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Salary at Department of Industry, Innovation & Science
- Average rating for Salary, based on 27 reviews8.2 / 10
What are your thoughts on pay and bonuses at your company?
In the graduate programme, the jump from APS3 to APS5 in your second year is really great. It reflects trust in your growing knowledge and experience and of course the extra money doesn't hurt either.
I think my salary is very generous for a graduate who has only been with the organisation for one year.
Because it's APS everyone at each level is paid the same and there are no bonuses. Salary increases with APS increments and is dependent on your EA, but is generally very good compared to grad averages.
the annual $200 Healthy Lifestyle subsidy is excellent.
First of the programme is low pay (APS 3 level) but in the second year you advance to APS 5, which is better than many other departments' grad programmes.
I feel like my pay is quite good for this stage in my career.
The pay is good - advancement to APS5 in the second year of the grad program is better than many other departments.
Pay on par for graduate employment. The additional super is a bonus.
What are your company's best or most unusual perks? For example: free tickets, free dinners, moving expenses, taxis, pension, etc.
A healthy lifestyle subsidy of up to $200 is offered each year. Most fitness-related expenses are eligible for this rebate, including gym memberships, bicycle purchases, sports/fitness equipment, and fitness clothing & footwear.