ADF Permanent Military staff

Table 8.6 DMO Personnel Comparison (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 2009[1]
  APS Navy Army Air Force Total
Permanent APS/AFS 2007-08 5,641 352 409 825 7,227
APS Separations -441 - - - -441
APS Recruitment 533 - - - 533
Military Staffing Variation - -47 1 -4 -50
Variation 122 - - - 122
Total 2008-09 5,763 305 410 821 7,299

Note

  1. Figures are actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 2009. They include full-time and part-time staff but exclude locally engaged civilians overseas.
Table 8.7 DMO APS Personnel and Permanent Military Forces (headcount) by Gender and Employment Rank/Level[1]
  As at 30 June 2008 As at 30 June 2009
  Women % Men % Women % Men %
CEO DMO - - 1 - - - 1 -
SES 6 - 25 - 5 - 28 1
EL 319 16 1,189 23 372 18 1,223 23
Other APS 1,487 76 2,611 50 1,525 75 2,609 50
APS Total 1,812 92 3,827 73 1,902 93 3,861 73
Navy Total 47 2 305 6 34 2 271 5
Army Total 26 1 383 7 26 1 384 7
Air Force Total 80 4 745 14 73 4 748 14
ADF Permanent Force Total[2] 153 8 1,433 27 133 7 1,403 27
Total 1,965 100 5,260 100 2,035 100 5,264 100

Notes

  1. Figures are actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 2009. They include full-time and part-time staff but exclude locally engaged civilians overseas.
  2. Numbers for Permanent Forces include Reservists undertaking full-time service.
Table 8.8 APS Personnel (headcount) by Gender and Category as at 30 June 2009[1]
Category Gender Full-time Part-time Total
Ongoing employees Male 3,792 5 3,797
Female 1,852 13 1,865
Non-ongoing employees Male 64 - 64
Female 37 - 37
Total Male 3,856 5 3,861
Total Female 1,889 13 1,902
Total APS Personnel 5,745 18 5,763

Note

  1. Figures are actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 2009. They include full-time and part-time staff but exclude locally engaged civilians overseas.
Table 8.9 Star Ranked Officers as at 30 June 2009
  Total Star Rank[1] 2008-09 Promotions[2] 2008-09 Separations[3]
  Service Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total
Two Star Navy 6 - 6 - - - - - -
Army 5 - 5 - - - - - -
Air Force 6 - 6 1 - 1 1 - 1
One Star Navy 2 - 2 - - - 3 - 3
Army 1 - 1 - - - 2 - 2
Air Force 3 - 3 1 - 1 - - -
Total 23 - 23 2 - 2 6 - 6

Notes

  1. Officers on acting or higher duties are not included.
  2. Promotions include those officers promoted into DMO.
  3. Separations include posted and terminated officers who have separated from the DMO.
Table 8.10 APS Senior Executive Service (SES) As at 30 June 2009[1][2]
  Total SES 2008-09 Engagements[3] 2008-09 Separations[4]
  Men Women Total Men Women Total Men Women Total
SES (Band 3) 3 - 3 - - - - 1 1
SES (Band 2) 8 1 9 - - - 1 1 2
SES (Band 1) 18 4 22 1 1 2 1 - 1
Total 29 5 34 1 1 2 2 2 4

Notes

  1. Figures in this table show actual staff numbers (headcount) at their substantive level and officers on higher duties pending permanent filling action.
  2. Gains and losses do not reflect movement of officers between levels.
  3. Engagement figures include new engagements, promotions, and transfers from other agencies.
  4. Separation figures include resignations and redundancies, and promotions and transfers to other agencies.
Table 8.11 Distribution of APS and Military Personnel by Employment Location as at 30 June 2009[1][2]
State NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT ACT[3] O/S[4] Total
CEO DMO - - - - - - - 1 - 1
SES - 2 - - - - - 30 1 33
Executive Level 221 369 69 76 48 1 6 769 36 1,595
Other Staff 1,178 1,350 277 143 184 - 29 963 10 4,134
Total APS 1,399 1,721 346 219 232 1 35 1,763 47 5,763
Navy 148 14 14 12 62 - 5 40 10 305
Army 12 215 91 9 - - 2 59 22 410
Air Force 269 125 55 113 1 - - 158 100 821
Total 1,828 2,075 506 353 295 1 42 2,020 179 7,299

Notes

  1. Figures are actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 2009. They include APS, ADF permanent forces and Reservists undertaking Continuous Full Time Service.
  2. APS levels include full-time, part-time, ongoing, and non-ongoing personnel.
  3. ACT includes personnel located at HMAS Creswell.
  4. Overseas figures represent personnel posted for long and short-term duty as at 30 June 2009.
Table 8.12 DMO APS Recruitment 2007-08 and 2008-09[1]
  NSW VIC QLD SA WA TAS NT ACT O/S Total
2007-08
SES - - - - - - - 6 - 6
Executive Level 13 22 7 9 3 - - 47 2 103
Other Staff 141 196 43 14 22 - 7 249 - 672
Total APS 154 218 50 23 25 - 7 302 2 781
2008-09
SES - - - - - - - 1 - 1
Executive Level 11 21 2 5 5 - 1 42 - 87
Other Staff 92 98 28 18 19 - 8 182 - 445
Total APS 103 119 30 23 24 - 9 225 - 533

Note

  1. Figures in the table show actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 09.
Table 8.13 APS Separations 2007-08 and 2008-09[1]
  Voluntary[2] Involuntary[3] Resignation/
Retirement[4]
Transfers[5] Total
2007-08
SES - - 1 3 4
Executive Level - 3 122 21 146
Other Staff 1 28 325 33 387
Total APS 1 31 448 57 537
2008-09
SES - 1 2 1 4
Executive Level 1 5 83 12 101
Other Staff 9 22 286 19 336
Total APS 10 28 371 32 441

Notes

  1. Figures in the table show actual staff numbers (headcount) as at 30 June 2008 and 30 June 09.
  2. Voluntary figures include voluntary redundancies.
  3. ‘Involuntary’ include abandonment (forfeit), breach of conduct, death, invalidity retirement, involuntary redundancies, lack of qualifications, non performance and term probation.
  4. Resignation / Retirement include completion of non-ongoing employment, resignation and retirement.
  5. Transfers include transfers/promotions to other agencies.
  6. Does not include Suspended.
Table 8.14 DMO incident reports, 2005-06 to 2008-09
  2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Required to report to Comcare - - - -
Deaths - 1 1 -
Serious Personal Injury [1] 20 16 8 34
Dangerous Occurrences [2] 31 46 30 56
Incapacity [3] 2 9 5 2
Total Reports to Comcare 53 72 44 92

Notes

  1. Serious Personal Injury is defined as an injury or disease in a person caused by a work-related incident for which the person needs to be given emergency treatment by a registered medical practitioner, treated in hospital as a casualty, without being admitted to hospital.
  2. A dangerous occurrence is a near miss event that could have, but did not result in incapacity, serious personal injury or fatality.
  3. Incapacity in being unable to perform DMO work for 30 or more consecutive days or shifts.

Table 8.15 DMO Investigation by Comcare in DMO 2005-06 to 2008-09
2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-2009
Planned investigation - 1 - -
Targeted investigations - - 1 3
Reactive investigations 2 - - 1
Whole of agency investigations - - - -
Review of previous investigations - - 2 -
Total 2 1 3 4
Table 8.16 Comcare notices issued, 2005-06 to 2008-09
2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Improvement notices - - - -
Prohibition notices - - 2 -
Do Not Disturb notices[1] 1 - - -
Letter of statutory obligation - - - -
Removal or plant or sample - - - -
Total 1 - 2 -

Note

  1. Issued for a specific period of time to remove a threat to the health or safety of personnel.
Table 8.17 Reported unacceptable behaviour complaints 2006 to 2009
  2006-07 2007-08 2008-09
Reported Unacceptable Behaviour Complaints 37 50 46

Table 8.18 Performance Pay 2008-09[1]
Level of Staff Staff
Eligible[2]
Number of
Staff Paid
Amount Paid
$
Average Payment $
APS 1-5 - - - -
APS 6 1 1 13,883[2] 13,883
EL1 6 4 51,698 12,924
EL2 42 33 378,430 11,467
Non-SES AWAs 49 38 444,011 11,685
SES AWAs 11 8 168,566 21,071
Total 60 46 612,577 13,317
Secion 24 Determinations
APS 1-5 - - - -
APS 6 - - - -
EL1 1 - - -
EL2 13 - - -
Non-SES Determinations 14 - - -
SES Determinations 2 - - -
Total 16 - - -

Notes

  1. Staff Eligibility is the total number of staff on performance pay who are entitled to performance pay.
  2. APS 6 includes a $4,000 payment for CPENG status.
Table 8.19 Non-Operational Training 2008-09[1]
Type of Training Total Student Days Number of Students
Leadership Programs
Leadership Coaching & Development Centres[2] 230 195
Catalyst 325 65
Gateway 620 124
(a) Sub-Total Leadership 1175 384
Practitioner Courses
Business Acumen[3] 957 319
Writing for Results[4] 213 213
Diploma of Project Management[5] 385 77
Fundamentals of Project Management[5] 484 242
DMO Scheduling 322 161
Open Plan Professional 246 82
Open Plan Professional Advanced 52 26
Work Breakdown Structure 107 107
Whole of Life Costing 198 66
Earned Value Management - Introduction 68 68
Materiel Logistics Introduction Course[6] 392 196
Materiel Logistics Practitioners Course[6] 135 27
Graduate Certificate in Project Management 490 49
Graduate Certificate in Value Chain Management[6] 130 13
Graduate Certificate in Engineering Management[6] 240 24
Graduate Certificate in Accounting and Financial Management 120 24
Contract Risk Training (Module 1) 276 138
Contract Risk Training (Module 2) 140 140
Contract Risk Training (Module 3) 115 115
Contract Risk Training (Module 4) 220 110
ASDEFCON Complex Volume 1 143 143
ASDEFCON Support 360 90
Advanced Negotiating Skills 555 185
Foreign Military Sales 575 115
Quality and Environment Management System - Administration 26 13
Quality and Environment Management System - Introduction 3.5 7
QEMS Business Unit Administrator 26 13
QMS and QEMS Introduction 12.5 25
Materiel Financial Management Overview 396 198
Materiel Financial Management Overview - Recall 94 188
Materiel Financial Management Practitioners 390 78
Sub-Total Practitioners Course 10,221 4,020
DMO Foundations 307 307
EVM Reviewers 30 10
(b) Practitioner Courses Total 10,558 4,337
(a + b) Grand Total 11,733 4,721

Notes

  1. The data represents courses run over fiscal year and by individual modules.
  2. DMO specific leadership programs are Catalyst - targeted at EL 1-2/Military (E) staff, and Gateway -targeted at APS 5-6/Military (E) staff. The programs are delivered by Mt Eliza School for Executive Education and are linked to the Employee Performance Agreement (EPA). All leadership programs have pre-requisite development centres and are aligned with the DMO Leadership Capability Framework.
  3. Business Acumen for Leaders targeted at EL1-2/Military (E) and Business Acumen for Practitioners targeted at APS 5-6/Military (E) and are linked to the Employee Performance Agreement (EPA).
  4. Writing for Results for Managers targeted at EL 1-2/Military (E) and Writing for Results for Practitioners targeted at APS 5-6/Military (E).
  5. The professional education framework for project management is aligned to the ACAT and Certified Practicing Project Manager (CPPM) frameworks.
  6. The professional education solution for logistics is based on two separate streams with a total education initiative for each stream from Diploma to a Masters Level, the streams are Acquisition Logistics Engineering stream and In-Service or Supply Chain logistics steam.