Schedule 4. Allowances

Academic Staff Allowances

S4.1. Clinical loadings for academic staff

​A medically qualified full time staff member at Level B or higher who is employed in a medical sciences area will receive a loading, being:

  Annual allowance ($)
 

2 Feb 2023

3.5%

21 Dec 2023

2.5%

4 Jul 2024

2.5%

19 Dec 2024

2.5%

3 Jul 2025

2.5%

18 Dec 2025

2.5%

18 Jun 2026

2.5%

Where the staff member

has significant

responsibility for

patient care

31,011

31,787

32,582

33,396

34,231

35,087 35,964

Where the staff member

does not have

significant responsibility 

for patient care

15,528 15,916 16,314 16,722 17,140 17,569 18,008

S4.1.1 Clinical loadings will be superannuable and paid pro-rata for part time staff.

Professional staff allowances

S4.2. Long service allowance for professional staff

S4.2.1 A staff member employed by the University before 11 March 1993 in a pre-ANU Officer classification listed in the following table (or any earlier date specified therein) is entitled to a Long Service Allowance (LSA) in accordance with the scale prescribed below, provided that the staff member has at least 10 years’ continuous and satisfactory service (excluding casual employment) and has been paid at the top of their current salary range for 5 years. Time spent on the top of the range under the pre 5 March 2009 salary structure will count as service when calculating the entitlement to LSA if staff move to a new top of the range pursuant to clause 68 (Classifications and salary structure).

S4.2.2. For the purpose of this clause ‘continuous service’ will include a period of leave granted for the purpose of serving in the Defence Forces of the Commonwealth in time of war or defence emergency or during a period of compulsory training or service

S4.2.3. A staff member who is in receipt of a LSA and is subsequently reclassified will be transferred to a salary step in the new classification that absorbs the allowance. That staff member, if reclassified to an ANU Officer level that still attracts the LSA, will again be entitled to the LSA on satisfaction of the criteria in S4.2.1.

S4.2.4. A staff member who was paid at the top of the range of an eligible classification prior to transfer to the ANU Officer levels is eligible for payment of the LSA when they reach the top of the range of the ANU Officer levels to which they transferred, provided that the combined number of years at the top of both ranges total five and they have the relevant number of years of continuous service.

S4.2.5. The LSA will be deemed to be salary for all purposes except the payment of loadings, allowances and penalty rates  

S4.2.6. The LSA will be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b) (Operating Grant Indexation rate).

S4.2.7. The parties acknowledge that the arrangements contained in this clause may not be applicable in all cases. Where anomalies arise they will be referred to the Chief People Officer and determined on a case by case basis.

Classification prior to 11 March 1993 Current ANU Officer Level and Stream Years of Service Allowance
($ pa)

ANU Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 2

10

2,016

 

 

15

2,857

 

 

20

3,846

ANU Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 3

10

2,183

 

 

15

3,362

 

 

20

4,369

ANU Grade 3

ANU Officer Level 4

10

2,518

(employed prior to 10.3.82)

 

15

3,695

 

 

20

4,875

ANU Grade 4

ANU Officer Level 5

10

2,688

(employed prior to 10.3.82)

 

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

ANU Stores 1

ANU Officer Level 2

10

2,016

 

(Stores)

15

2,857

 

 

20

3,864

ANU Stores 2

ANU Officer Level 3

10

2,183

 

(Stores)

15

3,362

 

 

20

4,369

ANU Stores 3

ANU Officer Level 4

10

2,518

(employed prior to 10.3.82)

(Stores)

15

3,695

 

 

20

4,875

ANU Stores 4

ANU Officer Level 5

10

2,688

(employed prior to 10.3.82)

(Stores)

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

Archivist Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 5/6

10

3,021

 

(Archives)

15

4,369

 

 

20

5,883

Attendant Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 1

15

839

 

(General Services)

20

1,678

Attendant Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 2

15

1,006

 

(General Services)

20

1,850

Cleaner

ANU Officer Grade 1

10

1,850

 

(Cleaning)

15

2,688

 

 

20

3,531

Engineer Class 1

ANU Officer Level 5/6

15

1,512

 

(Engineering)

20

2,857

Foreman - Electrician

ANU Officer Level 5

15

1,346

Carpenter, Fitter, Painter

 

20

2,688

Foreman – Plumber

ANU Officer Level 5

10

2,688

 

 

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

Labourer (Other)

ANU Officer Level 1

15

839

 

(General Services)

20

1,678

Laboratory Attendant

ANU Officer Level 1

15

839

 

(Technical)

20

1,678

Lab Technician Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 2

10

2,016

Salary Maintenance

(Technical)

15

3,021

 

 

20

4,035

Lab Technician Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 3

10

2,352

 

(Technical)

15

3,362

 

 

20

4,541

Sen Lab Tech Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 5

10

2,688

 

(Technical)

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

Library Officer Class 2

ANU Officer Level 4

10

2,688

 

(Library)

15

3,531

 

 

20

4,709

Assistant Programmer

ANU Officer Level 4

10

2,688

Salary Maintenance

(IT)

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

Programmer Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 5/6

10

3,021

 

(IT)

15

4,369

 

 

20

5,883

Programmer Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 7

10

3,195

 

(IT)

15

4,875

 

 

20

6,386

Prog Assistant Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 2

10

2,016

 

(IT)

15

2,857

 

 

20

3,864

Prog Assistant Grade 2

ANU Officer Level 3

10

2,183

 

(IT)

15

3,362

 

 

20

4,369

Prog Assistant Grade 3

ANU Officer Level 4

10

2,518

Salary Maintenance

(IT)

15

3,695

 

 

20

4,875

Technical Officer

ANU Officer Level 4/5

 

 

Draughting Officer

(Tech & Draught/Ill)

20

1,346

Illustrator

 

 

 

Sen Technical Officer 1 & 2

ANU Officer Level 6

10

3,021

Sen Draughting Officer 1 & 2

(Tech & Draught/Ill)

15

4,541

Sen Illustrator 1 & 2

 

20

6,051

Sen Technical Officer 3

ANU Officer Level 7

10

3,195

Sen Draughting Officer 3

(Tech & Draught/Ill)

15

4,875

Sen Illustrator 3

 

20

6,386

Translator Grade 1

ANU Officer Level 5

10

2,688

(employed prior to 10.3.82)

(Admin)

15

4,035

 

 

20

5,377

Workshop Assistant

ANU Officer Level 1

10

1,850

 

(Technical)

15

2,530

 

 

20

3,324

S4.3. Specific pathogen free allowance

A staff member working in the Specific Pathogen Free Mouse Breeding Colony in the Animal Breeding Establishment of the John Curtin School of Medical Research who is required to carry out the major part of their work in the specific pathogen free area is entitled to:  

  1. an allowance of $0.88 per hour in addition to their normal rate of pay; and
  2. an allowance of $2.51 on each occasion that the staff member is required to submit a nasal swab.

These allowances will be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).  

S4.4. Allowances for maintenance and grounds staff

S4.4.1.    Industry allowance: A maintenance or grounds staff member, including an apprentice, who performs duties in the open which involve exposure to extremes of weather and/or a lack of usual amenities and/or is required to perform ad hoc duties in special conditions or environments consistent with the nature of their work, will be paid an allowance of $28.08 per week, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).

S4.4.2.    Electrical “A” Class licence allowance: A maintenance staff member who is employed as an electrician will be paid an allowance of $37.38 per week for the continuance of their electrical licence, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(c).

S4.4.3.    Trade allowance for plumbers: A maintenance staff member who is employed as a plumber will be paid a trade allowance of $21.28 per week, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).

S4.4.4.   Tool allowance: Where a maintenance staff member is required by the University to provide and maintain their own tools for work purposes, that staff member will be paid a tool allowance of $30.37 per week, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(c).

S4.5.   Allowances for cleaners

staff member who is required to clean lavatories for the major portion of a day or shift will be paid an allowance of $1.41 per day or shift, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b), while so engaged.

S4.6.    Chief Warden allowance

A staff member who is designated as a Chief Warden for their building is entitled to an allowance of $13.60 per week, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).

S4.7.    First aid allowance

A staff member who is designated as a first aid officer in accordance with clause 67 (First aid) is entitled to an allowance as specified below, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).

Certification Weekly allowance ($)
Provide first aid 9.60
Advanced first aid or Occupational first aid 14.48

S4.8. Uniform allowance

S4.8.1. For the purposes of S4.8 (Uniform allowance) and S4.9 (Laundry allowance) a "uniform" shall mean any coat, dress, cap, apron, cuffs or other special article of clothing the University requires an employee to wear in the performance of work. 

S4.8.2. A staff member who is employed in the Hospitality stream who is required by the University to wear a uniform while on duty shall be paid the actual cost of providing or replacing the uniform.  

S4.8.3. By mutual agreement between the University and the staff member, the University may instead of paying the allowance, provide and where necessary replace the uniform.  

S4.9. Laundry allowance

S4.9.1. A staff member who is employed in the Hospitality stream who is required by the University to wear a uniform while on duty shall be paid a laundry allowance of $11.81 per week, to be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(c).   

S4.9.2. By mutual agreement between the University and the staff member, the University may instead of paying the allowance, provide a laundering service.  

S4.10. Special conditions for staff of NARU, Warramunga Seismic Array and Siding Spring Observatory District

District allowance

S4.10.1 A continuing, continuing (contingent funded) or fixed term staff member who is required to work at one of the facilities specified in the following table and reside in the vicinity of the facility is entitled to a district allowance in accordance with the following table:

Facility Allowance ($ per annum)
  No eligible dependants One or more eligible dependants
Siding Spring Observatory, Coonabarabran  821 1,632
Northern Australia Research Unit, Darwin 2,152 3,954
Warramunga Seismic Array Unit, Tennant Creek 4,863 7,861

S4.10.2. For the purpose of this clause, ‘eligible dependant’ means a dependant or partner who resides with the staff member and whose income is less than the current Minimum Wage, as determined by the Fair Work Commission.

S4.10.3.The district allowance will be indexed in accordance with clause 30.2(b).  

S4.11. Leave fares assistance

A continuing, continuing (contingent funded) or fixed term staff member who is required to work at, and resides in the vicinity of, the facilities specified in the following table is entitled to one leave fare assistance payment per year while on approved paid annual, long service or parental leave, up to the value specified below and subject to the following conditions:

Northern Australia Research Unit, Darwin Leave fare assistance (per annum)
  Resident in the Northern Territory immediately prior to appointment Not resident in the Northern Territory immediately prior to appointment
Per adult and eligible dependant child 11 years and older  Nil Up to the value of the best available Adult Qantas fully flexible return direct economy airfare from Darwin to Adelaide 
Per eligible dependant child under 11 years  Nil Up to the value of the best available child Qantas fully flexible return direct economy airfare from Darwin to Adelaide 
Conditions 1. Payment is up to the value specified above;
2. Entitlement is after 12 months continuous service;
3.Travel can be by alternative methods if receipts are provided as per point 4 and claim is no more than value specified above; and
4. Provision of receipts for travel related expenses for the amount claimed is required. 

S.4.12. Where an eligible staff member declares that they will visit the ANU campus for work-related purposes during their leave, the staff member may be paid an amount equal to a return economy class airfare from the facility to Canberra for themselves and each eligible dependent (as defined in S6.9.2) in lieu of the provision outlined in the above table.

 
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