NSW Local Government
Salaries + Benefits
Effectively managing salary budgets, maintaining salary systems and making good individual salary decisions relies on having access to robust market data.
We’re also very pleased to be launching a contemporary job evaluation methodology, designed exclusively designed for the local government industry in NSW. Find out more below and contact us to organise a demonstration.
NSW Local Government Database Overview
Mastertek’s NSW Local Government Remuneration Survey includes coverage of over 180 roles across more than 20 job families. Detailed information on all survey positions is provided to enable participants to make decisions confidently and with due diligence.
- Children’s Services
- Community Services
- Corporate Planning, Governance & Legal
- Corporate Services
- Customer Services
- Development Assessment
- Environmental Services
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Property & Facilities
- Regulatory & Compliance
- Waste, Water & Sewerage
The most comprehensive reporting available.
Subscribers to the Mastertek Local Government Remuneration and Benefits Database have unparalleled access to the most detailed source of salary and benefits data available to the industry.
Find out more about the available reporting options below and contact us today to get access.
On demand reporting access is provided via our REMconnect platform, enabling subscribers to run bespoke reports as and when you need them.
- Detailed role-by-role reports setting out all elements of remuneration
- Job summary reports providing a quick and easy view of base salary and package-level trends
- Ageing reports enabling you to project data to specific points in time
By subscribing to our REMview reporting module, Councils access ready-made market benchmarking and comparative analysis. The REMview module offers an intuitive suite of filters enabling users to take a deep dive into your data and the click of a mouse.
From 2018 we’ll publish bi-annual market movement reports highlighting trends in salary movements and looking at trends for roles and job families that may be in particular demand.