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Senior executive remuneration

Short‑term benefits3

Post‑employment benefits4

Other long‑term benefits5

Total remuneration

Remuneration bands

Number of senior executives

Average base salary

Average other benefits and allowances

Average superannuation contributions

Average long service leave

Average total remuneration

$0- $220,000

4

95,070

29,418

25,064

-3,775

145,777

$220,001- $245,000

6

134,481

47,497

33,750

7,988

223,716

$245,001- $270,000

5

173,997

41,810

37,520

5,996

259,323

$270,001- $295,000

3

179,273

56,120

41,442

6,611

283,446

$295,001- $320,000

5

188,087

68,068

45,089

7,163

308,407

Notes

1. This table is prepared on an accrual basis. In 2019-20, there was 26 fortnightly pays.

2. This table reports the average total remuneration of senior executives who received remuneration during the reporting period. Officers acting as a senior executive for a period of less than three months during the reporting period have not been included in this table. Senior executives that have been classified as KMP have not been included in this table.

3. The short-term benefits are comprised of:

(a) the average base salary (including paid and accrued annual leave); and

(b) average other benefits and allowances (such as the motor vehicle allowance).

4. The post-employment benefits are the average of OPC’s superannuation contributions, including the productivity component for the reporting period.

5. The other long-term benefits are the average amount of long service leave accrued for the reporting period and the average salary paid while on leave.

There were no other highly paid staff with total remuneration greater than $220,000 during the reporting period.