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    Schedule 1 - Pay Rates (per annum)

    Schedule 1 - Pay Rates (per annum)

    Classification

    Pay rate as at 20 June 2013

    3.0% salary increase:

    On commencement of the Agreement (1)

    2.0% salary increase :

    12 months after commencement of the Agreement

    1.0% salary increase:

    18 months after commencement of the Agreement

    Graduate Administrative Assistant

    $57,965

    $60,013

    $61,213

    $61,825

    Graduate Administrative Assistant

    $59,470

    $61,563

    $62,794

    $63,422

    APS Level 1

    APS1

    $44,969

    $46,627

    $47,560

    $48,036

    APS1

    $46,478

    $48,181

    $49,145

    $49,636

    APS1

    $47,736

    $49,477

    $50,467

    $50,972

    APS1

    $49,697

    $51,497

    $52,527

    $53,052

    APS Level 2

    APS2

    $50,892

    $52,728

    $53,783

    $54,321

    APS2

    $52,291

    $54,169

    $55,252

    $55,805

    APS2

    $53,663

    $55,582

    $56,694

    $57,261

    APS2

    $55,058

    $57,019

    $58,159

    $58,741

    APS2

    $56,435

    $58,437

    $59,606

    $60,202

    APS Level 3

    APS3

    $57,965

    $60,013

    $61,213

    $61,825

    APS3

    $59,470

    $61,563

    $62,794

    $63,422

    APS3

    $60,981

    $63,119

    $64,381

    $65,025

    APS3

    $62,560

    $64,746

    $66,041

    $66,701

    APS Level 4

    APS4

    $64,605

    $66,852

    $68,189

    $68,871

    APS4

    $66,657

    $68,966

    $70,345

    $71,048

    APS4

    $68,392

    $70,753

    $72,168

    $72,890

    APS4

    $70,144

    $72,557

    $74,008

    $74,748

    APS Level 5

    APS5

    $72,056

    $74,527

    $76,018

    $76,778

    APS5

    $74,313

    $76,851

    $78,388

    $79,172

    APS5

    $76,407

    $79,008

    $80,588

    $81,394

    APS Level 6

    APS6

    $77,824

    $80,468

    $82,077

    $82,898

    APS6

    $79,759

    $82,461

    $84,110

    $84,951

    APS6

    $81,946

    $84,713

    $86,407

    $87,271

    APS6

    $86,067

    $88,958

    $90,737

    $91,644

    APS6

    $89,400

    $92,391

    $94,239

    $95,181

    (1) Base salary pay points as at 20 June 2013 have been increased by $300 prior to the 3.0% salary increase on commencement. This reflects the rolling in of the 2011 ATO Enterprise Agreement provision – Health and Wellbeing allowance

    Executive Level 1

    EL1

    $99,769

    $103,071

    $105,132

    $106,183

    EL1

    $104,283

    $107,720

    $109,874

    $110,973

    EL1

    $108,796

    $112,369

    $114,616

    $115,762

    EL1 Transitional pay point *

    $107,732

    $111,273

    $113,498

    $114,633

    Executive Level 2

    EL2

    $120,128

    $124,041

    $126,522

    $127,787

    EL2

    $124,143

    $128,176

    $130,740

    $132,047

    EL2

    $128,163

    $132,317

    $134,963

    $136,313

    EL2

    $132,182

    $136,456

    $139,185

    $140,577

    EL2

    $136,196

    $140,591

    $143,403

    $144,837

    EL2 higher work value pay points **

    EL2 higher work value **

    $136,198

    $140,593

    $143,405

    $144,839

    EL2 higher work value **

    $139,673

    $144,172

    $147,055

    $148,526

    EL2 higher work value **

    $143,149

    $147,752

    $150,707

    $152,214

    * The EL1 transitional pay point only applies to employees who were at the EL1 level in the ATO prior to 8 July 2009.

    ** The EL2 higher work value pay points only apply to:

    a) employees who were substantive EL2.2s in the ATO at the commencement of this Agreement;

    b) employees who are directed to perform EL2 duties at a higher work value either on a temporary or permanent basis.

    Cadet (Whilst Undertaking Study)

    Under 18 years of age (if engaged before this Agreement) ***

    $15,266

    $16,033

    $16,354

    $16,518

    At 18 years of age (if engaged before this Agreement) ***

    $17,811

    $18,654

    $19,027

    $19,217

    At 19 years of age (if engaged before this Agreement) ***

    $20,608

    $21,535

    $21,966

    $22,186

    At 20 years of age (if engaged before this Agreement) ***

    $23,156

    $24,160

    $24,643

    $24,889

    Cadet (Study)

    $24,195

    $25,230

    $25,735

    $25,992

    Cadet (Study)

    $24,868

    $25,923

    $26,441

    $26,705

    Cadet APS (Whilst Undertaking Practical Training in the Workplace

    Cadet (Practical Training)

    $44,969

    $46,627

    $47,560

    $48,036

    Cadet (Practical Training)

    $46,479

    $48,182

    $49,146

    $49,637

    Cadet (Practical Training)

    $47,736

    $49,477

    $50,467

    $50,972

    Cadet (Practical Training)

    $49,697

    $51,497

    $52,527

    $53,052

    APS Level 4

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $62,560

    $64,746

    $66,041

    $66,701

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $64,605

    $66,852

    $68,189

    $68,871

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $66,657

    $68,966

    $70,345

    $71,048

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $68,392

    $70,753

    $72,168

    $72,890

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $70,144

    $72,557

    $74,008

    $74,748

    Information Technology Officer Class 1

    $72,056

    $74,527

    $76,018

    $76,778

    Executive Level 1

    Public Affairs Officer Grade 3 ****

    $121,396

    $125,347

    $127,854

    $129,133

    *** These pay rates will only apply to those employees who were engaged as a Cadet before the commencement of this Agreement, where those employees are younger than 21 years of age. The provisions of Clause 14 and 102 will apply to all Cadets younger than 21 years of age who were engaged on or after the commencement of this Agreement.

    **** The EL1 PAO3 pay rates will only apply to those employees who were engaged or promoted to these pay scales on or before 30 June 2006.

    Schedule 2 – ATO Junior rates percentages (refer to clause 14)

    Schedule 2 - ATO Junior rates percentages (refer to clause 14)

    Age of Employee

    Percentage of minimum adult salary

    Under 18 years

    60%

    at 18 years

    70%

    at 19 years

    81%

    at 20 years

    91%

    Schedule 3 – ATO Trainee rates percentages

    Schedule 3 - ATO Trainee rates percentages

    Year of Schooling Completed

    Year 10

    Year 11

    Year 12

    School Leaver

    30% (50%)

    40% (33%)

     

    School Leaver

    40% (33%)

    45% (25%)

    56%

    plus 1 year out of school

    45% (25%)

    56%

    65%

    plus 2 years

    56%

    65%

    73%

    plus 3 years

    65%

    73%

    80%

    plus 4 years

    73%

    80%

    80%

    plus 5 years or more

    80%

    80%

    80%

    Figures in brackets represent time to be spent in recognised training activities. If no bracketed figure, taken to be 20%.

    Schedule 4 - Workplace duties allowances; Departmental Liaison Officer and Community Language

    Schedule 4 - Workplace duties allowance; Departmental Liaison Officer and Community Language

    Allowance amount (per annum)

    Additional Duty

    On commencement of the Agreement

    12 months after commencement of the Agreement

    18 months after commencement of the Agreement

    First Aid Officer

    $631

    $644

    $650

    Site first aid coordinator

    $954

    $973

    $983

    Health and safety representative (1)

    $631

    $644

    $650

    Health and safety coordinator (1)

    $631

    $644

    $650

    Emergency warden (1)

    $375

    $383

    $387

    Chief emergency warden (1)

    $954

    $973

    $983

    Harassment contact officer (1)

    $631

    $644

    $650

    Wellbeing site representative (1)

    $631

    $644

    $650

    Departmental Liaison Officer

    $20,226

    $20,631

    $20,837

    Community Language (2)

    $1,085

    $1,107

    $1,118

    Community Language (3)

    $2,161

    $2,204

    $2,226

    (1) This allowance will only be paid to employees who have successfully completed a recognised training program approved by the ATO.

    (2) Where the employee’s skill is at a level equivalent to the Language Aide Test conducted by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI); or is assessed to be at the equivalent level by the delegate.

    (3) Where the employee’s skill is at a level recognised by NAATI to be at the para-professional interpreter level; or is assessed to be at the equivalent level by the delegate.

    Schedule 5 – Other allowances and reimbursements

    Schedule 5 - Other allowances and reimbursements

    Allowance / maximum reimbursement amount

     

    On commencement of the Agreement

    12 months after commencement of the Agreement

    18 months after commencement of the Agreement

    Assistance with holiday care program costs

    Amount per child per day *

    $20.64

    $21.05

    $21.26

    Maximum per family per week *

    $167.89

    $171.25

    $172.96

    Additional care costs

    Maximum reimbursement amount

    $83.43

    $85.10

    $85.95

    EL2 Professional allowance

    Annual professional allowance

    $1,689

    $1,723

    $1,740

    Intra-city relocation

    APS3 or below

    $1,134

    $1,157

    $1,169

    APS4 or above

    $753

    $768

    $776

    Field work allowance

    Hourly allowance rate

    $1.85

    $1.89

    $1.91

    Cadets

    Annual book and equipment allowance

    $479

    $489

    $494

    Annual living away from home allowance

    $4,166

    $4,249

    $4,291

    Support for excess employees

    Excess employee transition and financial planning and/or preparation of job applications

    $2,266

    $2,311

    $2,334

    ‘Part day’ allowance for travel

    EL1 or below

    $64.92

    $66.22

    $66.88

    EL2

    $76.58

    $78.11

    $78.89

    * Payment is only applicable where the child is enrolled in an accredited school holiday program.

    Schedule 6 – Overtime, penalty rates and restriction allowance

    Schedule 6 – Overtime, penalty rates and restriction allowance

    Overtime

    Rate

    Monday to Saturday (first 3 hours)

    Time and a half

    Monday to Saturday (any time after 3 hours)

    Double time

    Sunday

    Double time

    Public holidays *

    Overtime worked on public holidays will be paid at double time and a half. If an employee performs normal duty on a public holiday, duty during regular hours will be payable at time and a half, in addition to payment for the holiday

    Christmas closedown (excluding Public Holidays)

    Where an employee is directed to work during their regular hours on the remaining two and a half days of the Christmas Closedown to provide essential services, the employee will have the option of being paid overtime at the rate of time and a half or receive time off in lieu at a rate of time and a half. Time worked outside of regular hours on those two and a half days will be paid as overtime at double time

    * Public holiday (or another day substituted for a public holiday) Easter Saturday and the first working day following Boxing Day.

    Restriction allowance

    Salary includes any allowance paid in the nature of salary.

    1. 7.5% of hourly rate of salary for each hour restricted Monday to Friday;
    2. 10% of hourly rate of salary for each hour restricted Saturday and Sunday
    3. 15% of hourly rate of salary for each hour restricted on public holidays and rostered days off.

    Schedule 7 – Supported Wage Scheme

    1.1

    This schedule defines the conditions which will apply to employees who because of the effects of a disability are eligible for a supported wage under the terms of this Agreement.

    Eligibility criteria

    1.2

    Employees covered by this schedule will be those who are unable to perform the range of duties to the competence level required within the classification for which the employee is engaged under this Agreement, because of the effects of a disability on their productive capacity and who meet the impairment criteria for receipt of a disability support pension.

    1.3

    The schedule does not apply to any existing employee who has a claim against the ATO which is subject to the provisions of workers compensation legislation or any provision of this Agreement relating to the rehabilitation of employees who are injured in the course of their employment.

    Supported wage rates

    1.4

    Employees to whom this clause applies shall be paid the applicable percentage of the relevant minimum wage according to the following schedule:

     

    Assessed capacity

    % of prescribed salary rate

     

    10%

    10%

     

    20%

    20%

     

    30%

    30%

     

    40%

    40%

     

    50%

    50%

     

    60%

    60%

     

    70%

    70%

     

    80%

    80%

     

    90%

    90%

    1.5

    The minimum amount payable must be not less than the minimum weekly amount prescribed by the Fair Work Commission in the APS Award from time to time.

    1.6

    Where an employee’s assessed capacity is 10%; they must receive a high degree of assistance and support.

    Other terms and conditions of employment

    1.7

    Where an assessment has been made, the applicable percentage will apply to the relevant wage rate only. Employees covered by the provisions of the schedule will be entitled to the same terms and conditions of employment as all other workers covered by this agreement.

    1.8

    The ATO will take reasonable steps to make changes in the workplace where this will enhance the employee’s capacity to do the job.

    Trial Period

    1.9

    In order for an adequate assessment of the employee’s capacity to be made, the ATO may employ a person under the provisions of this schedule for a Trial Period not exceeding 12 weeks, except that in some cases additional work adjustment time (not exceeding four weeks) may be needed.

    1.10

    During that Trial Period, the assessment of capacity will be undertaken and the percentage of the relevant minimum wage for a continuing employment relationship will be determined.

    1.11

    The minimum amount payable to the employee during the Trial Period must be no less than the minimum weekly amount prescribed by the Fair Work Commission in the APS Award from time to time.

    1.12

    Work trials should include induction or training as appropriate to the job being trialled.

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