Classification Salary on commencement* Salary 12 months after commencement* Salary 18 months after commencement* APS level 1: $50,525 : $51,535 : $52,050 endstream endobj 2512 0 obj <>/Metadata 40 0 R/Pages 2509 0 R/StructTreeRoot 50 0 R/Type/Catalog/ViewerPreferences 2529 0 R>> endobj 2513 0 obj <>/MediaBox[0 0 595.32 841.92]/Parent 2509 0 R/Resources<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Tabs/S/Type/Page>> endobj 2514 0 obj <>stream *The BAYVIEW, ID, WAS ADDED TO THE LOCATION COVERAGE OF THIS TABLE. So find a consulting firm or start hitting agents up for roles at Defence. EMPLOYEES WHO ARE COVERED BY A SPECIAL RATE SCHEDULE ARE ENTITLED TO THE APPLICABLE SPECIAL RATE WITHIN THAT SCHEDULE UNLESS THEY ARE ENTITLED TO A HIGHER RATE OF BASIC PAY UNDER OTHER AUTHORITY (E.G., A HIGHER LOCALITY RATE OR A RETAINED RATE). GOOSE CREEK, SC, WAS MOVED TO THE LOCATION COVERAGE OF TABLE 983V, PER 12/29/10 REQUEST FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (EFFECTIVE THE FIRST DAY OF THE FIRST PAY PERIOD BEGINNING ON OR AFTER 01/18/2011). Job applications - the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. If you are using assistive technology to view web content, please ensure your settings allow for the page content to update after initial load (this is sometimes called "forms mode"). Integrated Leadership System (ILS) Conditions of engagement. The formula for a winning company culture. All Defence APS employees enjoy a range of non-salary-related benefits.
Integrated Leadership System (ILS) Conditions of engagement. So find a consulting firm or start hitting agents up for roles at Defence. The Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) is a central agency within the Prime Minister and Cabinet portfolio. These include generous leave entitlements and access to flexible working arrangements such as flex time, part-time work and teleworking. MODIFIED TABLE APPROVED ON 03/09/2017, PER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REQUEST. Your AGLN Townsville Committee, Australian Government Leadership Network: South Australia, Australian Government Leadership Network: South Queensland, Australian Government Leadership Network: Tasmania, Australian Government Leadership Network: Victoria, Australian Government Leadership Network: Western Australia, COMClub of Regional Heads: Northern Territory, Leadership and Learning - Frequently Asked Questions, Contact the Centre for Leadership and Learning, Print-on-demand: APS Values, Employment Principles and Code of Conduct, Print-on-demand: Office of the Merit Protection Commissioner, Circular 2008/3: Providing information on Code of Conduct investigation outcomes to complainants, Circular 2009/5: Service for redundancy pay purposes - Employees with prior service with the ACT Public Service, Circular 2013/01: Changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 in relation to Parental leave, Circular 2013/10: Guidance for agencies on managing cyber-bullying of APS employees by members of the public, Circular 2013/09: Transitional arrangements for APS employees affected by Machinery of Government Changes, Commission Advice 2013/14: Use and disclosure of employee information, Circular 2014/3 - Amendments to the Australian Public Service Commissioners Directions 2013, Circular 2014/4 - Amendments to the Public Service Classification Rules 2000, Circular 2015/2: Introduction of the Australian Public Service Enterprise Award 2015, Circular 2015/3: Amendments to the Australian Public Service Commissioner's Directions 2013 (2015 Measures No.1), Circular 2015/4: Merger of ComSuper into the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation—re-entry to the Australian Public Service, Circular 2015/5: Implementation of Machinery of Government changes, Circular 2015/6: Update to the Australian Public Service Enterprise Award 2015, Circular 2015/7: Amendments to the Australian Public Service Commissioner's Directions 2013 (2015 Measures No.