Schedule 3. Professional staff salaries

Annual salary ($)

Level (step) 

2 February 2023

 

3.5% administrative increase

 

21 December 2023

 

2.5% increase 

4 July 2024

 

2.5% increase

19 December 2024

 

2.5% increase 

3 July 2025

 

2.5% increase

18 December 2025

 

2.5% increase 

18 June 2026

 

2.5% increase

ANUO2
1 58,422 59,882 61,379 62,914 64,487 66,099 67,751
2 59,753 61,246 62,778 64,347 65,956 67,605 69,295
3 60,970 62,494 64,056 65,658 67,299 68,982 70,706
ANUO3
1 63,199 64,779 66,399 68,059 69,760 71,504 73,292
2 65,325 66,958 68,632 70,348 72,107 73,909 75,757
3 67,446 69,132 70,860 72,632 74,448 76,309 78,216
4 69,703 71,446 73,232 75,063 76,939 78,863 80,834
ANUO4
1 70,102 71,854 73,650 75,492 77,379 79,314 81,296
2 72,360 74,169 76,023 77,924 79,872 81,869 83,915
3 74,641 76,507 78,420 80,380 82,390 84,450 86,561
4 75,843 77,739 79,682 81,674 83,716 85,809 87,954
ANUO5
1 77,399 79,334 81,318 83,351 85,434 87,570 89,760
2 79,657 81,648 83,689 85,782 87,926 90,124 92,377
3 82,050 84,101 86,203 88,385 90,567 92,832 95,152
4 84,434 86,545 88,709 90,926 93,200 95,530 97,918
ANUO6
1 86,960 89,134 91,362 93,646 95,987 98,387 100,847
2 90,937 93,211 95,541 97,929 100,378 102,887 105,459
ANUO7
1 95,324 97,707 100,149 102,653 105,219 107,850 110,546
2 100,098 102,600 105,165 107,795 110,489 113,252 116,083
ANU08
1 107,263 109,945 112,693 115,511 118,399 121,359 124,392
2 114,700 117,567 120,506 123,519 126,607 129,772 133,017
SM1
1 122,133 125,186 128,316 131,524 134,812 138,182 141,637
2 127,967 131,167 134,446 137,807 141,252 144,783 148,403
SM2 137,231 140,661 144,178 147,782 151,477 155,264 159,145
SM3 149,688 153,430 157,266 161,198 165,227 169,358 173,592
SM4 163,985 168,085 172,287 176,594 181,009 185,534 190,173
SM5 179,304 183,787 188,382 193,091 197,919 202,867 207,938


* The entry point for a staff member in the maintenance stream who is an experienced tradesperson will be not less than ANUO3, step 3.

S3.2.   Supported salary rates for staff with disabilities 

A person to whom Schedule 7 (Application of supported wage system for staff member with a disability) applies will be paid the greater of either $102 per week or the applicable percentage of the relevant base salary rate for the class of work which the person is performing, according to the following table:

Assessed capacity (%)

% of prescribed salary rate

10*

10

20

20

30

30

40

40

50

50

60

60

70

70

80

80

90

90

* Where a person's assessed capacity is 10%, the person will receive a high degree of assistance and support

S3.3.    Academic and professional staff working in University House and hospitality staff working in Halls of Residence

S3.3.1.     Professional staff – University House and hospitality stream staff working Halls of Residence

Annual salary ($)

Level

(step)

2 February 2023

 

3.5% administrative increase

21 December 2023

 

2.5% increase

4 July 2024

 

2.5% increase

 

19 December 2024

 

2.5% increase

3 July 2025

 

2.5% increase

 

18 December 2025

 

2.5% increase

18 June 2026

 

2.5% increase

ANUO1

1

50,177

51,431

52,717

54,035

55,386

56,770

58,190

2

51,146

52,424

53,735

55,078

56,455

57,867

59,313

3

52,111

53,414

54,749

56,118

57,521

58,959

60,433

ANUO2

1

53,560

54,899

56,272

57,678

59,120

60,598

62,113

2

54,774

56,144

57,547

58,986

60,461

61,972

63,521

3

55,882

57,279

58,711

60,179

61,683

63,225

64,806

ANUO3

1

57,913

59,361

60,845

62,366

63,926

65,524

67,162

2

59,849

61,345

62,879

64,451

66,062

67,714

69,406

3

61,783

63,328

64,911

66,534

68,197

69,902

71,650

4

63,838

65,434

67,070

68,746

70,465

72,227

74,032

ANUO4

1

64,200

65,805

67,450

69,136

70,865

72,636

74,452

2

66,259

67,915

69,613

71,353

73,137

74,966

76,840

3

68,337

70,045

71,796

73,591

75,431

77,317

79,250

4

69,493

71,230

73,011

74,836

76,707

78,625

80,591

ANUO5

1

70,849

72,620

74,436

76,296

78,204

80,159

82,163

2

72,903

74,726

76,594

78,509

80,472

82,483

84,546

3

75,084

76,961

78,885

80,857

82,879

84,951

87,075

4

77,257

79,188

81,168

83,197

85,277

87,409

89,594

ANUO6

1

79,555

81,544

83,583

85,672

87,814

90,009

92,260

2

83,179

85,258

87,390

89,574

91,814

94,109

96,462

ANU07

1

87,173

89,352

91,586

93,876

96,223

98,628

101,094

2

91,524

93,812

96,157

98,651

101,025

103,551

106,140

ANU08

1

98,049

100,500

103,012

105,588

108,227

110,933

113,706

2

104,822

107,442

110,128

112,882

115,704

118,596

121,561

SM1

1

111,593

114,382

117,242

120,173

123,177

126,257

129,413

2

116,909

119,832

122,828

125,899

129,046

132,272

135,579

SM2

125,348

128,482

131,694

134,986

138,361

141,820

145,365

SM3

136,688

140,106

143,608

147,198

150,878

154,650

158,517

SM4

149,716

153,459

157,295

161,228

165,258

169,390

173,624

SM5

163,668

167,759

171,953

176,252

180,658

185,175

189,804

S3.3.2.  Academic staff – University House

Any staff member employed as an academic member at University House will have their base salary fixed as at 22 July 1999 indexed according to increases for other University House staff.

S3.4.   Casual staff engaged as simulated patients

S3.4.1.  The following employment conditions and rates of pay apply to staff engaged as Simulated Patients from the date of operation of this Agreement.

S3.4.2.  Clause 14.7 (Casual Loading), clauses 14.14 – 14.17 (Minimum engagement), clause 23 (Incremental salary progression), clause 22.11 (Salaries casual professional staff), Schedule 4 (Allowances), clauses 22.1 – 22.2 (Payment of salaries), clause 18 (Hours of work) and Schedules 1, 2 and 6 do not apply to casual staff who are engaged as Simulated Patients.

S3.4.3.  Casual staff members who are engaged as a Simulated Patient must for each performance be paid 16.7% of the weekly rate as set out by the current Live Performance Award (Performer Grade 2), plus a 25% casual loading. Casual staff members covered under this clause will receive the rates set out in accordance with this clause, or the EA salary rates set out in accordance with table S3.4.6, whichever is greater. The minimum payment of such a performance will normally be three hours.

S3.4.4. Any additional hours for a given session above the three hour minimum will be paid at an hourly rate derived by dividing the weekly rate as set out in the Live Performance Award (Performer Grade 2) by 38 plus the 25% loading in S3.4.3. The casual staff members covered under this clause will receive the rates set out in accordance with this clause, or the rates set out in table S.3.4.7, whichever is greater.

S3.4.5. After each National Wage Decision, the particular parties to the agreement relating to the Simulated Patient cohort, MEAA and ANU, will meet as soon as possible to discuss any implications of that decision and the pay rates of the ANU Enterprise Agreement.

S3.4.6.  Casual rates for minimum engagement and additional hours as defined in S3.4.3 and S3.4.4 provided in the following table are inclusive of the 25% loading

Effective date

Minimum payment ($)

(up to 3 hours of delivery)

Hourly rate ($)

(inclusive of 25% casual loading)

2 February 2023 

225.18

35.48

1 July 2023 

238.12

37.52

21 December 2023 

244.07

38.46

4 July 2024 

250.17

39.42

19 December 2024 

256.43

40.40

3 July 2025  262.84 41.42
18 December 2025  269.41 42.45
18 June 2026  276.15 43.51

S3.4.7. From the date of operation of the Agreement, casual staff members who are engaged to perform as an individual simulated patient before a Large Lecture Class or Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) will receive a rate that incorporates a 10% increase on top of the base performance rate defined in S3.4.6 and is inclusive of the casual loading.

S3.4.8. The casual loading in S3.4.6 and S3.4.7 is paid instead of all paid leave entitlements, except as provided in clauses 35, 36, 39 and 40.

S3.4.9. Simulated Patients will be paid in the next (closest) fortnightly pay period, following the submission of an approved timesheet.

S3.4.10. If a Simulated Patient would have received an entitlement under the Live Performance Award, and there is no equivalent entitlement (or an entitlement of lesser value) available under the Agreement, the staff member will be paid and/or receive the entitlement in accordance with the Live Performance Award.  

S3.4.11. Recordings used for other non-educational and/or income generating purposes will require approval from the staff member, consultation with MEAA, and payment of (i) the applicable weekly, casual or rehearsal rate (as relevant) payable to the Performer under the Live Performance Award for the rehearsal and performance of the Performance to be recorded; and ii. payment of the current Australian Feature Film Collective Agreement 2012 daily rate (the “AFFCA Daily Rate”)) + 12.5% superannuation; and iii. Ancillary usage of 57.5% of the AFFCA Daily Rate.

S3.4.12. The following definition will apply:

Performer: A performer is required to have relevant experience in the entertainment industry and/or is employed in theatrical productions performing as directed to an existing script and who is required to exercise their artistic skills to a professional standard as required. A staff member at this level will have appropriate qualifications or be able to demonstrate they possess skills of an equivalent standard.

 

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