Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 10 February 2022) . . Page.. 348 ..
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Major Projects Canberra—staffing and qualifications
(Question No 555)
Ms Clay asked the Minister for Transport and City Services, upon notice, on 3 December 2021 (redirected to the Treasurer):
(1) How many positions within Major Projects Canberra are ongoing permanent positions.
(2) How many positions are on temporary contracts and, if they are on temporary contracts, how long are these contracts and are they often renewed.
(3) How many positions within Major Projects Canberra are filled by staff whose primary qualification or expertise is in project management and how many in other technical qualifications such as engineering.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(1) As at 24 November 2021, Major Projects Canberra (MPC) has 159 ongoing permanent positions.
(2) As of 24 November 2021, MPC has 55 employees on temporary contracts ranging from 12 months to five years. MPC’s temporary employee contracts are in line with the project funding or the phase of the project that requires the specific skillset for the successful completion of the work.
§ 16 Executive contracts;
§ nine temporary contracts for up to 12 months;
§ 13 temporary contracts up to three years;
§ 17 temporary contracts up to five years; and
§ To date two contracts have been extended.
(3) As at 24 November 2021, MPC had:
§ 26 employees whose classification was an Infrastructure Manager/Specialist 1 – 3;
§ 78 employees whose classification was an Infrastructure Officer 1 – 5; and
§ 3 Graduates.
All 107 employees have professional qualifications and/or relevant years’ experience in engineering, architecture or project management.
Audrey Fagan Board Directorship Program—staffing and costs
(Question No 556)
Ms Clay asked the Minister for Women, upon notice, on 3 December 2021: