10 1.7.11 CSP Per annum Per $ annum 2.5% $Correctional Officers: - 45 -
  • 46. Senior Correctional Officer 69 64,985 66,610Correctional Officer1st Class Year 2 63 61,282 62,814Correctional Officer1st Class Year 2 55 56,644 58,060Correctional Officer Year 2 49 53,636 54,977Correctional Officer Year 1 47 52,651 53,967Correctional Officer Probationary 45 51,707 53,000Correctional Officer (Training) 45 51,707 53,000Incidental Allowance:Senior Correctional Officer - 4,248 4,354Correctional Officer 1st ClassYears 1 and 2 - 2,549 2,613Correctional Officer Year 2 - 1,704 1,747Correctional Officer Year 1 - 1,276 1,308Correctional Officer Probationary - 850 871Industrial Officers:Principal Industry Officer Level 1 - 108,506 111,219Principal Industry Officer Level 2 - 103,267 105,849Chief Industry Officer - 98,361 100,820Senior Overseer 80 72,273 74,080Overseer 69 64,985 66,610Incidental AllowanceSenior Overseer - 4,248 4,354Overseer - 2,549 2,613 Crown Employees (Department of Commerce) Award 2008 Department of Commerce (other than GCIO, OFT, OIR, Businesslink) 1.7.10 1.7.11 Classifications and Grades Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $DPWS Professional Staff -General Scale 1 30,851 31,622General Scale HSC 19 years 34,956 35,830General Scale 2 or age 20 37,311 38,244General Scale 3 or age 21 40,212 41,217General Scale 4 41,312 42,345General Scale 5 43,055 44,131General Scale 6 43,839 44,935General Scale 7 44,929 46,052 - 46 -
  • 47. General Scale 8 46,589 47,754General Scale 9 48,279 49,486General Scale 10 50,057 51,308General Scale 11 51,530 52,818General Scale 12 52,815 54,135General Scale 13 54,367 55,726Grade 1Year 1 54,894 56,266Year 2 57,959 59,408Year 3 62,119 63,672Year 4 66,523 68,186Year 5 70,468 72,230Grade 2Year 1 74,720 76,588Year 2 77,598 79,538Year 3 80,007 82,007Year 4 82,338 84,396Grade 3Year 1 86,736 88,904Year 2 89,428 91,664Year 3 92,835 95,156Year 4 95,675 98,067Grade 4Year 1 100,472 102,984Year 2 103,417 106,002Year 3 105,479 108,116DPWS Senior Professional Staff -Senior 1Year 1 109,800 112,545Year 2 111,963 114,762Senior 2Year 1 114,444 117,305Year 2 116,900 119,823Senior 3Year 1 119,448 122,434Year 2 120,781 123,801DPWS Project Staff -Grade 1Year 1 65,168 66,797Year 2 66,256 67,912Grade 2Year 1 70,506 72,269Year 2 72,539 74,352 - 47 -
  • 48. Grade 3Year 1 74,774 76,643Year 2 77,002 78,927Grade 4Year 1 79,230 81,211DPWS Senior ManagementGrade 1Year 1 130,940 134,214Year 2 137,541 140,980Grade 2 -Year 1 144,136 147,739Year 2 150,739 154,507DPWS Staff -General Scale 1 30,851 31,622General Scale HSC 19 yrs 34,956 35,830General Scale 2 or age 20 37,311 38,244General Scale 3 or age 21 40,212 41,217General Scale 4 41,312 42,345General Scale 5 43,055 44,131General Scale 6 43,839 44,935General Scale 7 44,929 46,052General Scale 8 46,589 47,754General Scale 9 48,279 49,486General Scale 10 50,057 51,308* Personal 51,530 52,818Grade 1 -Year 1 52,815 54,135Year 2 54,367 55,726Grade 2 -Year 1 55,889 57,286Year 2 57,417 58,852Grade 3 -Year 1 59,048 60,524Year 2 60,829 62,350Grade 4 -Year 1 62,729 64,297Year 2 64,653 66,269Grade 5 -Year 1 69,703 71,446Year 2 71,906 73,704Grade 6 -Year 1 74,720 76,588 - 48 -
  • 49. Year 2 76,907 78,830Grade 7 -Year 1 79,217 81,197Year 2 81,586 83,626Grade 8 -Year 1 84,979 87,103Year 2 87,686 89,878Grade 9 -Year 1 90,297 92,554Year 2 92,835 95,156Grade 10 -Year 1 96,630 99,046Year 2 99,504 101,992Grade 11 -Year 1 104,438 107,049Year 2 108,866 111,588Grade 12 -Year 1 115,685 118,577Year 2 120,781 123,801DPWS Technical Staff (A) -General Scale 1 or 16 years 25,578 26,217General Scale 2 or 17 years 29,024 29,750General Scale 3 or 18 years 30,851 31,622General Scale 4 or 20 years 34,956 35,830General Scale 5 or 21 years 37,311 38,244General Scale 6 40,212 41,217General Scale 7 41,312 42,345General Scale 8 43,055 44,131General Scale 9 43,839 44,935General Scale 10 44,929 46,052General Scale 11 46,589 47,754General Scale 12 48,279 49,486General Scale 13 50,057 51,308General Scale 14 51,530 52,818Grade I -Year 1 53,819 55,164Year 2 55,330 56,713Year 3 56,856 58,277Year 4 57,959 59,408Year 5 59,666 61,158Grade II -Year 1 62,729 64,297Year 2 64,001 65,601Year 3 65,132 66,760 - 49 -
  • 50. Year 4 66,523 68,186Grade III -Year 1 71,072 72,849DPWS Senior Technical (A) -Senior I -Year 1 69,703 71,446Year 2 71,072 72,849Year 3 73,260 75,092Senior II -Year 1 75,443 77,329Year 2 77,598 79,538Senior III -Year 1 80,798 82,818Senior Officer -Grade 1 -Year 1 134,917 138,290Year 2 145,253 148,884Grade 2 -Year 1 147,683 151,375Year 2 157,983 161,933Grade 3 -Year 1 163,217 167,297Year 2 179,007 183,482 Crown Employees (Department of Environment and Climate Change) General Award Environment Officers - Department of Environment and Climate Change New South Wales Classification 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% 4% $Class 11 30,727 31,4952 37,122 38,0503 40,744 41,7634 43,234 44,3155 45,148 46,2776 47,610 48,8007 52,612 53,927Class 21 52,612 53,9272 54,155 55,5093 55,592 56,982 - 50 -
  • 51. 4 57,669 59,111Class 31 55,592 56,9822 57,669 59,1113 60,553 62,0674 62,377 63,936Class 41 60,553 62,0672 62,377 63,9363 64,967 66,5914 67,519 69,207Class 51 64,967 66,5912 67,519 69,2073 70,097 71,8494 72,255 74,061Class 61 70,097 71,8492 72,255 74,0613 75,064 76,9414 77,347 79,281Class 71 75,064 76,9412 77,347 79,2813 79,688 81,6804 82,938 85,011Class 81 79,688 81,6802 82,938 85,0113 85,537 87,6754 89,902 92,150Class 91 85,537 87,6752 89,902 92,1503 92,487 94,7994 95,288 97,670Class 101 92,487 94,7992 95,288 97,6703 99,089 101,5664 101,993 104,543Class 111 99,089 101,566 - 51 -
  • 52. 2 101,993 104,5433 105,047 107,6734 109,203 111,933Class 121 105,047 107,6732 109,203 111,9333 112,865 115,6874 115,289 118,171Class 131 112,865 115,6872 115,289 118,1713 119,113 122,0914 120,895 123,917Class 141 119,113 122,0912 120,895 123,9173 126,494 129,6564 132,097 135,399Class 151 126,494 129,6562 132,097 135,3993 137,698 141,1404 143,296 146,878 Other Rates and Allowances Brief DescriptionAHIS weekly allowance:inconvenience and 6 incoming callsafter/before normal working hours 396.58 406.49For each call above 6 incoming calls in anAHIS roster period; not limited 19.42 19.91Extra per public holiday falling on a 121.67 124.71weekdayOut of hours disturbance (AHIS SupervisingOfficers) 39.08 40.06 Crown Employees (Department of Environment and Climate Change – Parks and Wildlife Group) Conditions of Employment AwardRanger Classifications Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Trainee Rangers - 52 -
  • 53. 1st year of service 46,667 47,8342nd year of service 47,505 48,6933rd year of service 48,937 50,1604th year of service 49,814 51,0595th year of service 50,332 51,5906th year of service 51,060 52,337RangersGrade 11st level 51,060 52,3372nd level 53,069 54,3963rd level 56,029 57,4304th level 60,051 61,5525th level 66,189 67,8446th level 70,062 71,814Grade 21st year 71,458 73,2442nd year 73,579 75,4183rd year 75,818 77,7134th year 78,866 80,838Senior Ranger1st year & thereafter 84,762 86,881Assistant District ManagerGrade 1 87,288 89,470Grade 2 93,407 95,742Grade 3 100,958 103,482Grade 4 105,239 107,870District ManagerGrade 1 89,746 91,990Grade 2 96,193 98,598Grade 3 105,239 107,870Grade 4 111,833 114,629Grade 5 116,759 119,678Project/Research Officer ClassificationGrade 11st year 52,881 54,2032nd year 54,577 55,9413rd year 59,537 61,0254th year 64,190 65,7955th year 68,813 70,533Grade 2*1st year 73,709 75,5522nd year 75,867 77,7643rd year 78,142 80,096 - 53 -
  • 54. Grade 3*1st year 82,077 84,1292nd year 84,711 86,8293rd year 87,334 89,5174th year 89,073 91,300Grade 4*1st year 89,928 92,1762nd year 92,513 94,826Grade 51st year 97,205 99,6352nd year 101,327 103,860Grade 61st year 107,674 110,3662nd year 108,804 111,524* Progression criteria appliesProject Officer (Aboriginal Positions)Grade 11st year 54,203 52,8812nd year 55,941 54,577 rd3 year 61,025 59,5374th year 65,795 64,190 th5 year 70,533 68,813Grade 2*1st year 75,552 73,7092nd year 77,764 75,867 rd3 year 80,096 78,142Grade 3*1st year 84,129 82,077 nd2 year 86,829 84,711 rd3 year 89,517 87,334 th4 year 91,300 89,073Grade 4*1st year 92,176 89,9282nd year 94,826 92,513Grade 51st year 99,635 97,205 nd2 year 103,860 101,327Grade 61st year 107,674 110,366 - 54 -
  • 55. 2nd year 108,804 111,524*Progression criteria appliesField Officer ClassificationField Officer Base Grade 1/2Employees Engaged on or after 1 July 2007Grade 1Year 1 40,110 41,113Year 2 41,123 42,151Grade 2Year 1 42,072 43,124Year 2 44,034 45,135Field Officer Grade 1/4Employees Engaged on or after 1 July 2007Grade 11st year 40,110 41,1132nd year 41,123 42,151Grade 21st year 42,072 43,1242nd year 44,034 45,135Grade 3 (A)1st year 50,246 51,5022nd year 51,132 52,410Grade 4 (A)1st year 52,563 53,8772nd year 53,512 54,850Field Officer Grade 1/4Employees engaged on or before 30 June 2007Grade 11st year 46,375 47,5342nd year 47,241 48,422Grade 21st year 47,950 49,1492nd year 48,869 50,091Grade 3 (A)1st year 50,246 51,5022nd year 51,132 52,410Grade 4 (A)1st year 52,563 53,8772nd year 53,512 54,850Field Officer Grade B3/B4Employees engaged on or before 30 June 2007 - 55 -
  • 56. Grade 3 (B)1st year 50,246 51,5022nd year 51,132 52,410Grade 4 (B)1st year 52,563 53,8772nd year 53,512 54,850Senior Field Officer and Senior Field Officer (Plant)Grade 11st year 54,700 56,0682nd year 55,630 57,021Grade 21st year 56,756 58,1752nd year 57,943 59,392Field SupervisorClassification and GradesGrade 11st year 59,931 61,4292nd year 61,305 62,838Grade 21st year 62,678 64,2452nd year 64,053 65,654Senior Field SupervisorClassification and GradesGrade 11st year 69,492 71,2292nd year 71,199 72,979Grade 21st year 72,908 74,7312nd year 74,615 76,480 Crown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Catering Officers) AwardClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Level 1 48,249 49,455Level 2 49,775 51,019Level 3 51,273 52,555Level 4 52,928 54,251Level 5 54,801 56,171 - 56 -
  • 57. Catering Officers - Academy AllowanceSenior Catering Officer 4,217 4,322Catering Officer 2,034 2,085Apprentice 1,628 1,669 Crown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Centre Managers) Award 2008Grades and salary rates for classifications in this award are in accordance with the Crown Employees (Administrativeand Clerical Officers - Salaries) Award 2007 - Grades 4 to 12 Allowance 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Annual Allowance (clause 11) 9,567 9,806 Crown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Program Officers) AwardProgram Officers - Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Program OfficersLevel 1 48,800 50,020Level 2 50,712 51,980Level 3 53,574 54,913Level 4 57,403 58,838Level 5 59,314 60,797Level 6 62,194 63,749Level 7 65,057 66,683Level 8 67,936 69,634Level 9 70,797 72,567Level 10 73,675 75,517Level 11 76,534 78,447Level 12 78,449 80,410Program Officers - Temporary Employees 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per day Per day 2.5% $ $Level 1 187.09 192.00Level 2 194.37 199.00Level 3 205.32 210.00 - 57 -
  • 58. Level 4 220.07 226.00Level 5 227.33 233.00Level 6 238.41 244.00Level 7 249.36 256.00Level 8 260.41 267.00Level 9 271.38 278.00Level 10 282.42 289.00Level 11 293.38 301.00Level 12 300.65 308.00Program Officers - Casual Employees 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per day Per day 2.5% $ $Level 1 210.44 215.70Level 2 218.69 224.16Level 3 231.03 236.81Level 4 247.51 253.70Level 5 255.81 262.21Level 6 268.18 274.88Level 7 280.53 287.54Level 8 292.94 300.26Level 9 305.28 312.91Level 10 317.71 325.65Level 11 330.04 338.29Level 12 338.27 346.73 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per day Per day 2.5% $ $Assistant instructor (Per day) 51.30 52.58Program Officer (Instructor) 163.54 167.63 198.39 203.35AllowancesSport and recreation allowance - permanentProgram Officers (per annum) 9,567 9,806Sport and recreation allowance- temporaryProgram Officers (per day) 36.67 37.59Night duty allowance - casual Program Officers(per night) 78.27 80.23Night duty allowance - Program Officer(Instructors) (per night) 37.77 38.71 - 58 -
  • 59. Crown Employees (Department of the Arts, Sport and Recreation - Services Officers) Award Table 1 Salary Scale for Services Officers Prior to Competency AttainmentClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Level 1 40,868 41,890Level 2 43,106 44,184Level 3 44,961 46,085Level *4 46,819 47,989 Per hour Per hour $ $Level 1 20.60 21.12Level 2 21.73 22.27Level 3 22.69 23.26Level 4 23.62 24.21 Table 2 Salary Scale for Services Officers after Competency AttainmentClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Level 1 42,095 43,147Level 2 44,401 45,511Level 3 46,313 47,471Level *4 48,223 49,429 Per hour Per hour $ $Level 1 21.25 21.78Level 2 22.41 22.97Level 3 23.36 23.94Level 4 24.32 24.93* Services Officer (Groundsperson) and Services Officer(Gardener) salary rate Table 3 Salary Scale for Assistant Services OfficersClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $ - 59 -
  • 60. Level 1 40,868 41,890Level 2 43,106 44,184 Per hour Per hour $ $Level 1 20.60 21.12Level 2 21.73 22.27 Crown Employees (Exhibition Project Managers and Officers) Australian Museum Award 2007Exhibition Project Managers and Project Officers - Australian MuseumClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Exhibition Project OfficerSkill Level 1 46 52,104 53,407Skill Level 2 52 55,131 56,509Skill Level 3 58 58,249 59,705Skill Level 4 64 61,878 63,425Skill Level 5 67 63,781 65,376Skill Level 6 78 70,929 72,702Skill Level 7 83 74,429 76,290Skill Level 8 88 78,142 80,096Exhibition Project ManagerYear 1 95 83,832 85,928Year 2 98 86,498 88,660Year 3 102 89,930 92,178 Crown Employees (General Assistants in Schools - Department of Education and Training) AwardGeneral Assistants in Schools - Department of Education and TrainingClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Full-time Permanent - Junior - 28,287 28,994On employmentAfter 12 months or at 20 years - 36,369 37,278AdultYear 1 19 40,410 41,420Year 2 20 40,752 41,771Year 3 22 41,525 42,563Year 4 23 42,477 43,539Year 5 25 43,248 44,329 - 60 -
  • 61. Part-time Permanent (up to 35.5 hpw) 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Hour Per Hour 2.5% $ $JuniorOn employment 15.71 16.10After 12 months or at 20 years 20.18 20.68Adult 23.04 23.62Full-time (38 hpw) Temporary - Unloaded JuniorOn employment 14.28 14.64After 12 months or at 20 years 18.34 18.80Adult 20.36 20.87Full-time Temporary - Loaded JuniorOn employment 15.45 15.84After 12 months or at 20 years 19.85 20.35Adult 22.1 22.65Part-time Temporary (up to 35.5 hpw)Unloaded JuniorOn employment 15.71 16.10After 12 months or at 20 years 20.18 20.68Adult 23.04 23.62Loaded JuniorOn employment 17.00 17.43After 12 months or at 20 years 21.86 22.41Adult 24.95 25.57 Crown Employees (General Staff - Salaries) Award 2007 General Staff - Salaries Common 1.7.10 1.7.11Classification and Grades Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Artist’s Model, TAFE(draped) 33 46,332 47,490(undraped) 39 48,980 50,205Assistant, Enrolled Nurses TrainingProgram, TAFE (part-time)1st year 23 42,477 43,5392nd year 25 43,248 44,3293rd year 28 44,320 45,428Assistant Food & Beverage Controller,Ryde TAFE - 61 -
  • 62. 1st year 42 50,332 51,5902nd year 48 53,089 54,416Assistant Operations Controller, PortMacquarie, Campbelltown, TAFE1st year 39 48,980 50,2052nd year 42 50,332 51,590Assistant Operations Manager, TAFE(Hamilton, Ryde, Werrington)1st year 59 58,858 60,3292nd year 61 60,005 61,5053rd year 64 61,878 63,4254th year 67 63,781 65,376Assistant Operations Manager, TAFE(East Sydney)1st year 56 57,175 58,6042nd year 60 59,404 60,889Catering Services Manager, Kurri Kurri,Ryde, TAFE1st year 70 65,626 67,2672nd year 75 68,761 70,480Catering Supervisor, Kurri Kurri, Ryde,TAFE1st year 52 55,131 56,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,060Class Preparation Assistant Tourism &Hospitality/Rural Studies; Floristry,Catering and Bakery, TAFE1st year 23 42,477 43,5392nd year 25 43,248 44,3293rd year 26 43,598 44,688Class Preparation Assistant Hairdresser,TAFE1st year 17 39,670 40,6622nd year 20 40,752 41,7713rd year 22 41,525 42,563Duty Manager, Ryde, TAFE 57 57,679 59,121Fitter-Operator, TAFE 51 54,576 55,940Food and Beverage Controller, TAFE 39 48,980 50,205(Hamilton) 42 50,332 51,590Food School Assistant, TAFEYears 1 - 3 18 40,061 41,063Year 4 - 6 19 40,410 41,420Year 7 20 40,752 41,771Foreman, TAFE - 62 -
  • 63. Electrical Grade 2 64 61,878 63,425Electrical Grade 3 68 64,249 65,855Electrical Grade 5 77 70,113 71,866Other than ElectricalGrade 1 57 57,679 59,121Grade 2 61 60,005 61,505Grade 3 65 62,399 63,959Grade 4 73 67,539 69,227Grade 5 77 70,113 71,866Assistant Mechanical Foreman, TAFE 61 60,005 61,505General Assistant/Caretaker, TAFE 25 43,248 44,329Guest Services Agent, Ryde, TAFE1st year 34 46,767 47,9362nd year 36 47,625 48,816House Officer, TAFE, Sydney1st year 44 51,209 52,4892nd year 47 52,651 53,9673rd year 49 53,636 54,977House Officer, TAFE, Newcastle1st year 41 49,940 51,1892nd year 42 50,332 51,5903rd year 43 50,831 52,102House Supervisor (Goulburn, Kurri Kurri),TAFE1st year 39 48,980 50,2052nd year 41 49,940 51,189Kitchen Assistant (part-time), TAFE 18 40,061 41,063 (22.22 per hr)Laboratory Craftsman, TAFEGrade 1, 1st year 40 49,384 50,619Grade 1, 2nd year 41 49,940 51,189Grade 1, 3rd year 43 50,831 52,102Grade 1, 4th year 44 51,209 52,489Grade 2, 1st year 45 51,707 53,000Grade 2, 2nd year 46 52,104 53,407Grade 2, 3rd year 47 52,651 53,967Senior Laboratory Craftsman 55 56,644 58,060Operations Controller Campbelltown/PortMacquarie/Orange, TAFE1st year 52 55,131 56,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,060Operations Manager - Food School/Horticulture/Technical Support/ Purchasing - 63 -
  • 64. and Stores Controller -East Sydney, Ryde, TAFE1st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,7023rd year 82 73,709 75,5524th year 85 75,870 77,767Hamilton/Wollongong1st year 72 66,848 68,5192nd year 75 68,761 70,4803rd year 78 70,929 72,7024th year 82 73,709 75,552Operations Manager (Brookvale, Dubbo,Loftus, Werrington) TAFE1st year 66 63,136 64,7142nd year 77 70,113 71,866Operations Supervisor - Food School,Kingscliff, Wollongong, TAFE1st year 52 55,131 56,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,060Senior Housekeeper, Ryde, TAFE1st year 57 57,679 59,1212nd year 63 61,282 62,814Scientific Instrument Maker, TAFE 51 54,576 55,940Steel Production Assistant (formerly Cold 25 43,248 44,329Saw Operator) TAFESteel Production Supervisor (formerly 40 49,384 50,619Charge Hand, Cold Saw (Operator), TAFEStores Attendant, Hairdressing, TAFE1st year 22 41,525 42,5632nd year 23 42,477 43,5393rd year 25 43,248 44,329Technical Assistant (Art, Ceramics, TVStudio) TAFEYears 1 - 3 32 45,959 47,108Years 4 - 6 34 46,767 47,936Year 7 35 47,145 48,324Technical Assistant (Design)1st year 35 47,145 48,3242nd year 37 48,080 49,2823rd year 39 48,980 50,205Technical Assistant (ElectricalEngineering/Applied Electricity), TAFE1st year 50 54,155 55,509 - 64 -
  • 65. 2nd year 52 55,131 56,5093rd year 54 56,089 57,491Technical Assistant (MechanicalEngineering/Civil Engineering Building)1st year 46 52,104 53,4072nd year 47 52,651 53,967Technical Assistant (Vehicle Building)1st year 46 52,104 53,4072nd year 47 52,651 53,967Technical Assistant (Refrigeration and Air 32 45,959 47,108Conditioning), TAFETechnical Assistant (Rural Studies), TAFE1st year 34 46,767 47,9362nd year 36 47,625 48,8163rd year 39 48,980 50,2054th year 41 49,940 51,1895th year 44 51,209 52,4896th year 47 52,651 53,9677th year 50 54,155 55,5098th year 53 55,603 56,9939th year 56 57,175 58,60410th year 59 58,858 60,32911th year 61 60,005 61,505Community Liaison Officer/Aboriginal 57 57,679 59,121Community Liaison Officer, Departmentof Education and Training (DET)Farm Foreman, DETGrade A1st year 39 48,980 50,2052nd year 41 49,940 51,1893rd year 43 50,831 52,102Grade B1st year 45 51,707 53,0002nd year 47 52,651 53,9673rd year 51 54,576 55,940House Officer, DET1st year 34 46,767 47,9362nd year 36 47,625 48,8163rd year 39 48,980 50,205Maintenance Officer, DET1st year 24 42,895 43,9672nd - 7th year 25 43,248 44,3298th year 26 43,598 44,688 - 65 -
  • 66. Photographic Assistant, DET1st year 22 41,525 42,5632nd year 23 42,477 43,5393rd year 25 43,248 44,3294th year 26 43,598 44,688Matrons and Sub-Matrons, DETMatron1st year 45 51,707 53,000Thereafter 46 52,104 53,407Sub-Matron1st year 39 48,980 50,205Thereafter 40 49,384 50,619Storeman/Attendant, Hurlstone/YancoAgricultural High School, DET1st year 17 39,670 40,6622nd year 18 40,061 41,0633rd year and 4th year 20 40,752 41,7715th year 22 41,525 42,563Technical Assistant (Art, Ceramics, TVStudio)Years 1 - 3 32 45,959 47,108Years 4 - 6 34 46,767 47,936Year 7 35 47,145 48,324Assistant, Dept of Infrastructure Planningand Natural Resources (DIPNR)Junior - under 17 (50% of Grade 1, Yr 1)Aged 17 (60% of Grade 1, Yr 1)Aged 18 (70% of Grade 1, Yr 1)Aged 19 (80% of Grade 1, Yr 1)Aged 20 (90% of Grade 1, Yr)Grade 11st year 18 40,061 41,0632nd year 22 41,525 42,5633rd year 25 43,248 44,3294th year 29 44,777 45,8965th year 32 45,959 47,108Grade 21st year 34 46,767 47,9362nd year 36 47,625 48,8163rd year 37 48,080 49,2824th year 39 48,980 50,205Grade 31st year 46 52,104 53,4072nd year 52 55,131 56,509 - 66 -
  • 67. Field Services Staff, DIPNRField Supervisor1st year 48 53,089 54,4162nd year 51 54,576 55,9403rd year 53 55,603 56,9934th year 55 56,644 58,0605th year 58 58,249 59,705Field Service Manager, Years 1-3 onlyOther locations (not specified)1st year 66 63,136 64,7142nd year 67 63,781 65,3763rd year 69 64,985 66,610Specific locations Years 1-4 (Bathurst,Cooma, Glennies Creek, Gosford,Goulburn, Henty, Inverell, Lithgow,Manilla (f.s.), Moss Vale, Nowra,Newcastle, Parkes, Cowra RC, Parramatta,Penrith, Scone, Singleton, Wellington,Braidwood (cons.), Murwillumbah, CoffsHarbour, Kempsey, Grafton, Queanbeyan,Gunnedah RC.4th year 75 68,761 70,480Regional Field Services Manager 83 74,429 76,290Drillers (Central West Region employeesonly), DIPNRDriller’s Assistant 22 41,525 42,563Roster Allowance 4,816 4,936Trainee Drilling Officer 25 43,248 44,329Roster Allowance 5,017 5,142Drilling Officer - Level 1 38 48,481 49,693Roster Allowance 5,624 5,765Drilling Officer - Level 2 40 49,384 50,619Roster Allowance 5,729 5,872Drilling Officer - Level 3 43 50,831 52,102Roster Allowance 5,897 6,044Drilling Officer - Level 4 48 53,089 54,416Roster Allowance 6,159 6,313Drilling Officer - Level 5 53 55,603 56,993Roster Allowance 6,450 6,611Senior Drilling Officer 57 57,679 59,121Roster Allowance 6,690 6,857Overseers, DIPNR - 67 -
  • 68. Grade 1 (ex Dept of Water Resources only) 60 59,404 60,889Grade II 61 60,005 61,505Grade III 65 62,399 63,959Grade IV 73 67,539 69,227Grade V 77 70,113 71,866Plant Managers, DIPNRGrade 1 (Workshop Supervisors, Goulburn, 65 62,399 63,959Inverell, Scone & Wagga Wagga)Grade 2 (Workshop Manager, Wellington &Fleet Managers, Tamworth & Wagga Wagga)Year 1 69 64,985 66,610Year 2 70 65,626 67,267Assistant Education Officers, 43 50,831 52,102Powerhouse Museum 47 52,651 53,967House Officer, Powerhouse Museum 43 50,831 52,102 44 51,209 52,489Museum Officer, Powerhouse Museum 18 40,061 41,063 19 40,410 41,420 20 40,752 41,771 21 41,142 42,171 23 42,477 43,539Photographer - Grade 1 - Years 1-3(various agencies)1st year 39 48,980 50,2052nd year 41 49,940 51,1893rd year 43 50,831 52,102Grade 2*1st year 49 53,636 54,9772nd year 51 54,576 55,940*Progression from Photographer Grade 1 toPhotographer Grade 2 (see Sch A of award)Photographers Grade 3** Years 1-31st year 63 61,282 62,8142nd year 65 62,399 63,9593rd year 69 64,985 66,610**Grade 3 requirements in Sch A of awardPhotographic Assistant 22 41,525 42,563 23 42,477 43,539 25 43,248 44,329 26 43,598 44,688Preparator - Grade 1, Powerhouse 45 51,707 53,000Museum Years 1-3 48 53,089 54,416 51 54,576 55,940Grade II - Years 1-2 55 56,644 58,060 - 68 -
  • 69. 59 58,858 60,329Senior Preparator, Powerhouse Museum 63 61,282 62,814 65 62,399 63,959Stores Officer, Powerhouse MuseumGrade 1 31 45,519 46,657 33 46,332 47,490Grade 2 34 46,767 47,936 35 47,145 48,324Grade 3 36 47,625 48,816 37 48,080 49,282Grade 4 39 48,980 50,205 41 49,940 51,189Transport Officer, Powerhouse Museum 47 52,651 53,967 49 53,636 54,977Field Assistant, Dept of Mineral ResourcesYear 1 26 43,598 44,688Year 2 28 44,320 45,428Year 3 31 45,519 46,657Year 4 32 45,959 47,108Year 5 34 46,767 47,936Regional Mining Officer, Dept of Mineral 58 58,249 59,705Resources 61 60,005 61,505 64 61,878 63,425 67 63,781 65,376Regional Mining Officer, Lightning Ridge, 75 68,761 70,480Dept of Mineral Resources 79 71,497 73,284 82 73,709 75,552 85 75,870 77,767Craftsman/Framer, Art Gallery 32 45,959 47,108Gallery Services Officer, Art Gallery 18 40,061 41,063 20 40,752 41,771Supervisor, Gallery Services Officers 23 42,477 43,539Art Gallery -Senior Gallery Services Officer 43 50,831 52,102 45 51,707 53,000 47 52,651 53,967 49 53,636 54,977Installation Officer, Art Gallery 26 43,598 44,688 29 44,777 45,896 32 45,959 47,108Senior Installation Officer, Art Gallery 32 45,959 47,108 35 47,145 48,324 - 69 -
  • 70. Display Technician, Art GalleryGrade 1 45 51,707 53,000 48 53,089 54,416 51 54,576 55,940Grade 2 55 56,644 58,060 59 58,858 60,329Senior Display Technician 63 61,282 62,814 65 62,399 63,959Bar Manager, Police Academy 34 46,767 47,936Building Manager, NSW Police 60 59,404 60,889 61 60,005 61,505 63 61,282 62,814Driving Instructor, NSW Police College 68 64,249 65,855 69 64,985 66,610 72 66,848 68,519General Assistant, NSW Police College 19 40,410 41,420 20 40,752 41,771 22 41,525 42,563 23 42,477 43,539 25 43,248 44,329Groom, Mounted Police 16 38,696 39,663 18 40,061 41,063Maintenance Attendant, Goulburn Police 41,525 42,563College 22Senior Basement Attendant, Police 29 44,777 45,896Headquarters 31 45,519 46,657 32 45,959 47,108 34 46,767 47,936Storeman/Attendant, Police Headquarters 17 39,670 40,662Uniform Fitter and Advisory Officer, 37 48,080 49,282NSW PolicePolice ArmourerYear 1 51 54,576 55,940Year 2 55 56,644 58,060Year 3 58 58,249 59,705Year 4 59 58,858 60,329General Assistant, State Library 23 42,477 43,539Photographic Operator, State Library 23 42,477 43,539 26 43,598 44,688Museum Assistant, Historic Houses TrustGrade 1 Years 1 to 4 20 40,752 41,771 - 70 -
  • 71. 21 41,142 42,171 25 43,248 44,329 27 43,949 45,048Grade 2, Years 1 to 5 30 45,159 46,288 31 45,519 46,657 34 46,767 47,936 35 47,145 48,324 36 47,625 48,816Museum Guide, Historic Houses Trust 28 44,320 45,428Years 1 to 6 30 45,159 46,288 32 45,959 47,108 34 46,767 47,936 36 47,625 48,816 39 48,980 50,205Chief Guide, Historic Houses Trust 48 53,089 54,416 51 54,576 55,940Timber Inspectors, State ForestsChief Timber Inspector 92 81,224 83,255Deputy Chief Timber Inspector 77 70,113 71,866 80 72,273 74,080Senior Timber Inspector 67 63,781 65,376 68 64,249 65,855 69 64,985 66,610Timber Inspector 45 51,707 53,000 47 52,651 53,967 49 53,636 54,977 51 54,576 55,940 53 55,603 56,993 56 57,175 58,604 58 58,249 59,705Entrance Attendant, Royal Botanic Gardens 30 45,159 46,288Herbarium Assistants, Royal Botanic GardensGrade 1 18 40,061 41,063 22 41,525 42,563 25 43,248 44,329 29 44,777 45,896 32 45,959 47,108Grade 2 34 46,767 47,936 36 47,625 48,816 37 48,080 49,282 39 48,980 50,205Centre Supervisor, State Sports Centre 37 (+10% all 48,080 49,282 purpose allow.)Centre Supervisor, State Sports Centre 40 49,384 50,619 - 71 -
  • 72. Events Technical Officer, State Sports Centre 58 58,249 59,705Maintenance Officer, State Sports Centre 55 56,644 58,060Facilities Manager, State Sports Centre 111 98,159 100,613Assistant Facilities Manager, State Sports Centre 67 63,781 65,376General Assistant, WorkCover 19 40,410 41,420 20 40,752 41,771 22 41,525 42,563 23 42,477 43,539 25 43,248 44,329Day Attendant, Australian Museum 18 40,061 41,063 19 40,410 41,420 20 40,752 41,771 21 41,142 42,171 23 42,477 43,539Preparator, Australian MuseumAssistant Preparator (55) 29 44,777 45,896 34 46,767 47,936 39 48,980 50,205 43 50,831 52,102Cadet Preparator (56) 21 41,142 42,171 25 43,248 44,329Chief Preparator 82 73,709 75,552 84 75,084 76,961Preparator (57) Grade I 46 52,104 53,407 49 53,636 54,977 52 55,131 56,509Grade II 56 57,175 58,604 60 59,404 60,889Senior Preparator 63 61,282 62,814 65 62,399 63,959Cleaner/Messenger/Courtkeeper, 30 45,159 46,288Sheriff’s Office, Attorney-General’s DeptCourtkeeper and Cleaner, Darlinghurst, 27 43,949 45,048Attorney-General’s DeptCourtkeeper/Cleaner and Messenger, 25 43,248 44,329Bathurst, Attorney-General’s DeptCourtkeeper/Cleaner and Messenger, 25 43,248 44,329Queanbeyan (Local Court), Attorney-General’s DeptSecurity Attendant, Attorney-General’s 17 39,670 40,662Dept (formerly Assistant Service Officer) 18 40,061 41,063 20 40,752 41,771 22 41,525 42,563 - 72 -
  • 73. Basement Attendant, Attorney-General’s 23 42,477 43,539Dept (formerly Assistant Service Officer)Property Inspector, Public Trust Office 64 61,878 63,425 67 63,781 65,376 69 64,985 66,610 73 67,539 69,227 Crown Employees Historic Houses Trust (Gardens - Horticulture and Trades Staff) Award 2007Gardens - Horticulture and Trades StaffHistoric Houses TrustClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Horticultural/Trades OfficerLevel One 38,256 39,212Level Two Year 1 42,477 43,539Level Two Year thereafter 43,598 44,688Level Three Year 1 45,159 46,288Level Three Year thereafter 46,767 47,936Level Four Year 1 48,481 49,693Level Four Year thereafter 49,940 51,189Level Five Year 1 51,707 53,000Level Five Year thereafter 53,089 54,416Level Six Year 1 54,576 55,940Level Six Year thereafter 56,089 57,491Level Seven Year 1 57,679 59,121Level Seven Year thereafter 59,404 60,889Level Eight Year 1 61,282 62,814Level Eight Year thereafter 63,781 65,376Level Nine Year 1 66,282 67,939Level Nine Year thereafter 68,761 70,480Level Ten Year 1 70,929 72,702Level Ten Year thereafter 72,922 74,745Level Eleven Year 1 78,929 80,902Level Eleven Year thereafter 83,832 85,928 Crown Employees (Home Care Service of New South Wales - Administrative Staff) Award 2007Home Care Service of New South Wales Administrative StaffClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% - 73 -
  • 74. $ $Home Care Gradings and Pay Scales -Grade 1 -Step 1 29 44,777 45,896Step 2 33 46,332 47,490Grade 2 -Step 1 35 47,145 48,324Step 2 38 48,481 49,693Grade 3 -Step 1 40 49,384 50,619Step 2 43 50,831 52,102Grade 4 -Step 1 45 51,707 53,000Step 2 49 53,636 54,977Grade 5 -Step 1 52 55,131 56,509Step 2 56 57,175 58,604Grade 6 -Step 1 58 58,249 59,705Step 2 62 60,571 62,085Grade 7 -Step 1 64 61,878 63,425Step 2 68 64,249 65,855Grade 8 -Step 1 70 65,626 67,267Step 2 74 68,075 69,777Grade 9 -Step 1 76 69,518 71,256Step 2 79 71,497 73,284Grade 10 -Step 1 81 72,922 74,745Step 2 84 75,084 76,961Grade 11 -Step 1 86 76,548 78,462Step 2 89 78,929 80,902Grade 12 -Step 1 90 79,710 81,703Step 2 94 82,959 85,033Grade 13 -Step 1 96 84,711 86,829Step 2 100 88,220 90,426Grade 14 -Step 1 102 89,930 92,178 - 74 -
  • 75. Step 2 105 92,513 94,826Grade 15 -Step 1 107 94,382 96,742Step 2 110 97,210 99,640Grade 16 -Step 1 112 99,116 101,594Step 2 115 102,024 104,575Grade 17 -Step 1 117 104,050 106,651Step 2 120 107,394 110,079Grade 18 -Step 1 121 108,317 111,025Step 2 124 111,665 114,457Grade 19 -Step 1 126 114,121 116,974Step 2 130 119,149 122,128 Crown Employees (Jenolan Caves Reserve Trust Division) Salaries AwardJenolan Caves Reserve Trust OfficersClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Administration Officer 48,784 50,004Administration Officer (Special) 50,558 51,822Business Development Manager 91,581 93,871Caretaker Jenolan Cottages 46,937 48,110Manager Caving Operations 73,709 75,552Director 133,318 136,651Guide - Grade 1 46,937 48,110Guide - Grade 2 48,784 50,004Maintenance Officer 44,260 45,367Karst Resources Officer 70,423 72,184Senior Finance Officer 78,139 80,092Guide - Grade 3 52,419 53,729System Administrator/Finance Officer 70,423 72,184Team Leader - Electrical 61,022 62,548Team Leader - Maintenance 61,022 62,548Trades Officer 50,558 51,822Trades Officer - Electrical (W/ends) 57,565 59,004Visitor Services Officer (Tickers - PT)* 46,937 48,110 - 75 -
  • 76. *Visitor Services Officer part-time works four days per week. Base rate is 80 per cent ofLevel 1A base rate Crown Employees - Legal Officers (Crown Solicitors Office, Office of Legal Aid Commission, Office of Director of Public Prosecutions and Parliamentary Counsels Office) AwardLegal OfficersClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Legal OfficersGrade I1st year of service 51 54,576 55,9402nd year of service 55 56,644 58,0603rd year of service 58 58,249 59,7054th year of service 61 60,005 61,5055th year of service 65 62,399 63,959Grade II1st year of service 73 67,539 69,2272nd year of service 78 70,929 72,7023rd year of service 84 75,084 76,9614th year of service 89 78,929 80,9025th year of service 93 82,077 84,129Grade III1st year of service 98 86,498 88,6602nd year of service 101 89,076 91,3033rd year of service 105 92,513 94,826Grade IV1st year of service 112 99,116 101,5942nd year of service 114 101,024 103,550Grade V1st year of service 119 106,236 108,8922nd year of service 121 108,317 111,025Grade VI1st year of service 126 114,121 116,9742nd year of service 128 116,526 119,439 Crown Employees (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences - Casual Guide Lecturers) Award 2007Casual Guide Lecturers - Museum of Applied Arts and SciencesClassification 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per hour Per hour 2.5% - 76 -
  • 77. $ $Casual Guide Lecturer 38.56 39.52 Crown Employees (NSW Attorney General’s Department - Reporting Services Branch) Sound Reporters Award 2007Multi-Skilled Reporters and Sound Reporters Dual RemoteClassification and Grade Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Trainee Multi-Skilled Sound Reporter Year 1 46 52,104 53,407Multi-Skilled Sound Reporter Year 2 52 55,131 56,509Multi-Skilled Sound Reporter Year 3 55 56,644 58,060Multi-Skilled Sound Reporter Year 4 58 58,249 59,705Multi-Skilled Sound Reporter Year 5 61 60,005 61,505Sound Reporter Dual Remote 64 61,878 63,425 Crown Employees (New South Wales Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care) Residential Centre Support Services Staff AwardResidential Centre Support Services Staff - Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Schedule ATransport DriverUp to 2,950 kilograms 42,678 43,745Over 2,950 kilos and up to 4,650 kilos* 43,026 44,102Over 4,650 kilos and up to 7,700 kilos* 43,392 44,477Over 7,700 kilos and up to 10,800 kilos* 43,836 44,932Over 10,800 kilos and up to 12,350 kilos* 44,214 45,319Over 12,350 kilos and up to 15,5000 kilos* 44,563 45,677Over 15,500 kilos and up to 21,000 kilos* 45,000 46,125Over 21,000 kilos and up to 22,450 kilos* 45,369 46,503*Manufacturers Gross Vehicle MassExtra Hand 42,678 43,745Services Support Officer -Grade 1 39,217 40,197Grade 2 40,273 41,280Grade 3 41,585 42,625Apprentice Cook -1st six months (50%) 21,340 21,874 - 77 -
  • 78. 2nd six months (70%) 29,875 30,6223rd six months (80%) 34,143 34,9974th six months (85%) 36,277 37,1845th six months (90%) 38,411 39,3716th six months (95%) 40,544 41,558Hunter Residences -Head Chef 57,624 59,065Chef 51,016 52,291Metro Residences -Head Chef 46,496 47,658Deputy Head Chef 44,563 45,677Chef 43,836 44,932Other Residences -Head Chef 44,563 45,677Deputy Head Chef 43,836 44,932Chef 42,678 43,745Outdoor Attendant Sewerage Works - Peat Island 44,563 45,677Gardener (Tradesperson) 47,070 48,247Gardener (non-Tradesperson) 44,214 45,319Instructor Woodwork -Without Qualifications - 1st Year 51,014 52,289Without Qualifications - 2nd Year 51,980 53,280Without Qualifications - Thereafter 52,509 53,822With Qualifications - 1st Year 52,098 53,400With Qualifications - 2nd Year 53,434 54,770With Qualifications - Thereafter 53,976 55,325Technical Instructor Without Qualifications -1st Year 47,952 49,1512nd Year 48,342 49,551Thereafter 48,891 50,113Technical Instructor With Qualifications -1st Year 49,764 51,0082nd Year 50,132 51,385Thereafter 51,014 52,289Therapy Aide -1st Year 42,681 43,7482nd Year 43,396 44,481Thereafter 44,560 45,674Supervisor - Linen Distribution -Rydalmere 44,992 46,117Marsden, Grosvenor 42,987 44,062Schedule B - Special Allowances(i) Services Support Officers Grade 2 additional 13.50 13.84 - 78 -
  • 79. duties allowance per week per week(ii) Sewerage works and grease traps allowance$3.40 Per week (the allowance is notautomatically adjusted in the future)(iii) Sewerage chokages allowance 8.10 8.30 per day per day(iv) Drivers and Extra Hands who handle wet and dry 0.44 0.45garbage shall be paid an allowance per hour per hour per hour(v) Staff members required to handle linen of a 3.83 3.93nauseous nature (other than in sealed bags) per shift per shiftper shift(vi) Leading Hand Allowance (Per Week) Per weekIn charge of 2 to 5 other officers 27.85 28.55In charge of 6 to 10 other officers 39.70 40.69In charge of 11 to 15 other officers 50.55 51.81In charge of 16 to 19 other officers 61.90 63.45(vii) A Boiler Attendant required to attend more 733.40 751.74than one high pressure boiler per annum per annum(viii) Uniform Allowance - If the uniform of astaff member is not laundered at the expense ofthe Department - $5.35 per weekSchedule C - Allowances(i) Cold Places - Where temperature is reduced 0.67 0.69by artificial means to below 0 degrees Celsius per hour per hour(ii) Confined Spaces 0.85 0.87 per hour per hour(iii) Dirty Work 0.67 0.69 per hour per hour(iv) Height Money 0.67 0.69Staff members working at a height of 7.5 metres per hour per hourfrom the ground, deck, floor or waterAnd for every additional 3 metres 0.20 0.21 - 79 -
  • 80. per hour per hour(v) Hot PlacesStaff members working in the shade in places where:the temperature is raised by artificial means to 0.67 0.69between 46 degrees Celsius and 54 degrees Celsius per hour per hourthe temperature exceeds 54 degrees Celsius 0.85 0.87 per hour per hour(vi)(a) Insulation MaterialStaff members working in any room or similar 0.56 0.57area or in any confined (unventilated) space where per hour per hourpumice or other unrecognised insulating materialis being used in insulating workWhere the insulating material is silicate 0.85 0.87 per hour per hour(b) AsbestosA staff member required to work with any materials 0.67 0.69containing asbestos and where safeguards include the per hour per hourmandatory wearing of protective equipment(vii) Wet Places(a) (1) A staff member working in a place wherewater other than rain is falling so that their clothing 0.67 0.69shall be appreciably wet and/or water, oil or mud per hour per hourunderfoot is sufficient to saturate their boots(2) Where a staff member is required to work in 0.67 0.69the rain per hour per hour(b) A staff member is called upon to work knee- 5.30 5.43deep in mud or water per day per day(viii) Acid Furnaces, Stills, etc.- A staff member 3.45 3.54engaged on the construction or alteration per hour per houror repairs to boilers, flues, furnaces, retorts, kilns,ovens, ladles and similar refractory work(ix) Depth Money - A staff member engaged in 0.67 0.69tunnels, cylinders, caissons, coffer dams and per hour per hoursewer work and in underground shafts exceeding3 metres in depth - 80 -
  • 81. (x) Swinging Scaffolds -(a) A staff member working in a bosuns chair oron a swinging scaffold shall be paid:For the first four hours whilst so engaged 4.92 5.04 per hour per hourAfter four hours 0.99 1.01 per hour per hour(xi) Spray Application - carried out in other than 0.67 0.69a properly constructed booth per hour per hour(xii) Roof Work 0.85 0.87 per hour per hour(xiii) Explosive Powered ToolsStaff members required to use explosive powered 0.04 0.04tools shall be paid per hour per hourWith a minimum payment per day 1.57 1.61 per day per hour(xiv) Toxic and Obnoxious Substances -(a) A staff member engaged in either the 0.85 0.87preparation and/or the application of toxic or per hour per hourepoxy based materials(b) In addition, staff members applying such 0.58 0.59material in buildings where the air-conditioning per hour per hourplant is not operating.(c) Where there is an absence of adequate naturalventilation, the employer shall provide ventilationby artificial means and/or supply an approvedtype of respirator and, in addition, protectiveclothing shall be supplied where recommendedby the Department.(d) Staff members working in close proximity to 0.67 0.69staff members so engaged per hour per hourSchedule D - Existing staff as at 19/4/99Outdoor Attendant (Other) 11th year and 42,340 43,399thereafter Current incumbents only per annum per annum - 81 -
  • 82. Crown Employees (NSW Department of Community Services) After Hours Service AwardAfter Hour Service - Department of Community Services 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per day Per day 2.5% $ $Monday 5.00 pm to Saturday 9.00 am 86.06 88.21Saturday 9.00 am to Sunday 9.00 am 129.07 132.30Sunday 9.00 am to Monday 9.00 am 129.07 132.30Public Holiday 129.07 132.30Other Rates and AllowancesDisturbance Rate 25.79 26.43 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Lands - Departmental Officers) AwardDepartmental Officer - Department of LandsClassifications and Grades CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 NO. Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $General Scale Year 1 7 30,432 31,193 Year 2 11 36,809 37,729 Year 3 17 39,670 40,662 Year 4 20 40,752 41,771 Year 5 23 42,477 43,539 Year 6 25 43,248 44,329 Year 7 28 44,320 45,428 Year 8 32 45,959 47,108 Year 9 36 47,625 48,816 Year 10 40 49,384 50,619Grade 1-2 (Level 1) Year 1 46 52,104 53,407 Year 2 49 53,636 54,977 Year 3 52 55,131 56,509 Year 4 55 56,644 58,060Grade 3-4 (Level 2) Year 1 58 58,249 59,705 Year 2 61 60,005 61,505 Year 3 64 61,878 63,425 Year 4 67 63,781 65,376Grade 5-6 (Level 3) Year 1 75 68,761 70,480 Year 2 78 70,929 72,702 Year 3 82 73,709 75,552 Year 4 85 75,870 77,767Grade 7-8 (Level 4) Year 1 88 78,142 80,096 - 82 -
  • 83. Year 2 91 80,479 82,491 Year 3 95 83,832 85,928 Year 4 98 86,498 88,660Grade 9-10 (Level 5) Year 1 101 89,076 91,303 Year 2 104 91,580 93,870 Year 3 108 95,319 97,702 Year 4 111 98,159 100,613Grade 11 (Level 6) Year 1 116 103,026 105,602 Year 2 120 107,394 110,079Grade 12 (Level 7) Year 1 126 114,121 116,974 Year 2 130 119,149 122,128Senior Officer Grade 1 (Level 8) Year 1 - 133,318 136,651 Year 2 - 143,654 147,245Senior Officer Grade 2 (Level 9) Year 1 - 146,085 149,737 Year 2 - 156,384 160,294Senior Officer Grade 3 (Level 10) Year 1 - 161,618 165,658 Year 2 - 177,409 181,844 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Lands - Graphic Service Operators) AwardClassification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Graphic Service Operator Class 2Commencing Salary 46 52,104 53,407After completion of stage 1 training 49 53,636 54,977After completion of stage 2 training 52 55,131 56,509After completion of stage 3 training 55 56,644 58,060Graphic Service Operator Class 1Commencing Salary 58 58,249 59,705After completion of stage 1 training 61 60,005 61,505After completion of stage 2 training 64 61,878 63,425After completion of stage 3 training 67 63,781 65,376After completion of stage 4 training 75 68,761 70,480After completion of stage 5 training 78 70,929 72,702Graphic Services Operator - Shift SupervisorCommencement salary 88 78,142 80,096Year 2 91 80,479 82,491Year 3 95 83,832 85,928Year 4 98 86,498 88,660 - 83 -
  • 84. Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Domestic Services Officers AwardDomestic Services Officers - Department of Primary IndustriesClassification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Domestic Services Officers(A) Full Time (Old Classifications)Level 1 17 39,670 40,662Porter, Pantry Person, Store Person, Useful,Steward, House Person, Kitchen Person, BoilerAttendant, Fourth Cook, General ServicesOfficer Grade 1Level 2 23 42,477 43,539Cook 1, 2 and 3, Butcher, Kitchen Supervisor,General Services Officer Grade 2,General Services Officer Grade 3, SecurityOfficer Grade 1Level 3 31 45,519 46,657Security Officer Grade 2, Assistant HouseSupervisor, Security Officer Grade 3Level 4 44 51,209 52,489House SupervisorLevel 5 70 65,626 67,267Manager Catering and AccommodationApprentice Cook (Per week) Per week $1st Year - 420.90 431.422nd Year - 555.60 569.493rd Year - 687.20 704.384th Year - 804.30 824.41Other Rates and AllowancesQualification - Commercial Cookery TradeCourseStage I (Per annum) - 739 757Qualification - Commercial Cookery TradeCourseStage II and III (Per annum) - 1,482 1,519Broken Shift (Per day) - 12.48 12.79 - 84 -
  • 85. Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Fisheries Staff AwardFisheries StaffAdministrative and Clerical Officers Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $General ScaleYear 1 9 34,483 35,345Year 2 17 39,670 40,662Year 3 25 43,248 44,329Year 4 32 45,959 47,108Year 5 40 49,384 50,619Clerical Officers - Grade 1/2Year 1 9 34,483 35,345Year 2 17 39,670 40,662Year 3 25 43,248 44,329Year 4 32 45,959 47,108Year 5 40 49,384 50,619Fisheries Officers - Grade 1Year 1 52 55,131 56,509Grade 2Year 1 58 58,249 59,705Year 2 64 61,878 63,425Grade 3Year 1 64 61,878 63,425Year 2 67 63,781 65,376District Fisheries OfficerYear 1 78 70,929 72,702Year 2 85 75,870 77,767Supervising Fisheries OfficerYear 1 101 89,076 91,303Year 2 104 91,580 93,870Clause 4 (i)(a) Fisheries Officers receive asalary loading of 13.7%Fisheries Scientific TechniciansGrade 1Year 1 - 38,083 39,035Year 2 - 40,643 41,659Year 3 - 43,248 44,329Year 4 - 45,774 46,918Year 5 - 48,337 49,545Year 6 - 50,897 52,169Grade 2 - 85 -
  • 86. Year 1 - 52,944 54,268Year 2 - 55,728 57,121Year 3 - 58,516 59,979Grade 3Year 1 - 61,301 62,834Year 2 - 64,459 66,070Year 3 - 69,515 71,253Grade 4Year 1 - 70,775 72,544Year 2 - 72,912 74,735Year 3 - 75,084 76,961Grade 5Year 1 - 77,837 79,783Year 2 - 80,624 82,640Year 3 - 83,832 85,928Fisheries Maintenance TechnicianGrade 1Year 1 - 38,083 39,035Year 2 - 40,643 41,659Year 3 - 43,248 44,329Year 4 - 45,774 46,918Year 5 - 48,337 49,545Year 6 - 50,897 52,169Grade 2Year 1 - 52,944 54,268Year 2 - 55,728 57,121Year 3 - 58,516 59,979Grade 3Year 1 - 61,301 62,834Year 2 - 64,459 66,070Year 3 - 69,515 71,253Grade 4Year 1 - 70,775 72,544Year 2 - 72,912 74,735Year 3 - 75,084 76,961Grade 5Year 1 - 77,837 79,783Year 2 - 80,624 82,640Year 3 - 83,832 85,928Fish Hatchery StaffAssistant ManagerYear 1 - 52,944 54,268Year 2 - 55,728 57,121Year 3 - 58,517 59,980 - 86 -
  • 87. ManagerYear 1 - 61,301 62,834Year 2 - 64,459 66,070Year 3 - 69,518 71,256Clause 4 (i)(c) Fish Hatchery Staff receive asalary loading of 11.05%Senior Manager -Year 1 - 123,801 126,896Year 2 - 135,758 139,152Other Rates and AllowancesBrief DescriptionRegional Dive Coordinator 1,766 1,810Regional Dive Officer 1,238 1,269 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries - Forests NSW) Forestry Field Officers AwardForestry Field Officers - Forests NSW Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annumClassification and grades Point 2.5% $ $Forest AssistantGrade 1 First Year 36 47,625 48,816 Second Year 42 50,332 51,590 Third Year 46 52,104 53,407 Fourth Year 50 54,155 55,509 Fifth Year 63 61,282 62,814Grade 2 First Year 70 65,626 67,267 Second Year 77 70,113 71,866ForesterGrade 1 First Year 50 54,155 55,509 Second Year 63 61,282 62,814 Third Year 70 65,626 67,267 Fourth Year 77 70,113 71,866 Fifth Year 87 77,372 79,306 Sixth Year 94 82,959 85,033Grade 2 First Year 99 87,328 89,511 Second Year 103 90,757 93,026 Third Year 105 92,513 94,826Grade 3 109 96,266 98,673Grade 4 111 98,159 100,613Grade 5 113 100,070 102,572Grade 6 First Year 126 114,121 116,974 Second Year 128 116,526 119,439 - 87 -
  • 88. Grade 7 130 119,149 122,128 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries - Forests NSW) Senior Staff AwardSenior Staff - Forests NSWClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Level 1 118,671 121,638 125,480 128,617Level 2 125,481 128,618 135,608 138,998Level 3 135,609 138,999 142,404 145,964Level 4 142,405 145,965 146,265 149,922 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Geoscientists AwardGeoscientists, Department of Primary Industries Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $GeoscientistsGrade I1st year of service 47 52,651 53,9672nd year of service 51 54,576 55,9403rd year of service 57 57,679 59,1214th year of service 64 61,878 63,4255th year of service 71 66,282 67,9396th year of service and thereafter 77 70,113 71,866Grade II1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 85 75,870 77,7673rd year of service 89 78,929 80,9024th year of service and thereafter 94 82,959 85,033Senior1st year of service 97 85,562 87,7012nd year of service 99 87,328 89,5113rd year of service 102 89,930 92,1784th year of service and thereafter 105 92,513 94,826 - 88 -
  • 89. Principal1st year of service 111 98,159 100,6132nd year of service and thereafter 114 101,024 103,550Assistant Director, Geological Survey1st year of service 119 106,236 108,8922nd year of service 124 111,665 114,4573rd year of service and thereafter 128 116,526 119,439 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Land Information Officers AwardLand Information Officers - Department of Primary IndustriesClassification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Land Information Officer Level 1Year 1 20 40,752 41,771Year 2 27 43,949 45,048Year 3 36 47,625 48,816Year 4 46 52,104 53,407Land Information Officer Level 2Year 1 52 55,131 56,509Year 2 57 57,679 59,121Year 3 62 60,571 62,085Land Information Officer Level 3Year 1 67 63,781 65,376Year 2 71 66,282 67,939Year 3 75 68,761 70,480Year 4 78 70,929 72,702Land Information Officer Level 4Year 1 82 73,709 75,552Year 2 85 75,870 77,767Year 3 88 78,142 80,096Land Information Officer Level 5Year 1 91 80,479 82,491Year 2 94 82,959 85,033Year 3 98 86,498 88,660Land Information Officer Level 6Year 1 101 89,076 91,303Year 2 105 92,513 94,826Year 3 108 95,319 97,702Year 4 111 98,159 100,613Land Information Officer Level 7Year 1 116 103,026 105,602 - 89 -
  • 90. Year 2 120 107,394 110,079Year 3 126 114,121 116,974Year 4 130 119,149 122,128 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Local Coordinator Allowance Award 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Staff Administered by Local Office CoordinatorFull Allowance -Up to three staff 2,050 2,101Up to six staff 3,072 3,149Up to ten staff 4,099 4,201More than ten staff 6,148 6,302Partial Allowance -Up to three staff 1,024 1,050Up to six staff 1,537 1,575Up to ten staff 2,050 2,101More than ten staff 3,074 3,151 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Mine Safety and Environment Officers Award Classification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 and Grade Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Inspector Grade 1 -Mine Safety Officer Level 1 50 54,155 55,509Inspector (Information and Analysis) Level 2 57 57,679 59,121Inspector (Mining) Level 3 63 61,282 62,814Inspector (Environment) Level 4 69 64,985 66,610 Level 5 75 68,761 70,480 Level 6 80 72,273 74,080 Level 7 92 81,224 83,255 Level 8 102 89,930 92,178 Level 9 112 99,116 101,594Inspector Grade 2 -Inspector (Review, Enforcement and Level 1 112,848 115,669Systems)Mine Safety Officer Level 2 - 116,640 119,556Inspector (Mining) Level 3 - 120,350 123,359Inspector (Environment) Level 4 - 123,378 126,462 - 90 -
  • 91. Level 5 - 127,483 130,670 Level 6 - 130,619 133,884Inspector Grade 3 -Inspector (Management and/or Systems) Level 1 - 143,983 147,583Inspector (Mining) Level 2 - 149,317 153,050Inspector (Environment) Level 3 - 155,143 159,022 Level 4 - 160,891 164,913 Level 5 - 166,639 170,805Inspector Grade 4 -Regional Manager Grade 4 Level 1 - 168,895 173,117Assistant Director Level 2 - 175,154 179,533Deputy Chief Inspector Grade 4 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Operational Staff AwardOperational Staff - NSW Department of Primary IndustriesClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $JuniorUnder 17 - 29,432 30,168at 17 years - 35,739 36,632Grade 1Step 1 - 42,044 43,095Step 2 26 43,598 44,688Step 3 29 44,777 45,896Step 4 33 46,332 47,490Grade 2Step 1 36 47,625 48,816Step 2 39 48,980 50,205Step 3 43 50,831 52,102Step 4 46 52,104 53,407Grade 3Step 1 46 52,104 53,407Step 2 50 54,155 55,509Step 3 53 55,603 56,993Grade 4Step 1 56 57,175 58,604Step 2 60 59,404 60,889Step 3 63 61,282 62,814Grade 5Step 1 63 61,282 62,814Step 2 66 63,136 64,714 - 91 -
  • 92. Step 3 70 65,626 67,267Grade 6Step 1 73 67,539 69,227Step 2 76 69,518 71,256Step 3 80 72,273 74,080Apprentices Full-time (Weekly Rate)Year 1 - 420.90 431.42Year 2 - 555.60 569.49Year 3 - 707.90 725.60Year 4 - 804.30 824.41Chokage, etc., allowance per day or part - 7.86 8.06thereof per day per dayMaintenance Operator - Licence and RegistrationAllowances Per Per annum annumElectricians Licence A Grade - 2,190 2,245B Grade - 1,178 1,207Registration Allowance - 1,649 1,690(a) Plumber’s Licence - 2,165 2,219(b) Gasfitter’s Licence - 2,165 2,219(c) Drainer’s Licence - 1,866 1,913(d) Plumber’s/Gasfitter’s Licence - 2,889 2,961(e) Gasfitter’s/Drainer’s Licence - 2,889 2,961(f) Plumber’s/Drainer’s Licence - 2,889 2,961(g) Plumber’s/Gasfitter’s/Drainer’s Licence - 3,986 4,086Leading Hand Allowance - 1,908 1,956 per annum per annumBroken Shift - 12.15 12.45 per day per dayOccupational First Aid - 21.6 22.14 per week per weekFirst Aid Allowance - 14.5 14.86 per week per weekRefrigeration Allowance - 578 592 per annum per annum Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Professional Officers AwardProfessional Officers - Department of Primary IndustriesClassification and Grades Salary Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Class Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $ - 92 -
  • 93. Grade 1Year 1 46 46 52,104 53,407Year 2 50 50 54,155 55,509Year 3 56 56 57,175 58,604Year 4 64 64 61,878 63,425Year 5 70 70 65,626 67,267Year 6 76 76 69,518 71,256Grade 2Year 1 81 81 72,922 74,745Year 2 84 84 75,084 76,961Year 3 87 87 77,372 79,306Year 4 91 91 80,479 82,491Grade 3Year 1 95 95 83,832 85,928Year 2 98 98 86,498 88,660Year 3 100 100 88,220 90,426Year 4 103 103 90,757 93,026Grade 4Year 1 107 107 94,382 96,742Year 2 110 110 97,210 99,640Year 3 113 113 100,070 102,572Grade 5Year 1 116 116 103,026 105,602Year 2 118 118 105,083 107,710Grade 6Year 1 121 121 108,317 111,025Year 2 124 124 111,665 114,457Grade 7Year 1 127 127 115,317 118,200Year 2 130 130 119,149 122,128Grade 8Year 1 132 - 124,970 128,094Year 2 133 - 131,265 134,547Grade 9Year 1 134 - 137,908 141,356Year 2 135 - 144,889 148,511OIC Veterinary LaboratoryAllowance - 6,148 6,302 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Regulatory Officers AwardClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% - 93 -
  • 94. $ $Grade 1, Year 1 29 44,777 45,896Grade 1, Year 2 33 46,332 47,490Grade 1, Year 3 37 48,080 49,282Grade 2, Year 1 42 50,332 51,590Grade 2, Year 2 50 54,155 55,509Grade 2, Year 3 56 57,175 58,604Grade 3, Year 1 62 60,571 62,085Grade 3, Year 2 70 65,626 67,267Grade 3, Year 3 74 68,075 69,777Grade 4, Year 1 78 70,929 72,702Grade 4, Year 2 81 72,922 74,745Grade 5, Year 1 85 75,870 77,767Grade 5, Year 2 88 78,142 80,096Grade 6, Year 1 95 83,832 85,928Grade 6, Year 2 98 86,498 88,660Grade 7, Year 1 100 88,220 90,426Grade 7, Year 2 103 90,757 93,026Grade 8, Year 1 107 94,382 96,742Grade 8, Year 2 110 97,210 99,640Grade 8, Year 3 113 100,070 102,572AllowancesOne person crossing relief allowance - 4,801 4,921One person crossing telephone allowance - 2,372 2,431 Crown Employees (NSW Department of Primary Industries) Technical Staff AwardTechnical Staff - NSW Department of Primary IndustriesClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Technical Assistant -JuniorUnder 17 n/a 21,799 22,344Age 17 n/a 26,158 26,812Age 18 n/a 30,520 31,283Age 19 n/a 34,881 35,753Age 20 n/a 39,239 40,220Grade 11st Year 26 43,598 44,6882nd Year 29 44,777 45,896 rd3 Year and thereafter 33 46,332 47,490 - 94 -
  • 95. Grade 21st Year 36 47,625 48,816 nd2 Year and thereafter 39 48,980 50,205Grade 31st Year 43 50,831 52,102 nd2 Year and thereafter 46 52,104 53,407Technical Officer -Grade 11st Year 46 52,104 53,4072nd Year 50 54,155 55,5093rd Year 53 55,603 56,9934th Year and thereafter 56 57,175 58,604Grade 21st Year 64 61,878 63,4252nd Year 67 63,781 65,3763rd Year 70 65,626 67,2674th Year and thereafter 76 69,518 71,256Grade 31st Year 81 72,922 74,7452nd Year 84 75,084 76,9613rd Year 87 77,372 79,3064th Year and thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade 41st Year 95 83,832 85,9282nd Year 98 86,498 88,6603rd Year 100 88,220 90,4264th Year and thereafter 103 90,757 93,026Grade 51st Year 107 94,382 96,7422nd Year 110 97,210 99,6403rd Year and thereafter 113 100,070 102,572Technical Co-ordinator Allowance - 2,340 2,399 Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Communications Officers) Award Communications Officer - NSW Police Force Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per Classifications Point annum annum 2.5% $ $Communications OfficerTrainee 35 47,145 48,3241st year 40 49,384 50,619 - 95 -
  • 96. 2nd year 46 52,104 53,4073 rd year 49 53,636 54,9774th year 55 56,644 58,0605th year 58 58,249 59,705Senior Communications Officer1st year 64 61,878 63,4252nd year 67 63,781 65,376Shift Co-ordinators1st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,7023 rd year 82 73,709 75,5524th year 85 75,870 77,767Radio and Communications Operators4th year 52 55,131 56,5095th year 55 56,644 58,060 Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Special Constables) (Police Band) AwardSpecial Constables (Police Bands) NSW Police ForceClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per Point annum 2.5% $ $Bandsperson1st year of service 41 49,940 51,1892nd year of service 43 50,831 52,1023rd year of service 45 51,707 53,0004th year of service 47 52,651 53,9675th year of service 52 55,131 56,5096th year of service and thereafter 54 56,089 57,491Senior Special Constable - 58,199 59,654Allowance - Doubling 926 949 Crown Employees (NSW Police Force Special Constables) (Security) AwardSpecial Constables (Security) NSW Police Force Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per week Per week 2.5% $ $Special Constable (Security)1st year of service 834.80 855.702nd year of service 849.20 870.40 - 96 -
  • 97. 3rd year of service and thereafter 865.60 887.20Special Constable (Security) First Class1st year of service and 880.80 902.80ThereafterSenior Special Constable (Security)1st year of service 942.70 966.302nd year of service and 963.50 987.60ThereafterSpecial Constable (Security), Field Supervisor1st year of service 1078.10 1105.102nd year of service and 1101.30 1128.80ThereafterOther rates and allowancesFull time Special Constables (Security) 56.90 58.30Monday to Friday Shift AllowanceFull time Special Constables (Security), 161.10 165.10Saturday and Sunday Shift Allowance Crown Employees (NSW TAFE Commission - Administrative and Support Staff Conditions of Employment) Award 2009Allowances 1.7.10 1.7.11 $ $On call allowance per hour per hour 0.82 0.84Community Language Allowance Scheme per per annum annumBase level rate 1,165 1,194Higher level rate 1,750 1,794First Aid Allowance per per annum annumHolders of basic qualification 750 769Holders of current occupational first aidcertificate 1,127 1,155 Crown Employees (Office of the NSW Food Authority - Food Safety Officers) AwardFood Safety OfficersClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per $ annum Point 2.5% $Grade 1, Year 1 - 52,869 54,191 - 97 -
  • 98. Year 2 - 54,383 55,743Year 3 55 56,644 58,060Grade 2, Year 1 - 60,066 61,568Year 2 - 65,321 66,954Year 3 82 73,709 75,552Grade 3, Year 1 - 79,311 81,294Year 2 - 82,155 84,209Year 3 98 86,498 88,660Grade 4, Year 1 - 90,326 92,584Year 2 - 93,449 95,785Year 3 111 98,159 100,613Grade 5, Year 1 116 103,026 105,602Year 2 120 107,394 110,079Grade 6, Year 1 126 114,121 116,974Year 2 130 119,149 122,128 Crown Employees (Office of the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority) Award 2007Professional, Administration and Operational Officers - Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Professional Officer SHFAPO4 - 144,896 148,518 - 139,300 142,783 - 133,590 136,930 Hard BarrierPO3 - 121,171 124,200 128 116,526 119,439 HardBarrier Hard Barrier 124 111,665 114,457 - 108,412 111,122 117 104,049 106,650 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierPO2 115 102,024 104,575 - 98,084 100,536 108 95,319 97,702 Hard Hard Barrier Barrier - 98 -
  • 99. PO1 - 89,820 92,066 97 85,562 87,701 94 82,958 85,032 90 79,710 81,703 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierPO Entry Level 84 75,084 76,961 80 72,273 74,080 76 69,518 71,256 69 64,985 66,610 59 58,858 60,329Administration Officer SHFAAO7 130 119,149 122,128 126 114,121 116,974 120 107,394 110,079 116 103,026 105,602 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO6 111 98,159 100,613 108 95,319 97,702 104 91,580 93,870 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO5 98 86,498 88,660 95 83,832 85,928 91 80,479 82,491 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO4 85 75,870 77,767 82 73,709 75,552 78 70,929 72,702 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO3 67 63,781 65,376 61 60,005 61,505 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO2 55 56,644 58,060 49 53,636 54,977 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO1 40 49,384 50,619 32 45,959 47,108 - 99 -
  • 100. 28 44,320 45,428 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierAO Entry Level 23 42,477 43,539 17 39,670 40,662 11 36,809 37,729 - 32,505 33,318Operational Officer SHFAOO4 98 86,498 88,660 95 83,832 85,928 91 80,479 82,491 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierOO3 85 75,870 77,767 82 73,709 75,552 78 70,929 72,702 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierOO2 67 63,781 65,376 61 60,005 61,505 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierOO1 55 56,644 58,060 49 53,636 54,977 40 49,384 50,619 Hard Hard Barrier BarrierOO Entry Level 32 45,959 47,108 28 44,320 45,428 23 42,477 43,539 17 39,670 40,662 11 36,809 37,729 - 32,505 33,318Control Room Operator SHFA 55 56,644 58,060 Crown Employees (Office of the WorkCover Authority - Inspectors 2007) AwardInspectors - WorkCover AuthorityClassification 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $ - 100 -
  • 101. Inspectorial Stream Managerial StreamProgression LevelLevel 1 80,050 82,051Level 2 82,240 84,296Level 3 86,922 89,095Senior Inspector 1 90,319 92,577Senior Inspector 2 91,168 93,447Principal Inspector 1 District Coordinator 1 93,023 95,349Principal Inspector 2 93,897 96,244 District Coordinator 2 94,864 97,236Assistant State 98,177 100,631Inspector 1Assistant State 99,101 101,579Inspector 2State Inspector 1 Team Coordinator 1 104,854 107,475State Inspector 2 105,840 108,486 Team Coordinator 2 106,929 109,602 State Coordinator 1 109,792 112,537 State Coordinator 2 110,826 113,597 Team Manager 1 123,594 126,684 Team Manager 2 136,543 139,957 Crown Employees (Parks and Gardens - Horticulture and Rangers Staff) Award 2007Classification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Horticultural Apprentice Year 1 - 23,267 23,849Horticultural Apprentice Year 2 - 31,023 31,799Horticultural Apprentice Year 3 - 38,780 39,750Horticultural Apprentice Year 4 27 43,949 45,048Level 1 15 38,256 39,212Level 2, Year 1 (Minimum) 23 42,477 43,539Level 2, (Maximum) 26 43,598 44,688Level 3 Year 1, (Minimum) 30 45,159 46,288Level 3, (Maximum) 34 46,767 47,936Level 4, Year 1, (Minimum) 38 48,481 49,693Level 4, (Maximum) 41 49,940 51,189Level 5, Year 1, (Minimum) 45 51,707 53,000Level 5, (Maximum) 48 53,089 54,416Level 6, Year 1, (Minimum) 51 54,576 55,940 - 101 -
  • 102. Level 6, (Maximum) 54 56,089 57,491Level 7, Year 1, (Minimum) 57 57,679 59,121Level 7, (Maximum) 60 59,404 60,889Level 8, Year 1, (Minimum) 63 61,282 62,814Level 8, Maximum 67 63,781 65,376Level 9, Year 1, (Minimum) 71 66,282 67,939Level 9, (Maximum) 75 68,761 70,480Level 10, Year 1, (Minimum) 78 70,929 72,702Level 10, (Maximum) 81 72,922 74,745Level 11, Year 1, (Minimum) 89 78,929 80,902Level 11, (Maximum) 95 83,832 85,928Level 12, Year 1, (Minimum) 109 96,266 98,673Level 12, (Maximum) 112 99,116 101,594Level 13, Year 1, (Minimum) 115 102,024 104,575Level 13, (Maximum) 118 105,083 107,710Level 14, Year 1, (Minimum) 121 108,317 111,025Level 14, (Maximum) 124 111,665 114,457Level 15, Year 1, (Minimum) 127 115,317 118,200Level 15, (Maximum) 130 119,149 122,128 Crown Employees (Parliamentary Electorate Officers) AwardParliamentary Electorate OfficersClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum annum 2.5% Point $ $Grade 1Year or 18 years 7 30,432 31,193Year 2 min at 20 years 11 36,809 37,729Year 3, min at 21 years 17 39,670 40,662Year 4 20 40,752 41,771Year 5 23 42,477 43,539Year 6 25 43,248 44,329Year 7 28 44,320 45,428Year 8 32 45,959 47,108Year 9 36 47,625 48,816Year 10 40 49,384 50,619Grade 2Year 1 64 61,878 63,425Year 2 67 63,781 65,376Year 3 75 68,761 70,480Year 4 78 70,929 72,702 - 102 -
  • 103. Grade 1 Special Salary ScaleYear 1 52 55,131 56,509Year 2 55 56,644 58,060Year 3 58 58,249 59,705Year 4 61 60,005 61,505Research Assistant to independent Members ofthe Legislative Assembly 98 86,498 88,660AllowancesElectorate Officer, Grade 1 - 4,510 4,623Electorate Officer, Grade 1 Special Salary Scale - 5,410 5,545Electorate Officer, Grade 2 - 7,214 7,394 Crown Employees (Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Music Therapists) AwardPhysiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists and Music Therapists Classification and Grade Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Physiotherapists - Grade 11st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service 76 69,518 71,2567th year of service 81 72,922 74,745Grade 2 85 75,870 77,767Grade 3 92 81,224 83,255Grade 4 95 83,832 85,928Grade 5 98 86,498 88,660Grade 6 100 88,220 90,426Grade 7 103 90,757 93,026Occupational Therapists - Grade 11st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service 76 69,518 71,2567th year of service 81 72,922 74,745Grade 2 85 75,870 77,767 - 103 -
  • 104. Grade 3 92 81,224 83,255Grade 4 95 83,832 85,928Grade 5 98 86,498 88,660Grade 6 100 88,220 90,426Speech Pathologist - Grade 11st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service 76 69,518 71,2567th year of service 81 72,922 74,745Grade 2 85 75,870 77,767Grade 3 92 81,224 83,255Grade 4 95 83,832 85,928Grade 5 98 86,498 88,660Music Therapists1st year of service 31 45,519 46,6572nd year of service 38 48,481 49,6933rd year of service 43 50,831 52,1024th year of service 49 53,636 54,9775th year of service 54 56,089 57,4916th year of service 59 58,858 60,3297th year of service 63 61,282 62,814Sole Allowance - 3(ii)(a) 2,193 2,248Part-time Student Unit Supervisor Allowancefor each student per supervised shift- refer formula in award at 3(ii)(b) 7.96 8.16 Crown Employees (Planning Officers) Award 2008 Soft barrier Hard barrierKey ............... ____________Classification CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 No. Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $PO (Professional) Level 1(a) 59 58,858 60,329 69 64,985 66,610 76 69,518 71,256 80 72,273 74,080 - 104 -
  • 105. 84 75,084 76,961Level 1(b) 90 79,710 81,703 94 82,959 85,033 97 85,562 87,701 - 89,820 92,066PO (Professional) Level 2 108 95,319 97,702 - 98,084 100,536 115 102,024 104,575PO (Professional) Level 3 117 104,050 106,651 - 108,412 111,122 124 111,665 114,457 128 116,526 119,439 - 121,171 124,200PO (Professional) Level 4 - 133,590 136,930 - 139,186 142,666 - 144,896 148,518PO (Professional) Level 5 - 152,586 156,401 - 156,384 160,294PO (Student Planner) 23 42,477 43,539 28 44,320 45,428 32 45,959 47,108 40 49,384 50,619 Crown Employees (Psychologists) AwardPsychologists Classification and Grade 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Psychologist -1st year 54,762 56,1312nd year 57,726 59,1693rd year 60,684 62,2014th year 64,383 65,9935th year 68,085 69,7876th year 71,785 73,5807th year 75,486 77,3738th year 78,447 80,4089th year and thereafter 81,405 83,440Senior Psychologist -1st year 85,847 87,9932nd year 89,547 91,7863rd year and thereafter 93,246 95,577 - 105 -
  • 106. Specialist Psychologist -1st year 78,447 80,4082nd year 82,884 84,9563rd year 87,327 89,5104th year 91,766 94,0605th year and thereafter 96,205 98,610Senior Specialist Psychologist -1st year 100,647 103,1632nd year 103,607 106,1973rd year and thereafter 106,568 109,232Chief Psychologist -1st year 111,722 114,515Principal Psychologist -1st year and thereafter 121,368 124,402Environmental Allowance(Corrective Services and Juvenile Justice) 2,507 2,570 Crown Employees (Research Scientists) Award 2007Research ScientistsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Research Scientist -1st year of service 86 76,548 78,4622nd year of service 91 80,479 82,4913rd year of service 96 84,711 86,8294th year of service 100 88,220 90,426Efficiency Barrier -5th year of service 105 92,513 94,8266th year of service 109 96,266 98,6737th year of service 113 100,070 102,572Senior Research Scientist -1st year of service 115 102,024 104,5752nd year of service 118 105,083 107,7103rd year of service 121 108,317 111,025Efficiency Barrier -4th year of service 124 111,665 114,4575th year of service 127 115,317 118,200Principal Research Scientist -1st year of service 130 119,149 122,1282nd year of service - 121,873 124,9203rd year of service - 124,970 128,094 - 106 -
  • 107. Senior Principal Research Scientist -1st year of service - 133,978 137,3272nd year of service - 143,725 147,318Efficiency Barrier -3rd year of service - 155,970 159,869 Crown Employees (Senior Officers Salaries) Award 2007Senior OfficersClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Grade 1Year 1 133,318 136,651Year 2 143,654 147,245Grade 2Year 1 146,085 149,737Year 2 156,384 160,294Grade 3Year 1 161,618 165,658Year 2 177,409 181,844 Crown Employees (Sheriff’s Officers) Award 2007Sheriff’s Officers Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Chief InspectorYear 2 85 75,870 77,767Year 1 82 73,709 75,552InspectorYear 2 78 70,929 72,702Year 1 75 68,761 70,480SergeantYear 4 67 63,781 65,376Year 3 64 61,878 63,425Year 2 61 60,005 61,505Year 1 58 58,249 59,705Sheriff’s OfficerYear 4 55 56,644 58,060Year 3 52 55,131 56,509 - 107 -
  • 108. Year 2 49 53,636 54,977Year 1 46 52,104 53,407ProbationarySheriff’s Officer 36 47,625 48,816 Crown Employees (State Emergency Service) Learning and Development Officers Award 2007Learning and Development Officers - Full-time, State Emergency Service Classification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 85 75,870 77,7673rd year of service 88 78,142 80,096Thereafter 91 80,479 82,491 Crown Employees (State Emergency Service) Region Controllers Award 2008Region Controllers - State Emergency ServicesClassification CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 NO. Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Salaries of Full-time Region Controllers1st year of service 101 89,076 91,3032nd year of service 104 91,580 93,8703rd year of service 108 95,319 97,702Thereafter 111 98,159 100,613 Crown Employees (State Library Security Staff) Award 2007Security Staff - State LibraryClassification 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $1st year of service 54,558 55,9222nd year of service 56,502 57,9153rd year of service 58,105 59,5584th year of service 59,855 61,351 - 108 -
  • 109. Crown Employees (Technical Officers - Treasury) Award 2007Technical Officers - TreasuryClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Technical Officers - TreasuryGrade 1 126,459 129,620 132,097 135,399 137,919 141,367 143,654 147,245Technical Officers - TreasuryGrade 2 145,990 149,640 151,817 155,612 Crown Employees (Tipstaves to Justices) Award 2007Tipstaff - Attorney General’s DepartmentClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $1st year of service 40 49,384 50,6192nd year of service 42 50,332 51,5903rd year of service 44 51,209 52,489Tipstaff to the Chief Justice 46 52,104 53,407 Crown Employees (Trades Assistants) AwardTrades Assistants Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per week Per week 2.5% $ $Classification -Blacksmiths striker 774.60 794.00Cold saw operator 780.90 800.40Driller (stationary machines) 774.60 794.00Dresser and grinder (portable machines) 788.30 808.00Dresser, shot blast or sand blast-(a) who operates from outside a properly enclosedcabin 780.90 800.40(b) other 814.30 834.70Dogman and/or crane chaser 788.30 808.00 - 109 -
  • 110. Forgers assistant 774.60 794.00Fork Lift Driver (TAFE) 835.10 856.00Assistant Furnaceperson 780.90 800.40General assistant assisting tradespersons or employedin 774.60 794.00a metal and/or electrical workshop (TAFE)General assistant, other (TAFE) 768.10 787.30General assistant/tool storeperson assistingtradespersons 788.30 808.00or employed in a metal and/or electrical workshop(less than 20 hpw toolstore duties) (TAFE)General assistant/tool storeperson, other (less than 813.90 834.2020 hpw toolstore duties) (TAFE)Hammer driver 780.90 800.40Heat treater operative 788.30 808.00Machinist second class (Metal Trades) 822.20 842.80Operator of straight line oxy-acetylene Cutting machine 788.30 808.00Pipe fitter 822.20 842.80Rigger and/or splicer (other than construction work) 849.20 870.40Rigger and/or splicer (construction work) 865.00 886.60Spray painter (ironwork) and/or brush hand 788.30 808.00Tool and/or material storeman 814.30 834.70Tool Storeperson (Classroom only, TAFE) 822.20 842.80Trades assistant (Metal Trades) 774.60 794.00Trades assistant (Electrical Trades) 795.70 815.60Trades assistant 780.90 800.40Cupola furnaceperson (foundries) 822.20 842.80Allowances:Cold Places per hour 0.66 0.68Confined Spaces per hour 0.85 0.87Dirty Work per hour 0.66 0.68Height Money per hour:- At a height of 7.5 m 0.66 0.68- For every additional 3m 0.20 0.21Hot Places per hour:- 46C-54C 0.66 0.68- Above 54C 0.85 0.87Insulation Material per hour:- Pumice or other recognised insulator 0.66 0.68- Silicate 0.85 0.87Smoke Boxes etc per hour:- Working on repairs to smoke boxes, furnaces etc 0.44 0.45 - 110 -
  • 111. - Working on repairs inside oil-fired boilers 1.66 1.70Wet Places per hour 0.66 0.68Working on a boat or punt per day 2.60 2.67Working knee deep in mud or water per day 5.29 5.42Acid, furnaces, stills, etc per hour 3.42 3.51Towers per hour 0.66 0.68Depth money per hour 0.66 0.68Swing Scaffolds:- First four hours (fixed rate) 4.94 5.06- Each hour thereafter 1.01 1.04- Solid plasterers per hour 0.20 0.21Septic Tanks per day 7.97 8.17Distant Places per day:- Area re paragraph 4.17.1 1.30 1.33- Area re paragraph 4.17.2 2.12 2.17- Area re paragraph 4.17.3 2.12 2.17Epoxy Materials per hour 0.85 0.87- Applying to air-conditioned buildings per hour 0.58 0.59- Employees in close proximity per hour 0.66 0.68Foundry per hour 0.50 0.51Asbestos Eradication per hour 2.25 2.31First Aid per day 2.93 3.00 Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales Salaried Employees AwardClassifications and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Clerks -General Scale -1st year (up to 18 years) 7 30,432 31,1932nd year (or 20 years) 11 36,809 37,7293rd year 17 39,670 40,6624th year 20 40,752 41,7715th year 23 42,477 43,5396th year 25 43,248 44,3297th year 28 44,320 45,4288th year 32 45,959 47,1089th year 36 47,625 48,81610th year 40 49,384 50,619At 19 years + (HSC) 9 34,483 35,345Grade 1 -1st year 46 52,104 53,407 - 111 -
  • 112. 2nd year 49 53,636 54,977Grade 2 -1st year 52 55,131 56,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,060Grade 3 -1st year 58 58,249 59,7052nd year 61 60,005 61,505Grade 4 -1st year 64 61,878 63,4252nd year 67 63,781 65,376Grade 5 -1st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,702Grade 6 -1st year 82 73,709 75,5522nd year 85 75,870 77,767Grade 7 -1st year 88 78,142 80,0962nd year 91 80,479 82,491Grade 8 -1st year 95 83,832 85,9282nd year 98 86,498 88,660Grade 9 -1st year 101 89,076 91,3032nd year 104 91,580 93,870Grade 10 -1st year 108 95,319 97,7022nd year 111 98,159 100,613Grade 11 -1st year 116 103,026 105,6022nd year 120 107,394 110,079Grade 12 -1st year 126 114,121 116,9742nd year 130 119,149 122,128Stenographers and Machine Operators1st year (up to 17 years) 2 22,604 23,1692nd year (or 17 years) 5 26,830 27,5013rd year (or 18 years) 7 30,432 31,1934th year (or 19 years ) 9 34,483 35,3455th year (or 20 years) 10 36,473 37,3856th year (or 21 years) 19 40,410 41,4207th year 22 41,525 42,5638th year 24 42,895 43,9679th year 33 46,332 47,490 - 112 -
  • 113. 10th year 35 47,145 48,32411th year 38 48,481 49,69312th year 40 49,384 50,619Grade 1 -1st year 46 52,104 53,4072nd year 49 53,636 54,977Grade 2 -1st year 52 55,131 56,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,060Grade 3 -1st year 58 58,249 59,7052nd year 61 60,005 61,505Clerical Assistants -1st year (or under 17 years) 1 21,183 21,7132nd year (or 17 years) 3 23,795 24,3903rd year (or 18 years ) 6 28,630 29,3464th year (or 19 years) 8 32,518 33,3315th year (or 20 years) 9 34,483 35,3456th year (or 21 years) 15 38,256 39,2127th year 17 39,670 40,6628th year 20 40,752 41,7719th year 22 41,525 42,563Class 1 -1st year 25 43,248 44,3292nd year 28 44,320 45,428Class 2 -1st year 32 45,959 47,1082nd year 35 47,145 48,324Class 3 -1st year 37 48,080 49,2822nd year 40 49,384 50,619Class 4 -1st year 42 50,332 51,5902nd year 44 51,209 52,489Typists and Communications Assistants -1st year (or under 17) 2 22,604 23,1692nd year (or 17 years ) 4 25,229 25,8603rd year (or 18 years) 6 28,630 29,3464th year (or 19 years) 8 32,518 33,3315th year (or 20 years) 10 36,473 37,3856th year (or 21 years) 17 39,670 40,6627th year 19 40,410 41,4208th year 22 41,525 42,563Senior Typist - - 113 -
  • 114. 1st year 25 43,248 44,3292nd year 28 44,320 45,428Garden Labourer - (Applies to employees engagedprior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 15 38,256 39,212Grade 2 18 40,061 41,063Grade 3 21 41,142 42,171Horticulturalist Labourer - (Applies to employeesengaged prior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 25 43,248 44,329Grade 2 30 45,159 46,288Grade 3 35 47,145 48,324Horticulturalist Level 1 - (Applies to employeesengaged prior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 42 50,332 51,590Grade 2 45 51,707 53,000Horticulturalist Level 2 (Applies to employees engagedprior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 48 53,089 54,416Grade 2 50 54,155 55,509Horticultural Technician (Applies to employeesengaged prior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 55 56,644 58,060Grade 2 57 57,679 59,121Senior Horticultural Technician (Applies to employeesengaged prior 1 July 2010)Grade 1 63 61,282 62,814Grade 2 67 63,781 65,376Horticultural Apprentice (Applies to employeesengaged post 1 July 2010)1st Year 21,041 21,5672nd Year 24,867 25,4893rd Year 28,692 29,4094th Year 34,431 35,292Gardener (Applies to employees engaged post 1 July2010)Grade 1 15 38,256 39,212Grade 2 18 40,061 41,063Grade 3 21 41,142 42,171Horticulturalist (Applies to employees engaged post 1July 2010)Grade 1 48,689 49,906Grade 2 50,149 51,403Grade 3 51,654 52,945Grade 4 54,154 55,508Horticultural Supervisor (Applies to employeesengaged post 1 July 2010)Grade 1 57,500 58,938Grade 2 59,225 60,706Grade 3 61,001 62,526 - 114 -
  • 115. Keeper Grade 4 (Specialist) Level 2 (onlyavailable to employees employedpermanently as a Keeper on 8December 2005) 75 68,761 70,480Trainee Keeper -Level 1 - 36,519 37,432Level 2 - 38,952 39,926Level 3 - 41,387 42,422Level 4 - 43,820 44,916Keeper -Level 1 - 48,690 49,907Level 2 - 51,124 52,402Level 3 - 53,559 54,898Level 4 - 55,994 57,394Senior Keeper -Level 1 - 58,428 59,889Level 2 - 63,296 64,878Keeping Unit Supervisor -Year 1 - 70,600 72,365Year 2 - 72,060 73,862Year 3 - 73,521 75,359Publicity and Assistant Publicity Officer -Public Relations Officer -Grade 1 -1st year 87 77,372 79,3062nd year 89 78,929 80,9023rd year 91 80,479 82,491Grade 2 -1st year 103 90,757 93,0262nd year 105 92,513 94,8263rd year 107 94,382 96,742Publicity Officer -1st year 69 64,985 66,6102nd year 72 66,848 68,5193rd year 74 68,075 69,777Assistant Publicity Officer -1st year 59 58,858 60,3292nd year 62 60,571 62,085Gate Receptionists 38 48,481 49,693Designers (Exhibitions and Publications) Applies toemployees engaged prior 1 July 20101st year 37 48,080 49,2822nd year 39 48,980 50,205 - 115 -
  • 116. 3rd year 42 50,332 51,5904th year 46 52,104 53,4075th year 49 53,636 54,9776th year 51 54,576 55,9407th year 53 55,603 56,9938th year 56 57,175 58,6049th year 60 59,404 60,88910th year 64 61,878 63,42511th year 67 63,781 65,37612th year and thereafter 71 66,282 67,939Junior DesignerGrade 1 41,500 42,538Grade 2 43,160 44,239Grade 3 44,886 46,008Grade 4 46,681 47,848DesignerGrade 1 48,080 49,282Grade 2 50,243 51,499Grade 3 52,504 53,817Grade 4 54,867 56,239Grade 5 57,336 58,769Senior DesignerGrade 1 60,206 61,711Grade 2 63,213 64,793Grade 3 66,373 68,032Allowances:Casual first aid allowance (per shift) - 14.39 14.75Laundry Allowance for staff other thanGate Receptionists (per week) - 6.01 6.16Laundry Allowance for Gate Receptionists(per week) - 10.84 11.11 Agreements and Determinations Architects etc. Agreement No. 1733 of 1971 ArchitectsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Grade I1st year of service 46 52,104 53,407 - 116 -
  • 117. 2nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service and thereafter 76 69,518 71,256Grade II1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 86 76,548 78,4623rd year of service 89 78,929 80,9024th year of service and thereafter 92 81,224 83,255Grade III1st year of service 97 85,562 87,7012nd year of service 100 88,220 90,4263rd year of service 104 91,580 93,8704th year of service and thereafter 107 94,382 96,742Grade IV1st year of service 112 99,116 101,5942nd year of service 115 102,024 104,5753rd year of service and thereafter 117 104,050 106,651Grade V1st year of service 121 108,317 111,0252nd year of service and thereafter 123 110,451 113,212Grade VI1st year of service 125 112,896 115,7182nd year of service 127 115,317 118,200 Artists, etc., Australian Museum; Designers and Senior Designer, National Parks & Wildlife Service; Artist, Chief, Exhibitions Department and Keeper of Exhibits, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences; Agreement No. 2196 of 1975Artists, Designers, Exhibitions Officers, etc.Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Artists Australian Museum and Museum ofApplied Arts and SciencesGrade I1st year of service 28 44,320 45,4282nd year of service 31 45,519 46,6573rd year of service 34 46,767 47,9364th year of service 37 48,080 49,2825th year of service 39 48,980 50,2056th year of service 43 50,831 52,102 - 117 -
  • 118. 7th year of service and thereafter 46 52,104 53,407Grade II1st year of service 49 53,636 54,9772nd year of service 51 54,576 55,9403rd year of service and thereafter 53 55,603 56,993Grade III1st year of service 58 58,249 59,7052nd year of service and thereafter 61 60,005 61,505Keeper Of Exhibits (Non Graduate)Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences1st year of service 44 51,209 52,4892nd year of Service 47 52,651 53,9673rd year of service 51 54,576 55,9404th year of service 53 55,603 56,9935th year of service 58 58,249 59,7056th year of service and thereafter 58 58,249 59,705Designers (Exhibitions and Publications)National Parks and Wildlife Services1st year of service 37 48,080 49,2822nd year of service 39 48,980 50,2053rd year of service 42 50,332 51,5904th year of service 46 52,104 53,4075th year of service 49 53,636 54,9776th year of service 51 54,576 55,9407th year of service 53 55,603 56,9938th year of service 56 57,175 58,6049th year of service 60 59,404 60,88910th year of service 64 61,878 63,42511th year of service 67 63,781 65,37612th year of service 71 66,282 67,939Senior Designer (Exhibitions andPublications) National Parks and WildlifeServiceOn Appointment 77 70,113 71,866Exhibitions Officer, Australian MuseumGrade I1st year of service 56 57,175 58,6042ndyear of service 60 59,404 60,8893rd year of service 64 61,878 63,4254th year of service 67 63,781 65,3765th year of service and thereafter 71 66,282 67,939Grade II1st year of service 75 68,761 70,480 - 118 -
  • 119. 2nd year of service 77 70,113 71,866Chief, Exhibitions DepartmentMuseum of Applied Arts and Sciences1st year of service 92 81,224 83,255 Bandmaster, Department of Corrective Services, Determination No. 936 of 2004 The rate of pay for the Bandmaster, Department of Corrective Services shall be an annual salary equivalent to a Clerk Grade 5/6 under the Crown Employees (Administrative and Clerical Officers) Award. Cadet Conditions and Rates of Pay, Various Departments; Determination No. 938 of 2004Cadet Conditions and Rates of Pay, Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Level 1At 18 years of age 7 30,432 31,193Level 1At 19 years of age with HSC 9 34,483 35,345Level 2Or minimum at 20 years 11 36,809 37,729Level 3Or minimum at 21 years 17 39,670 40,662Level 4 20 40,752 41,771Level 5 23 42,477 43,539Level 6 25 43,248 44,329Level 7 28 44,320 45,428Level 8 32 45,959 47,108Level 9 36 47,625 48,816Level 10 40 49,384 50,619 Cartographers, Engineering Survey Drafting Officers, Survey Drafting Officers, Photogrammetrists, Computers All Departments Agreement No. 2439 of 1982Cartographers, Engineering Survey Drafting Officers,Survey Drafting Officers,Photogrammetrists, Computers All DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% - 119 -
  • 120. $ $General Scale1st year 7 30,432 31,1932nd year 11 36,809 37,7293rd year 17 39,670 40,6624th year 20 40,752 41,7715th year 23 42,477 43,5396th year 25 43,248 44,3297th year 28 44,320 45,4288th year 32 45,959 47,1089th year 36 47,625 48,81610th year 40 49,384 50,61911th year 46 52,104 53,40712th year 49 53,636 54,97713th year 52 55,131 56,50914th year 55 56,644 58,060Officer with HSC aged 19 and over paid notless than 9 34,483 35,345Class 11st year 58 58,249 59,7052nd year 61 60,005 61,5053rd year 64 61,878 63,4254th year 67 63,781 65,376Class 21st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,702Class 31st year 82 73,709 75,5522nd year 85 75,870 77,767Class 41st year 88 78,142 80,0962nd year 91 80,479 82,491Class 51st year 95 83,832 85,9282nd year 98 86,498 88,660Class 61st year 101 89,076 91,3032nd year 104 91,580 93,870Class 71st year 108 95,319 97,7022nd year 111 98,159 100,613 - 120 -
  • 121. Casual Drug Counsellors - Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 935 of 2004Department of Corrective ServicesClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per hour Per hour $ $Sessional Specialist HIV/Health Promotion 66.82 68.49(The rates are inclusive of a 15% casual loading forMonday to Friday work, plus 1/12th in lieu ofrecreation leave.Environmental Allowance for working within acorrectional centre. 1.54 1.58 Community Offender Support Program Centres, Department of Corrective Services, Determination No. 965 of 2008Community Offender Support Program Centres DCSClassification and Grades CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 NO. Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Throughcare and Placement Officer:1st year 88 78,142 80,0962nd year 91 80,479 82,4913rd year 95 83,832 85,928Thereafter 98 86,498 88,660Accommodation Support Worker:1st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,7023rd year 82 73,709 75,552Thereafter 85 75,870 77,767Assistant Support Worker:1st year 46 52,104 53,4072nd year 49 53,636 54,9773rd year 52 55,131 56,509Thereafter 55 56,644 58,060 Computer Operators - Salaries - Public Service Board Determination No. 642 of 1981 and Determination No. 801 of 1983Computer Operators, All DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ - 121 -
  • 122. $Trainee Computer OperatorAt 18 and under 7 30,432 31,193At 19 9 34,483 35,345At 20 11 36,809 37,729At 21 17 39,670 40,662Computer Operator - Grade 11st year of service 20 40,752 41,7712nd year of service 23 42,477 43,5393rd year of service 25 43,248 44,3294th year of service and thereafter 28 44,320 45,428Computer Operator - Grade 21st year of service 32 45,959 47,1082nd year of service 36 47,625 48,8163rd year of service and thereafter 40 49,384 50,619Senior Computer Operator - Grade 11st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 49 53,636 54,9773rd year of service 52 55,131 56,5094th year of service 55 56,644 58,060Senior Computer Operator - Grade 21st year of service 58 58,249 59,7052nd year of service 61 60,005 61,5053rd year of service 64 61,878 63,4254th year of Service 67 63,781 65,376 Computer Systems Officers - TAFE - Public Service Board DeterminationComputer Systems Officer - TAFE Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Trainee1st Year 11 36,809 37,7292nd Year 23 42,477 43,5393rd Year 32 45,959 47,1084th Year 49 53,636 54,977Level 11st Year 55 56,644 58,0602nd Year 61 60,005 61,505Level 21st Year 67 63,781 65,376 - 122 -
  • 123. 2nd Year 78 70,929 72,702Grade 1 -1st year 12 37,136 38,0642nd year 20 40,752 41,7713rd year 25 43,248 44,3294th year 32 45,959 47,1085th year 40 49,384 50,6196th year 49 53,636 54,9777th year 55 56,644 58,060Grade 2 -1st year 61 60,005 61,5052nd year 67 63,781 65,3763rd year 78 70,929 72,702Grade 3 -1st year 82 73,709 75,5522nd year 85 75,870 77,7673rd year 88 78,142 80,0964th year 91 80,479 82,4915th year 95 83,832 85,9286th year 98 86,498 88,660User Support Programmer = CSO Grade 1 and 2Programme/Analyst = CSO Grade 2 and 3Software Co-ordinator = CSO Grade 3Adapted from Computer Systems Officers - Computer Services Division - PSB Determination Conditions of Service for Case Workers, Compulsory Drug Treatment Correctional Centre (ADTCC), Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 968 of 2010Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 per annum per annum 2.5% $ $Operations Manager – Clerk 11/121st year of service 103,026 105,6022nd year of service 107,394 110,0793rd year of service 114,121 116,974Thereafter 119,149 122,128Assistant Operations Manager – Clerk 9/101st year of service 89,076 91,3032nd year of service 91,580 93,8703rd year of service 95,319 97,702Thereafter 98,159 100,613Senior Case Worker – Clerk 5/61st year of service 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 70,929 72,7023rd year of service 73,709 75,552Thereafter 75,870 77,767 - 123 -
  • 124. Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Offender External Leave Program, Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 966 of 2009Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 per annum per annum 2.5% $ $Assistant Manager1st year of service 82,356 84,4152nd year of service 84,671 86,7883rd year of service 88,128 90,331Thereafter 90,754 93,023Co-ordinator Program Support & Security1st year of service 72,247 74,0532nd year of service 74,408 76,2683rd year of service 77,508 79,446Thereafter 79,972 81,971Senior Program Support Officer1st year of service 63,573 65,1622nd year of service 65,578 67,2173rd year of service 68,148 69,852Thereafter 70,146 71,900Program Support Officer1st year of service 53,855 55,2012nd year of service 55,478 56,8653rd year of service 57,210 58,640Thereafter 58,969 60,443 Conditions of Service for Program Support Officers, Yetta Dhinnakkal Centre, Department of Corrective Services. Determination No. 969 of 2011Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 per annum per annum 2.5% $ $ 1.7.10 1.7.11Senior Program Support Officer1st year of service 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 70,929 72,7023rd year of service 73,709 75,552Thereafter 75,870 77,767Program Support Officer1st year of service 58,249 59,7052nd year of service 60,005 61,5053rd year of service 61,878 63,425Thereafter 63,781 65,376 Conditions of Service Team Leader and Bail Coordinator, Bail Assistance Line, Juvenile Justice, Department of Human Services. Determination No. 967 of 2010Classification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 per annum per annum 2.5% $ $Team Leader (Administrative and Clerical OfficerGrade 7/8)1st year of service 78,142 80,096 - 124 -
  • 125. Thereafter 80,479 82,491Grade 81st year of service 83,832 85,928Thereafter 86,498 88,660Allowance 21,000 21,525Bail Coordinator (Administrative and Clerical OfficerGrade 7/8)Grade 51st year of service 68,761 70,480Thereafter 70,929 72,702Grade 61st year of service 73,709 75,552Thereafter 75,870 77,767Allowance 19,000 19,475 Conservators, Cultural Institutions Agreement No. 2504 of 1987Conservators, Cultural InstitutionsClassifications and Grade Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Assistant Conservator - Class 11st year of service 40 49,384 50,6192nd year of service 42 50,332 51,5903rd year of service 44 51,209 52,4894th year of service 47 52,651 53,9675th year of service 49 53,636 54,9776th year of service 52 55,131 56,509Class 21st year of service 55 56,644 58,0602nd year of service 56 57,175 58,6043rd year of service 58 58,249 59,705Conservator - Grade 11st year of service 62 60,571 62,0852nd year of service 64 61,878 63,4253rd year of service 66 63,136 64,7144th year of service 68 64,249 65,8555th year of service 70 65,626 67,267Grade 21st year of service 74 68,075 69,7772nd year of service 79 71,497 73,2843rd year of service 83 74,429 76,2904th year of service 87 77,372 79,3065th year of service 91 80,479 82,491Grade 3 - 125 -
  • 126. 1st year of service 94 82,959 85,0332nd year of service 97 85,562 87,7013rd year of service 99 87,328 89,511Head Conservator1st year of service 105 92,513 94,8262nd year of service 108 95,319 97,7023rd year of service 110 97,210 99,640 Coordinators and Directors, Community Justice Centres, Attorney-General’s Department Determination No. 808 of 1983Coordinators and Directors, Community Justice Centres - Attorney General’s DepartmentClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Co-ordinator 61 60,005 61,505Director 104 91,580 93,870 Coordinator, Visual Arts, Long Bay Correctional Complex - Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 929 of 2002Coordinator, Visual Arts, Long Bay Correctional ComplexDepartment of Corrective ServicesClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Co-ordinator, Visual Arts 102 89,930 92,178Environmental Allowance - 2,507 2,570All Incidents Allowance - 8,623 8,839 Curators and Registrars Cultural Institutions Agreement No. 2508 of 1987Curatorial Staff Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Assistant Curator/Assistant Registrar - Grade I1st year of service 40 49,384 50,6192nd year of service 46 52,104 53,4073rd year of service 51 54,576 55,9404th year of service 57 57,679 59,1215th year of service and thereafter 62 60,571 62,085 - 126 -
  • 127. Assistant Curator/Assistant Registrar - Grade II1st year of service 64 61,878 63,4252nd year of service 67 63,781 65,3763rd year of service 70 65,626 67,2674th year of service 73 67,539 69,2275th year of service and thereafter 75 68,761 70,480Curator/Registrar - Grade I1st year of service 77 70,113 71,8662nd year of service 82 73,709 75,5523rd year of service 86 76,548 78,4624th year of service 91 80,479 82,4915th year of service and thereafter 95 83,832 85,928Curator/Registrar - Grade II1st year of service 99 87,328 89,5112nd year of service 102 89,930 92,1783rd year of service 105 92,513 94,8264th year of service 108 95,319 97,7025th year of service 110 97,210 99,640Senior Curator Senior Registrar 114 101,024 103,550 Dental Auxiliaries (TAFE) Public Service Board Advice 77/4514 of 14.7.82Classification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Clinical -1st year 41 49,940 51,1892nd year 43 50,831 52,1023rd year 46 52,104 53,4074th year 50 54,155 55,5095th year 53 55,603 56,9936th year 56 57,175 58,604Technical -1st year 41 49,940 51,1892nd year 43 50,831 52,1023rd year 46 52,104 53,4074th year 50 54,155 55,5095th year 53 55,603 56,9936th year 56 57,175 58,604Senior Dental Auxiliaries Assistant1st year 63 61,282 62,8142nd year 66 63,136 64,7143rd year 70 65,626 67,267 - 127 -
  • 128. 4th year 76 69,518 71,256 Departmental Professional Officers Determination No. 866 of 1987Departmental Professional Officers - All DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Grade I -1st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service and thereafter 76 69,518 71,256Grade II -1st year of service 81 72,922 74,7452nd year of service 84 75,084 76,9613rd year of service 87 77,372 79,3064th year of service and thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade III -1st year of service 95 83,832 85,9282nd year of service 98 86,498 88,6603rd year of service 100 88,220 90,4264th year of service and thereafter 104 91,580 93,870Grade IV -1st year of service 108 95,319 97,7022nd year of service and thereafter 110 97,210 99,640Grade V -1st year of service 114 101,024 103,5502nd year of service and thereafter 116 103,026 105,602Grade VI -1st year of service 119 106,236 108,8922nd year of service and thereafter 121 108,317 111,025Grade VII -1st year of service 124 111,665 114,4572nd year of service and thereafter 126 114,121 116,974Grade VIII -1st year of service 129 117,834 120,7802nd year of service and thereafter 130 119,149 122,128 - 128 -
  • 129. Department of Transport Officers Employment Conditions Agreement No. 2548 of 1998Department of TransportClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Grade I -One 39,616 40,606Two 40,998 42,023Three 42,431 43,492Four 43,917 45,015Five 45,454 46,590Grade 2One 45,454 46,590Two 47,049 48,225Three 48,692 49,909Four 50,402 51,662Five 52,162 53,466Grade 3One 52,162 53,466Two 53,988 55,338Three 55,874 57,271Four 57,831 59,277Five 59,860 61,357Grade 4One 59,860 61,357Two 61,951 63,500Three 64,120 65,723Four 66,366 68,025Five 68,775 70,494Grade 5One 68,775 70,494Two 71,091 72,868Three 73,729 75,572Four 76,157 78,061Five 78,822 80,793Grade 6One 78,822 80,793Two 81,582 83,622Three 84,434 86,545Four 87,389 89,574Five 90,449 92,710Grade 7One 90,449 92,710 - 129 -
  • 130. Two 93,616 95,956Three 96,892 99,314Four 100,280 102,787Five 103,792 106,387Grade 8One 103,792 106,387Two 107,425 110,111Three 114,143 116,997Four 119,169 122,148Five 123,340 126,424Grade 9One 123,340 126,424Two 129,967 133,216Three 136,682 140,099Four 141,710 145,253Five 145,882 149,529 Education Officers, etc., Department of Culture, Sport and Recreation, Public Service Board Determination No. 473 of 1975Education Officers, Department of Culture, Sport and Recreation,(Art Gallery, Australian Museum & Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences)Classifications and Grade Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Education Officer -1st year of service 43 50,831 52,1022nd year of service 48 53,089 54,4163rd year of service 54 56,089 57,4914th year of service 60 59,404 60,8895th year of service 66 63,136 64,7146th year of service 71 66,282 67,9397th year of service 75 68,761 70,4808th year of service 79 71,497 73,2849th year of service and thereafter 84 75,084 76,961Senior Education Officer -1st year of service 98 86,498 88,6602nd year of service and thereafter 101 89,076 91,303Allowance after 12 months on the 9th year of - 2,354 2,413service: $ per annumAfter a further 12 months: $ per annum - 2,354 2,413 - 130 -
  • 131. Education Officer, Department of Training and Education Co-ordination Determination No. 912 of 1996Education Officer - Department of Education and TrainingClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Education OfficerStep 1 73,352 75,186Step 2 77,257 79,188Step 3 81,330 83,363Step 4 85,413 87,548Special Program Co-ordinatorStep 1 91,465 93,752Step 2 95,207 97,587Senior Education OfficerStep 1 99,379 101,863Step 2 101,843 104,389Chief Education Officer 110,760 113,529Chief Research Officer 110,760 113,529Quality Assurance Co-ordinator 116,923 119,846Principal Education Officer 124,092 127,194Principal Research Officer 124,092 127,194Principal Officer 124,092 127,194Curriculum Manager 124,092 127,194 Engineers Agreement No. 1734 of 1971EngineersClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Grade I Diplomate Experience Since QualifyingIn first year 46 52,104 53,407After one year 50 54,155 55,509After two years 56 57,175 58,604After three years 63 61,282 62,814After four years 70 65,626 67,267After five years 76 69,518 71,256Grade I Graduate Experience Since QualifyingIn first year 50 54,155 55,509After one year 56 57,175 58,604After two years 63 61,282 62,814 - 131 -
  • 132. After three years 70 65,626 67,267After four years 76 69,518 71,256Grade II1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 86 76,548 78,4623rd year of service 89 78,929 80,9024th year of service and thereafter 92 81,224 83,255Grade III1st year of service 97 85,562 87,7012nd year of service 100 88,220 90,4263rd year of service 104 91,580 93,8704th year of service and thereafter 107 94,382 96,742Grade IV1st year of service 112 99,116 101,5942nd year of service 115 102,024 104,5753rd year of service and thereafter 117 104,050 106,651Grade V1st year of service 121 108,317 111,0252nd year of service and thereafter 123 110,451 113,212Grade VI1st year of service 125 112,896 115,7182nd year of service and thereafter 127 115,317 118,200 Escorts and Travelling Attendants Agreement No. 2270 of 1980Escorts and Travelling Attendants - Department of Community ServicesClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Travelling Attendant1st Year 40,273 41,2802nd Year 40,273 41,2803rd Year 40,656 41,6724th Year 41,994 43,044Travelling Attendant (Hourly Rate)1st Year 20.31 20.822nd Year 20.31 20.823rd Year 20.51 21.024th Year 21.17 21.70Escorts1st Year 47,991 49,1912nd Year 47,991 49,1913rd Year 48,426 49,637 - 132 -
  • 133. 4th Year 50,061 51,313Rate A Applicable Mon-Fri and all overtime/travellingtime/weekdays and public holidays= Hrly rate of Travelling Attendant + 10% +4/48ths1st Year 24.21 24.822nd Year 24.21 24.823rd Year 24.43 25.044th Year 25.23 25.86Rate B Applicable first 8 hours on Saturday= Hrly rate of Travelling Attendant + 50% +4/48ths1st Year 33.01 33.842nd Year 33.01 33.843rd Year 33.31 34.144th Year 34.41 35.27Rate C Applicable first 8 hours on Sunday= Hrly rate of Travelling Attendant + 75% +4/48ths1st Year 38.50 39.462nd Year 38.50 39.463rd Year 38.88 39.854th Year 40.14 41.14Rate D Applicable first 8 hours on a Public Holiday= Hrly Rate of Travelling Attendant + 150%+4/48ths1st Year 55.01 56.392nd Year 55.01 56.393rd Year 55.53 56.924th Year 57.36 58.79 Gardening, Parks and Horticultural and Landscape Staff Amending Agreement No. 2320 of 1981; Gardening Parks and Horticultural and Landscape Staff Agreement No. 2266 of 1980; Determination No. 767 of 1982Gardening, Parks and Horticultural and Landscape StaffClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Gardener Tradesman 37 48,080 49,282Gardener Experienced 30 45,159 46,288Garden Labourer 20 40,752 41,771Garden Labourer, 1st class 23 42,477 43,539Chief Propagator (Royal Botanical Gardens) 43 50,831 52,102Groundsman 33 46,332 47,490Horticultural and Landscape Officers:Horticultural Assistants - - 133 -
  • 134. 1st year of service 33 46,332 47,4902nd year of service 36 47,625 48,8163rd year of service 38 48,481 49,6934th year of service 40 49,384 50,6195th year of service 42 50,332 51,5906th year of service 44 51,209 52,4897th year of service 46 52,104 53,407Promotion beyond 3rd year rate dependent uponpossession of the Certificate of HorticultureRanger 30 45,159 46,288Senior Ranger (plus appropriate Leading Hand 30 45,159 46,288Allowance)Foreman 61 60,005 61,505Foreman Special Grade 65 62,399 63,959Superintendent, Centennial Park Supervisor 77 70,113 71,866Royal Botanic Gardens and Mount Tomah1st year of service 68 64,249 65,8552nd year of service 71 66,282 67,9393rd year of service 73 67,539 69,227Development Officer (Horticulture) 81 72,922 74,745 82 73,709 75,552 84 75,084 76,961Living Collections Registrar 46 52,104 53,407Mount Tomah 50 54,155 55,509 53 55,603 56,993 56 57,175 58,604 General Division Driver/Assistant etc Various Departments Agreement No. 2478 of 1985Car Drivers/AssistantsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Car Drivers - Driver/General Assistant 33 46,332 47,490Departmental - Driver/Assistant 39 48,980 50,205Departmental - Driver/Assistant (in Charge),Public Works Department 43 50,831 52,102Ministerial Driver/Assistant* Salary Class 52 with allowance to Salary 39 48,980 50,205Class 122 80 72,273 74,080 - 134 -
  • 135. General Division (Trade Based Groups) Agreement No. 2301 of 1980; Amending Agreement 2317 of 1981; Determination No.764 of 1982General Division (Trade Based Groups) Agreement Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Artificer, Australian Museum and Art Galleryof NSW1st year of service 43 50,831 52,1022nd year of service and thereafter 45 51,707 53,000Clerk of Works - Various Departments1st year of service 68 64,249 65,8552nd year of service 70 65,626 67,2673rd year of service 73 67,539 69,2274th year of service 75 68,761 70,4805th year of service and thereafter 77 70,113 71,866(Provided that in respect of officers appointed after10thDecember, 1980, progression beyond the third year ofservice shall be dependent upon possession of theBuilding Foreman and Clerk of Works Certificate oftheTAFE NSW*or a qualification deemed by theIndustrialAuthority to be appropriate and equivalent).(*Agenciesare advised to check with TAFE institutes with regardtocourse qualifications)Deputy Senior Electrical Inspector, All Departments1st year of service 78 70,929 72,7022nd year of service 80 72,273 74,080Electrical Foreman, VariousGrade 2 64 61,878 63,425Grade 3 68 61,878 63,425Grade 5 77 70,113 71,866Electrical Inspectors, Various1st year of service 75 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 77 70,113 71,866Estimator, Various Departments1st year of service 68 64,249 65,8552nd year of service 70 65,626 67,267Fitter Operators, VariousOn appointment 51 54,576 55,940(i) NSW Electricians Licence 44.77 45.89 - 135 -
  • 136. (ii) Department of Industrial Relations First ClassRefrigeration Certificate 14.16 14.51(iii) Department of Industrial Relatiosn Electrically 0.00FiredBoiler Attendants Certificate 7.54 7.73(iv) Department of Industrial Relations 0.00Open All Class Boiler Attendants Certificate 14.16 14.51(v) Refrigeration Mechanics Certificate Course of the 0.00Sydney Technical College 14.16 14.51Provided that, in addition to the above salary,allowancesshall be paid to a Fitter Operator who has a licence orcertificate specified hereunderand who is required toactupon such licence or certificate during the course ofhis duties.Food and Beverage Controller(S.C. 53) 1st year 48,980 50,205 nd(S.C. 57) 2 year 50,332 51,590Food School Assistant(S.C. 23) 1st year 40,061 41,063 th(S.C. 24) 4 year 40,410 41,420(S.C. 26) 7th year 40,752 41,771ForemanElectricalGrade 2 (T83) 64 61,878 63,425Grade 3 (T96) 68 64,317 65,925Grade 5 (T126) 77 70,113 71,866Other than Electrical -Grade 1 (T59) 57 57,679 59,121Grade 2 (T72) 61 60,005 61,505Grade 3 (T85) 65 62,399 63,959Grade 4 (T111) 73 67,539 69,227Grade 5 (T125) 77 70,113 71,866Assistant Mechanical Foreman -(T72) 61 60,005 61,505Property and Maintenance Officer, YouthAnd Community Services1st year of service 77 70,113 71,8662nd year of service and thereafter 80 72,273 74,080Property Inspector, Public Trust Office1st year of service 64 61,878 63,4252nd year of service 67 63,781 65,3763rd year of service 69 64,985 66,610 - 136 -
  • 137. 4th year of service and thereafter 73 67,539 69,227Radio Technician, Police1st year of service 47 52,651 53,9672nd year of service 48 53,089 54,4163rd year of service and thereafter 50 54,155 55,509Scientific Instrument Maker, VariousDepartments1st year of service and thereafter 51 54,576 55,940Senior Apprenticeship Supervisor,Department of Industrial RelationsOn appointment 78 70,929 72,702Senior Electrical Inspector, VariousDepartments1st year of service 83 74,429 76,2902nd year of service 85 75,870 77,767Senior Estimator, Various Departments 71 66,282 67,939Senior Mechanical Inspector1st year of service 83 74,429 76,2902nd year of service and thereafter 85 75,870 77,767Senior Radio Technician,Police and Forestry Commission1st year of service 57 57,679 59,1212nd year of service and thereafter 58 58,249 59,705Senior Works Supervisors,Various Departments1st year of service 83 74,429 76,2902nd year of service and thereafter 85 75,870 77,767Textile Maintenance Officer1st year 44 51,209 52,4892nd year 46 52,104 53,4073rd year 47 52,651 53,9674th year 49 53,636 54,977Works Supervisors, Various Departments1st year of service 78 70,929 72,7022nd year of service and thereafter 80 72,273 74,080 Glenfield Park School Staff, Department of Education Determination No. 787 of 1983Department of EducationClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Gardener Glenfield Park SSP 27 43,949 45,048 - 137 -
  • 138. Guidance Officer, Department of Industrial Relations; Research Officers, Division of Vocational Guidance Services, Department of Industrial Relations, Department of Corrective Services, Department of Family and Community Services, Department of Health NSW; Research Officers (Non-Legally Qualified) Law Reform Commission, Department of Attorney General; Psychologists, Department of Health NSW, Department of Corrective Services, Department of Family and Community Services; Research Anthropologists, Department of Health NSW; Rehabilitation Counsellor Workers Compensation Commission Agreement No. 2405 of 1982; Amending Agreement No. 2520 of 1989Guidance Officers, etc.(Excluding Department of Health)Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $(A) Non-Classified PositionsGuidance Officer Department of IndustrialRelations, Research Officer Department ofIndustrial Relations, Family and CommunityServices, Corrective Services, Department ofHealth NSW: Research Officer Non-LegallyQualified Law Reform Commission,Attorney General, PsychologistDepartment of Health NSW Corrective Services,Family and Community Services, ResearchAnthropologists Department of Health NSW,Social Anthropologists Department of HealthNSW, Youth Counselling Officers Departmentof Industrial Relations1st year of service 43 50,831 52,1022nd year of service 48 53,089 54,4163rd year of service 54 56,089 57,4914th year of service 60 59,404 60,8895th year of service 66 63,136 64,7146th year of service 71 66,282 67,9397th year of service 75 68,761 70,4808th year of service 79 71,497 73,2849th year of service and thereafter 84 75,084 76,961Clinical Psychologist Department of Health,Family and Community Services, Department ofAttorney General1st year of service 79 71,497 73,2842nd year of service 86 76,548 78,4623rd year of service 91 80,479 82,4914th year of service 96 84,711 86,8295th year of service and thereafter 101 89,076 91,303A Clinical Psychologist appointed to one of the - 138 -
  • 139. following positions shall be paid as follows:Program Co-ordinator1st year of service 101 89,076 91,3032nd year of service and thereafter 105 92,513 94,826Senior Program Co-ordinator1st year of service 105 92,513 94,8262nd year of service and thereafter 108 95,319 97,702Program Director1st year of service 108 95,319 97,7022nd year of service and thereafter 110 97,210 99,640Project Director Department of Health NSW1st year of service 91 80,479 82,4912nd year of service and thereafter 96 84,711 86,829Rehabilitation Counsellor Workers CompensationCommission1st year of service 66 63,136 64,7142nd year of service 71 66,282 67,9393rd year of service and thereafter 75 68,761 70,480Senior Rehabilitation Counsellor WorkersCompensation Commission1st year of service 79 71,497 73,2842nd year of service and thereafter 84 75,084 76,961(B) Classified Positions (Group a)Senior Guidance Officer, District GuidanceOfficer, Grade I, Careers Research Officer,Division of Vocational Guidance Services,Department of Industrial Relations, SeniorResearch Psychologist Department of HealthNSW On Appointment 101 89,076 91,303Group (b)Deputy Senior Psychologist, Family andCommunity Services, Chief ResearchPsychologist, Department of Health NSW, SeniorResearch Officer, Senior Psychologist, CorrectiveServices, District Guidance Officer, Grade II,OIC Research Section, OIC Special Sectionfor Handicapped Persons, Division ofVocational Guidance Services, PrincipalCounsellor, Youth Counselling Service,Department of Industrial Relations OnAppointment 105 92,513 94,826Group (c)Senior Clinical Psychologist, Department ofHealth NSW, and Family and Community - 139 -
  • 140. Services, Regional Psychologist New EnglandRegion, Department of Health NSW,Psychologist In Charge Department of HealthNSW On Appointment 105 92,513 94,826Group (d)Chief Guidance Officer Department of IndustrialRelations On Appointment 110 97,210 99,640Chief Psychologist Corrective ServicesOn Appointment 114 101,024 103,550Assistant Director Division of VocationalGuidance Services Department of IndustrialRelations On Appointment 115 102,024 104,575Deputy Director, Division of Health Services,Research Department of Health, NSW, PrincipalClinical Psychologist, Principal Psychologist,Department of Health NSW, Senior ResearchConsultant (Personal to Dr. J. Kraus) Family andCommunity Services, Principal Psychologist,Psychological Counselling Service, Family andCommunity Services Principal Psychologist(Bureau of Personal Health Services)Department of Health NSWOn Appointment 120 107,394 110,079Deputy Director, Division Of VocationalGuidance Services, Department of IndustrialRelations On Appointment 125 112,896 115,718 Note: For Psychologist classifications refer to the Crown Employees (Psychologists) Award or Psychologists, Community Offender Services, Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 958 of 2008 Interpretive Assistants, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Industrial Authority DeterminationInterpretive Assistants, National Parks and Wildlife ServiceClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Interpretive AssistantsYear 1 43 50,831 52,102Year 2 47 52,651 53,967 Laboratory Attendants, Trainee Technical Officers (Scientific), Technical Officers (Scientific), Various Departments; Agreement No. 2369 of 1982Laboratory Attendants, Trainee Technical Officers (Scientific), Technical Officers - 140 -
  • 141. (Scientific), Various DepartmentsClassifications Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Laboratory Attendant (Junior)At 16 and under 4 25,229 25,860At 17 6 28,630 29,346At 18 8 32,518 33,331At 19 11 36,809 37,729At 20 18 40,061 41,063Laboratory Attendant General Scale (Adult)1st year of service 24 42,895 43,9672nd year of service 26 43,598 44,6883rd year of service and thereafter 28 44,320 45,428Laboratory Attendant Grade 1 (Adult)1st year of service 28 44,320 45,4282nd year of service 31 45,519 46,6573rd year of service and thereafter 33 46,332 47,490Technical Officer (Scientific) Grade 11st year of service 36 47,625 48,8162nd year of service 38 48,481 49,6933rd year of service 41 49,940 51,1894th year of service 43 50,831 52,1025th year of service 46 52,104 53,4076th year of service and thereafter 50 54,155 55,5097th year of service 53 55,603 56,9938th year of service and thereafter 56 57,175 58,604Technical Officer (Scientific) Grade II1st year of service 63 61,282 62,8142nd year of service 66 63,136 64,7143rd year of service 70 65,626 67,2674th year of service 76 69,518 71,256Senior Technical Officer (Scientific) Grade 11st year of service 81 72,922 74,7452nd year of service 83 74,429 76,2903rd year of service and thereafter 84 75,084 76,961Senior Technical Officer (Scientific) Grade II1st year of service 84 75,084 76,9612nd year of service 87 77,372 79,3063rd year of service 89 78,929 80,9024th year of service 92 81,224 83,2555th year of service and thereafter 95 83,832 85,928Trainee Technical Officer (Scientific) - 141 -
  • 142. 1st year 5 26,830 27,5012nd year 7 30,432 31,1933rd year 9 34,483 35,3454th year 13 37,508 38,446 Legal Officers, Various Departments Agreement No. 2375 of 1982Legal Officers, Various Departments Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Classification and Grades Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Legal OfficersGrade I1st year of service 51 54,576 55,9402nd year of service 55 56,644 58,0603rd year of service 58 58,249 59,7054th year of service 61 60,005 61,5055th year of service 65 62,399 63,959Grade II1st year of service 73 67,539 69,2272nd year of service 78 70,929 72,7023rd year of service 84 75,084 76,9614th year of service 89 78,929 80,9025th year of service 93 82,077 84,129Grade III1st year of service 98 86,498 88,6602nd year of service 101 89,076 91,3033rd year of service 105 92,513 94,826Grade IV1st year of service 112 99,116 101,5942nd year of service 114 101,024 103,550Grade V1st year of service 119 106,236 108,8922nd year of service 121 108,317 111,025Grade VI1st year of service 126 114,121 116,9742nd year of service 128 116,526 119,439 Maintenance Officer State Library of NSW, Determination No 939 of 2004Maintenance Officer State Library of NSWClassification 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% - 142 -
  • 143. $ $Maintenance Officer1st year of service 51,978 53,2772nd year of service 54,745 56,114 Media Monitoring Unit, Premier’s Department Agreement No. 2546 of 1997Media MonitorsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Media Monitor, Level 11st year of service 61 60,005 61,5052nd year of service 65 62,399 63,9593rd year of service 69 64,985 66,6104th year of service 74 68,075 69,777Senior Media Monitor, Level 21st year of service 78 70,929 72,7022nd year of service 82 73,709 75,5523rd year of service 86 76,548 78,4624th year of service 89 78,929 80,902 Ministerial Drivers’ Salaries and Conditions - New South Wales Premier’s Department Determination No. 953 of 2007Ministerial Drivers Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Ministerial Driver 39 48,980 50,205Out of Hours Work Allowance (calculatedas 34 hours at ordinary time of base salary) - 43,824 44,920 Miscellaneous Professional Officers, Department of Water Resources Agreement No. 2535 of 1991Miscellaneous Professional Officers, Department of Water Resources Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Points annum 2.5% $ $Cadets/Trainees1st year of service 8 32,518 33,3312nd year of service 11 36,809 37,729 - 143 -
  • 144. 3rd year of service 17 39,670 40,6624th year of service 25 43,248 44,3295th year of service 32 45,959 47,1086th year of service 37 48,080 49,282General Scale1st year of service 37 48,080 49,2822nd year of service 44 51,209 52,4893rd year of service 51 54,576 55,9404th year of service 58 58,249 59,7055th year of service 64 61,878 63,4256th year of service 71 66,282 67,939Grade 11st year of service 72 66,848 68,5192nd year of service 75 68,761 70,4803rd year of service 78 70,929 72,702Thereafter 81 72,922 74,745Grade 21st year of service 85 75,870 77,767Thereafter 87 77,372 79,306Grade 31st year of service 90 79,710 81,703Thereafter 95 83,832 85,928Grade 41st year of service 99 87,328 89,511Thereafter 102 89,930 92,178Grade 51st year of service 108 95,319 97,702Thereafter 111 98,159 100,613Grade 61st year of service 116 103,026 105,602Thereafter 121 108,317 111,025 Parliament House, Administrative and Clerical Officers, Determination of the Presiding OfficersAdministrative and Clerical Officers, Parliament HouseClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Points annum 2.5% $ $Clerks General Scale1st year of service or 18 7 30,432 31,1932nd year of service min. at 20 11 36,809 37,7293rd year of service min. at 21 17 39,670 40,6624th year of service 20 40,752 41,771 - 144 -
  • 145. 5th year of service 23 42,477 43,5396th year of service 25 43,248 44,3297th year of service 28 44,320 45,4288th year of service 32 45,959 47,1089th year of service 36 47,625 48,81610th year of service 40 49,384 50,619Officer with HSC at 19 paid not less than 9 34,483 35,345Grade 1 -1st year of service 46 52,104 53,407Thereafter 49 53,636 54,977Grade 2 -1st year of service 52 55,131 56,509Thereafter 55 56,644 58,060Grade 3 -1st year of service 58 58,249 59,705Thereafter 61 60,005 61,505Grade 4 -1st year of service 64 61,878 63,425Thereafter 67 63,781 65,376Grade 5 -1st year of service 75 68,761 70,480Thereafter 78 70,929 72,702Grade 6 -1st year of service 82 73,709 75,552Thereafter 85 75,870 77,767Grade 7 -1st year of service 88 78,142 80,096Thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade 8 -1st year of service 95 83,832 85,928Thereafter 98 86,498 88,660Grade 9 -1st year of service 101 89,076 91,303Thereafter 104 91,580 93,870Grade 10 -1st year of service 108 95,319 97,702Thereafter 111 98,159 100,613Grade 11 -1st year of service 116 103,026 105,602Thereafter 120 107,394 110,079Grade 12 -1st year of service 126 114,121 116,974Thereafter 130 119,149 122,128 - 145 -
  • 146. Parliament House, Other Clerical Officers Determinations of the Presiding OfficersOther Clerical Officers, Parliament HouseClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Grade 1 -Group A -1st year of service or under 17 1 21,183 21,7132nd year of service or 17 4 25,229 25,8603rd year of service or 18 6 28,630 29,346Group B -1st year of service or under 17 2 22,604 23,1692nd year of service or 17 4 25,229 25,8603rd year of service 6 28,630 29,346Grade 1 -4th year of service 19 9 34,483 35,3455th year of service 20 11 36,809 37,7296th year of service 17 39,670 40,6627th year of service 20 40,752 41,7718th year of service 23 42,477 43,5399th year of service 25 43,248 44,32910th year of service 28 44,320 45,428Grade 1/2 -Group C -1st year of service or under 17 3 23,795 24,3902nd year of service or 17 6 28,630 29,3463rd year of service or 18 9 34,483 35,345Group D only -Officer with HSC at 19 paid not less than 9 34,483 35,3454th year of service or 19 11 36,809 37,7295th year of service or 20 17 39,670 40,6626th year of service 20 40,752 41,7717th year of service 23 42,477 43,5398th year of service 25 43,248 44,3299th year of service 28 44,320 45,42810th year of service 32 45,959 47,10811th year of service 36 47,625 48,81612th year of service 40 49,384 50,619Grade 3 -1st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 49 53,636 54,977Grade 3/4 -1st year of service 46 52,104 53,407 - 146 -
  • 147. 2nd year of service 49 53,636 54,9773rd year of service 52 55,131 56,5094th year of service 55 56,644 58,060Grade 4 -1st year of service 52 55,131 56,5092nd year of service 55 56,644 58,060Grade 5 -1st year of service 58 58,249 59,7052nd year of service 61 60,005 61,505Grade 6 -1st year of service 64 61,878 63,4252nd year of service 67 63,781 65,376Grade 7 -1st year of service 75 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 78 70,929 72,702Grade 8 -1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 85 75,870 77,767 Parliamentary Attendant Staff, Determinations of the Presiding Officers)Parliamentary Attendant Staff Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $Parliamentary Officer - Attendant,Grade 11st year of service 32 45,959 47,1082nd year of service 36 47,625 48,816Thereafter 40 49,384 50,619Grade 21st year of service 41 49,940 51,189Thereafter 43 50,831 52,102Grade 31st year of service (Level 1) 46 52,104 53,407Thereafter (Level 2) 49 53,636 54,977Grade 4 55 56,644 58,060Grade 5 61 60,005 61,505 - 147 -
  • 148. Parliamentary Staff (Security Officers, Attendants/Gatekeepers, Joint Services Staff, Food and Beverages Staff), Agreement 2379 of 1981, Agreement 2381 of 1981, Agreement 2382 of 1981Parliamentary Staff (Security Officers, Attendants/Gatekeepers, Joint Services Staff, Foodand Beverages StaffClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum Point annum 2.5% $ $**Parliamentary Officers Chef - Grade 4 (Head Chef)1st year 82 73,709 75,5522nd year and thereafter 85 75,870 77,767**Parliamentary Officer Chef - Grade 3 (Chef) 47 52,651 53,967**Parliamentary Officer Chef - Grade 2 -(Assistant Chef) 37 48,080 49,282Parliamentary Steward1st year 48 53,089 54,4162nd year and thereafter 50 54,155 55,509Dining Room Supervisor 40 49,384 50,619Assistant Dining Room Supervisor 32 45,959 47,108**Catering Supervisor (Cafeteria Supervisor) 34 46,767 47,936**Catering Supervisor (Room Service 32 45,959 47,108Supervisor)Senior Dining Room Attendant/Cleaner 29 44,777 45,896Dining Room Attendant/Cleaner 27 43,949 45,048Senior Bartender 30 45,159 46,288Bartender - 42,875 43,947Kitchen Attendant 27 43,949 45,048Kitchen Assistant - 41,464 42,501Stock Clerk -1st year 38 48,481 49,6932nd year 40 49,384 50,6193rd year and thereafter 43 50,831 52,102Pantry Supervisor 34 46,767 47,936Assistant Pantry Supervisor 30 45,159 46,288**Cleaning Supervisor (Foreman Cleaner) 30 45,159 46,288**Assistant Cleaning Supervisor(Assistant Foreman Cleaner) - 42,875 43,947General Useful - 41,464 42,501Stores Officer1st year - 48,980 50,2052nd year and thereafter - 49,940 51,189Housekeeper - 40,325 41,333 - 148 -
  • 149. *Senior Laundry Assistant - 39,961 40,960Laundry Assistant - 39,564 40,553Cleaner - 39,564 40,553**Horticulturalist Grade 2 32 45,959 47,108(Gardener - experienced)*Attendant/Gatekeeper - 41,464 42,501*Parliament House Security Officer 41 49,940 51,189*Position deleted from establishment.**Title of position changed - old title appears in brackets. Parole Officers, Department of Corrective Services, Industrial Authority DeterminationParole Officers, Department of Corrective ServicesClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Parole OfficerMin 3 58 58,249 59,705Max 3 61 60,005 61,505Min 4 64 61,878 63,425Max 4 67 63,781 65,376Min 5 75 68,761 70,480Max 5 78 70,929 72,702Min 6 82 73,709 75,552Max 6 85 75,870 77,767Unit LeaderMin 7 88 78,142 80,096Max 7 91 80,479 82,491Min 8 95 83,832 85,928Max 8 98 86,498 88,660District Manager 4Min 7 88 78,142 80,096Max 7 91 80,479 82,491Min 8 95 83,832 85,928District Manager 3Min 8 95 83,832 85,928Max 8 98 86,498 88,660Min 9 101 89,076 91,303Max 9 104 91,580 93,870District Manager 2Min 9 101 89,076 91,303Max 9 104 91,580 93,870Min 10 108 95,319 97,702 - 149 -
  • 150. Max 10 111 98,159 100,613District Manager 1Min 10 108 95,319 97,702Max 10 111 98,159 100,613Min 11 116 103,026 105,602Max 11 120 107,394 110,079 Petty Sessions Officers - Local Courts Administration Determination 741 of 1982Petty Sessions Officers - Local Courts AdministrationClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Grade1/21st year of service 7 30,432 31,1932nd year of service 11 36,809 37,7293rd year of service 17 39,670 40,6624th year of service 20 40,752 41,7715th year of service 23 42,477 43,5396th year of service 25 43,248 44,3297th year of service 28 44,320 45,4288th year of service 32 45,959 47,1089th year of service 36 47,625 48,81610th year of service 40 49,384 50,619Officer with HSC at 19 paid not less than 9 34,483 35,345General ScaleGrade 31st year of service Max 1 49 53,636 54,9772nd year of service Min 2 52 55,131 56,509Thereafter Max 2 55 56,644 58,060Grade 41st year of service Max 3 61 60,005 61,5052nd year of service Min 4 64 61,878 63,425Thereafter Max 4 67 63,781 65,376Grade 51st year of service Max 5 78 70,929 72,7022nd year of service Min 6 82 73,709 75,552Thereafter Max 6 85 75,870 77,767Grade 61st year of service Min 8 95 83,832 85,928Thereafter Max 9 104 91,580 93,870Grade 71st year of service Min 11 116 103,026 105,602 - 150 -
  • 151. Thereafter Min 12 126 114,121 116,974 Pharmacists Agreement 2441 of 1982PharmacistsClassification and Grade 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum annum 2.5% $ $Pharmacist - Grade 11st year 49,860 51,1072nd year 51,724 53,0173rd year 54,890 56,2624th year 58,672 60,1395th year 62,740 64,3096th year 66,727 68,3957th year 69,960 71,7098th year 72,214 74,019Pharmacist - Grade 2 After 2 yrs on maximum 74,368 76,227Part-time Pharmacist 40 41Pharmaceutical AdvisorPharmaceutical Services Branch1st year 80,791 82,8112nd year 83,501 85,5893rd year 85,834 87,9804th year 88,172 90,376Principal Pharmaceutical AdvisorPharmaceutical Services Branch1st year 96,543 98,9572nd year 98,978 101,452Deputy Chief PharmacistPharmaceutical Services Branch1st year 102,258 104,8142nd year 104,802 107,422Chief PharmacistPharmaceutical Services Branch1st year 112,867 115,6892nd year 115,518 118,406Chief PharmacistGroup 1 & 3, Grade 5Corrections Health Service1st year 96,538 98,9512nd year 98,979 101,453 - 151 -
  • 152. Pilots Forestry Commission, Determination No. 843 of 1985Pilots - Forestry CommissionClassification and Grades 1.7.10 1.7.11 Per Per annum CSP No. annum 2.5% $ $Manager (Flight Operations) -Helicopter 104 91,580 93,870Fixed Wing 99 87,328 89,511Pilot (Fixed Wing) -1st year 85 75,870 77,7672nd year 87 77,372 79,3063rd year 89 78,929 80,9024th year 91 80,479 82,491Pilot (Fixed Wing under 3360 kg) 82 73,709 75,552Pilot (Helicopter) -1st year 88 78,142 80,0962nd year 91 80,479 82,4913rd year 93 82,077 84,1294th year 96 84,711 86,829Where 4th Class Instrument Rating Required1st year 89 78,929 80,9022nd year 92 81,224 83,2553rd year 95 83,832 85,9284th year 97 85,562 87,701Allowances per annum:Helicopter/Agriculture Pilots Allowance - 4,566 4,680Check and Training Allowance - 5,472 5,609Agricultural Rating HelicopterCrewman -1st year 50 54,155 55,5092nd year 55 56,644 58,0603rd year 58 58,249 59,7054th year 62 60,571 62,085 Psychologists, Community Offender Services, Department of Corrective Services Determination No. 963 of 2008Psychologists, Community Offender Services - Department of Corrective ServicesClassification and Grades CSP 1.7.10 1.7.11 NO. Per annum Per annum 2.5% $ $Senior Psychologist Year 1 - 98,959 101,433 - 152 -
  • 153. Senior Psychologist Year 2 - 103,123 105,701Senior Psychologist Year 3 and thereafter - 107,285 109,967Senior Specialist Psychologist Year 1 - 115,611 118,501Senior Specialist Psychologist Year 2 - 118,933 121,906Senior Specialist Psychologist Year 3 and thereafter - 122,287 125,344Community Based Incidental Allowance - 2,507 2,570 Publicity Officers and Public Relations Officers Agreement No. 2126 of 1975Publicity Officers and Public Relations OfficersClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Assistant Publicity Officers1st year of service 59 58,858 60,3292nd year of service 62 60,571 62,085Publicity Officers1st year of service 69 64,985 66,6102nd year of service 72 66,848 68,5193rd year of service and thereafter 74 68,075 69,777Senior Publicity Officers, Dept of Education& Training1st year of service and thereafter 100 88,220 90,426Public Relations OfficerGrade II1st year of service 87 77,372 79,3062nd year of service 89 78,929 80,9023rd year of service and thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade I1st year of service 103 90,757 93,0262nd year of service 105 92,513 94,8263rd year of service and thereafter 107 94,382 96,742Allowance in lieu of overtime (per annum) - 10,182 10,437 Scientific Officers Various Departments Agreement No. 2433 of 1982Scientific Officers, Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Grade I1st year of service 46 52,104 53,407 - 153 -
  • 154. 2nd year of service 50 54,155 55,5093rd year of service 56 57,175 58,6044th year of service 63 61,282 62,8145th year of service 70 65,626 67,2676th year of service and thereafter 76 69,518 71,256Grade II1st year of service 81 72,922 74,7452nd year of service 84 75,084 76,9613rd year of service 87 77,372 79,3064th year of service and thereafter 91 80,479 82,491Grade III1st year of service 95 83,832 85,9282nd year of service 98 86,498 88,6603rd year of service and thereafter 100 88,220 90,426Grade IV1st year of service 105 92,513 94,8262nd year of service 108 95,319 97,7023rd year of service and thereafter 110 97,210 99,640Grade V1st year of service 114 101,024 103,5502nd year of service and thereafter 117 104,050 106,651Grade VI1st year of service 120 107,394 110,0792nd year of service 123 110,451 113,212 Security Officers and Senior Security Officers Various Departments Determination No. 768 of 1982Security Officers and Senior Security Officers, Various Departments Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Security Officer 25 43,248 44,329Senior Security Officer 30 45,159 46,288Chief Security Controller - Sydney1st year 75 68,761 70,4802nd year 78 70,929 72,702Chief Security OfficerSydney -(S.C. 85) 1st year 60 59,404 60,889(S.C. 92) 2nd year 64 61,878 63,425Newcastle -(S.C. 80) 57 57,679 59,121 - 154 -
  • 155. Social Workers, Various Departments Agreement No. 2374 of 1982Social Workers, Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Social Worker, Community ServicesConsultant1st year of service 44 51,209 52,4892nd year of service 49 53,636 54,9773rd year of service 55 56,644 58,0604th year of service 61 60,005 61,5055th year of service 67 63,781 65,3766th year of service 71 66,282 67,9397th year of service 75 68,761 70,4808th year of service 79 71,497 73,2849th year of service and thereafter 84 75,084 76,961Senior Allotment Officer 89 78,929 80,902Community Services Officer 96 84,711 86,829Social Worker Grade I 89 78,929 80,902Senior Social Worker 96 84,711 86,829Regional Social Work AdviserSouth Eastern, Orana and Far West and South 89 78,929 80,902Western Health RegionsCentral Western, North Coast, Illawarra and 96 84,711 86,829New England Health RegionsSouthern Metropolitan, Northern 107 94,382 96,742Metropolitan, Western Metropolitan andHunter Health Regions Stores Officers Various Departments Agreement No. 2038 of 1973; Determination 534 of 1978; Determination 747 of 1982Stores Officer, Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Stores OfficersGrade 11st year of service 31 45,519 46,6572nd year of service and thereafter 33 46,332 47,490 - 155 -
  • 156. Grade 21st year of service 34 46,767 47,9362nd year of service and thereafter 35 47,145 48,324Grade 31st year of service 36 47,625 48,8162nd year of service and thereafter 37 48,080 49,282Grade 41st year of service 39 48,980 50,2052nd year of service 41 49,940 51,1893rd year of service and thereafter 41 49,940 51,189Stores and Despatch OfficerArt Gallery of N.S.W.1st year of service 39 48,980 50,2052nd year of service 40 49,384 50,6193rd year of service and thereafter 41 49,940 51,189Drug Checker and Counter HandCommercial Services Group1st year of service 37 48,080 49,2822nd year of service and thereafter 38 48,481 49,693Area SupervisorsCommercial Services Group1st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service and thereafter 48 53,089 54,416Second O.I.C. (Other Areas)Commercial Services Group1st year of service 37 48,080 49,2822nd year of service and thereafter 38 48,481 49,693Area Supervisors (Sheas Creek Stores)Despatch Section, Government SupplyDepartment1st year of service 52 55,131 56,5092nd year of service and thereafter 55 56,644 58,060Packing Section and Sheds 68-72Commercial Services Group1st year of service 49 53,636 54,9772nd year of service and thereafter 51 54,576 55,940Section O.I.C. (Areas) - 156 -
  • 157. Commercial Services Group1st year of service 41 49,940 51,1892nd year of service and thereafter 43 50,831 52,102Packing Section and Sheds 68-72Commercial Services Group1st year of service 39 48,980 50,2052nd year of service and thereafter 40 49,384 50,619Assistant Inspector of Packing and Quality 56 57,175 58,604Control,Commercial Services GroupInspector of Packing and Quality Control, 59 58,858 60,329Commercial Services GroupController of Order Processing, Commercial 59 58,858 60,329Services GroupStores Controller, CMA 46 52,104 53,407Assistant Stores Controller, CMA 40 49,384 50,619Chief Stores Officer, Government MotorGarage1st year of service 46 52,104 53,4072nd year of service 48 53,089 54,4163rd year of service and thereafter 49 53,636 54,977 Student Association Officer, Department of Technical and Further Education Determination No. 5 of 2001Department of Technical and Further EducationClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Assistant Student Association OfficerStep 1 46 52,104 53,407Step 2 49 53,636 54,977Step 3 52 55,131 56,509Step 4 55 56,644 58,060Student Association Officer Level 1Step 1 58 58,249 59,705Step 2 61 60,005 61,505Step 3 64 61,878 63,425Step 4 67 63,781 65,376Student Association Officer Level 2Step 1 75 68,761 70,480Step 2 78 70,929 72,702 - 157 -
  • 158. Step 3 82 73,709 75,552Step 4* 85 75,870 77,767* Direct appointment to the last incrementalstep on the new classification structure will occur byway of an allowance. Per PerAllowance - Overnight duties on weekends and night nightvacation trips (per night) - 87.58 89.77Student Association Officers who work 11.00 am- 7.00pm shift receive 10% shift allowance.Casual Assistant Student Association Officer Per hour Per hour(per hour) (Dept. formula) - 35.54 36.43Casual Student Association Officer (per hour) Per hour Per hour(Dept. Formula) - 39.74 40.73Engaged for periods of not less than 3 hours and be paid as such. Rates include a 15% loading in lieu of all leaveentitlements excluding LSL and 1/12th annual leave. Surveyors, Trigonometrical Surveyors and Cartographic Surveyors, Various Departments Agreement No. 2449 of 1982Surveyors, Trigonometrical Surveyors and Cartographic Surveyors,Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Grade I1st year of service 50 54,155 55,5092nd year of service 56 57,175 58,6043rd year of service 63 61,282 62,8144th year of service 70 65,626 67,2675th year of service and thereafter 76 69,518 71,256Grade II1st year of service 82 73,709 75,5522nd year of service 86 76,548 78,4623rd year of service 89 78,929 80,9024th year of service and thereafter 92 81,224 83,255Grade III1st year of service 97 85,562 87,7012nd year of service 100 88,220 90,4263rd year of service 104 91,580 93,8704th year of service and thereafter 107 94,382 96,742Grade IV1st year of service 112 99,116 101,5942nd year of service 115 102,024 104,5753rd year of service and thereafter 117 104,050 106,651 - 158 -
  • 159. Grade V1st year of service 121 108,317 111,0252nd year of service and thereafter 123 110,451 113,212 Technical Officers (Engineering) Determination No. 803 of 1983Technical Officers (Engineering)Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $Grade 11st year of service 48 53,089 54,4162nd year of service 51 54,576 55,9403rd year of service 54 56,089 57,4914th year of service 56 57,175 58,6045th year of service 59 58,858 60,329Grade 21st year of service 64 61,878 63,4252nd year of service 66 63,136 64,7143rd year of service 68 64,249 65,8554th year of service 70 65,626 67,267Grade 31st year of service and thereafter 77 70,113 71,866Senior Technical OfficerGrade 11st year of service 75 68,761 70,4802nd year of service 77 70,113 71,8663rd year of service 80 72,273 74,080Grade 21st year of service 83 74,429 76,2902nd year of service 86 76,548 78,462Grade 3 90 79,710 81,703 Technical Surveyors, All Departments Agreement No. 2494 of 1986Technical Surveyors, All DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Assistant Technical Surveyors1st year of service 2 22,604 23,1692nd year of service 5 26,830 27,501 - 159 -
  • 160. 3rd year of service 7 30,432 31,1934th year of service 11 36,809 37,7295th year of service 17 39,670 40,6626th year of service 20 40,752 41,7717th year of service 23 42,477 43,5398th year of service 25 43,248 44,3299th year of service 28 44,320 45,42810th year of service 32 45,959 47,10811th year of service 36 47,625 48,81612th year of service 40 49,384 50,61913th year of service 46 52,104 53,40714th year of service 49 53,636 54,97715th year of service 52 55,131 56,50916th year of service 55 56,644 58,060Officer with HSC at 19 paid not less than 9 34,483 35,345Technical SurveyorGrade 11st year of service 58 58,249 59,7052nd year of service 61 60,005 61,5053rd year of service 64 61,878 63,4254th year of service 67 63,781 65,376Grade 21st year of service 73 67,539 69,2272nd year of service 76 69,518 71,2563rd year of service 80 72,273 74,0804th year of service 83 74,429 76,290Grade 31st year of service 88 78,142 80,0962nd year of service 91 80,479 82,491 Technician (Security Services), Department of Education and Training, Public Service Board Determination dated 4 February, 1988Technician (Security Services) - Department of Education and Training Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Grade 1Year 1 59 58,858 60,329Thereafter 60 59,404 60,889Grade 2Year 1 62 60,571 62,085Thereafter 63 61,282 62,814 - 160 -
  • 161. On call allowance - 222.70 228.00 Timekeepers and/or Storekeepers, Various Departments (other than State Dockyard) Salaries Agreement No. 2418 of 1982Timekeepers and/or Storekeepers, Various Departments (other than State Dockyard)Classification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Timekeeper and/or StorekeeperGrade I1st year of service 34 46,767 47,9362nd year of service 37 48,080 49,282Grade II1st year of service 39 48,980 50,2052nd year of service 42 50,332 51,590Assistant to Supervisory TimekeeperOn Appointment 43 50,831 52,102Special Grade1st year of service 45 51,707 53,0002nd year of service 46 52,104 53,407 Tracers, Various Departments Agreement No. 2192 of 1975Tracers, Various DepartmentsClassification and Grades Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $General Scale1st year of service or under 17 2 22,604 23,1692nd year of service or 17 4 25,229 25,8603rd year of service or 18 6 28,630 29,3464th year of service or 19 8 32,518 33,3315th year of service or 20 10 36,473 37,3856th year of service or 21 17 39,670 40,6627th year of service 19 40,410 41,4208th year of service 23 42,477 43,5399th year of service 25 43,248 44,329Grade 11st year of service 26 43,598 44,6882nd year of service 28 44,320 45,428Grade 21st year of service 31 45,519 46,657 - 161 -
  • 162. 2nd year of service 33 46,332 47,490Grade 31st year of service 35 47,145 48,3242nd year of service 37 48,080 49,282Grade 41st year of service 39 48,980 50,2052nd year of service 40 49,384 50,619 Visual Aids Officers Agreement No. 1810 of 1971Department of Education and Training/TAFEClassification Common 1.7.10 1.7.11 Salary Per annum Per annum Point 2.5% $ $Non-Graduate1st year 41 49,940 51,1892nd year 47 52,651 53,9673rd year 52 55,131 56,5094th year 57 57,679 59,1215th year 62 60,571 62,0856th year 66 63,136 64,7147th year 79 64,985 66,6108th year 71 66,282 67,939Graduate1st year 43 50,831 52,1022nd year 48 53,089 54,4163rd year 54 56,089 57,4914th year 60 59,404 60,8895th year 66 63,136 64,7146th year 71 66,282 67,9397th year 75 68,761 70,4808th year 79 71,497 73,2849th year 84 75,084 76,961Senior Visual Aids Officer1st year 81 72,922 74,7452nd year 85 75,870 77,7673rd year 89 78,929 80,9024th year 94 82,959 85,033 - 162 -
  • 163. 23. This variation shall take effect from the first full pay period commencing on or after 1 July 2011. R. P. BOLAND J , President A.F. BACKMAN J I. TABBAA, Commissioner. ____________________Printed by the authority of the Industrial Registrar. - 163 -

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