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Annual Report 2010-2011 Northern Territory Electoral Commission



Annual Report 2010-2011 Northern Territory Electoral Commission

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25 5 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Objective Staff, infrastructure and business systems that meet governance and operational requirements. 5.1 The organisation The NTEC has a small complement of full and part-time staff and has access to specialized support and input from other NT government agencies, namely: Financial matters Treasury ITC, payroll, procurement, property, recruitment matters the Department of Business and Employment (DBE) Human resource issues - the Office of the Commissioner for Public Employment (OCPE). Table 11: NTEC staffing profile as at 30 June 2010 and 2011 Designation Number of Staff (Including Contract) 30 June 2010 30 June 2011 Executive Contract Officer 3 1 1 Executive Officer 1 (2010)/ Sr Administrative Officer 2 (2011) 1 1 Administrative Officer 8 (2010)/ Sr Administrative Officer 1 (2011) 3 3 Administrative Officer 7 0 0 Administrative Officer 6 3 5 Administrative Officer 5 0 1 Administrative Officer 4 0 0 Administrative Officer 3 1 1 Administrative Officer 2 2 1.5 Administrative Officer 1 0 0 TOTAL 11FTE 13.5FTE A staffing cap of 11 positions is in place, imposed by the government. The NTEC regularly exceeds that cap from time to time due to fluctuations generated by event management requirements. Permanent recruitment took place for five vacant positions - one manager public awareness position operating from the Darwin office and two electoral officer positions in both the Darwin and Alice Springs offices. The Commission is monitoring the effectiveness of the organisation structure which may need to be revisited to cater for the increasing operational workload of the agency in respect to the local government sector. Darwin office At the end of the reporting period the NTEC office in Darwin had seven permanent staff. It also funded the CEO (longer term contract), one contract officer, one supernumerary in the public awareness and education area and one business support officer.

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